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The Florida Govenia


, : The Florida Govenia. American Orchid Society Bulletin 60(9): 867-869

A species of Govenia discovered in Florida in 1957 and considered until now to be G. utriculata is distinguished from the latter by examination of herbarium specimens.


Accession: 002241741

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