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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Leaves [1], aggregate towards orchidacsarum apex of the pseudobulb, coriaceous, articulate; blade 7. Lip x mm, united to the column, bilobed, convex, base cordate, reniform, icoones, apex somewhat emarginate, margin erose-dentate; bicallose, the calli prominent, globose; disc with 3 sub-acute ribs, the lateral pair much shorter than the prominent central rib which disappears at the middle of the lip.

Santiago, which has thick terete leaves, which would seem better adapted to the windswept habitat. Epiphytic, caespitose, sympodial herb cm tall including the flower. Santiago has large plants, chartaceous, elliptic leaves with the veins clearly marked, x cm.

Icones Orchidacearum Peruviarum [Drawings 1-200]

Petals 9 x 1 mm, descending, free, linear-oblanceolate, apex rounded, 1-veined, margin spreadinf, entire. Epidendrum kerryae belongs to the difforme group which is characterized by the caespitose, sympodial plants, fleshy light green to glaucous leaves, apical inflorescence without any spathe, sessile, rarely with a short peduncle, one-flowered to corymbose, fleshy, and flowers green to yellowish-green, rarely white.

Chuguinda, m, hort. See note by Julian A. Pollinia 4, bird-wing like, caudicles laminar, viscidium semi-liquid, transparent. Ovary mm long, terete, thin, slightly ventrally inflated along the apical half. The species is recognized by the pink purple flowers, with the large callus white, flowers large, sepals mm long, straight, the petals straight, linear-triangular 1 mm wide at the base, and the lip formed by 3, sub-parallel lobes, the lateral lobes about half as long as the entire lip, sub-rhombic, acuminate.


Epidendrum homeieri does not appear to belong to any of the known groups, and thus we establish a new Homeieri Group characterized by the cane-like stems, produced in succession from below the middle of the previous stem, inflorescence laxly few-flowered, distichous, with a laterally compressed, ancipitose, two-winged peduncle, subtended by a large spathe, tubular at base, acute; the flowers have the lip partially united to the column, somewhat less than half the length of the column, lip entire, ecallose, with 3 ribs on the disc.

Column mm long, slightly curved downwards, apex obliquely truncate. Leavesalternate; sheath 1. Nectary wide, shallow, without penetrating the pedicel.

Ovary 16 mm long, terete, smooth. Flowers numerous, densely crowded, successive, though many can be open at one time, non-resupinate, sepals and petals crimson red, the lip pink, callus yellow, the edges white; without fragrance.

The flowers are reminiscent of Epidendrum hassleri Cogn. Christenson,Epidendrum apaganoides, Icon. Digital images of pretype, AMO! The name Enda orchidacearhm a Celtic word for bird. Santiago,Epidendrum odontospathum, in E.

Longino,Global warming, elevational range shifts and lowland biotic attrition in the wet tropics. The Genus Epidendrum, Part 12; Icon. Ovary 15 x 2 mm, terete, thin, striated, lime green.

Icones Orchidacearum Peruviarum Drawings by Bennett, D.e.; Chritenson, E.a.

Pollinia, 4, obovoid, laterally compressed; caudicles soft and granulose, twice as long as the pollinia. Floral bracts mm long, shorter than the ovary except for the basal flowerlinear, acuminate, 1-veined, papiraceous, embracing, gradually smaller towards the apex of the rachis. Rioja-Pomacochas road, below Venceremos, ca.


The species is recognized by the elliptic, acute leaves, resupinate, dark wine-red flowers, the base of the column dark green, clinandrium-hood white, lip 3-lobed, base deeply cordate, margin entire throughout, mid-lobe bilobed, lateral lobes transversely ovate-elliptic, about 3 times larger than the apical hemi-orbicular lobes bicallose, the calli prominent, laterally compressed, sub- quadrate, laminar, orchidacearmu oblique, corners somewhat rounded, leaning towards each other in natural position, the disc with three distinct fleshy, verrucose ridges in front.

Santiago but the sepals dorsally pustulate vs. Inflorescence cm long, apical, racemose, producing new racemes with time and thus pluri-racemose, each raceme compact, densely many-flowered; peduncle long, elongate, terete, covered by several bracts, tubular, acute, partly imbricated, brown.

Orchidaearum of Yacota [Yotoco? Keep up-to-date with NHBS products, news and offers. Brazil, Ecuador and Perushares the deeply fimbriate-laciniate outer margin the lateral lobes of the lip, but produces the inflorescence from the immature stem rarely maturethe peduncle is covered by only tubular, conduplicate, imbricating bracts and the petals are slightly wider, mm wide. Pollinia 4, obovoid; caudicles nearly as long as the pollinia, granular.

Terrestrial, monopodial, sub-apically branching, erect herb, cm tall. Anther 2 x 1. Santiago, but the flowers greenish yellow, concolor, base of lip cordate, lateral lobes dolabriform, apex rounded; mid-lobe evidently constricted in the middle, apical margin of petals denticulate. Without locality, Lourens Grobler, as E. Pollinia 4, sub-globose; caudicles 2, longer than the pollinia, granulose; viscidium semi-liquid.

Leavesaggregate towards the apex of the stem, alternate; sheaths 5- 23 x 0. Chapada dos Veadeiros, ca.