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An interesting orchid, Eulophia pulchra (Thouars) Lindl., was collected from the Siruvani Hills, Coimbatore District, Tamilnadu, India. A short description and photographs taken in the field are provided for easy identification. The species was recollected after a lapse of 40 years from Tamil Nadu. The present article also reports the extended distributional range of this interesting orchid.
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