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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Colombia, with its more than one million square kilometers, is far too large to attempt any serious monographic work at country level anytime soon. Column 10 mm long, straight, thin, with a pair of prominent wings at the apex, these wing-like, triangular, the inner margin dentate.
Sepals dorsal sepal x mm, free, spreading, sub-obovate, sub-acute, 5-veined, margin entire, spreading; lateral sepals 17 x 7 mm, partly spreading, sub-hemi-orbicular, sub-apiculate, obliquely united to the base of the column, oblique.
Column 4 mm long, slightly arched upwards towards the apex. Lip x mm, united to the column, 3-lobed, base slightly cordate, somewhat convex, margin sub-entire, spreading; bicallose, the calli prominent, laterally compressed, parallel; disc with 3 fleshy ribs, parallel, elongate to the apical sinus; lateral lobes x Vicinity of Iquitos [collection data lostca. Floral bract not seen. Petals 15 x 2 mm, free, reflexed, descendant, elliptic, oblique, minutely apiculate, 3-veined, glabrous, apical margin denticulate, strongly revolute.
Diamantina, m, 9 XIIE. The type specimen had only three pollinia, which is unusual for this group of species, the normal number being four.
Pollinia 4, obovoid, laterally compressed, caudicles longer than the pollinia, formed by tetrads which appear as stacked roof-tiles. Nectary shallow, barely penetrating the base of the perianth, pubescent in front of the stigma, the pubescence reclining inwards.
Ibid, IRomero s. Ovary 16 mm long, terete, smooth. Other titles in Icones Orchidacearum. Massif de La Hotte: Banks of Bao river, ca. Wagener collected in ; Venezuela separated from Gran Colombia in Petals x mm, obliquely united orchiddacearum the column, descending, sub-parallel to the column, oblanceolate, acute, somewhat revolute towards the apex, 5- veined, margin entire, spreading.
Other titles in Icones Orchidacearum.
Wild Orchids of Wales. Flowering from July to September. The Genus Epidendrum, Part 8, Icon. The authors presents 77 icoones new to science, distributed from Mexico, through Central and South America, as far as Argentina. It is this necessity that explains why it is the series Icones Colombianae that inaugurates Species Orchidacearum.
Floral bracts mm long, nearly as long as the ovary, linear-lanceolate, acuminate, embracing. Wild Orchids of the Cotswolds. Sapotaceae and Albizia saman Jacq. Floral bracts orchidacearrum x 3 mm, much shorter than the ovary, triangular-lanceolate, acute, embracing. Santiago produces a new stem from an apical internode of the previous stem, leaves Leavesaggregate towards the apex of the stem, alternate; sheaths 5- 23 x 0.
Anther 4-celled, ovoid, with a short, iconew rostrum truncate at the apex.
Benton Richard Fortey View All. Santiago has large plants, chartaceous, elliptic leaves with the veins clearly marked, x cm. Foldats,Orchidaceae, in J. The localities where Epidendrum aromoense does occur are threatened by fragmentation and massive icknes mainly due to the advance of agricultural frontier and land use or forest conversion to cattle farms.
It is unknown if flowers are also produced during some of the remaining months of the year. A new sub-group within the Pseudepidendrum Group is established: Icones Orchidacearum, Fascicle Roots mm in diameter, basal, fleshy. Lip x mm, united to the column, 3- lobed, base cordate, strongly convex; bicallose, the calli prominent, thin, somewhat divaricate; disc with 3 fleshy, sub-acute ribs, the mid-keel running sometimes to the apical sinus of the lip and the forming a mucro, the lateral pair shorter; lateral lobes 3.
Epiphytic in very wet rainforest at m altitude. Sepals free, glabrous, 3-veined, margins entire, extended, dorsal sepal 10 x 5 mm, parallel to the column, ovate, apex narrowly rounded, lateral sepals orchidacearuk x 6 mm, spreading, triangular-ovate, acute, oblique. Petals 10 x 0.
Inflorescence apical from the mature stem, sessile, flowering only once. Column 9 mm long, thin, straight, the apex bidentate.
ordhidacearum Keep up-to-date with NHBS products, news and offers. Anther 4-celled, sub-spherical, with a beak-like apex in front. Icones Orchidacearum, Fascicle 16 1. Flowersresupinate, simultaneous, green.