Apostasia wallichii R.Brown

in Wallich, Pl. As. Rar. 1: 75, T. 84 (1830).

Synonymes

Apostasia alba Rolfe in Orch. Rev. 4: 329 (1896).

Apostasia curvata J.J.Smith in Mitt. Inst. Allg. Bot. Hamb. 7: 11 (1927).

Apostasia gracilis Rolfe in Journ. Linn. Soc. Bot. 25: 242 (1889).

Apostasia lucida Blume in Siebe, Anat. Bau. Apost. 16 (1903).

Apostasia papuana Schltr. in K. Schum. & Lauterb., Nachtr.: 72 (1905).

Apostasia stylidioides (F.Muell.) Rchb.f. in Flora. 55: 278 (1872).

Apostasia wallichii subsp. nipponica (Masam.) Masam. in J. Geobot. 11(4): 129 (1963).

Mesodactylis deflexa Wallich in R. Brown, Wall., Pl. Asiat. Rarior. 1(4): 74 (1829).

Mesodactylis wallichii (R.Brown) Endlicher in Gen. Pl. 221 (1837).

Niemeyera stylidioides F.Muell. in Fragm. 6. 96 (1867).

Répartition

Andaman et Nicobar, Australie, Bhoutan, Birmanie, Borneo, Ceylan, Inde, Java, Laos, Malaisie, Nouvelle Guinée, Philippines, Sikkim, Thaïlande.

Borneo : Brunei, Sabah, Sarawak.

Chine : Hainan, Yunnan.

Inde : Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura.

Laos : Borikhan, Champasak, Louangphabang, Xaignabouli.

Philippines : Bukidnon, Camarines Norte , Camarines Sur, Mindoro Occidental, Mindoro Oriental, Palawan.

Floraison : JFMAMJJA___D. Altitude de 200 à 1700 m.

Description sommaire

Plante terrestre. Taille de 30 à 60 cm. Bractées lancéolées. Fleurs de 5 à 40, jaunes. Sépale dorsal lancéolé, linéaire, de 4-6 × 1-2 mm. Sépales latéraux lancéolés, linéaires, de 4-6 × 1-2 mm. Pétales linéaires, oblongs, à apex obtus, de 4-6 × 1-2 mm. Labelle linéaire, oblong, de 4-6 × 1-2 mm.

Bibliographie

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David L. Jones. A complete guide to native orchids of Australia. Reed New Holland. Australian Orchid Foundation. 2006. Page 352 (sous le nom Apostasia stylidioides). Photo.

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André Schuiteman, B. Ramamurthy Kailash & Uttam Babu Shrestha. A checklist of the Orchidaceae of India. Missouri Botanical Garden Press. 2022. Page 25.

Khyanjeet Gogoi. Orchids of Assam, a pictorial guide. Publication Division, Dibrugarh University. 2019. Page 69. Photo.


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