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 Orchidacearum Peruviarum [Drawings 1-200]

Inflorescence cm long, apical, racemose at first flowering, slightly arching; peduncle 27 cm long, laterally compressed, straight, totally covered by 6 tubular bracts cm long, in addition to apical bracts mm long, narrowly triangular, acuminate, spreading. Leavesdistributed throughout the stems; sheaths 2.

The Genus Epidendrum, Part 9, Icon. Conservation Land Management CLM is a quarterly magazine that is widely orchidaxearum as essential reading for all who are involved in land management for nature conservation, across the British Isles.

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Puerto Ayacuco, great rapid of the Orinoco, Epidendrum luceroae belongs to the Polythallum Group, recognized by the monopodial, much branched stems, with a tall primary stem, numerous secondary and tertiary stems and the numerous shorter flowers stems, the nodding inflorescence bears only pale yellow flowers, lip 3-lobed, bicallose, with 5 parallel ribs on the disc, which merge into a much-thickened mid-rib.

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Pollinia 4, obovoid, laterally compressed; caudicles as long as the pollinia, soft and granulose; viscidium semi-liquid. Epidendrum x dorotheae P. Anther reniform, minutely papillose, 4-celled.


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

Column 6 mm long, thick, straight, the apex turned upwards. Spathe 1, cm long, tubular along basal half, conduplicate above, somewhat ancipitose, sub-acute. The only way to make a serious attempt at understanding the orchid diversity of any country is by doing consistent and systematic research.

Sepals x 4 mm, spreading, free, ogchidacearum, acuminate, 7-veined, margin entire. Floral bracts 3 mm long, much shorter than the ovary, triangular, acuminate, embracing.

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. Stems cm, simple, cane-like, terete, thin, straight. Icones Orchidacearum, Fascicle Flowers [35], fleshy, opening in succession, but eventually all open at one time, non-resupinate, distichous, the lip always oriented towards the rachis, small, simultaneous, pale yellow or yellow green, drying black in pressed material; fragrance not registered.

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Flowersfleshy, non-resupinate, simultaneous, greenish orange; fragrance not registered. Exceptional customer service Get specialist help and advice. Epiphytic, caespitose herb cm tall including the inflorescence.

Icones Orchidacearum, Fascicle 15 1. Floral bracts mm long, much shorter than the ovary, linear-triangular, acuminate, embracing. Ovary 28 mm long, prominently ventrally inflated at the apical two thirds, terete, unornamented.


He joined the staff of the Herbario AMO infirst as a student, and was then a part of the staff as a research associate in the same year. Leaves 7, distributed throughout the stems, articulate to the foliar sheath, spreading with respect to the stem, orchicacearum in size and shape, green, concolor; sheaths 1.

Flowering in July and November. 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.

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Campos de Striolumy, UleBR! Menezes 42, digital images, AMO! Epidendrum condornocturnum belongs to the Nocturnum Group odchidacearum is characterized by the sympodial, caespitose plants, cane-like stems, short, racemose or pluri-racemose inflorescence, without spathaceous bracts, usually large, star-shaped, successive flowers, with similar sepals and petals.

Known from the seasonally foggy very dry coastal forests of El Aromo and Montecristi, located ca. Anther ovoid, apex truncate, minutely apiculate, 4-celled.