Himalaya to China (S. Yunnan) and Indo-China as per WCSP ;

The species occurs in Nepal (2,000-3,200 m (Rajbhandari and Bhattarai 2001)), China (S Yunnan), Myanmar, Viet Nam, Lao PDR (Phongsali), Thailand, Bhutan (Punakha, East side of Dochu Lake, between Tashi Choling and Kyebaka; and Tashingang, near Tashi Yangtsi), India (Sikkim, Lachen valley, Tendong 1,400-2,300 m (Pearce and Cribb 2002); Arunchal Pradesh, 900-1,800 m (Hegde 1984)).

The leaves of this species are deep green. The flowers are pale green and spotted red, simulating the skin colour of a leopard. The species forms large colonies. The flowers have a very offensive smell and attract carrion flies. The species is said to favour partial shade of ever-green broad-leaved sub-tropical forest 1,500-2,000 m (Raskoti 2009).
Citation: Cockel, C. 2013. Bulbophyllum leopardinum. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2013: e.T44392371A44532711. . Downloaded on 22 September 2016.




Bulbophyllum leopardinum (Wall.) Lindl. ex Wall. : 4 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (5)
Sharing some pictures of Bulbophyllum leopardinum (Wall.) Lindl. ex Wall. shot at Shivapuri National Park on 4 July 2015 at 7000 ft.

Very nice and thanks for sharing.



Bulbophyllum leopardinum (Wall.) Lindl. ex Wall. : 10 posts by 3 authors. 6 images- 7 mb each.
Location:  Pharping
Date: 13 July 2020
Elevation: 1786 m.
Habitat: Wild

Yes Bulbophyllum leopardinum. May be this is a new addition to eflora.

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