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Extended Distribution of Eulophia mackinnonii (Orchidaceae), in Eastern India


Eulophia mackinnonii Duthie, an Indian endemic orchid extends its range from the north and central India to the east, in the Similipal forest of Odisha. The detailed description, morphological analysis of this uncommon species is provided here along with an illustration and a digital photograph.


Eulophia mackinnonii Duthie, Eastern India, Similipal Forest, Endemic.



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