Various Abstracts & Articles


Endangered Orchid
San Diego County Orchid Society
Costa Rican Zygopetalinae
Terrestrial Orchid Fungi
Mycorrhizal Associations
Endemic Orchid Flora
Australian Orchids
Terrestrial Orchids
New York

How to Cite

Authors, V. (2005). Various Abstracts & Articles. Selbyana, 26(1/2), 304–315. Retrieved from


Includes the following articles: An Integrated Approach to Conservation of a Critically Endangered Orchid By: Nigel Swarts, Andrew Batty, Mark Brundrett and Kingsley Dixon; Conservation and Carpology of Orchids By: Finn N. Rasmussen; Conservation Grants Program of the San Diego County Orchid Society By: Peter S. Tobias; Costa Rican Zygopetalinae: Conservation Assumptions from Taxonomic Information By: Franco Pupulin; Detecting Terrestrial Orchid Fungi in Soils By: Mark Brundrett, Andrew Batty and Ailsa Scade; Ecology, Conservation, and Mycorrhizal Associations of Orchids from the Kimberley Region of Western Australia By: Nura Abdul Karim, Russell Barrett, Kingsley Dixon and Krishnapillai Sivasithamparam; Ex-Situ Establishment and Germplasm Storage for Terrestrial Orchids By: A.L. Batty, K.W. Dixon, M. Brundrett and K. Sivasithamparam; Histological Development of Symbiotic Bletia urbana: an Endangered Terrestrial Orchid from Mexico By: M.P. Ortega-Larrocea, E. Sandoval Zapotitla, C. Guzmán Ramos and V.M. Chávez-Avila; How Do Red Lists Help Plant Conservation? A Case Study of the Endemic Orchid Flora of Ecuador By: Lorena Endara; How to Maintain Orchid Diversity in a Highly Urbanized Country Such as The Netherlands By: J.H. Willems; Integrated Conservation of Australian Orchids: A Local and Global Perspective By: K.W. Dixon and A.L. Batty; Metapopulation Dynamics in an Epiphytic Herb: Variation in Extinction and Colonization Rates and Distance from Closest Occupied Patch By: Raymond L. Tremblay, Elvia Meléndez-Ackerman and Durrell Kapan; Mycorrhizal Associations of Terrestrial Orchids: Brief Encounters and Lasting Relationships By: Yumiko Bonnardeaux, Mark Brundrett, Andrew Batty, Kingsley Dixon and Krishnapillai Sivasithamparam; Mycorrhizal Controls on Orchid Abundance along Forest Successional Gradients in Upstate New York: Implications for Management in Fragmented Landscapes By: J. Hope Hornbeck, T.R. Horton and D.J. Leopold Wild Love Affair: Essence of Florida's Native Orchids By: Connie Bransilver

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