Title: Malesian Orchid Journal, a Bi-annual Journal...
Publisher: Natural History Publications
Publication Date: 2009
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Fine
125 pp., illustrations, bibliography. Contents: Editorial Slipper orchids of Mount Kinabalu by Phillip Cribb and Jeffrey J. Wood A new species of Dendrobium (section Calcarifera) from Borneo by Jeffrey J. WOod Dendrobium amboinense Hook. (sect. Fugacia): A long-lost species rediscovered by Heinz Wurster, Roland Schettler and Jeffrey J. WOod A revision of Diplocaulobium in Sulawei by Peter O'Byrne and Jaap J. Vermeulen The rare plants and orchid conservatory at the Rimba Ilmu Botanical Garden, Malaysia's first university botanical garden by M. Sugumaran and Y. W. Low New species of Calanthe from the Malay Archipelago by Phillip Cribb Chrysoglossum ornatum Blume: A new record for Borneo by Anthony Lamb Pennilabium armanii: A new species from Peninsular Malaysia by Peter O'Byrne, S. N. Phoon and P. T. Ong Dendrobium jiewhoei: an enigmatic member of Section Calcarifera from Borneo by Jeffrey J. Wood 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # B004A2USD8NHPB051712
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