Eulophia spectabilis (Dennst.) Suresh , Interpret. Van Rheede’s Hort. Malab. 300 1988. (Syn: Cyrtopera bicolor (Ridl.) Ridl. ……….; Eulophia bicolor Dalzell ………..; Graphorchis elata (Hook. f.) Kuntze (Unresolved) ……..; Graphorkis elata (Hook.f.) Kuntze ….; Phaius steppicolus Hand.-Mazz.; Semiphajus chevalieri Gagnep.; Wolfia spectabilis Dennst.);
 
yoo-LOH-fee-uh — from Greek eu (well, &c.) and lophos (crested); referring to well crested labellum … Dave’s Botanaryefloraofindia
speck-TAB-ih-liss — spectacular … Dave’s Botanary

commonly known as: spectacular eulophiaBengali: বন সিঙাড়া ban singara, বুধুয়ার budbar bariGujarati: અમરકંદ amarkandHindi: अमरकन्द amarkand, अम्बरकन्द ambarkand, गोरूमा gorumaMarathi: अमरकंद amarkand, अंबरकंद ambarkand, लसूणकंद lasunkand, मानकंद manakandNepali: अमरकन्द amarkandSanskrit: बलकन्द balakanda, ग्रन्थिदला granthidala, कन्दलता kandalata, मालाकन्द malakanda, पङ्क्तिकन्द panktikanda, त्रिशिखदला trishikhadalaTibetan: ri ddhi

Native to: s China, tropical Asia to w Pacific  


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Names of Plants in India :: Eulophia spectabilis: via Species‎ > ‎E‎ > Eulophia spectabilis (Dennst.) Suresh
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commonly known as: spectacular eulophiaBengali: budbar bariHindi: अमरकन्द amarkand, अम्बरकन्द ambarkand,गोरूमा gorumaMarathi: अमरकंद amarkand, अंबरकंद ambarkand, मानकंद manakandSanskrit: बलकन्द balakanda,मालाकन्द malakanda
botanical names: Eulophia spectabilis (Dennst.) Suresh … synonyms: Eulophia nuda Lindl. • Wolfia spectabilis Dennst. (basionym)


2nd edition … 1 image.
via Species‎ > ‎E‎ > Eulophia spectabilis (Dennst.) Suresh … family: Orchidaceae
Flowers of IndiaDiscussions at efloraofindiamore views in flickrmore views on Google Earth 
yoo-LOH-fee-uh — from Greek eu (well, &c.) and lophos (crested); referring to well crested labellumDave’s Botanaryefloraofindia
speck-TAB-ih-liss — spectacularDave’s Botanary
commonly known as: spectacular eulophiaBengali: বন সিঙাড়া ban singara, বুধুয়ার budbar bariGujarati: અમરકંદ amarkandHindi: अमरकन्द amarkand, अम्बरकन्द ambarkand, गोरूमा gorumaMarathi: अमरकंद amarkand, अंबरकंद ambarkand, लसूणकंद lasunkand, मानकंद manakandNepali: अमरकन्द amarkandSanskrit: बलकन्द balakanda, ग्रन्थिदला granthidala, कन्दलता kandalata, मालाकन्द malakanda, पङ्क्तिकन्द panktikanda, त्रिशिखदला trishikhadalaTibetan: ri ddhi
Eulophia spectabilis (Dennst.) Suresh … synonyms: Cyrtopera nuda (Lindl.) Rchb.f. • Eulophia nuda Lindl. • Graphorchis nuda (Lindl.) Kuntze • Wolfia spectabilis Dennst. … status at The Plants List (2013). Version 1.1. 
May 28, 2011 … Mahabaleshwar

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Freak Orchid Flower:  While on the subject of Oroxylum flower with 8 stamens (…. post) I wanted to attach this picture of fused corolla which I could not find, hence posting now. Do we say that this Eulophia nuda orchid has 5 petals, 5 sepals, 2 columns and 2 lips? The usual purple colour is also changed to rosy white.


This is for sure Eulophia spectabilis earlier known as Eulophia nuda.
Can you please share larger image, and please also allow me to share this with some of the orchid experts!!
Deformed flower in orchids is not a big deal. I have a Dendrobium moschatum which never has a labellum but column is present.
Color deformities in Dendrobium amoenum is also well known.


Eulophia confusion: With reference to the August posts of … and …,
there still seems to be some doubt over the simple herb Eulophia nuda.
It is called amarkand or goruma in hindi, mankand in marathi, budhuvar in bengali.
The root grows in the konkan area and himalaya valley.
I would appreciate any knowledge of its availability.


Eulophia nuda is now called Eulophia spectabilis and it is widespread in India, especially downwards from Jharkhand, Central India…. It is also reported from western Himalaya.


My post was about ‘fused’ (not confused) corolla, ie of a freak flower of E. spectabilis syn E. nuda.

