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Maxillaria ramosa

March 4, 2003 (, Updated )

Epífita en árbol caído, pétalos y sépalos crema-hialinos, labelo blanco con la parte central con puntas moradas.

77.0° 33.0’ 28.0” S0.0° 49.0’ 50.0” W

William Farfán R.

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OrchidaceaeMaxillariaMaxillaria ramosaSpecimen Maxillaria ramosa

Rodriguezia venusta

February 28, 2003 (, Updated )

Epífita a 3 m del suelo. Tépalos blancos, labelo blanco con la parte central amarillenta. Flor en alcohol

77.0° 33.0’ 46.0” S0.0° 49.0’ 38.0” W

William Farfán R. – David A. Neill

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OrchidaceaeRodrigueziaRodriguezia venustaSpecimen Rodriguezia venusta

Liparis rivalis

February 24, 2003 (, Updated )

Growing in wet areas near creek. Inflorescence axes, bracts and pedicels pale green. Corolla yellow-orange, darker at center. Photo.

49.0° 57.0’ 33.0” N15.0° 25.0’ 59.0” W

Porter P. Lowry II – George E. Schatz – Jullet Be

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OrchidaceaeLiparisLiparis rivalisSpecimen Liparis rivalis

Cynorkis gibbosa

February 17, 2003 (, Updated )

Herb growing on steep bank along stream with light brown tubers. Leaves mottled with dark purple blotches. Sepals, petals green outside, brick red inside. Column flesh. Photo.

47.0° 0.0’ 15.0” N20.0° 4.0’ 9.0” W

George E. Schatz

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OrchidaceaeCynorkisCynorkis gibbosaSpecimen Cynorkis gibbosa

Polystachya monophylla

February 17, 2003 (, Updated )

Herb growing on boulders. Pseudobulb green. All flower parts light lemon yellow.

47.0° 0.0’ 15.0” N20.0° 4.0’ 9.0” W

George E. Schatz

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OrchidaceaePolystachyaPolystachya monophyllaSpecimen Polystachya monophylla

Cynorkis flexuosa

February 16, 2003 (, Updated )

Terrestrial herb. Sepals green. Lower petal yellow with red-orange blotch at base.

47.0° 0.0’ 13.0” N20.0° 5.0’ 33.0” W

George E. Schatz

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OrchidaceaeCynorkisCynorkis flexuosaSpecimen Cynorkis flexuosa

Aerangis cryptodon

February 15, 2003 (, Updated )

Herb growing on mossy, humus covered rock in streambed. Leaves thick coriaceous. All flower parts white. Petals reflexed at anthesis.

47.0° 0.0’ 15.0” N20.0° 4.0’ 10.0” W

George E. Schatz

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OrchidaceaeAerangisAerangis cryptodonSpecimen Aerangis cryptodon

Koellensteinia boliviensis

December 5, 2002 (, Updated )

Hierba 10 cm; flores blancas con lila.

68.0° 15.0’ 0.0” S14.0° 30.0’ 35.0” W

Tatiana B. Miranda – al.

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OrchidaceaeKoellensteiniaKoellensteinia boliviensisSpecimen Koellensteinia boliviensis

Sobralia setigera

December 5, 2002 (, Updated )

Hierba 40 cm; flores blancas con labelo amarillo.

68.0° 17.0’ 47.0” S14.0° 31.0’ 27.0” W

Tatiana B. Miranda – al.

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OrchidaceaeSobraliaSobralia setigeraSpecimen Sobralia setigera

Oncidium vasquezii

October 6, 2002 (, Updated )

Hierba terrestre 60 cm; flores amarillas.Unica

68.0° 20.0’ 4.0” S14.0° 33.0’ 38.0” W

Carla Maldonado – Tatiana B. Miranda – F. Canqui – Remberto Alvarez

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OrchidaceaeOncidiumOncidium vasqueziiSpecimen Oncidium vasquezii

Zygopetalum maculatum

October 3, 2002 (, Updated )

Hierba 80 cm; flores con labelo morado y demás pétalos negruzcos.

