Dinh Quang DiepThu Dau Mot University · Institute of Applied Technology
Dinh Quang Diep
I am looking for plants in the natural forest that can propagate them in the nursery and apply them in landscape design.
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Dinh Quang Diep currently works at the Institute of Applied Technology, Thu Dau Mot University No. 6 Tran Van On Street, Phu Hoa Ward, Thu Dau Mot city, Binh Duong province, Vietnam; email@example.com. Diep does research in Ecology, Botany and Urban Forestry. Their most recent publication is '500 useful plants in landscape design'.
September 2020 - present
Institute of Applied Technology
- Researching on botany, biodiversity, database on botany, uses of plants in human life and health
Raphiocarpus sinovietnamicus, a new species of Gesneriaceae from China and Vietnam, is described and illustrated here. It is morphologically close to R. axillaris and R. tamdaoensis, but can be distinguished from the later two by its broadly tubular corolla tube and red to purple-red, purplish-yellow corolla outside. Detailed morphological descript...
Typhonium kbangense is described as a new species from Vietnam. It is one of eleven species recently found in central and southern Vietnam. It belongs to the pedate leaf blade group of species and is closest to T. bachmaense and T. dongnaiense, but is differentiated from the two latter by having much longer sterile flowers, not dense as in T. dongn...
Presents more than 630 plants in Vietnam by photos and icons, 500 useful plants in landscape design and gardening, more than 50% are native plants, 25 endemic plants in Vietnam. Reference to students, novice gardeners, keen enthusiasts and experts in the field
The paper provides a short review of Bulbophyllum species recorded in Laos and Vietnam during the two last decades and continues the publication of results of our successive studies of the genus in this area. It presents data on two new species for science discovered in Laos (Bulbophyllum pachypodum) and Vietnam (B. neglectipetalum), one lesser kno...
Vietnam is an important hotspot for Begonia in Southeast Asia. Due to its broad latitudinal range and varied terrain, it has developed a rich biodiversity of flora, of which the genus of Begonia is one of the most striking taxa. In this study, we provide a checklist of Begonia found in Vietnam, including a new species: B. jubar V.T.Pham & C.W.Lin,...
Presents more than 630 plants in Vietnam by photos and icons, 500 useful plants in landscape design and gardening, more than 50% are native plants, 25 endemic plants in Vietnam. Reference to students, novice gardeners, keen enthusiats and experts in the field
The paper presents new data on the orchid diversity in Vietnam obtained in 2016-2020. It contains descriptions of one genus (Apetalanthe) and two species new to science (Apetalanthe gracilis, Nervilia appressifolia), as well as one genus (Neottianthe) and four species (Calanthe tricarinata, Collabium yunnanense, Dendrobium praecinctum, Neottianthe...
A second species of Silvorchis, until now considered to be a presumably extinct monotypic genus endemic to western Java has been discovered in southern Vietnam. The species, here named as S. vietnamica, is described and illustrated, with data on its distribution, ecology, phenology and estimated conservation status. A key for identification of the...
The paper continues publication of new original data on orchid diversity in Vietnam (tribes Cymbidieae and Vandeae) obtained in 2016-2018. It includes data on 2 genera and 10 species new for the flora of Vietnam. Among them, six species are new to science (Ascocentrum hienii, Biermannia canhii, Cymbidium tamphianum, Gastrochilus setosus, Malleola l...
Thismia okhaensis is described and illustrated as a new species discovered in Ô Kha Valley, Khánh Hòa Province in central Vietnam. The new species belongs to section Sarcosiphon for having mitre-like flowers. It is allied to T. angustimitra and T. mirabilis but it differs in having a convex top mitre with three digitate furrows, involucral bracts w...
Chau Ma minority people in Cat Tien National Park have an indigenous knowledge of forest resource use which is a social potential for the rural development. From generations to generations, they have not only depended on forest resources but also summed up the experience in non-timber forest collection, firewood collection, uphill cultivation, low...