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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The Book of Orchids. Column 5 mm long, straight, thin, without wings, papillose mainly towards the apex. About Help Blog Jobs Welcome to our new website. Leaves those of the primary stem not seen, on the branches, aggregated towards the apex of each stem, sub-erect, alternate, articulate, somewhat canaliculate especially towards the conduplicate base, dark green with the margin reddish, shiny above, glaucous on the underside; sheath mm long, tubular, striated, reddish brown; blade 1.

Flowering in May to December in the field.

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Paulo, without collector, W ! Terrestrial, monopodial, sub-apically branching, erect herb, cm tall.

Presently known from a single cultivated plant, from the Macizo Colombiano in the department of Cauca, Colombia. The new species is recognized by the pure white flowers, with the large callus white, flowers large, sepals 22 mm long, straight, petals 3-veined, 1.

Los Angeles, California, M. About this book Language: Petals 10 x 0. Flowering between October and March. Customer Reviews Review this book. Pollinia, 4, obovoid, laterally compressed; caudicles soft and granulose, twice as long as the pollinia.

Nectary short, without penetrating the pedicellate ovary, wide, unornamented. Ovary 33 mm long, terete, thin, not inflated, unornamented. Column 4 mm long, base thin and thickened vertically, apex truncate. The Book of Orchids. The species appears to be widespread, but locally rare.


Epidendrum megalophyllostachyum belongs to the Macrostachyum Group, which is characterized by the monopodial plants with sub-apical branching, rugose leaf sheaths, large leaves generally spreading, racemose, erect inflorescence, and fleshy flowers generally green to black ripe olive coloredas well as yellow to pink to purple, with an entire, conduplicate, generally ecallose and pubescent lip embracing the column, and the nectary pubescent to papillose in front of the stigmatic cavity and at least at the base of the lip.

orchiracearum Petals x 0. The species is widespread along the eastern slope the Andes in southern Colombia and Ecuador. Column 9 mm long, straight. Sepals 22 x 4 mm, spreading, free, linear-elliptic, falcate, acuminate, margin entire, dorsal sepal 7-veined, lateral sepals 5-veined. Ovary mm long, sub-triquetrous, thin, verrucose, not inflated.

Similar red-flowered species are: Terrestrial, monopodial, erect, herb, cm tall, branching ucones. Diamantina, m, Euler Menezes Menezes s. Known only from a single cultivated plant from Colombia, Department of Cauca, in the Macizo Colombiano, m altitude. The photographer Luis F.

Icones Orchidacearum Peruviarum [Drawings 1-200]

In tackling the Paniculatum sub-group, the authors also took on the Brazilian species which have often been confused with that species, but represent a different group, the Densiflorum Group. The digital images of all these collections now holds overimages. Known presently along the Orinoco River basin, from La Urbana to Isla Nericagua, on both margins of the Orinoco along the border between Colombia Vichada and Venezuela Amazonas ; and also along rivers in Bolivar and Amazonas from represa El Guri south; lithophytic, on igneous, granitic rock, m altitude.

The holotype of E. Anther obovoid, the apex acute, 4-celled, greenish brown, with a yellow terminal mid-rib.


Epidendrum morganii Dodson has a widely cordiform, entire lip, sepals m long, petals 1-veined. Leavesequally distributed throught the stem; sheath 3. Browse titles from Herbario Amo. Similar to Epidendrum fruticetorum Schltr. American Orchid Society, Miami. Inflorescence apical, sessile, sub-corymbose, flowering only once.

Rostellum near the apex of the column, slit. Terrestrial and epiphytic, scandent, sympodial, erect herb, cm tall. Lip x mm, united to the column, reniform, base deeply cordate, slightly 3-lobed; bicallose, with a central, rounded keel that reaches the apex of the lip, fleshy; disc concave, margins revolute; lateral lobes sub-obovate, retrorse, inner margin entire, outer margin lacerate; mid-lobe very short, transversely sub-rectangular, apical margin entire, lateral margins lacerate; the lip may be entire, base deeply cordate, and apex, triangular, acute, as seems at the southern distribution range see sketch of type of E.

Garay,as Epidendrum imthurnii, in Venez. The new species, till now has only produced racemose inflorescences, cm long, apical, 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, sepals are mm long, ochre-green with an ivory-white lip, lateral lobes ovate-dolabriform, sepals and ovary scarcely and minutely verrucose, and the disc of the lip with 3 ribs.

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Flowered April to June. Hooker,The botany of the Roraima expedition ofTrans. Widespread along the Amazon slope of the Andes in Peru, at m altitude, in disturbed forest, epiphytic at m altitude.