Malesian Orchid Journal Vol. 7


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Malesian Orchid Journal Vol. 7 RM100.00

The Malesian Orchid Journal, a new twice-yearly publication, will publish scientific and semi-popular articles on the taxonomy, ecology and conservation of the native orchids of the Malesian—the area formerly known as the East Indies. Malesia traditionally comprises the Philippines, Sundaland (Malay Peninsula, Greater Sunda Islands (Sumatra, Java, Borneo, Sulawesi), Lesser Sunda Islands (e.g. Bali, Lombok, Komodo, Sumbawa, Flores, Timor), and Papuasia (Maluku, New Guinea and the Bismarck Archipelago, but excluding Bougainville). Many of the world’s biodiversity hotspots are located in Malesia. The flora may be represented by as many as 30,000 flowering plants, including 6000 native orchid species in 200 genera. Approximately 3000 species are recorded from the island of New Guinea alone, while Mount Kinabalu on Borneo, an area of only about 1200 km2, has 850 taxa of orchids in 137 general.


  • Editorial
  • A Synopsis of Calanthe Section Styloglossum by Mutsuko Nakajima and Hideaki Ohba
  • A New Terete-leaved Species of Thrixspermum from Peninsular Malaysia by Ong Poh Teck and Peter O’Byrne
  • Coelogyne genuflexa and C. pholidotoides by Jeffrey J. Wood and Chan Chew Lun
  • Oberonia pauzii — A New Species from Peninsular Malaysia and Borneo by Ong Poh Teck and Peter O’Byrne
  • Eulophia zollingerioides — A New Species from Peninsular Malaysia by Peter O’Byrne
  • A Revision of Cleisostoma in Sulawesi by Peter O’Byrne and Jaap J. Vermeulen
  • Five New Species of Pinalia (Section Polyura) from New Guinea by Paul Ormerod
  • Orchids of Bali — With Special Reference to Bulbophyllum by Wolfgang Rysy
  • Preliminary Studies in the Bulbophyllum nymphopolitanum (section Lepidorhiza) Complex in the Philippines by Wally Suarez
  • Three New Species of Dendrochilum, with Notes on the Practice of Formally Describing Cultivated Species of Unknown Provenance by Henrik Æ. Pedersen
  • Dendrobium tawauense — A New Species of Section Crumenata from Borneo by Jeffrey J. Wood

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Jeffrey J. Wood


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