Prof. Annalee S. Hadsall is MNH's curator for orchids and epiphytes. She is an Assistant Professor 7 at the Institute of Biological Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, UPLB.

Prof. Hadsall is a plant systematist and has an MS Botany (1985) from UPLB.

Her research interests include morpho-anatomical diversity of indigenous Philippine orchids; biodiversity studies of Mt. Isarog (documentation, conservation); and phytogeographical patterns of epiphytes.

Selected Publications

Kloppenburg, Robert Dale, Simeona V. Siar, Jennelyn M. Carandang, and Annalee S. Hadsall. "Hoya ilagii, another new species (Apocynaceae, Asclepiadoideae) from Luzon Island, Philippines." Asia Life Sciences 20, no. 2 (2011).

Barcelona, Julie F., Mary Ann O. Cajano, and Annalee S. Hadsall. "Rafflesia baletei, another new Rafflesia (Rafflesiaceae) from the Philippines." Kew Bulletin (2006): 231-237.

Gruezo, W.Sm. & A.C.Soligam. 1990. Identity and Germination of Seeds from Feces of Paradoxurus. Nat. Hist. Bull. Of the Siam Soc. 38:69-82.