|Thismia clavigeroides Chantanaorr. & Seelanan,|
in Chantanaorrapint & Seelanan, 2021.
พิศวงเขาหลัก || DOI: 10.1600/036364421X16128061189468
Photographed by S. Chantanaorrapint.
Thismia clavigeroides is described and illustrated as a new species from southern Thailand. The new species is characterized by coralliform roots, whitish-gray flowers, reflexed outer perianth lobes, inner perianth lobes forming a mitre with three slender claviform appendages, inner surface of floral tube possessing transverse bars, and the apex of stamen bearing three triangular lobes. A taxonomic description, illustrations of the new species, and a comparison with the related species are presented.
Thismia clavigeroides Chantanaorr. & Seelanan, sp. nov.
Etymology— The new species is named after the great morphological similarity to T. clavigera.