Cephalanthera erecta

* ''Cephalanthera erecta'' fo. ''subaphylla'' (Miyabe & Kudô) M. Hiroe, 1971 | synonyms = * ''Serapias erecta'' Thunb. * ''Cymbidium erectum'' (Thunb.) Sw., 1800 * ''Epipactis erecta'' (Thunb.) Sw., 1805 * ''Limodorum erectum'' (Thunb.) Kuntze, 1891 * ''Cephalanthera nanlingensis'' A.Q.Hu & F.W.Xing, 2009 of ''C. erecta'' var. ''erecta'' * ''Cephalanthera elegans'' Schltr., 1919 * ''Cephalanthera erecta'' var. ''szechuanica'' Schltr. ex H. Limpr., 1922 * ''Cephalanthera szechuanica'' Schltr., 1924 * ''Cephalanthera shizuoi'' F.Maek., 1936 * ''Cephalanthera alpicola'' var. ''shizuoi'' (F.Maek.) T.Hashim., 1987 of ''C. erecta'' fo. ''subaphyla'' * ''Cephalanthera subaphylla'' Miyabe & Kudô, 1932 }}

''Cephalanthera erecta'' , the erect cephalanthera (Japanese: ''gin-ran'', the "silver orchid", and Chinese: ''yin lan''), is a species of terrestrial orchid. It is found in China, Japan, Korea, Kuril Islands, Bhutan, Assam and eastern Himalayas.

The tiny-leaved form ''subaphylla'' obtains most of its carbon via mycoheterotrophy. It is associated mainly with Thelephoraceae fungi. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Lan, Yin.
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