Acis fabrei (Quézel & Girerd) Lledó, A.P.Davis & M.B.Crespo, syn. Leucojum fabrei, is a dwarf plant that produces only one flower per stem. It is rare and endemic to the Vaucluse area of Provence, France. It is similar to Acis nicaeensis but smaller and the latter has more than one flower per stem. Photos taken by Hans Joschko.
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