Haberlea rhodopensis, also known as Orpheus flower, resurrecting flower, and Rhodope Silivryak, is a rare ancient relic flower, endemic to the mountain tops of Bulgaria. There are approximately 20 areas in Bulgaria where Haberlea rhodopensis grows in nature. It can be found at various altitudes up to almost 2000 meters above sea level. Most locations are found in the Rhodope Mountains of Bulgaria and the southern slopes of Northern Greece but smaller populations are also found in Stara Planina region of Bulgaria. The extent of occurrence is estimated to be smaller than 20,000 km². Although rare and protected, the overall population trend is stable, and the habitat is not threatened.
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