Common name: Spotted Coelogyne
Assam; Bangladesh; China South-Central; East Himalaya; Myanmar; Nepal; Thailand;
Tibet; Vietnam
as per Catalogue of Life;

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Photo from tchakrab : 10 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (1)

Shillong plant for ID – 1


Coelogyne punctulata Lindl.  ??

Its not that easy to differentiate between Coelogyne nitida and punctulata. But I tend to agree with … for this being Coelogyne punctulata


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MS Feb,2018/01 Coelogyne sp. for ID : 12 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (1)

Location : Keifang, Mizoram

Date : 26-10-2007
Habit : Epiphytic herb
Habitat : Wild

This looks like Coelogyne nitida but I am not sure. I need better pics of whole plant. For Coelogyne it is important to see where the inflorescence is coming out from? from the top of the bulb or from the base and if the inflorescence is coming out from mature bulbs or juvenile bulbs. 

Is not the flowering season differs?
Could it be Coelogyne punctulata Lindl. as the flowering time is matching to it.

Yes seasons do matter with some members of this tribe!!! Could be punctulata. I need to check the keys but right now I am travelling in india. Will let you know when I confirm.

Sorry I missed this. I am at home right now and busy as I am travelling to India today for one month. Yes flowering time matters in the identify of Coelogyne taxonomy. But I need to check the book which I dont have right now,

Will let you know soon.

Yes seasons do matter with some members of this tribe!!! Could be punctulata. I need to check the keys but right now I am travelling in india. Will let you know when I confirm.

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MS Dec,2018/03 Coelogyn sp. (nitida?) for ID : 9 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (1)
Location : Lurh, Mizoram

Date : 04-12-2018
Habit : Epiphytic herb
Habitat : Wild


Coelogyne punctulata Lindl. ??


I based my guess on flowering period. Information on elevation would have been added advantage for proper ID.


To me also appear close to images at Coelogyne punctulata, as suggested by … 


Could be Coelogyne punctulata.


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