HEXALECTRIS WARNOCKII (ORCHIDACEAE): PRIMER REGISTRO PARA MEXICO
- Hidden Assets. Cooke, John // Natural History;Oct84, Vol. 93 Issue 10, p74
Discusses two species of exotic Australian orchids that grow and bloom underground. Strange and unique flora of Australia; Orchid habitats.
- LIPARIS VOLCANICA (ORCHIDACEAE), UNA ESPECIE NUEVA DEL OCCIDENTE DE MEXICO. Tamayo, Roberto Gonzalez; Zamudio, Sergio // Acta Botanica Mexicana;1993, Issue 23, p59
Liparis volcanica from Nayarit, Jalisco and Michoacan states, is proposed as a new species. It is compared with Liparis greenwoodiana Espejo, its most close ally. The most important differences between these taxa are found in the form of the lip.
- High Flying Combo. // GMPRO - Greenhouse Management & Production;Aug2009, Vol. 29 Issue 8, p8
The article discusses the combination of plants in one container put together by Green Fuse Botanicals which includes the Acrobat Orchid. the Gumdrop Cherry Blossom and the Avalanche Rose. The Acrobat snapdragon reportedly possess the trailing habit, the gumdrop begonias can be easily produced...
- Botanical dream: Laos. PASCOE, MICHAEL // Landscape Trades;Nov/Dec2011, Vol. 33 Issue 9, p24
The article focuses on Pha Tad Ke botanical garden, the first garden established in Laos across the Mekong River in Luang Prabang. It states that Laos is one of the poorest Southeast Asian countries, not only economically but also botanically. It mentions that Laotians are closely connected with...
- UNA CURIOSA MALAXIS (ORCHIDACEAE) DEL OCCIDENTE DE MEXICO. Gonzalez-Tamayo, Roberto // Acta Botanica Mexicana;1994, Issue 29, p93
Malaxis ramirezii is proposed as a new species to science and is compared to M. martinezii R. GonzÃ¡lez, from which it is distinguished by its oblong-elliptic (not suborbicular ovate) lateral sepals, acute (not obtuse, truncate or emarginate) petals, and more developed uncinate lateral lobes...
- The Unsolved Mystery of a Cypripedium. Sampson, David // Plantsman: New Series;Sep2004, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p151
Focuses on the cultivation of Cypripedium macranthos, a slipper orchids. Ability of the plant to self-propagate; Description and characteristic of the seedlings of Cypridedium; Mystery on the self-propagation of the plant.
- Beautiful Gamblers of the Biosphere. Ayensu, Edward S. // Natural History;Oct1974, Vol. 83 Issue 8, p36
Discusses how the orchid species have evolved a technique for finding their special places on earth. History of orchids; Origins and dispersal over the globe; Orchid seeds; Role of birds as dispersal agents; Overview of the global distribution of orchids; How the orchid family evolved its...
- Cuatro especies nuevas de Telipogon (Orchidaceae) de los bosques montanos de Bolivia. Jiménez Pérez, Iván // Brittonia;Sep2012, Vol. 64 Issue 3, p296
Four new species of Telipogon are described and illustrated: T. cotapatensis, T. juan-torrezii, T. oliganthus and T. pubescens. All were collected from the montane forest of Cotapata National Park, Nor Yungas Province, Department of La Paz, Bolivia.
- Microbiota of the Orchid Rhizoplane. Tsavkelova, E. A.; Cherdyntseva, T. A.; Lobakova, E. S.; Kolomeitseva, G. L.; Netrusov, A. I. // Microbiology (00262617);Jul2001, Vol. 70 Issue 4, p492
Six bacterial strains isolated from the underground roots of the terrestrial orchid Calanthe vestitavar. rubro-oculatawere found to belong to the genera Arthrobacter, Bacillus, Mycobacterium, and Pseudomonas.Strains isolated from the aerial roots of the epiphytic orchid Dendrobium moschatumwere...