<i>Cymbidium sigmoideum</i> (Orchidaceae), a new addition to the Flora of the Philippines
Cymbidium sigmoideum (Orchidaceae: Epidendroideae) is reported here as a new record for the Philippines based on the collection from Antique Province on the island of Panay. A detailed description and photographs are provided for easy identification of the species. With this discovery, the Philippines now holds a total 13 species and three subspecies of Cymbidium.
Keywords/ Palabras clave: Antique, biodiversity, Cymbidieae, Malesian flora, Panay Island, new record, taxonomy
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