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A new species of Dendrobium has been discovered in a collection from Kon Ka Kinh, Vietnam. Its habit was similar to Dendrobium fuerstenbergianum, however upon blooming those plants proved to be a very different species, related to Dendrobium wattii Rchb.f. We therefore decided to describe Dendrobium vocongii sp. nov. Schettler & Pham as a new species. The name honors its discovered, Mr. Vo Van Cong of Kontum.
A new forma of Paphiopedilum micranthum has been discovered in the collection of Mr. Ngo Trung Kien, in Thai Nguyen... A colorform of Paphiopedilum argus from Philippines with many black warts, crowded and often confl uent, which covering the greater portion of the petals, is classified as Paph. argus forma nigricans.
More than 3000 numbers of orchid specimens collected during the last nearly twenty years were studied. The orchid flora of Vietnam includes 155 (100%) genera and 1005 (100%) species.
The unusual plant described here was discovered in 2010 during botanical investigations conducted by international team of botanists under leadership of Nong Van Duy, Vice Director of the Tay Nguyen Institute for Scientific Research, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology in the northeastern part of Tay Nguyen Plateau (Central Highlands) of southern Vietnam.
Dendrobium thinhii (D. sect. Breviflores), Sarcoglyphis tichii, Taeniophyllum phitamii (T. subgen. Codonosepalum Schltr.) and Trichoglottis canhii are described and illustrated as species new to science.
Both species are local endemics of the Bidoup mountain system belonging to the South Annamese floristic province of the Indochinese floristic region within Lam Dong and Khanh Hoa provinces of southern Vietnam.
Alphabetical list of standard abbreviations of all generic names (Royal Horicultural Society, December 2007).
The paper includes new original data on orchid diversity in Vietnam obtained in the field studies mostly during years 2014–2016... It provides new original data about the discovery of 1 genus (Grammatophyllum Blume) and 29 orchid species new for the flora of Vietnam.
Two monotypic sections (Gastrochilopsis, Pterogyne) and three species (Cleisostoma lecongkietii, C. phitamii, C. tricornutum) are described as new for science, two species (C. subulatum, C. linearilobatum) are reported on the base of voucher specimens as a new record for the flora of Vietnam.
This review of the genus Miguelia Aver. includes a brief characterization of the genus, a key for species identification, appropriate taxonomic citation and synonyms for each species, and notes on ecology, phenology and distribution. M. cruenta, discovered in southern Vietnam, is described and illustrated as a new species.
During a floristic exploration trip to Hon Ba Natural Reserve in Khanh Hoa province of Vietnam, an interesting species of Dendrobium [family-Orchidaceae] was encountered. After a thorough scrutiny of available literature, it was found to be new record for Vietnam... identified as Dendrobium multilineatum Kerr.
Hymenorchis phitamii – new species for science discovered in southern Vietnam... The first record of the genus Hymenorchis in mainland Asia represents new remarkable addition to the orchid flora of Vietnam, as well as floras of Indochina and mainland Asia.
Paper presents descriptions of 1 new genus (Theana), 4 new species (Theana vietnamica, Bulbophyllum salmoneum, Sarcoglyphis brevilabia, Schoenorchis scolopendria), 1 new variety (Dendrobium thyrsiflorum var. minutiflorum) and provides data on 21 species of orchids newly recorded in the flora of Vietnam.
Bulbophyllum cauliflorum, Bulb. dissitiflorum, Bulb. depressum, Bulb. leopardinum, Bulb. nematocaulon, Bulb. pectinatum, Bulb. trichocephalum, Cleisomeria pilosulum, Dendrobium jenkinsii, Den. lagarum, Den. monticola, Den. strongylanthum, Eria affinis, Eulophia chaunanthe, Liparis resupinata, Peristylus laceriferus, Thrixspermum acuminatissimum and Uncifera lancifolia were discovered in Vietnam during 2006-2009 at first for the Vietnamese orchid flora. Geographical position of all discovered localities and illustrations for these species are presented.
Taxonomical treatment of tribes Arethuseae and Malaxideae of the largest subfamily, Epidendroideae, with 17 genera and 166 species, as well as some recent discoveries attributed to genera reviewed in previous issues of the monograph.
New localities of 178 orchid species (Orchidaceae), which belong to 72 genera, are reported in the paper. All discoveries are mainly based on harberium materials collected on the territory of Vietnam during field works of 2004-2006 years...
The paper summarizes all hitherto reported data on the orchids of Vietnam and provides brief information on valid names, distribution (inside and outside the country), living forms, ecology, frequency and conservation status of the species.