68.0° 20.0’ 13.0” S14.0° 34.0’ 3.0” W

Carla Maldonado – Tatiana B. Miranda – F. Canqui – Remberto Alvarez

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OrchidaceaeZygopetalumZygopetalum maculatumSpecimen Zygopetalum maculatum

Sobralia dorbignyana

October 3, 2002 (, Updated )

Hierba 80 cm; flores amarillas.

68.0° 20.0’ 13.0” S14.0° 34.0’ 3.0” W

Carla Maldonado – Tatiana B. Miranda – F. Canqui – Remberto Alvarez

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OrchidaceaeSobraliaSobralia dorbignyanaSpecimen Sobralia dorbignyana

Sobralia dichotoma

October 3, 2002 (, Updated )

Hierba 1 m; flores rosado oscuro.

68.0° 20.0’ 13.0” S14.0° 34.0’ 3.0” W

Carla Maldonado – Tatiana B. Miranda – F. Canqui – Remberto Alvarez

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OrchidaceaeSobraliaSobralia dichotomaSpecimen Sobralia dichotoma

Ponthieva pubescens

September 26, 2002 (, Updated )

Hierba; botones, flores blancas; fruto inmaduro verde. En pared rocosa

67.0° 58.0’ 15.0” S14.0° 20.0’ 56.0” W

Alfredo F. Fuentes – Narel Paniagua Zambrana – Héctor Cabrera – Fabiola Torrico

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OrchidaceaePonthievaPonthieva pubescensSpecimen Ponthieva pubescens

Sarcoglottis acaulis

September 26, 2002 (, Updated )

Hierba terrestre; botones, flores verdes con olor fétido-aromático.Unica

67.0° 58.0’ 15.0” S14.0° 20.0’ 56.0” W

Alfredo F. Fuentes – Narel Paniagua Zambrana – Héctor Cabrera – Fabiola Torrico

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OrchidaceaeSarcoglottisSarcoglottis acaulisSpecimen Sarcoglottis acaulis

Restrepia vasquezii

August 8, 2002 (, Updated )

Hierba epifita; flores con pétalos lilas. Unica. Foto

68.0° 11.0’ 47.0” S14.0° 27.0’ 2.0” W

Carla Maldonado – Renate Seidel – Honorio Pariamo – Marcelino Villanueva – Remberto Alvares – José Tito

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OrchidaceaeRestrepiaRestrepia vasqueziiSpecimen Restrepia vasquezii

Prescottia stachyodes

July 31, 2002 (, Updated )

Hierba 1 m; inflorescencias erectas col flores verde amarillentas.Unica

68.0° 11.0’ 38.0” S14.0° 27.0’ 3.0” W

Carla Maldonado – Renate Seidel – Hector Cabrera – M. Seidel – Honorio Pariamo – Marcelino Villanueva – Remberto Alvares – José Tito

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OrchidaceaePrescottiaPrescottia stachyodesSpecimen Prescottia stachyodes

Epidendrum yungasense

July 13, 2002 (, Updated )

Epífita; fruto inmaduro verde, con flor persistente al ápice

68.0° 15.0’ 25.0” S14.0° 29.0’ 42.0” W

Alfredo F. Fuentes – al.

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OrchidaceaeEpidendrumEpidendrum yungasenseSpecimen Epidendrum yungasense

Neooreophilus chaoae

November 1, 2001 (, Updated )

78.0° 7.0’ 59.0” S1.0° 21.0’ 50.0” W

Lou Jost

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OrchidaceaeNeooreophilusNeooreophilus chaoaeSpecimen Neooreophilus chaoae

Lepanthes neillii

March 21, 2001 (, Updated )

78.0° 9.0’ 59.0” S3.0° 15.0’ 59.0” W

Lou Jost – David A. Neill – Paul E. Berry – José M. Manzanares – B. Patterson – E. Escobar

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OrchidaceaeLepanthesLepanthes neilliiSpecimen Lepanthes neillii

Maxillaria exaltata

March 21, 2001 (, Updated )

Epiphytic orchid, with stem 1 m long. Tepals pale yellow; labellum purple at apex, pale yellow below.

