Tag Archives: Corybas

Corybas rivularis (A. Cunn.) Rchb. f.

Corybas rivularis

Distribution:

New Zealand: Great Barrier Island; North Island

local names: –

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This species may be conspecific with the insufficiently known ‘Nematoceras’ panduratum (Cheeseman) Molloy, D. L. Jones & M. A. Clem., furthermore it contains at least four tag-named forms, which may be distinct species.

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Corybas acuminatus M. A. Clements & Hatch

Corybas acuminatus

Distribution:

New Zealand: Auckland Island (Auckland Islands); Chatham Islands; Great Barrier Island; North Island; South Island; Stewart Island; Ulva Island

local names: –

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corybas-acuminatus-mw

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Corybas oblongus (Hook. f.) Rchb. f.

Corybas oblongus

Distribution:

New Zealand: Auckland Island (Auckland Islands); Chatham Islands; Great Barrier Island; North Island; South Island; Stewart Island; Ulva Island

local names: –

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This species is in need of a revision, it may contain several distinct species.

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Depiction from: ‘J. D. Hooker: The botany of the Antarctic voyage of H.M. discovery ships Erebus and Terror in the Years 1839-1843: under the command of Captain Sir James Clark Ross. London: Reeve Brothers 1844-1860’

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Corybas macranthus (Hook. f.) Rchb. f.

Corybas macranthus

Distribution:

New Zealand: Auckland Island (Auckland Islands) Campbell Islands; Chatham Islands; Great Barrier Island; North Island; South Island; Stewart Island; Ulva Island

local names: –

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corybas-macranthus-e-t

Depiction from: ‘J. D. Hooker: The botany of the Antarctic voyage of H.M. discovery ships Erebus and Terror in the Years 1839-1843: under the command of Captain Sir James Clark Ross. London: Reeve Brothers 1844-1860’

http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org