Dendrobium officinale Kimura et Migo

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Morphological characteristics
Dendrobium officinale Kimura et Migo Is an orchid herb. Stems erect, cylindrical, 9-35 cm long, 2–4 mm in thick, unbranched, with multiple nodes, 1-3-1.7 cm internodes, often 3-5 above middle leaves 3-5 leaves; leaf two , Papery, oblong-lanceolate, 3-4 (-7) cm long, 9-11 (-15) mm wide, apex obtusely and somewhat hooked, base degenerate to sheath of stipe, margin and middle rib Often with lavender; leaf sheath often purplish purple, with its old edge and the stem loose from the old and open, and the festival left a ring of Cyanide gap.
Occurred often from the top of the fallen leaves of the old stems issued, with 2-3 flowers; inflorescences stems 5-10 mm long, basally 2-3 short sheaths; inflorescence axis fold-back bend, 2-4 cm long; Bracts membranous, pale white, ovate, 5-7 mm long, apex obtuse; pedicels and ovary 2-2.5 cm; sepals and petals yellowish green, subequaling, oblong-lanceolate, ca. 1.8 cm , 4-5 mm wide, apex acute, with 5 veins; lateral sepals broadly basal, ca. 1 cm wide; calyx sac conical, ca. 5 mm, distal rounded; lip white, base with 1 green Or yellow corpus callosum, ovate-lanceolate, slightly shorter than sepals, middle reflexed, apex acute, not cracked or inconspicuous 3-lobed, with a purple stripe on both sides of the central below, Protruding hair, and in the middle with a purple patches; pistil yellowish green, ca. 3 mm, apex on both sides of a purple point; pistil foot yellow-green with purple stripes, sparse hair Cap white, long ovate-triangular, ca. 2.3 mm, apically acute and 2-lobed.
Flowering from March to June.
Growing habits
Dendrobium suitable for cool, moist, air-conditioned environment.
Born in 1600 meters above sea level in the mountains of semi-damp rock, hi warm and humid climate and half-Yin Yang environment, not cold.
Geographical distribution
They are distributed in the southwest of Anhui Province in China (Dabieshan), eastern Zhejiang (Yin County, Tiantai, Xianju), western Fujian (Ninghua), northwestern Guangxi (Tian’e), Sichuan and southeastern Yunnan (Shek Ping, Wenshan, Malipo , West domain).