78.0° 10.0’ 12.0” S3.0° 15.0’ 48.0” W

David A. Neill – Paul E. Berry – José M. Manzanares – Lou Jost

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OrchidaceaeMaxillariaMaxillaria exaltataSpecimen Maxillaria exaltata

Spiranthes praecox

May 31, 2000 (, Updated )

Corolla white, 2 flowering stems observed. Images of plants from this population made by Stephen Dilks on 14 June 2019.

90.0° 5.0’ 59.0” S36.0° 43.0’ 59.0” E

Alan E. Brant – Paul M. McKenzie – Janeen R. Laatsch

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OrchidaceaeSpiranthesSpiranthes praecoxSpecimen Spiranthes praecox

Epipactis africana

October 8, 1997 (, Updated )

Common. Stems several, up to 2 m tall, purple at base, green above. Ovary and sepals dull yellow-green with faint purple-brown veins. Upper petals yellow-green with purple-brown margins and midrib. Labellum orange-pink, shading to yellow in centre and with red veins on lateral lobes. Column yellow. Tip of infl. pendulous.

36.0° 46.0’ 48.0” N3.0° 14.0’ 52.0” W

Peter B. Phillipson – A.S. Mkeya

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OrchidaceaeEpipactisEpipactis africanaSpecimen Epipactis africana

Epidendrum ciliare

June 21, 1994 (, Updated )

Epiphyte; tepals greenish yellow; lip white with base of opening yellow.

88.0° 2.0’ 31.0” S14.0° 11.0’ 18.0” E

Gerrit Davidse – Mario Sousa S. – José Linares

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OrchidaceaeEpidendrumEpidendrum ciliareSpecimen Epidendrum ciliare

Bulbophyllum percorniculatum

March 24, 1992 (, Updated )

Minute plant forming dense mats on boulders in stream bed in dense shade, mostly on vertical survaces. Pseudo-bulbs green. Leaves thin. Pedicel dull pink shading to green at top, erect. Perianth translucent, pale yellow-green; sepals with dull purple venation in lower half; labellum thicker, pale yellow; column white.

46.0° 51.0’ 14.0” N24.0° 45.0’ 9.0” W

Peter B. Phillipson – R.A. Clement – Guy Rafamantanantsoa

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OrchidaceaeBulbophyllumBulbophyllum percorniculatumSpecimen Bulbophyllum percorniculatum

Angraecum protensum

March 14, 1992 (, Updated )

Growing on rocky outcrop, rooted in crevices in full sunlight. Leaves coriaceous, pale green. Ovary pale green. Perianth white; spur and column very pale green.

46.0° 35.0’ 4.0” N20.0° 36.0’ 45.0” W

Peter B. Phillipson – R.A. Clement – Guy Rafamantanantsoa

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OrchidaceaeAngraecumAngraecum protensumSpecimen Angraecum protensum

Disa incarnata

March 13, 1992 (, Updated )

Common marsh plant. Leaves flaccid, with red margins. Flowers orange-red; upper tepal orange-red with red spots; upper lateral tepals each with orange-spotted red lobe pointing upwards. Column pale yellow.

46.0° 33.0’ 49.0” N20.0° 37.0’ 4.0” W

Peter B. Phillipson – R.A. Clement – Guy Rafamantanantsoa

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OrchidaceaeDisaDisa incarnataSpecimen Disa incarnata

Spiranthes ovalis variety erostellata

September 8, 1990 (, Updated )

flowering

90.0° 56.0’ 43.0” S39.0° 0.0’ 39.0” E

Bruce Schuette

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OrchidaceaeSpiranthesSpiranthes ovalisSpecimen Spiranthes ovalis variety erostellata

Platystele schmidtchenii

August 1, 1990 (, Updated )

Sepals and petals pink; lip purple.

77.0° 30.0’ 0.0” S0.0° 34.0’ 59.0” E

Alexander Hirtz – X. Hirtz – Juan del Hierro – F. Sarmiento

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OrchidaceaePlatystelePlatystele schmidtcheniiSpecimen Platystele schmidtchenii

Neooreophilus hippocrepicus

August 1, 1990 (, Updated )

Pendent. Leaves suffused with purple along three veins. Flowers orange.

