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Orchids of Sumatra

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By: Jim B Comber(Author)
1026 pages, 664 colour photos, 70 b/w line drawings
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Sumatra is the largest island which is wholly owned by Indonesia, and is about three times the size of Java. So far 139 genera and 1118 species are known to occur on Sumatra and its surrounding, smaller islands, although some are only known from the original collection and distribution. Many (664) photographs have been included and botanical descriptions are as complete as possible and supplemented by 70 line drawings. Orchids of Sumatra was written after the author’s retirement in 1991 and is the result of extensive research at Kew and a two month survey of orchids found in the Gunung Leuser National Park in North Sumatra.

Contents

Preface ix
Introduction 1
The Land 1
The People 3
History 4
The Orchids 4
The Botanists 5

Artificial Key to the Genera in Sumatra 7
1. Apostasia 19
2. Neuwiedia 22
3. Paphiopedilum 25
4. Corymborkis 37
5. Tropidia 38
6. Anoectochilus 41
7. Cystorchis 46
8. Erythrodes 49
9. Goodyera 52
10. Herpysma 61
11. Hetaeria 62
12. Hylophila 65
13. Kuhlhasseltia 68
14. Lepidogyne 68
15. Ludisia 70
16. Orchipedum 71
17. Macodes 71
18. Myrmechis 73
19. Pristiglottis 74
20. Vrydagzynea 78
21. Zeuxine 82
22. Spiranthes 85
23. Cryptostylis 86
24. Corybas 89
25. Plantanthera 98
26. Habenaria 100
27. Peristylus 105
28. Didymoplexiella 111
29. Didymplexis 112
30. Gastrodia 114
31. Epipogium 116
32. Stereosandra 118
33. Aphyllorchis 118
34. Nervilia 121
35. Cyrtosia 126
36. Erythrorchis 127
37. Galeola 128
38. Vanilla 130
39. Lecanorchis 133
40. Hippeophyllum 134
41. Liparis 136
42. Malaxis 170
43. Oberonia 185
44. Bromhedia 204
45. Dipodium 207
46. Eulophia 211
47. Geodorum 217
48. Thecostele 218
49. Chrysoglossum 220
50. Claderia 222
51. Collabium 224
52. Cymbidium 226
53. Diglyphosa 240
54. Grammatophyllum 242
55. Porphyroglottis 245
56. Acriopsis 246
57. Acanthephippium 248
58. Ania 252
59. Calanthe 253
60. Cephalantherospsis 276
61. Mischobulbum 277
62. Nephelaphyllum 278
63. Pachystoma 280
64. Phaius 282
65. Plocoglottis 289
66. Spathoglottis 294
67. Tainia 297
68. Arundina 301
69. Dilochia 303
70. Agrostophyllum 306
71. Glonera 317
72. Polystachya 317
73. Chelonistele 319
74. Coelogyne 320
75. Dendrochillum 355
76. Gynoglottis 416
77. Pholidota 418
78. Ascidieria 429
79. Ceratostylis 431
80. Eria 445
81. Sarcostoma 512
82. Trichotosia 513
83. Appendicula 524
84. Poaephyllum 549
85. Podochilus 550
86. Octarrhena 563
87. Phreatia 565
88. Thelasis 574
89. Dendrobium 580
90. Diplocaulobium 672
91. Epigeneium 673
92. Flickingeria 682
93. Bulbophyllum 696
94. Ascochilopsis 817
95. Chroniochilus 817
96. Grosourdya 819
97. Malleola 820
98. Omoea 823
99. Pennilabium 825
100. Saccolabium 826
101. Tuberolabium 829
102. Ascocentrum 830
103. Biermannia 832
104. Cryptochilus 833
105. Gastrochilus 835
106. Luisia 837
107. Aerides 843
108. Ascochilus 844
109. Brachypeza 846
110. Kingidium 848
111. Macropodanthus 850
112. Papilionanthe 851
113. Phalaenopsis 853
114. Pteroceras 862
115. Rhynchostylis 870
116. Robiquetia 872
117. Trudelia 873
118. Vanda 875
119. Cleisostoma 880
120. Micropera 897
121. Ornithochilus 901
122. Pelantantheria 903
123. Pomatocalpa 903
124. Porphyrodesme 908
125. Renanthera 909
126. Sarcoglyphis 913
127. Schoenorchis 914
128. Staurochilus 920
129. Saccolabiopsis 921
130. Trichoglottis 922
131. Arachnis 934
132. Armodorum 935
133. Bogoria 938
134. Cordiglottis 938
135. Doritis 939
136. Thrixspermum 941
137. Adenoncos 971
138. Microsaccus 976
139. Taeniophyllum 979

Appendix I 988
Acknowledgements 989
Bibliography 991
Index 995

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