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This issue features the completion of Ronald Coleman's beautifully illustrated three-part series on the cypripediums of the United States and Canada. Part 3 discusses Cyp. arietinum, californicum, fasciculatum, guttatum, yatabeanum, and a very rare natural hybrid - × alaskanum. Gerry Walsh familiarizes us with Sarcochilus falcatus, an Australian native monopodial rarely seen in the United States and Alan Ford tells us about sustainably harvested tree fern from New Zealand - not all tree fern is endangered and controlled by CITES.
Rounding out the July issue is a follow-up Collector's Item by Brenda Oviatt and Bill Nerison (Botanica, Ltd) on their Podangis dactyloceras, Tom Mirenda discusses Macroclinium in a lushly illustrated Genus of the Month, and Sue Bottom talks us through hot humid summers and the tropical storm season. The issue also features an installment of The New Refugium Botanicum on Stenia dodsoniana including a life-like watercolor painting by Sylvia Strigari and our Orchids Illustrated features the botanical art of Leonhart Fuchs.
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