The Orchid Review

March 2014

In this issue Diego Bogarin and Yael Kisel write about an attractive new Lepanthes from Costa Rica. Richard Batemen explains how Europe’s rarest orchid, Plantanthera azorica, was found, lost and found again. He highlights the importance of projects that integrate field, laboratory and herbarium studies, to discover and preserve these rareties.

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Sarah Forsyth

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