Ten new species of plants found this year

Ten new species of plants found this year

People researching and conserving plants have discovered many rare species of plants over the past several years. Speaking of the year 2018, scientists of the Royal Botanic Garden, located in London’s Qt, discovered more than 100 new plants. Aia Lebie, professor of Sierra Leone’s National Botany Museum, saw a plant near the spring of Sierra Leone, which was sticking to the waterfall of the spring. They gathered the sample of that plant and sent it to the cue. Here the plant is recognized as a new species. The name of this plant was named Leibia Grandiflora after the name of Aya Lebie. Aiyya Lebie told the BBC: “This plant is very different from the rest of the plants, because of the separation from the plants coming out of the water itself, I saw it, and now my name has been added to it forever. “

This plant is considered a very rare and extinct plant. It has been found in an area where there is a danger of mining and hydro-electric projects. Because of this, scientists believe that these plants can be extinct in a few years. Professor Lebie says, “Every species of plants on Earth is very important for our survival. If we say we will not protect them, then it will mean that we are going to lose our world. “

Bug eater or worm-eaten plants

Nepenthes Biak

Nepenthes Biak

There are more than 150 species of plants that are eating pitcher plant in the world. Another similar pitcher plant has been discovered in Indonesia’s small island called Biak. Its name is named Nepenthes Biak. The actual loss of these plants started to occur when the ships of the tourist started to stop on the island. Dr. Martin Cheek, the botanist of Q says in this regard, “It is believed that tourists must have tried to make a way for themselves, due to which these plants were broken. These plants need to be preserved. “Dr. Martin Cheek says that it is our job to save these plants for the future. These pitcher plants are used to make a variety of medicines.

Cancer survivor

Kindia Gangan

Kindia Gangan

The name of this new plant is Kindia Gangan, it is a species of coffee. The scientists of this plant Q have found during a field trip in the city of Kendia in western Africa. Scientists have found that this plant has medicinal properties which can prove to be effective in the treatment of cancer.

Orchid smuggled through forests

Slipper Orchid

Slipper Orchid

Laos found that the magnificent orchid plant This plant was being smuggled out of the forest. It is also called Slipper Orchid and scientists named it Pfipopedilum Papilio-Laotious. This is a very rare plant.

An old photo came from Zimikand

Dieskoriya Hartreri

Dieskoriya Hartreri

The zodiacal plant rising upwards, which is used in many parts of the world as a fruit. This plant was first seen in a photograph which was sent to Q in the year 2002. After more than a decade many samples associated with this plant were added. The name of this flower of purple flowers was named Dioscoria Hartari, which was found in six places in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. These include species of extinction.

Swinging flower of Vietnam

Auriocheris Trybrektita

Auriocheris Trybrektita

This is a new species of plant named Auriocheris Trybrektita. It was seen in North Vietnam. Later scientists also planted it in the UK.

Rainforest trees

Taalbotela Cheeki

Taalbotela Cheeki

A tree was seen growing in the rainforest of West Africa. In the spring this tree has seen pink flowers. The name of this plant was named Talbotelya Chei and the world of science was unaware of it by the year 2015.

Allspice

Allspice

Allspice

This tree, called Pimenta, is associated with Alpsyes (this is a pepper-like masala) which is used as a spice used in food. Apart from this, it is also used in beauty products.

Pink flower plant

Pink flower plant

Pink flower plant

The pink flower was seen in the valley of Bolivia.

Extinct trees
A tree found in Cameroon was found only in the forests of Bamenda hills. It is believed that due to the construction work here, this tree has become extinct.

Lopamudra Roy Editor

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