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Eulophia spectabilis a terrestrial Orchid :  Attachments (1). 7 posts by 6 authors.
here a beautiful terrestrial Orchid (Eulophia spectabilis)


Location- Forest area near the Barkagaon (Jharkhand), date I saw in flowering is : 12-6-2013, season is pre monsoon, 

the plants average height are 50-80 cm and flower size is 3-4 cm  
Thanks a lot … . So it is growing as wild in nature. Great capture.
 

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Eulophia spectabilis (Dennst.) Suresh  
yoo-LOH-fee-uh — from Greek eu (well, &c.) and lophos (crested); referring to well crested labellum
speck-TAB-ih-liss — spectacularDave’s Botanary
NEW-duh — nude, nakedDave’s Botanary
commonly known as: spectacular eulophia • Bengali: budbar bari • Hindi: अमरकन्द amarkand, अम्बरकन्द ambarkand, गोरूमा goruma • Marathi: अमरकंद amarkand, अंबरकंद ambarkand, मानकंद manakand • Sanskrit: बलकन्द balakanda, मालाकन्द malakanda
Native to: s China, tropical Asia to w Pacific
References: Flowers of IndiaJK HealthworldENVIS – FRLHTFlowers of Sahyadri by Shrikant Ingalhalikar  
at Mahabaleshwar on 28 MAY 11 and 10 JUN 12


Yes Eulophia spectabilis. Beautiful pictures. More colours have been reported in this species from wild.


Very good shots.

All sp. names of Eulophia seem to be of the description about the flowers and not places or scientists.

Again I couldn’t find this in BSI Flora


Eulophia andamanensis

Eulophia petersii 🙂


I take my words back. My observation was based on the list of sp. mentioned in BSI Flora mah.


Thank you very much … for the appreciation.
Eulophia nuda treated as synonym of E. spectabilis could be covered in flora, please check.


Oh yes Eulophia nuda is there. Didn’t know the synonymy.
 

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This herb was photographed at Mahabaleshwar. Saw this in two different colours. Sharing the photographs….
Bot. name: Eulophia nuda.

This is Eulophia spectabilis.
Beautiful plant.
It has yellow colour too if you can find.

 

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[EfloraofIndia_ORCHIDACEAE Juss. Fortnight]:19102013PD08_Eulophia herbacea _Flora of Odisha : Attachments (2). 2 posts by 2 authors.

Another ground orchid collected from Karlapat wildlife sanctuary, Odisha. Please find the images of Eulophia herbacea 


No this is Eulophia spectabilis !!

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Eulophia spectabilis (Dennst.) Suresh in D.H.Nicolson, C.R.Suresh & K.S.Manilal, Interpret. Van Rheede’s Hort. Malab.: 300 (1988).
Synonyms:
Wolfia spectabilis Dennst., Schlüssel Hortus Malab.: 38 (1818).
Cyrtopera plicata Lindl., Gen. Sp. Orchid. Pl.: 190 (1833).
Eulophia nuda Lindl., Gen. Sp. Orchid. Pl.: 180 (1833).
Eulophia squalida Lindl., Edwards’s Bot. Reg. 27(Misc.): 77 (1841).
Cyrtopera fusca Wight, Icon. Pl. Ind. Orient. 5: t. 1690 (1851).
Eulophia bicolor Dalzell, Hooker’s J. Bot. Kew Gard. Misc. 3: 343 (1851).
Cyrtopera squalida (Lindl.) Rchb.f., Bonplandia (Hannover) 5: 38 (1857).
Cyrtopera mysorensis Lindl., J. Proc. Linn. Soc., Bot. 3: 32 (1858).
Eulophia bicolor Blume, Coll. Orchid.: 151 (1859), nom. illeg.
Eulophia celebica Blume, Coll. Orchid.: 182 (1859).
Eulophia elongata Blume, Coll. Orchid.: 182 (1859).
Eulophia fusca (Wight) Blume, Coll. Orchid.: 182 (1859).
Eulophia lutea Blume, Coll. Orchid.: 181 (1859).
Eulophia mucronata Blume, Coll. Orchid.: 182 (1859).
Eulophia sumatrana Blume, Coll. Orchid.: 183 (1859).
Cyrtopera gardneri Thwaites, Enum. Pl. Zeyl.: 302 (1861).
Cyrtopera laxiflora Gardner ex Thwaites, Enum. Pl. Zeyl.: 302 (1861).
Cyrtopera nuda (Lindl.) Rchb.f., Flora 55: 274 (1872).
Cyrtopera godefroyi Rchb.f., Otia Bot. Hamburg.: 35 (1878).
Cyrtopera bicolor (Ridl.) Ridl. in H.O.Forbes, Nat. Wand. East. Archip.: 518 (1885).
Cyrtopodium bicolor Ridl., J. Linn. Soc., Bot. 21: 472 (1885).
Cyrtopodium squalidum (Lindl.) Vidal, Phan. Cuming. Philipp.: 79, 150 (1885).
Cyrtopera regnieri Rchb.f., Gard. Chron., n.s., 26: 294 (1886).
Eulophia elata Hook.f., Fl. Brit. India 6: 3 (1890).
Eulophia holochila Collett & Hemsl., J. Linn. Soc., Bot. 28: 132 (1890).
Graphorkis bicolor (Ridl.) Kuntze, Revis. Gen. Pl. 2: 662 (1891).
Graphorkis elata (Hook.f.) Kuntze, Revis. Gen. Pl. 2: 662 (1891).
Graphorkis holochila (Collett & Hemsl.) Kuntze, Revis. Gen. Pl. 2: 662 (1891).
Graphorkis nuda (Lindl.) Kuntze, Revis. Gen. Pl. 2: 662 (1891).
Graphorkis squalida (Lindl.) Kuntze, Revis. Gen. Pl. 2: 662 (1891).
Graphorkis sumatrana (Blume) Kuntze, Revis. Gen. Pl. 2: 662 (1891).
Eulophia macgregorii Ames, Philipp. J. Sci., C 9: 12 (1914).
Eulophia hildebrandii Schltr., Repert. Spec. Nov. Regni Veg. Beih. 4: 262 (1919).
Eulophia bicolor var. celebica J.J.Sm., Bull. Jard. Bot. Buitenzorg, III, 5: 71 (1922).
Eulophia burkei Rolfe ex Downie, Bull. Misc. Inform. Kew 1925: 380 (1925).
Phaius steppicola Hand.-Mazz., Anz. Akad. Wiss. Wien, Math.-Naturwiss. Kl. 62: 253 (1925).
Geodorum pierrei Gagnep., Bull. Mus. Natl. Hist. Nat., II, 4: 712 (1932).
Semiphajus chevalieri Gagnep., Bull. Mus. Natl. Hist. Nat., II, 4: 598 (1932).
Eulophia regnieri (Rchb.f.) Guillaumin, Bull. Mus. Natl. Hist. Nat., II, 27: 395 (1955).
Distribution: Trop. & Subtrop. Asia to W. Pacific


