, commonly known as Ramonda serbica Serbian phoenix flower, is a species in the Gesneriaceae family. It is one of the few European representatives of this falmily, found in Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, Republic of Macedonia and Serbia. The flower was discovered by Serbian botanist Josif Pančić in 1874 near Niš. It is known for its ability to be revived when watered, even when fully dehydrated. [1 ]
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Markova, M. 1995. Ramonda. - In: Kozhuharov, S. Flora of People's Republic of Bulgaria. Vol. 10. Pp. 288-289. Bulgarian Academy of Sciences Publishing House, Sofia. (In Bulgarian)
Petrova, A. & Vladimirov, V. 2010. Balkan endemics in the Bulgarian flora. - Phytologia Balcanica 16(2): 293-311.