Please forgive the slight inconvenience in creating a new account. Due to juvenile delinquents spamming garbage to the site, we had to install a "Captcha", which can differentiate a spam bot from a human. Once you open your account, confirm it by returning the email, and identifying yourself, we will give you edit privileges. Just request them by leaving a message at click here.
| This article needs additional citations for verification.
Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed </td>
</tr> </table>. (December 2010) }} Script error
Monomeria barbata, commonly called "Kam Pu Ma" in Thai, is a small orchid that grows as an epiphyte or is sometimes found as lithophyte. It grows in rainforests 1,600-2,000 m above sea level. It is used in traditional Chinese medicine for treating coughs, pulmonary tuberculosis and trauma.Script error
Monomeria barbata was originally discovered in Nepal. This species is increasingly rare in the wild. It is found in the rain forests of Burma, Nepal, Vietnam, north-east India, China (Yunnan and Xizang provinces) and Thailand.