Liparis yongnoana N.S.Lee, C.S.Lee & K.S.Lee 2010

Photo by N.S. Lee, C.S. Lee and K.S. Lee and Two New Species of the Genus Liparis (Orchidaceae) from Korea Based on Morphological and Molecular Data Chang Shook Lee & Chie Tsutsumi & Tomohisa Yukawa & Nam Sook Lee 2010 website

Full shade Cold LATE Spring

Common Name or Meaning The Winged Sepal Liparis - in Korea Nal-ge-ok-jahm-nan-cho

Flower Size .8" [2 cm]

Found in south Korea in valleyin forests near streams at elevations of 700 to 800 meters as a mini-miniature sized, cold growing terrestrial with ovoid pseudobulbs carrying 2, ovate-elliptic, obtuse to subacute, conduplicate, glossy, glabrous, green margin undulate, long petiolate, winged base leaves that blooms in the late spring on an erect, terminal, 4.8 to 6" [12 to 15 cm] long, 6 to 9 flowered inflorescence with ovate, obtuse, shorter than the ovary floral bracts.

Synonyms

References W3 Tropicos, Kew Monocot list , IPNI ; *Two New Species of the Genus Liparis (Orchidaceae) from Korea Based on Morphological and Molecular Data Chang Shook Lee & Chie Tsutsumi & Tomohisa Yukawa & Nam Sook Lee 2010 photo fide

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