A re-collection of Diplocentrum recurvum lindl. (Orchidaceae) after a lapse of 100 years or more from Andhra Pradesh, India

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Mitta Mahendranath
Kummara  Madhava Chetty
Kothareddy Prasad

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Diplocentrumrecurvum Lindl. (Orchidaceae) has been recollected from the Horsley hills of Chittoor districts from Andhra Pradesh after a lapse of 100 years or more. The present paper provides a detailed description, photographs of old herbarium specimens and distribution of the species.

 

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Mahendranath, M., Chetty, K.M. and Prasad, K. 2015. A re-collection of Diplocentrum recurvum lindl. (Orchidaceae) after a lapse of 100 years or more from Andhra Pradesh, India. Journal of Threatened Taxa. 7, 10 (Aug. 2015), 7712–7715. DOI:https://doi.org/10.11609/JoTT.o4172.7712-5.
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