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Orchid Species: Liparis correana

Kew currently accepted name is Liparis loeselii

Liparis correana is an orchid species identified by (W.P.C.Barton) Spreng. in 1826. Culture information and photos for this orchid are commonly detailed under the currently accepted name of Liparis loeselii.
Liparis (Lip.)
(W.P.C.Barton) Spreng.
ORIGIN: Found in Great Britain, Norway, Sweden, Finland, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, Czechloslavakia, Austria, Hungary, Switzerland, Italy, Yugoslavia, Greece, Bulgaria, Romania, Poland, Belarus, Ukraine, western Russia, central Russia, eastern Russia, western Siberia, Kazakistan, Northwest Territories, Br. Colombia, Manitoba, Saskatchuan, Ontario, Quebec, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Washington, Montana, Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Wisconson, Missouri, Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Massachusets, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, Tennesee, North Carolina, Arkansas, Alabama and Mississippi at elevations up to 900 meters.

DESCRIPTION: Small sized, cold growing terrestrial orchid that occurs in fens and marshes with ovoid pseudobulbs, enveloped by dry sheaths, carrying 2 oblong or elliptic, acute or obtuse, glossy green leaves that are keeled below and blooms in the late spring and early summer on an erect, to 10 [25 cm] long, racemose, loosely few to several flowered inflorescence with successive opening flowers occurring over a long period.

FLOWER SIZE: 3/8 inch [1 cm] -- information provided by Jay Pfahl, author of the Internet Orchid Species Encyclopedia (IOSPE).
Other Names
Genus Name Genus Grex Name Year Author
Add+ Liparis Lip bifolia 1889 St.-Lag. in A.Cariot
Add+ Liparis Lip loeselii 1817 (L.) Rich.
Add+ Liparis Lip sachalinensis 1931 Nakai
Add+ Malaxis Mal correana 1815 W.P.C.Barton
Add+ Leptorkis Leptorkis loeselii 1893 (L.) MacMill.
Add+ Malaxis Mal loeselii 1800 (L.) Sw.
Add+ Paliris Paliris loeselii 1827 (L.) Dumort.
Add+ Anistylis Anistylis lutea 1825 Raf.
Add+ Cymbidium Cym loeselii 1799 (L.) Sw.
Add+ Malaxis Mal longifolia 1818 (Rolfe) L.O.Williams
Add+ Mesoptera Mesoptera loeselii 1833 (L.) Raf.
Add+ Ophrys Oph pulchella 1796 Salisb.
Add+ Ophrys Oph trigona 1792 Gilib.
Add+ Orchis Orchis loeselii 1892 (L.) MacMill.
Add+ Pseudorchis Pse loeselii 1822 (L.) Gray
Add+ Serapias Srps loeselii 1800 (L.) Hoffm.
Add+ Sturmia Sturmia loeselii 1826 (L.) Rchb.
Add+ Ophrys Oph loeselii 1753 L.
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