The Orchid Review

June 2017

In this issue Peter O’Byrne discusses the devastating effect that over-collection for Traditional Chinese Medicine has had on Dendrobium. Steve Manning describes a small but attractive orchid, Specklinia grobyi, and its link between Lord Grey of Groby and James Bateman. Also, Clare and Johan Hermans report on the 27th Japan Grand Prix International Orchid Festival held at the Tokyo Dome in February.

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Sarah Forsyth

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