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 Fascicle 16(1) THE GENUS EPIDENDRUM Part 12 | Eric Hágsater –
Sepals partly spreading, free, elliptic, sub-acute, 3-veined, with a pair of secondary veins near the margins, margins somewhat revolute; orchhidacearum sepal x 4. The species is recognized by the oblique, arched triangular column the oblong, 1-veined petals, and the lip which is oblong-obovate, apex truncate to shallowly emarginate, corners rounded, widest near the apex, and the flowers green, with the lip only wine-red at the base or throughout.
Similar to Epidendrum ciliare but the stems more cane-like, only slightly thickened, with two iconnes leaves, flowering from the orchidacexrum stem, inflorescence with an elongate peduncle, longer than the leaves, covered by tubular, appressed bracts, flowers entirely white including the calli, the petals arched, and the lateral lobes of the lip obliquely semi-ovate, the inner margin a convex arch. Stems cane-like, branching, terete, thin, erect, the primary stem ca.
Browse other titles in Icones Orchidacearum. Inflorescence cm long, apical, racemose, flowering only once, arching-nutant, laxly flowered; peduncle 7 mm long, sub-terete, thin.
Epiphytic, caespitose, sympodial herb cm tall including the flower.
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Serra do Caraua, ClaussenP! A short biography describes his work and character in the following pages.
Keep up-to-date with NHBS products, news and offers. Sketch of type W ! Column mm long, icoones, thick, slightly arched at the base, apex deflexed, the surface minutely papillose. Clinandrium-hood reduced, margin entire. Though these species are not closely related, the shape and position of the flowers suggest a possible shared pollinator. Similar to Epidendrum cylindraceum Lindl. Banks of Bao river, ca.
Go to British Wildlife. Epidendrum heterobracteatum is recognized by the sympodial, caespitose habit, stems relatively thick, with large oblong-elliptic, obtuse leaves, apical inflorescence racemose probably producing new racemes from the middle of the peduncle which have vegetative buds beneath the bractspeduncle elongate, laterally compressed, the bottom half enveloped by partly imbricating, acute, conduplicate bracts, the upper half with large bracts, these progressively smaller partly spreading, flowers resupinate, sepals and petals ochre-yellow, orhcidacearum and lip white, with pale purple dots near the base, lip cordate, deeply 3-lobed; bicallose, the calli digitiform; lateral lobes semi-orbicular, rounded; mid-lobe base a narrowly cuneate isthmus, apex bilobed, forming a pair of narrowly triangular, divaricate lobes.
He was also the curator of the herbarium, and orchisacearum in the taxonomy of several groups on Epidendrum. Pollinia 4, the inner pair slightly smaller, obovoid, laterally compressed; caudicles granulose, about as long as the pollinia; viscidium semi-liquid.
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Capsule x mm, pedicel 5 mm long, very short and thin, apical neck reduced, perianth segments persistent. Finally, Peru could not stay behind, and there are several young botanists doing ocones work in the north, in the Department of Amazonas, but also in what should be a well-known, collected area, Cusco.
Benton Richard Fortey View All. About Help Blog Jobs Welcome to our new website. However, its size, the complexity of its mountainous systems, and geographical position, flanked by the Atlantic and Paci c Oceans, and iconees Andean, Central American and Amazonian influences, suggest that it iconed be much more diverse than any of the surrounding countries.
Browse other titles in Icones Orchidacearum. Corrections issues of Icones Orchidacearum, volume 15 and earlier: Petals x 1 mm, spreading, free, linear triangular, acuminate, 1-veined, margin entire, spreading.
Ovary mm long, terete, thin. Santiago,Epidendrum luteynii in E. Epiphytic, monopodial, branching herb, cm tall. Leavesequally distributed throught the stem; sheath 3. Similar to Epidendrum porpax Rchb.
About this book Language: Lateral lobes of the stigma small. Tracing of published illustration at AMES! Anther apparently 4-celled; ovoid-cuneate, with a wide sinus at the base, apex emarginate.
Epidendrum mathewsii has small, compact plants with erect stems, leaves x 2. Campos de Striolumy, UleBR! Menezes 42, digital images, AMO!
Ovary x 1. Anther reniform, 4- celled.