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Gastrodia sui sp. nov. (Orchidaceae) from Taiwan
A new orchid species, Gastrodia sui C. S. Leou, T. C. Hsu & C. L. Yeh is described and illustrated from Taiwan. The new species is closely related to G. callosa J. J. Sm. but distinguishable by the
A new species of Zingiber (Zingiberaceae) from Taiwan, China, based on morphological and molecular data
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Combining the morphological characters and molecular analysis, it is confirmed that Z. shuanglongensis is a new species of Zingiber.
A New Species of Tropidia (Orchidaceae) from Southern Taiwan
A new species of Tropidia Lindl. (Orchidaceae), T. angustifolia C. L. Yeh et C. S. Leou, from Mt. Lilung, southern Taiwan is described and illustrated. The main difference between this species and
Bredia quadrangularis Cogn. (Melastomataceae), a Newly Recorded Plant in Taiwan
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Morphological characters are described and illustrated from fresh material, and its habitat, flowering and fruiting seasons, and a key to the species are given.
An Observation on the Corymborkis veratrifolia (Reinw.) Bl. (Orchidaceae) from Lanyu, Taiwan
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The size of this plant found in Lanyu is the smallest C. veratrifolia being recorded in the world.
Hetaeria Oblongifolia (Bl.) Bl. (Orchidaceae), a Newly Recorded Orchid in Taiwan
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Hetaeria, comprising about 20 species, is a genus in the Orchidaceae and one additional species, namely Hetaeria ob1ongfolia (Bl.) Bl.
Supplements to the Orchid Flora of Taiwan (III): A Newly Recorded Species, Peristylus gracilis
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This species is characterized by leaves presented at the upper part of the stem, the laxly arranged small flowers, and by the cylindrical spur that is much longer than the sepals.
Erythrodes triantherae C. L. Yeh et C. S. Leou (Orchidaceae), a New Species Bearing 1-3 Anthers
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A new species of Erythrodes Blume (Orchidaceae) from Lanyu of Taiwan, characterized by the column which is adorned with 1-3 anthers, i.e. additional 2 or 1 stamens often present on the ventral side of column and in the lip which is much shorter.
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