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Is it Eulophia spectabilis ? : Attachments (1).  3 posts by 2 authors.
Habitat : Wild. Habit : Herb ? Place : Rabung, Mizoram. Note : Probably medicinal plant.

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TSP-APR2016-10-310: Images of Eulophia spectabilis (Orchidaceae) : 7 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (6) 

It is my pleasure to share few images of Eulophia spectabilis (Orchidaceae)

Ref: http://florakarnataka.ces.iisc.ernet.in/hjcb2/herbsheet.php?id=3130&cat=1

Habit: Herb

Habitat: Terrestrial, wild, Moist deciduous forest fringe.

Sighting: Mudigere, Chikmagalur, Karnataka, about 1200 msl

Date:16-04-2016


Spectacular orchid….. and Wonderful images …!!


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It is my pleasure to present few images of leaves of Eulophia spectabilis  (Orchidaceae)

Ref:My earlier upload no. TSP-APR2016-10-310: Images of Eulophia spectabilis (Orchidaceae) 

Habit: Herb 

Habitat: Wild, terrestrial, moist-deciduous forest fringe 

Sighting: Mudigere, Chikmagalur, Karnataka, about 1200 msl 

Date: 22-06-2016


Again not easy to confirm without flowers.


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TSP-AUG2016-02-423: Fruiting in Eulophia spectabilis (Orchidaceae) : 8 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (1)

Revisited the plant, Eulophia spectabilis (Orchidaceae) that I had uploaded earlier, and was amazed to find it in fruiting stage…!

Ref: My earlier uploads:TSP-APR2016-10-310 And TSP-JUL2016-03-403 

Habit: Herb 

Habitat: Wild, terrestrial, moist-deciduous forest fringe. 

Sighting: Mudigere, Chikmagalur, Karnataka, about 1200 msl


Cant confirm with this pic. But nice to see an orchid fruiting.


I followed this particular E.spectabilis plant through its different stages of flowering, emergence of foliage and now this one, fruiting.


If you have seen the flower then its perfect. Thanks for letting me know.


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Affirmative. My photographs for comparison. Attachments (3)


You know sir, there are so many Eulophias in India, most of the fruits of this genus look same except for a very few like zollingeri and flava.
I have seen E. spectabilis, E. herbacea and E. explanata growing together with Geodorum. Ofcourse Geodorum you can make out from the curved stalk, but rest cant be differentiated so easily unless you have already seen the flower.
But its all about opinion. Some say its half glass empty, others say its half glass full.

Presenting an image of Eulophia spectabilis (Orchidaceae) visited by a bee.Could the bee be a pollinator…?? 

Habit: Terrestrial herb 

Habitat: Wild, Moist deciduous forest 

Sighting: Near Chikmagalur, Karnataka, about 1000 msl 

Date: 20-04-2017


Very nice. Yes Eulophia spectabilis.

 

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Presenting few images of Eulophia spectabilis (Orchidaceae 

Habit:Terrestrial herb

Habitat:Wild,Moist deciduous forest. 

Sighting:Near Chikmagalur,Karnataka,about 1000 msl 

Date:20–04-2017

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