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Orchid Species: Graphorkis campestris

Kew currently accepted name is Eulophia dabia

Graphorkis campestris is an orchid species identified by (Wall. ex Lindl.) Kuntze in 1891. Culture information and photos for this orchid are commonly detailed under the currently accepted name of Eulophia dabia.
Genus
Graphorkis (Grks.)
Grex
campestris
Parents
Species
Author
(Wall. ex Lindl.) Kuntze
Year
1891
ORIGIN: Found in Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, the Chinese Himalayas, Pakistan, the western Himalayas, India, eastern Himalayas, Bangladesh, Nepal and Myanmar on fixed sand ridges and on dry open mountainsides at elevations of 400 to 1330 meters.

DESCRIPTION: Small sized, hot to cool growing terrestrial with irregular, cylindric, globose, subterranean pseudobulbs that are leafless during flowering and carrying 2, linear, acute, plicate leaves that blooms in the winter through later spring on an erect, racemose, subsecund, 4 to 10.8 [10 to 27 cm] long, laxly to subdensely flowered inflorescence with pale brown, oblong to oblong-lanceolate, acute to acuminate, 3 veined floral bracts.

FLOWER SIZE: 1/4 to 0.65 inches [0.7 to 1.7 cm] -- 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 dabia 1910 (D.Don) Hochr.
Add+ Eulophia Euph campestris 1833 Wall. ex Lindl.
Add+ Eulophia Euph faberi 1896 Rolfe
Add+ Eulophia Euph hemileuca 1858 Lindl.
Add+ Eulophia Euph hormusjii 1906 Duthie
Add+ Geodorum Gdm ramentaceum 1845 (Roxb.) Voigt
Add+ Graphorkis Grks rupestris 1891 (Wall. ex Lindl.) Kuntze
Add+ Limodorum Limo ramentaceum 1832 Roxb.
Add+ Limodorum Limo turkestanicum 1902 Litv.
Add+ Graphorkis Grks dabia 1891 (D.Don) Kuntze
Add+ Limodorum Limo dabia 1825 (D.Don) Buch.-Ham. ex D.Don
Add+ Eulophia Euph rupestris 1833 Wall. ex Lindl.
Add+ Bletia Bletia dabia 1825 D.Don
Add+ Eulophia Euph turkestanica 1913 (Litv.) Schltr.
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