The Orchid Review

March 2015

In this issue Ong Poh Teck reports on recently discovered species found on limestone hills in Peninsular Malaysia. He examines the conservation efforts and threats to these orchids such as habitat destruction and overcollection. Also, Lucinda Lachelin uncovers orchid history in Paris on a recent RHS study trip to view two historical orchid collections, each with a history of more than a 100 years.

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Sarah Forsyth

Editor, The Orchid Review

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