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- NOTAS SOBRE EL GÃ‰NERO HABENARIA (ORCHIDACEAE) EN MÃ‰XICO. García-Cruz, Javier; Jiménez Machorro, Rolando; Sánchez Saldaña, Luis; Espejo Serna, Adolfo; López-Ferrari, Ana Rosa // Acta Botanica Mexicana;2000, Issue 50, p27
Orchis entomantha Lex. (= Habenaria entomantha (Lex.) Lindl.) is neotypified, H. acutiflora A. Rich. & Galeotti is lectotypified and considered as synonym of H. entomantha. Habenaria rosulifolia Espejo & LÃ³pez-Ferrari and H. gonzaleztamayoi GarcÃa-Cruz, R. JimÃ©nez & L. SÃ¡nchez, both...
- Does Habenaria panchganiensis Santapau & Kapadia (Orchidaceae) Exist? Jalal, Jeewan Singh; Jayanthi, J. // Taiwania;Dec2013, Vol. 58 Issue 4, p316
Habenaria panchganiensis Santapau & Kapadia is treated as conspecific to Habenaria suaveolens Dalzell. Detailed description, habitat, distribution, threats, status, illustration and photographs are provided.
- HABENARIA NICOBARICA (ORCHIDACEAE), A NEW SPECIES FROM ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR ISLANDS, INDIA. MURUGAN, C.; ALAPPATT, JOJU P.; PRABHU, S.; ARISDASON, W. // Bangladesh Journal of Plant Taxonomy;Jun2014, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p77
A new species of terrestrial orchid Habenaria nicobarica Murugan, Alappatt, Prabhu & Arisdason sp. nov. is described from South Nicobar Islands. Key to species of Habenaria in Andaman and Nicobar Islands, illustration and photograph of the new species are also provided.
- Habenaria barbata Wight ex Hook.f.- a new record for Central India. Dash, P. K.; Kumar, P. // ZOOs' Print;Jul2013, Vol. 28 Issue 7, p21
Habenaria barbata Wight ex Hook.f. (Orchidaceae) was rediscovered from Krishnamali hills of Karlapat Wildlife Sanctuary, part of the Easter n Ghats, Odisha, India growing at an altitude of 1000 m asl. After critical review of the published literature on its distribution, it was found to be a new...
- Orchid strategies for success. // Garden;Apr2011, Vol. 136 Issue 4, p220
The article discusses the findings of a study conducted by a team of scientists led by Imperial College London about the strategies of different orchid species which help make their family among the most successful of plant families.
- Phylogeny of Bonatea (Orchidaceae: Habenariinae) based on molecular and morphological data. Ponsie, M. E.; Mitchell, A.; Edwards, T. J.; Johnson, S. D. // Plant Systematics & Evolution;Feb2007, Vol. 263 Issue 3/4, p253
The genus Bonatea is widely distributed throughout southern and eastern Africa. Considerable debate surrounds the generic status of Bonatea, but there have been neither previous studies of evolutionary relationships among Bonatea species, nor any tests of the monophyly of the genus in relation...
- POLLINATION BIOLOGY OF HABENARIA PARVIFLORA (ORCHIDACEAE: HABENARIINAE) IN SOUTHEASTERN BRAZIL. Singer, Rodrigo B. // Darwiniana;2001, Vol. 39 Issue 3/4, p201
The pollination biology of Habenaria parviflora (Orchidaceae: Habenariinae) was studied in Picinguaba, SÃ£o Paulo State, southeastern Brazil in order to broaden our knowledge on the pollination biology and functional morphology of this terrestrial orchid genus. Plants are self-compatible but...
- INORGANIC STATUS OF TUBERS OF HABENARIA LONGICORNICULATA J.GRAHAM. DANGAT, BHAURAV T.; GURAV, RAJARAM V. // Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical & Clinical Research;2014 Supplement 2, Vol. 7, p172
Habenaria longicorniculata J.Graham is distributed throughout Western Ghats of peninsular India and Srilanka. Tubers of this terrestrial orchid are used as folk remedy and also eaten by some local tribes. Hence an attempt is done to evaluate mineral composition of this orchid. Mineral analysis...
- Habenaria drepanodes (Orchidaceae), an Overlooked Orchid Species from the Solomon Islands. Kolanowska, Marta; Nowak, Sławomir; Szlachetko, Dariusz L. // Annales Botanici Fennici;Dec2015, Vol. 52 Issue 5/6, p328
A new species from Solomon Islands, Habenaria drepanodes Renz ex Kolan., S. Nowak & Szlach. is described and illustrated. The name was proposed by Jany Renz, but it was was never published by him. The taxonomic affinities of the new taxon are discussed.