Anemochory refers to dispersal of diaspores
by wind. Plants adapted to anemochory often have diaspores
with long hairs
(e. g. in Salix
– Willow), wing-like structures (e. g. in Acer
– Maple) or which are very small (e. g. in Epipactis
– Helleborine and many other Orchidaceae – Orchids).