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Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden in early summer Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden in early summer
  Tropical plants give us the opportunity to enjoy the exotic look of tropical regions. Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical garden (XTBG) is an ideal place to enjoy the colored blooms and elegant foliage tropical plants which are breathtaking in the spring and summer months. Come and enjoy the breathtaking beauty. Welcome!  ...
A new species of Cheirostylis found in limestone forest of Xishuangbanna A new species of Cheirostylis found in limestone forest of Xishuangbanna
  Cheirostylis Blume is characterized by a column with two stelids, two well-separated stigma lobes and connate sepals that form a tube. Among the 55 species in the world, 18 species are reported from China, of which 8 species are believed to be endemic. During their fieldwork in Mengla County of Xishuangbanna, southeaste...
A new species of Bulbophyllum in limestone forest of Xishuangbanna A new species of Bulbophyllum in limestone forest of Xishuangbanna
  Bulbophyllum Thouars is one of the largest orchid genera. The species possess a wide range of vegetative form and floral structure. There are about 103 species (33 endemic) in 18 sections in China Section Stachysanthes (Blume) is distinguished by inconspicuous pseudobulbs and includes 72 species. There are five species (...
Succulent plants on show in XTBG Succulent plants on show in XTBG
  From this week on, you can see 50 succulent plants from 40 genera in 8 families on show at the Distinctive Plant Collection of Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG). The main succulents on display are from the families of Crassulaceae. Euphorbiaceae, Asclepiadaceae, Aizoaceae, Liliaceae, Cucurbitaceae, Amaryllid...
Sapria himalayana reappears in Xihsuangbanna Sapria himalayana reappears in Xihsuangbanna
  Sapria himalayana Griffith. (Rafflesiaceae), a root parasitic plant, is one of the lesser known and poorly understood taxons, which is at the brink of extinction due to incessant human interventions in the natural forest environment. It is rare and a botanical curiosity, and sensitive to human intervention. For many yea...
A new species of Rubiaceae found in Myanmar A new species of Rubiaceae found in Myanmar
  During November to December in 2014, a team from Xishuangbanna Tropical botanical garden (XTBG) and Kunming Institute of botany (KIB), in collaboration with the Forest research Institute of Myanmar, conducted field work in northern Myanmar to survey plant diversity. During field work, specimens of Acranthera were f...
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