Ludisia discolor (Gawler) Blume

in Coll. Orchid. 113 (1859).

Synonymes

Goodyera ordeana (S. Jennings) Boxall ex Naves in F.M.Blanco, Fl. Filip., ed. 3, 4(13A): 248 (1880).

Goodyera rodigasciana L.Linden in Illustr. Hort. 34. 175 T. 616 (1886).

Anoectochilus dawsonianus Low in Reichenbach Fil., Gard. Chron.: 1038 (1868).

Anoectochilus discolor (Gawler) Kittel in Gartenfl. 35. 575 (1886).

Anoectochilus ordianus Koch in Wochenschr. Vereines Beförd. Gartenbaues Königl. Preuss. Staaten 14: 130 (1871).

Dicrophyla elegans Rafinesque in Fl. Tellur. 4: 39 (1838).

Gonogona discolor (Gawler) Link in Enum. Pl. Hort. Berol. 2: 369 (1822).

Goodyera discolor Gawler in Bot. Reg. 4:T. 271 (1818). (basionyme)

Goodyera ordiana B.S.Williams in Orch. Grow. Man. Ed. 4. 82 (1871).

Goodyera rubrovenia B.S.Williams in Orchid. Grow. Man., Ed. 2. 106 (1862).

Haemaria dawsoniana Hook.f. in Bot. Mag.:T. 7486 (1896).

Haemaria discolor (Gawler) Lindl. in Gen. Sp. Orch. Pl.: 490 (1840).

Haemaria otletae Rolfe in Ill. Hort. 38: 31. T. 524 (1891).

Haemaria pauciflora Gagnep. in Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr. 80: 349 (1933).

Haemaria rubrovenia (B.S.Williams) Rchb.f. in Stein, Orchideenbuch. 274 (1891).

Kuhlhasseltia carrii Holttum in Gard. Bull. Sing. 11: 281 (1947).

Ludisia dawsoniana (Low) Aver. in Reichenb. F.), Bot. Zhurn., 73(3): 432 : (1988).

Ludisia discolor (Gawler) A.Rich. in Fl. Jav. Orch. 95 (1858).

Ludisia furetii Blume in Coll. Orch. Ind. Jap.: 114. T. 34. Fig. 3 (1858).

Ludisia odorata Blume in Coll. Orch. Ind. Jap.: 114. T. 34. Fig. 2 (1858).

Ludisia otletae (Rolfe) Aver. in Bot. J.(Leningr.)73(3): 432 (1988).

Myoda rufescens Lindl. in Bot. Reg. 19:Sub. T. 1618 (1833).

Neottia discolor (Gawler) Steud. in Nom. Ed. 2, 2: 189 (1841).

Orchiodes discolor (Gawler) Kuntze in Rev. Gen. 675 (1891).

Haemaria dawsoniana (Low) Hasselbr. in L.H.Bailey, Stand. Cycl. Hort. 3: 1427 (1915).

Répartition

Birmanie, Chine, Cambodge, Hong Kong, Laos, Malaisie, Philippines, Sumatra, Thaïlande, Vietnam.

Chine : Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan, Yunnan.

Philippines : Mindoro Occidental, Mindoro Oriental, Palawan.

Sumatra : Aceh, Sumatera Selatan.

Floraison : JFMA________. Altitude de 0 à 1000 m.

Description sommaire

Plante terrestre. Taille de 10 à 25 cm. Feuilles de 2 à 4, de 35-75 × 20-35 mm, alternes, elliptiques, ovales. Fleurs de 2 à 10, blanches. Sépale dorsal en coiffe, ovale, de 8-9 × 4-7 mm. Sépales latéraux ovales, de 9-10 × 4-5 mm. Pétales lancéolés, linéaires, de 8-9 × 2-3 mm. Labelle bilobé, de 9-10 × 5-6 mm.

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