PDF | On Oct 1, , Eric Hágsater and others published Icones Orchidacearum fasc. 2: the genus Epidendrum part 1 (A century of new species in. towards uncovering part of the ungraspable diversity hidden within Colombia. The editors. Icones Colombianae 1. Next → · SPECIES ORCHIDACEARUM. Icones Orchidacearum. This series features black-and-white botanical illustrations of orchids, prepared from living plants, with analytical details of floral and.
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Lithophytic, m altitude. Leaves 7, distributed along the apical half of the stems, alternate, articulate, coriaceous, dark green above, glaucous underneath; sheaths 0.
English Fascicle 15 2 contains the remaining 32 plates of this fascicle. Epidendrum glossaspis belongs to the Amphyglottis group, Glossaspis subgroup which is recognized by the caespitose habit, simple stems, leaves oblong-lanceolate, coriaceous, bilobed and elongate peduncle of the erect, racemose inflorescence, the flowers non-resupinate, the callus simple, elongate, fleshy, sulcate towards the base.
Flowering from Janaury to June. It is very similar to Epidendrum rhombimancum from southern Ecuador and northern Peru Amazonaswhich has longer, wider leaves x 2.
Pereira, Carlos Eduardo de Britto, ed. Inflorescence apical, sessile, racemose, very orchidaceagum, nearly totally hidden within the base of the apical leaf, producing flowers in succession, one at a time.
Cerro de orcihdacearum Neblina, 5. Epiphytic, monopodial, pendant, herb, cm tall. Flowering in cultivation in April. Icones Orchidacearum, Fascicle 15 1.
Flowerssimultaneous, resupinate, yellowish green; with nocturnal sweet fragrance. Nectary penetrating two-thirds of the ovary, dilated at the base, unornamented. Floral bracts much shorter than the ovary and totally hidden by the spathe.
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Epidendrum porpax has somewhat larger plants with reclining stems, the green flowers with a lustrous, convex, reddish purple lip proportionately wider than long, the apex rounded, sepals 8. The species is recognized by orrchidacearum small, compact plants with erect stems, an orbicular-sub-quadrate lip with the apex obtuse, and linear, acute petals. Column mm long, straight, thin, with a pair of prominent wings at the apex, these yellow, slightly arched upwards, truncate, the margin rounded.
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Column 6 mm long, thin, arching. Cordillera de Huaracayo, E. Pollinia 4, ovoid, laterally compressed, caudicles soft and granulose, slightly longer than the pollinia. Other titles from Herbario Amo. La Leonera, Moreno s.
Column mm long, straight, short; apical margins forming a fleshy funnel, margin slightly erose. We have visited the country three times in the last year, working in the field and in various herbaria. Pollinia 4, obovoid, laterally compressed; caudicles as long as the pollinia, soft and granulose; viscidium semi-liquid.
Iconss penetrating only as far as the perianth, not inflated, unornamented. Epidendrum hymenodes is recognized by the caespitose, sympodial habit, tall stems with narrowly lanceolate leaves, but especially by the nutant racemose to orchidacearuk inflorescence with large scarious membranaceous bracts which completely hide the rachis, flowers produced in succession, from a recurved ovary so that the flowers are facing downwards at anthesis; the flowers are pale green, floral bracts very large, mm long.
It is amazing to continue finding numerous new orchid species in such a well-botanized country as Ecuador, where I have had the opportunity to collect for nearly 30 years with Calaway H.
Without data, Weidmann s. Anther sub- spherical, 4-celled. Column 3 mm long, short, straight, thin at the base and gradually widened towards the apex, with a triangular tooth on each side at the apex.
Clinandrium-hood much reduced, margin entire. Icones Orchidacearum, Fascicle 9.
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