Phalaenopsis robinsonii J.J.Sm
Only one plant of this species was found until today. The flowers are said to be white with lilac spots. The plant is epiphytic and was growing 400m above sea level. It was discovered in October 1918.
Publication: Philipp. J. Sci., C 12:259 (1917).


Distribution: Maluku: Ambon islande.

Etymology: Named after its discoverer, the botanist Charles Budd Robinson.

Synonyms: Polychilos robinsonii (J.J.Sm.) Shim, Malayan Nat. J. 36:26. 1982.



Phalaenopsis robinsonii

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Primary hybrids: No primary hybrid with Phalaenopsis robinsonii registered.

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