Peristylus constrictus (Lindl.) Lindl., Gen. Sp. Orchid. Pl. 300 1835. (Syn: Habenaria constricta (Lindl.) Hook.f.; Habenaria cylindrocalyx Gagnep.; Herminium constrictum Lindl.; Orchis leucantha Ham. ex Hook.f.; Platanthera constricta Lindl. ex Wall. [Invalid]) ?;
Peristylis sp – NSD 42 : Attachments (2). 3 posts by 2 authors.
This Orchid is from Pench Tiger Reserve
Photographed on 13-7-05
I think this is some Peristylis sp
Please id it
This can be Peristylus constrictus, but cant confirm !! This whole tribe of Orchideae (including Habenaria, Platanthera, Herminium, Pecteilis etc, have similar leaves, But Peristylus doesnt have leaves apressed to ground… atleast I have never heard of, but they do have funnel shaped leaves in the beginning…
Another confusion for me. Is this a terrestrial orchid?: 1 image.
I got this plant in Panchmari, M.P. on 02/09/2019.
Habitat: Along the pathway. Only one was seen in that area.
This is the only picture I have. Sorry.
Need some help to identify this plant.
If I had to guess, this is Peristylus constrictus. But cant be confirmed without flowers.