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New Guinea orchids - IV: Dendrobium section Calyptrochilum

, : New Guinea orchids - IV: Dendrobium section Calyptrochilum. American Orchid Society Bulletin 59(6): 590-597

Descriptive notes on flower characteristics of this section and on the flowering, growth and culture of individual species (particularly D. wentianum, D. lawesii and D. subclausum).

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