Zeuxine exilis

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Zeuxine exilis
Taxinomia
Regnum: Plantae
(inordinata): Angiospermae
(inordinata): Monocotyledones
Ordo: Asparagales
Familia: Orchidaceae
Subfamilia: Orchidoideae
Tribus: Cranichideae
Subtribus: Goodyerinae
Genus: Zeuxine
Species: Z. exilis
Binomen
Zeuxine exilis
Ridl., 1906[1]

Zeuxine exilis est terrestris subfamiliae Orchidoideae orchidacea, in Insula Christi Natalis (Australia), territorio Australiae in Oceano Indico septentrio-orientali endemica.

Historia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Haec orchidacea ab Henrico Ridley, primo Horti Botanici Singapurae directore, Octobre 1904 primum conlecta et descripta est; rite autem in tabulis scientificis non divulgata est. In tertio "Management Plan" Reservationis Nationalis Insulae Christi Natalis (2002), habita est fortasse exstincta.[2] Deinde, anno 2009, iterum inventa et conlecta est a Petro Green, biologo invisenti.[3][4]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Ridley (1906).
  2. Cochrane (2002).
  3. Christmas Island National Park News (2009–11).
  4. Green et al. (2010).

Fontes[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Cochrane, Peter (Director of National Parks) (2002). Third Christmas Island National Park Management Plan. Commonwealth of Australia. ISBN 0 642 54828 9. 
  • Green, P. T.; Claussen, J.; & O'Dowd, D. J. (2010). "Lost for a century: rediscovery of the endemic Ridley's jewel orchid, Zeuxine exilis Ridl., on Christmas Island, Indian Ocean.". Gardens' Bulletin (Singapore) 62: 319–326. 
  • Ridley, H.N. (1906–06). Journal of the Straits Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 45: 236 
  • "Christmas Island orchid rediscovered!". Christmas Island National Park News. Dept of Sustainability, Environment, water, Population and Communities, Australia. 2009-11 


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