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Pankaj Kumar MSc, PhD, FLS
IUCN-SSC Red List Authority for Orchids of Asia
IUCN-SSC Orchid Specialist Group Asia; Global Orchid Trade Group; Western Ghats Plant Specialist Group
Lam Tsuen, Tai Po, New Territories, Hong Kong S.A.R., P.R. China
Forwarding again for Id assistance please.
Some earlier relevant feedback:
Thrixspermum formosanum !
I do not understand your question.
1. What is the id of this orchid in the picture? - I need to show me a dissected flower to confirm.
2. Thrixspermum formosanum is synonym of T. pygmaeum according to the BSI's book? - I have the book right in front of me and this book doesn't claim that they are synonym, please check again
Khayanjit already wrote in his manuscript
"Note: Thrixspermum formosanum (Hayata) Schltr. is similar to Thrixspermum pygmaeum (King & Pantl.) Holt. Gogoi et al., 2012 described this species as Thrixspermum pygmaeum but differs by having abaxially purple spot-ted leaves and a white, with brownish stripes, lipped flower."
I have added Khyanjeet in the email.
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