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Orchid Species: Eulophia zollingeri

(This name is currently accepted by Kew.)

Eulophia zollingeri is an orchid species identified by (Rchb.f.) J.J.Sm. in 1905.
Genus
Eulophia (Euph.)
Grex
zollingeri
(name currently accepted by Kew)
Parents
Species
Author
(Rchb.f.) J.J.Sm.
Year
1905
ORIGIN: Found in Assam, eastern Himalayas, lower India, Andaman Islands, Thailand, Malaysia, Fujian, Guangdong, Guanxi, south Jiangxi and Yunnan provinces of China, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Japan, Ryukyu Islands, Taiwan, Borneo, Java, Moluccas, the Philippines, Sulawesi, Sumatra, New Guinea and Queensland Australia in natural and planted, hill to lower montane forests at elevations of 500 to 1500 meters with deep shade and thick humus.

DESCRIPTION: Large to giant sized, warm to cool growing, mycoheterotrophic terrestrial with large and round to elongate, horizontal and thinner, underground pseudobulbs giving rise to an erect, elongate stem carrying three imbricate, basal sheaths and 2 to 3 more higher up and no real leaves, that blooms in the late spring and early summer on a 4 to 8 [10 to 20 cm] long, 15 to 20 flowered rhachis with subulate floral bracts and pungently fragrant flowers.

FLOWER SIZE: 1 inch [2.5 cm] or less -- information provided by Jay Pfahl, author of the Internet Orchid Species Encyclopedia (IOSPE).
Other Names
Genus Name Genus Grex Name Year Author
Add+ Eulophia Euph emilianae 1974 C.J.Saldanha
Add+ Eulophia Euph toyoshimae 1920 Nakai
Add+ Eulophia Euph zollingerioides 2011 P.O'Byrne
Add+ Cyrtopodium Cyrt rufum 1885 (Thwaites) Trimen
Add+ Eulophia Euph carrii 1936 C.T.White
Add+ Eulophia Euph formosana 1903 (Rolfe) Rolfe
Add+ Eulophia Euph macrorhiza 1859 Blume
Add+ Eulophia Euph macrorhizon 1890 Hook.f.
Add+ Eulophia Euph ochobiensis 1916 Hayata
Add+ Eulophia Euph sanguinea 1890 (Lindl.) Hook.f.
Add+ Eulophia Euph yushuiana 1972 S.Y.Hu
Add+ Graphorkis Grks macrorhiza 1891 (Blume) Kuntze
Add+ Graphorkis Grks papuana 1903 (Ridl.) Kuntze
Add+ Graphorkis Grks rufa 1891 (Thwaites) Kuntze
Add+ Graphorkis Grks sanguinea 1891 (Lindl.) Kuntze
Add+ Cyrtopera Cyrtopera zollingeri 1857 Rchb.f.
Add+ Cyrtopodium Cyrt sanguineum 1882 (Lindl.) N.E.Br.
Add+ Cyrtopera Cyrtopera formosana 1896 Rolfe
Add+ Cyrtopera Cyrtopera rufa 1861 Thwaites
Add+ Cyrtopera Cyrtopera sanguinea 1858 Lindl.
Add+ Cyrtopera Cyrtopera papuana 1886 Kraenzl.
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