Pančić & Petrovič
Ramonda nathaliae, also known as Natalie's Ramonda, is a species of flowering plant in the genus Ramonda that grows in Serbia[where?] and Macedonia, mostly in the east of both countries. The flower is considered a symbol of the Serbian Army's struggle during World War I. The plant was scientifically described in 1884 from specimens growing around Niš, by Sava Petrović and Josif Pančić, who named it after Queen Natalija Obrenović.
- The Plant List: A Working List of All Plant Species, retrieved 3 October 2015
- President honors Serbian WW1 soldiers in Greece: In commemoration of Armistice Day, President Tomislav Nikolić paid homage to fallen Serbian soldiers at the Greek island of Vido.
- Blečić, Petar (11 December 2015). "Kap vode ih vraća u život". Blic.rs (in Serbian). Retrieved 11 November 2016.
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