The Broomrapes are devoid of chlorophyll and parasitize the roots of other plants. Most grow on only on one species.
Orobanche aegyptiaca
Photograph, description, distribution, ecology and economic significance of Egyptian broomrape.
Orobanche alba
Description of Thyme Broomrape and several photographs of the plant.
Orobanche cumana
Photograph, description, distribution, ecology and economic significance of the Sunflower Broomrape.
Orobanche foetida
Photograph of common vetch infected by this obligate parasite.
Orobanche lavandulacea
Photograph of this species found growing in Crete.
Orobanche pubescens
Photographs of this species and information on identification.
Orobanche ramosa
Photograph of the Branched Broomrape.
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