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Icones Orchidacearum, Fascicle 19(2) The Genus Epidendrum, Part 15: Species New & Old in Epidendrum

Flora / Fauna
Series: Icones Orchidacearum Volume: 19/2
By: Eric Hágsater(Editor), Elizabeth Santiago(Editor)
36 pages, 13 plates with colour photos and b/w line drawings; colour photos, b/w line drawings; colour photos, b/w distribution maps
Publisher: Herbario Amo
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Language: English

This short issue of only thirteen species is published soon after the previous part to correct several problems with mistakes in previous numbers and present new discoveries which are appearing constantly, especially in the Andes.

Six species are new to science and are mostly from Ecuador and one each from Colombia and Venezuela. Two species from Ecuador are shared by Colombia and Peru. The editors also include a couple of old species which we have never illustrated in full colour.

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Flora / Fauna
Series: Icones Orchidacearum Volume: 19/2
By: Eric Hágsater(Editor), Elizabeth Santiago(Editor)
36 pages, 13 plates with colour photos and b/w line drawings; colour photos, b/w line drawings; colour photos, b/w distribution maps
Publisher: Herbario Amo
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