|Botanical Name||Acrochaene punctata Lindl.|
India-Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, West Bengal.
|IUCN Status||CITES, Appendix-II|
|Morphological Description||Pseudobulbs are 2.5-4.2x2-2.5 cm ovoid, usually 4 ribbed, glabrous with aging arising from a 6 mm diameter, rhiozome at an interval of 3-4 cm. Inflorescence are 9-11 cm long from the base of the pseudobulb. Flowers are yellowish-green, dotted and streaked with purple brown. Lip 6.7-7.2x2.5-3 cm, with short sigmoid claw.|
|Key Characters||Yellowish green dotted and streaked with purple brown flowers.|
|Duration of Flowering||NA|
|Spike Length||9-11 cm|
|Special Characters||Pseudobulbs are closely arranged and have start rhizome with thick roots.|