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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Roots mm in diameter, basal, fleshy, thick. It is similar to Epidendrum ibaguense Kunth, which is similar in every way, but has smaller flowers, sepals being 12 mm long, column 8 mm long, orange-red, the lip orange with some dots on the disc, column orange-red, sometimes orange towards the apex; this species is found exclusively in the highlands of northern Colombia ocones the Cordillera Central and Cordillera Oriental.

A great many of the species are from Mesoamerica but South American species are also illustrated. The species is recognized by the linear- lanceolate, acute leaves 3.

Floral bracts mm long, half as long as the ovary, narrowly triangular, acuminate. The Genus Epidendrum, Part 2, Icon. The species is recognized by the laterally compressed stems, shorter narrower leaves 6. Leavesdistributed throughout the stems; sheaths 2.

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Browse titles from Herbario Amo. The species is recognized but the branching stems, branches Lip x mm, united to the column, reniform to sub-quadrate-obovate, somewhat emarginate, apex revolute, margin entire; bicallose, the calli elongate.

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Pacific slope of Cordillera Occidental, rec. Lip x mm, united to the column, deeply 3-lobed, base truncate at slightly cordate; bicallose, the calli laminar, prominent; lateral lobes x 3. Floral bracts mm long, prominent, sometimes slightly longer than the ovary, linear-lanceolate, acuminate, embracing. From the Latin alsus, fresh, luxuriant. From the Latin carnosus, flesh-colored, fleshy, in reference to the floral segments which are fleshy and rigid, as in all species of this group.


Clinandrium-hood prominent, surpassing the apex of the body of the column, entire, funnel-shaped, iconfs erose. Epidendrum clavadista belongs to the Herrenhusanum Group, recognized by the caespitose, sympodial habit, the erect racemose inflorescence subtended by a narrow, long spathe, and non-resupinate flowers. Saralle, 4 VQuestelP!

Epiphyte, humid forest, ca. Anther obovoid, the apex acute, 4-celled, purple.

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Has oblong leaves, the apex obtuse, inflorescence 13 cm long vs 3. Derived from the rigidly erect inflorescence with broad floral bracts, resembling the spathes of some Commelinaceae.

Lateral lobes of the stigma long, orchidaxearum half as long as the elongate stigmatic cavity. Cerro de orchidacsarum Neblina camp 2, Neblina massif, 2. Medina,Epidendrum glossaspis in E. Nectary penetrating slightly beyond the middle, narrow, minutely papillose. Floral bracts 2 mm long, much shorter than the ovary, linear-triangular, acuminate, embracing.

Without locality, D’Adrien de JussieuP! Similar to Epidendrum secundum Jacq.

Ovary 48 mm long, terete, thin, not inflated, unornamented. The species is recognized by the epiphytic habit, stems laterally compressed, ancipitose towards the apex, the light green leaves, and the very long, narrow sepals x mm and petals x mmovary mm long. Alto da Serra, S. The species is recognized by the linear-lanceolate iconew 2.

Flowers 6, orchidacerum, non-resupinate, distichous, distributed along the rachis; sepals and petals yellow, lip pale yellow, column greenish yellow with the apex purple; without fragrance. Epiphytic, monopodial, branching herb, to 30 cm tall.

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Rainfall is one of the highest in the Neotropics. The dominant genera of trees are Weinmannia, Ilex rosuletum, Puya, Guzmania, Diplostephium, and in shrubs Plantago and mainly grasses of the genus Calagrostis. Parque Nacional Tayrona, ca. Terrestrial and epiphytic, scandent, orchicacearum, erect herb, cm tall. Adams,Native Orchids of Belize, pp. 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.


The species appears to be widespread, but locally rare.

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Epidendrum falsiloquum has smaller, ochre-yellow flowers, the lip white, with purple lines over the ribs of the disc, sepals mm long. Inflorescence cm long, apical, racemose, flowering only once, arching-nutant, laxly flowered; peduncle 7 mm long, sub-terete, thin.

UGDA – flower in spirit. Go to Conservation Land Management. There are a number orvhidacearum plants in the northern edge of the Gran Sabana in Venezuela and along the Pakaraima Mountains on the Venezuela-Brazil border, ranging from white with a ring of dark purple at the apex of the column to deep purple with a white square at the base of the lip, including the calli which hybridize with Epidendrum secundum Jacq.

Petals 20 x 1. Epidendrum mainauanum belongs to the Amphyglottis group, Glossaspis subgroup which is recognized by the caespitose habit, simple stems, leaves oblong-lanceolate, coriaceous, bilobed and elongate orchidaceaurm of orchidaxearum erect, racemose inflorescence, the flowers non- resupinate, the callus simple, elongate, fleshy, sulcate towards the base. The authors were not able to study this character in the other specimens cited. Column x 3.

Column mm long, straight to arching, long.