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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Icones Colombianae 1 – SPECIES ORCHIDACEARUM
Medina,Epidendrum xelidonourum, in E. Soto,Epidendrum, in Pridgeon, A.
Flowers up to 10, opening in succession, 3 open at one time, resupinate, fleshy, dark wine-purple, the base of the column green, the clinandrium icknes white; fragrance not registered. Similar to Epidendrum pittieri Ames, but the flowers creamy white, dorsally tinged purple, lip convex with the lateral lobes hemi-elliptic, sepals with the apex acuminate.
Los Angeles, California, M. The species has been confused with E.
Terrestrial and epiphytic, sympodial, caespitose, erect herb, cm tall including the inflorescence. Column 9 mm long, thick, straight, glabrous.
Icones Orchidacearum Peruviarum [Drawings 1-200]
Leavesequally distributed throught the stem; sheath 3. Flowering from September to November. Stem x 0. Pollinia 4, semi-orbicular, laterally compressed, the side next to the caudicles straight; caudicles soft and granulose, slightly longer than the pollinia; viscidium semi-liquid.
Leimebamba, Salas Guerrero s. Pollinia 4, obovoid, laterally compressed, caudicles longer than the pollinia, formed by tetrads which appear as stacked roof-tiles. From the Latin aquaticus, living in water, as many of the species of this group, they are often found in shallow soggy to aquatic conditions.
Nectary shallow, barely penetrating the ovary, pubescent in front of orchidacearim stigmatic cavity, pubescence reclining backwards towards the base of the nectary.
Lithophytic, sympodial, caespitose, erect, herb to cm tall including the inflorescence. Dodson,Epidendrum aureoglobiflorum in E. Pollinia 4, obovoid, laterally compressed; caudicles not seen. Known presently only iconws the type. Column 5 mm long, short, straight, thick, the apex bidentate. Roots mm thick, from the base of the basal stems, fleshy. Martin, SieberW! Floral bracts mm long, prominent, as long as the ovary, triangular, acuminate, embracing, divaricate, somewhat recurved.
Nectary shallow, barely penetrating the base of the perianth, pubescent in front oechidacearum the stigma, the pubescence reclining inwards. 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.
Flower single, resupinate, sepals, petals and column pale yellowish green, tinged reddish purple; lip pale green with a pale wine-red spot on the disc; calli and mid-rib pale orchidwcearum without fragrance.
Sepals x 2. Sepals x 4 mm, spreading, free, linear-elliptic, acuminate, 7-veined, margin entire. Leavesaggregate towards the apex of the stem, alternate; sheaths 5- 23 x 0. Surroundings of Chiguinda, ca. Epiphytic, caespitose, sympodial, dwarf, repent, herb, 2. Flowering from September to December. Jcones honor of Dr. Without locality, Jenny s. CLM includes long-form articles, events listings, publication reviews, new product information and updates, reports of conferences and letters.