A Linnaeus NG interactive key to the species of Glomera (Orchidaceae, Coelogyninae) from Southeast Asia

@article{Wati2018ALN,
  title={A Linnaeus NG interactive key to the species of Glomera (Orchidaceae, Coelogyninae) from Southeast Asia},
  author={Richa Kusuma Wati and Rogier R. van Vugt and Barbara Gravendeel},
  journal={PhytoKeys},
  year={2018},
  pages={9 - 22}
}
Abstract We present a multilingual interactive key available online (http://glomera.linnaeus.naturalis.nl) that can be used on any web browser without the need for installing additional software. The key includes 169 species of Glomera, a genus within the necklace orchids (Coelogyninae) not yet comprehensively treated in any recent field guide or web-based survey. With this key, plants can be identified using a combination of vegetative and floristic characters in addition to distribution and… 
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