Calanthe longipes Hook.f.

in Fl. Brit. Ind. 6: 195 (1890).


Alismorchis longipes (Hook.f.) Kuntze in Rev. Gen. 2: 650 (1891).

Calanthe gracilis var. sumatrana J.J.Smith in Blumea. 5(3): 704 (1945).

Cephalantheropsis lateriscapa Guillaum. in Bull. Mus. Paris. 2. S. 32(2): 189 (1960).

Coelogyne longipes (Hook.f.) Hook.f. in Fl. Brit. Ind. 6. 195 In Add (1896).

Gastrorchis lateriscapa (Guillaum.) Aver. in Prel. List. Vietnam. Orch. 1: 204 (1988).

Phaius longipes (Hook.f.) Holttum in Gard. Bull. Singapore 11: 286 (1947).

Phaius mindorensis Ames in Phil. Journ. Sci. 2. 324 (1907).

Cephalantheropsis longipes (Hook.f.) Ormerod in Orchid. Digest. 156 (1998).


Birmanie, Chine, Inde, Malaisie, Philippines, Sikkim, Sumatra, Taiwan, Thaïlande, Tibet, Vietnam.

Chine : Guangxi, Yunnan.

Inde : Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland.

Philippines : Mindoro Occidental, Mindoro Oriental.

Sumatra : Aceh.

Floraison : _________O__. Altitude de 600 à 940 m.

Description sommaire

Plante terrestre. Taille de 30 à 45 cm. Feuilles de 7 à 12, de 70-250 × 28-48 mm. Bractées lancéolées. Fleurs de 8 à 16. Sépale dorsal elliptique, oblong, de 9-11 × 5-6 mm. Sépales latéraux elliptiques, lancéolés, de 11-12 × 4-5 mm. Pétales elliptiques, de 7-9 × 3-4 mm. Labelle trilobé, de 6-7 × 3-7 mm.


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