Two new orchids from Orissa
Blumea: Biodiversity, Evolution and Biogeography of Plants , Volume 27 - Issue 1 p. 213- 216
Haines (1924), Fischer (1928), Mooney (1950), Panigrahi et al (1964), and other workers’ from their studies on the vegetation and flora of Orissa recorded 25 genera and 54 species belonging to the family Orchidaceae. Exhaustive collections made by me since 1968 have yielded a wealth of varieties of forms of orchids, which I have identified with 100 taxa (excluding certain novelties) belonging to 31 genera. I describe here one new species and a variety of the genus Habenaria Willd. Both the taxa resemble in general Habenaria foliosa A. Rich., but differ from it by a number of diagnostic characters.
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Misra, Sarat. (1981). Two new orchids from Orissa. Blumea: Biodiversity, Evolution and Biogeography of Plants, 27(1), 213–216.