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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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This volume consists of botanical illustrations of the genus Epidendrumcomprising 20 species new to science, a new name, and 79 species of the genus, in some cases illustrated for the first time.

Terrestrial and epiphytic, sympodial, caespitose, erect herb, cm tall including the inflorescence. Lateral lobes of stigma very short, but stigmatic cavity very long, occupying nearly the whole length of the column. The species is recognized by the short, ovate, very fleshy leaves, with the apex slightly bilobed, the margin revolute, inflorescence paniculate, deflexed, sub-dense, flower yellow or whitish-green, lip pale green, ovary and column green, the lip clearly 3-lobed, the mid-lobe triangular, petals narrowly oblanceolate.

Clinandrium-hood slightly surpassing the apex of the column, narrow, dentate. Browse titles from Herbario Amo. Epiphytic, sympodial, creeping herb, cm tall including the inflorescence. Epidendrum coilotrienum belongs to the Mancun group which is characterized by the sympodial habit, few-leaved stems, racemose inflorescence with ancipitose, long, spathaceous bracts with parallel sides, and Mancum Subgroup which has non- resupinate, flowers, and a generally reduced, fleshy lip.

Only the Spanish term is specific to the Olympic diver whereas in other languages the term diver has various meanings. Ovary mm long, terete, thin, smooth. English Fascicle 15 2 contains the remaining 32 plates of this fascicle.

Through this publication we will attempt to: Leavesaggregate towards the apex of the stem, alternate; sheaths 5- 23 x 0.


However, there are two problems with this interpretation. Epiphytic, monopodial, branching herb, cm tall. Other titles in Orchidaearum Orchidacearum. Clinandrium reduced, margin entire. However, specimens appear to be scarce. Leavesdistichous, distributed along the apical half of the stem, alternate, articulate, green, unequal in size, the basal and apical leaves somewhat smaller; sheaths 0. Clinandrium short, margin entire. The new species is recognized by the green to cream- colored flowers, lip and column white, sepals mm long sepals, lateral lobes falcate-oblong, mid-lobe forming two opposite iconees ciliate lobes.

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The Genus Epidendrum, Part 12; Icon. Flowers [2] per raceme, opening in succession from base towards the apex usually at least 5 open at one timenon-resupinate, purple-brown with the lip ivory colored, immaculate, the apex of the column bicolor, base purple-brown, apex greenish white; fragrance reminiscent of fish.

Icones Colombianae 1 – SPECIES ORCHIDACEARUM

Inflorescence cm long, apical, racemose probably producing new racemes from the middle of the peduncle which have vegetative buds beneath the bractspeduncle 23 cm long, elongate, laterally compressed, the bottom half enveloped by partly imbricating bracts 8 x 0. Orchids of Mexico, PartIcon. Epiphytic or lithophytic, sympodial, caespitose herb, to 60 cm tall including the inflorescence. Epidendrum secundum has pink flowers with a massive yellow callus, the edges white, flowers somewhat larger, it is not found atop the tepuis, but at the foot or on the slopes around the middle slopes of the tepuis.

Floral bracts mm long, shorter than the ovary, narrowly triangular, acuminate, embracing, purple-brown.

The species seems relatively widespread, over a distance of some km in two adjacent mountain ranges. Epidendrum brachyblastum has sepals, 6.

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English with extended Spanish descriptions Icons volume consists of botanical illustrations of the genus Epidendrumcomprising 20 species new to science, a new name, and 79 species of the genus, in some cases illustrated for the first time. Medina,Epidendrum xelidonourum, in E. Conservation Methods for Terrestrial Orchids. In Premontane and montane forest; iconss. Leavesdistichous, distributed towards the apex of the stem; sheath to 5 x 0.


Lateral lobes of the stigma very small. Menezes 42, digital images, AMO! The predominant tree genera there are Weinmannia, Ilex, Miconia and Podocarpus. Sepals partly spreading, free, fleshy, concave, elliptic, acute, carinate, 5veined, margin entire, spreading; dorsal sepal 8. Smith from Santa Marta has yellow green flowers with an immaculate white lip, and also has filiform petals, and the lip is much wider between the apical lobes which are oblong, divaricate and falcate.

Pollinia 4, sub-equal, semi-obovoid: Petals x mm, obliquely united to the column, descending, sub-parallel to the column, oblanceolate, acute, somewhat revolute towards the apex, 5- veined, margin entire, spreading. Longino,Global warming, elevational range shifts and lowland biotic attrition in the wet tropics.

Features that permit the recognition of each species are emphasized.

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Dodson,Epidendrum brachyblastum, in E. Roots basal, fleshy, thick, white. Flowers 5, simultaneous, distichous, the lip always facing the rachis, green tinged dirty purple to pale yellow-green, and then the lip ochre-green, the apex of the column pale purple; fragrance none.

Leaves from the main stem not seen, on the secondary branches, distributed throughout the stems, 4 on the tertiary branches, persistent at the apex of the branches, articulate, distichous, coriaceous, very rigid, sub-parallel to the stem, unequal in size and shape; sheaths x mm, tubular, rugose; blade 3.

Nectary shallow, orchidavearum penetrating the ovary, pubescent in front of the stigmatic cavity, the pubescence reclining inwards. Known presently only from the type, in the vicinity of Yangana, Loja, at m altitude.