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Two New Additions to the Orchid Flora of Mizoram, India

Abstract

Acanthephippium striatum Lindl. and Phreatia elegans Lindl. are reported for the first time from Mizoram. Detailed morphological description along with photograph, information on habitat, phenology and distribution is provided.

Keywords

Distribution, NE India, New record, Orchidaceae, Taxonomy

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