Request for articles from International Orchid Journals

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  1. Feb 24, 2014 #1

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    Hi Everyone,

    I'm looking for some recent original descriptions of Phrags from some international orchid journals and was hoping some members might have them. I am looking for the following:

    Die Orchidee (Germany):
    Phragmipedium × merinoi O.Gruss, Orchidee (Hamburg) 61: 176 (2010).
    Phragmipedium richteri Roeth & O.Gruss, Orchidee (Hamburg) 45(3): back cover (1994).
    Phragmipedium × roethianum O.Gruss & Kalina, Orchidee (Hamburg) 49: 245 (1998).
    Phragmipedium christiansenianum O.Gruss & Roeth, Orchidee (Hamburg) 52: 76 (2001).
    Phragmipedium × colombianum O.Gruss, Orchidee (Hamburg) 62: 30 (2011).

    Caesiana (Italy):
    Phragmipedium tetzlaffianum O.Gruss, Caesiana 15: 37 (2000).

    Orchis (Spain):
    Phragmipedium hirtzii Dodson, Orchis 58: 129 (1988).

    Revista Guatemalensis:
    Phragmipedium monstruosum Archila, Revista Guatemal. 2(3): 5 (1999).
    Phragmipedium triandrum Archila, Revista Guatemal. 2(3): 6 (1999).

    Journal of the Hokkaido Orchid Society:
    Phragmipedium chapadense Campacci & R.Takase, J. Hokkaido Orchid Soc. 28(Suppl.): 1 (2000).

    If you happen to have electronic copies of these you can share, please e-mail them to me at: silence882@gmail.com

    Thanks,
    --Stephen
     
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    Hi Stephen,

    I can help you with several of the mentioned articles. I can help you with the Die Orchidee-articles, the one concerning Phrag. monstruosum and the Phrag. chapadense.

    This week I've a quite overloaded calendar, but from coming weekend on I've several days off and will be able to get you the articles. So hang on.

    All the best,

    Rob Z.
     
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    Thanks very much, Rob! I appreciate the help.

    --Stephen

     
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    Stephen,

    As promised. Check your mailbox.

    All the best,

    Rob Z.
     
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    Hi Smitty! :D
     
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    chapadense is not longifolium?
     
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    Thanks very much, Rob!

    --Stephen
     
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    I do not know. I'm trying to get more info to see what I think it should be recognized as... a species, variety, or synonym.
     
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    Thanks a lot Stephen.

    I had never heard about most part of the species of your list... :confused:

    I am waiting forward your opinion.
     
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    By the way... i've been trying to get the description of Phrag fischerii for a wile witouth success. Do you have a copy of it Stephen or Rob?
     
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    Yes, I've got a .pdf of it. Please send me an e-mail at silence882@gmail.com and I will send it to you.
     

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