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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Flower single, resupinate, fleshy, sepals, petals and column pale yellowish green; lip green, the disc green or largely wine-red, lustrous, except for the green margin and base around the calli which are white; without fragrance.
Orchieacearum Orchidacearum, Fascicle Keep up-to-date with NHBS products, news and offers. Flowering in March- June. However, its size, the complexity of its mountainous systems, and geographical position, flanked by the Atlantic and Paci c Oceans, and with Andean, Central American and Amazonian influences, suggest that it must be much more diverse than orchivacearum of the surrounding countries.
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 orchiacearum 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.
Without data, Weidmann s. Customer Reviews Review this book. In addition, we contacted the collector Wayt W. Leavesdistributed nearly throughout the stem, spreading, articulate, alternate, unequal in size, the basal ones smaller, sub-coriaceous; sheaths 3. Stems branching near the apex when mature, new branches produced in succession from the sub-apical internodes of the previous stems, cane-like, terete, thin; primary stem 10 x 0.
LCDP and photo voucher. Floral bracts 4 x 3 mm, much shorter than the ovary, triangular-lanceolate, acute, embracing. Inflorescence cm long, apical, simple, distichous, arching, laxly few-flowered; peduncle x 1 mm, thin, laterally compressed; rachis terete, thin, slightly sinuous. The following species are all found in the same general area and have a very similar plant habit.
Flowersfleshy, non-resupinate, simultaneous, greenish orange; fragrance not registered. It is very similar to Iconed apaganoides D. Boufford,Index to the vascular plant types collected by H.
Lip x mm, united to the column, 3-lobed, base deeply cordate, margins entire; bicallose, the calli prominent, somewhat laterally compressed, digitiform, slightly oblique, divergent, corners somewhat rounded, the disc with three distinct fleshy, verrucose ridges in front; lateral lobes 8 x 9.
Floral bract mm long, triangular, embracing, much shorter than the ovary. Similar to Epidendrum ibaguense Kunth, but the flowers larger, generally red-orange, with the column violet-red, the sides of the apex white, the calli and mid-rib yellow, and found exclusively on granitic outcrops along the Orinoco river and its tributaries.
Terrestrial and epiphytic, sympodial, caespitose, erect herb, ca. Known presently only from the type. Without data, Auguste de Saint-HilaireP! About this book Language: Catalogue of the Vascular Plants of Ecuador.
Epidendrum microporpax belongs to the Porpax Group, which is characterized by the sympodial, somewhat repent habit, usually forming large mats, short, cane-like stems with very fleshy, succulent, articulate, distichous leaves, single-flowered inflorescence, sessile flowers, and the lip generally reddish purple. Petals 10 x 3 mm, partly spreading, narrowly rhombic, acute, 3-veined, margin entire, spreading.
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Terrestrial, growing at m altitude in boggy meadows. Nevertheless, an extrapolation from neighboring countries suggests we should expect at least double the number of species that have been registered so far.
The fact that the only Andean Orchid Conference held outside of Ecuador was, very fruitfully, celebrated in Cali is certainly an indicator of this progress.
Dodson,Epidendrum veroreveloi, in E.
Pollinia 4, obovoid; caudicles soft and granulose, longer than the pollinia. Column 5 mm long, straight, iicones, without wings, papillose mainly towards the apex. Conservation Methods for Terrestrial Orchids.
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Anther spherical, unornamented, 4-celled. Lip x mm, united to the column, 3- lobed, sub-obreniform, with a short, wide, triangular mid-lobe in the sinus, apically the lateral and mid lobes reach an imaginary straight line, horizontally revolute in natural position; bicallose, the calli small, disc with prominent, radiating, thickened veins; lateral lobes 8.
Inflorescence apical, sessile, racemose, very short, nearly totally hidden within the base of orchixacearum apical leaf, producing flowers in succession, one at a time. Epidendrum hymenodes is recognized by the caespitose, sympodial habit, tall stems with narrowly lanceolate leaves, but especially by the nutant racemose to paniculate 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.
Stems cane-like, icnes above, terete, erect, straight, thick, the primary stem ca. Floral bracts mm long, half as long as the ovary, narrowly triangular, acuminate.
Clinandrium-hood prominent, surpassing the apex of the column body, deeply dentate.