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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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In honor of Dr. The type specimen had only three pollinia, which is unusual for this group of species, the normal number being four. Leavesdistributed throughout the apical third of the stem, sheaths tubular, striated when dry, blade x cm, oblong-elliptic, apex obtuse, margin entire, coriaceous.

CLM includes long-form articles, events listings, publication reviews, new product information and updates, reports of conferences and letters. Ovary mm long, terete, thin, smooth. Leaves from the main stem not seen, on the secondary branches, distributed throughout the stems, 4 on the tertiary branches, persistent at the apex of the branches, articulate, distichous, coriaceous, very rigid, sub-parallel to the stem, unequal in size and shape; sheaths x mm, tubular, rugose; blade 3.

Inflorescence cm long, apical, racemose at first flowering, slightly arching; peduncle 27 cm long, laterally compressed, straight, totally covered by 6 tubular bracts cm long, in addition to apical bracts mm long, narrowly triangular, acuminate, spreading. Ovary mm long, terete, not inflated, striated reddish purple.


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Through this publication we will attempt to: Chapada dos Veadeiros, ca. The species is recognized by the straggling vegetative habit, delicate, grass-like, linear leaves to 6. Pollinia 4, obovoid; caudicles nearly as long as the pollinia, granular.

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Ovary x 0. The species is recognized by the single, successive, large flowers, disc of the lip with somewhat thickened central veins on the lip, clinandrium hood prominent, its margin entire, ovary forming a prominent vesicule behind the periant, and the trigonous pedicellate ovary dorsally flat. The interest in biodiversity in recent years has become much greater in Colombia, and support for research is on the rise.

Sepals x mm, free, spreading, fleshy, narrowly ovate, apex acute, 5-veined, margin entire, spreading; lateral sepals oblique, slightly falcate. Petals 15 x 2 mm, free, reflexed, descendant, elliptic, oblique, minutely apiculate, 3-veined, glabrous, apical margin denticulate, strongly revolute. Nectary shallow, without penetrating the ovary, pubescent in front of the stigmatic cavity, the pubescence reclining backwards. Catalogue of the Vascular Plants of Ecuador. Known presently only from cultivated material originating in Bolivia, without locality.

Epiphyte, humid forest, ca. Inflorescence cm long, apical, racemose to pluri-racemose, producing new racemes in successive years from the same pedunclue, erect, laxly few-flowered; peduncle cm long, terete, thin, erect, purple-brown, concolor, nearly totally hidden by the spathe; rachis cm long, terete, thin straight, same color as the peduncle.


Column mm long, straight, thin, long. About this book Language: Other titles from Herbario Amo. Epidendrum luceroae belongs to the Polythallum Group, recognized by the monopodial, much branched stems, with a tall primary stem, numerous secondary and tertiary stems and the numerous shorter flowers stems, the nodding inflorescence bears only pale yellow flowers, lip 3-lobed, bicallose, with 5 parallel ribs on the disc, which merge into a much-thickened mid-rib.

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It is very similar to Epidendrum rhombimancum from southern Ecuador and northern Peru Amazonaswhich has longer, wider leaves x 2. Epidendrum megalemmum belongs to the Coilostylis Group which is characterized by the sympodial, caespitose plants, the stems forming a fusiform, heteroblastic pseudobulb, with an apical, racemose, distichous, inflorescence, the peduncle covered by large bracts, and flowers large, star-shaped, with long, narrow sepals iconss petals.

Inflorescence cm long, apical, simple, distichous, arching, laxly few-flowered; peduncle x 1 mm, thin, laterally compressed; rachis terete, thin, slightly sinuous.

Conservation Methods for Terrestrial Orchids. Though the early expeditions to Mt. Wild Orchids of the Cotswolds.

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