77.0° 30.0’ 0.0” S0.0° 34.0’ 59.0” E

Alexander Hirtz – X. Hirtz – Juan del Hierro – F. Sarmiento

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OrchidaceaeNeooreophilusNeooreophilus hippocrepicusSpecimen Neooreophilus hippocrepicus

Angraecum eburneum subspecies xerophilum

February 20, 1990 (, Updated )

Terrestrial, forming large culmps scrambling at base of shrubs; stems erect, leaves thick, coriaceous; inflorø escences penetrating leaf-sheaths; tepals pale green, labellum white, shadø ing to pale green at base into spur; column green above, white below; pollinø ium pale yellow, connective brown; ovary hooked around spur, flower resupinate.

46.0° 18.0’ 59.0” N25.0° 4.0’ 59.0” W

Peter B. Phillipson

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OrchidaceaeAngraecumAngraecum eburneumSpecimen Angraecum eburneum subspecies xerophilum

Grammangis ellisii

January 2, 1990 (, Updated )

UNICATE; epiphyte on vertical liana 6 m above ground; pseudobulb dark green; leaves medium green; inflorescence axes, bracts light green; pedicel light green; sepals olive-yellow outside, with a band of dark purple at apex, alternating bands of olive-yellow and dark purple spotted with olive-yellow inside; upper petals light green, reddish tint and striping at recurved apex; lower petal (lip) light whitish green with red at apex outside, striped yellow and red inside; column light green;…

49.0° 45.0’ 59.0” N15.0° 30.0’ 0.0” W

George E. Schatz

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OrchidaceaeGrammangisGrammangis ellisiiSpecimen Grammangis ellisii

Phragmipedium pearcei

October 19, 1989 (, Updated )

Saxicolous, rheophytic orchid. On rocks of sedimentary origen (calcareous) in middle of Río Pucuno. Tepals pale green with purple lines. Labellum pale green with purple spots. Rostellum of column with black fringe.

77.0° 34.0’ 47.0” S0.0° 43.0’ 47.0” W

David A. Neill – Walter A. Palacios

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OrchidaceaePhragmipediumPhragmipedium pearceiSpecimen Phragmipedium pearcei

Maxillaria tenuifolia

March 19, 1987 (, Updated )

Epiphyte; flowers with spicy aroma, reddish brown with yellowish areas; lip yellow at the tip with maroon dots, mostly maroon in the lower half; pollinia yellow.

88.0° 42.0’ 0.0” S18.0° 0.0’ 0.0” E

Gerrit Davidse – Alan E. Brant

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OrchidaceaeMaxillariaMaxillaria tenuifoliaSpecimen Maxillaria tenuifolia

Encyclia alata

March 17, 1987 (, Updated )

Seasonally inundated swamp forest, now dry, 2-5 m. tall, dominated by Haematoxylon, Jacquinia and Conocarpus. Epiphyte; perianth greenish brown, lip yellow with maroon stripes; flowers with aromatic fragrance.

88.0° 16.0’ 59.0” S18.0° 10.0’ 59.0” E

Gerrit Davidse – Alan E. Brant

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OrchidaceaeEncycliaEncyclia alataSpecimen Encyclia alata

Spiranthes lacera

September 8, 1985 (, Updated )

flowering

92.0° 46.0’ 1.0” S37.0° 58.0’ 28.0” E

Bill Summers

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OrchidaceaeSpiranthesSpiranthes laceraSpecimen Spiranthes lacera

Encyclia trachychila

May 29, 1985 (, Updated )

Oak forest on mesa top with prominent Tillandsia usneoides. Epiphyte on oak trunk; perianth light brown with green tinge; lip white in center, yellow toward margins, the basal wings of lips yellowish-green to brown woth purple veins, in age the lip center yellow and densely covered woth purple veins.

86.0° 13.0’ 59.0” S13.0° 10.0’ 0.0” E

Gerrit Davidse – Alfredo Grijalva P. – Mario Sousa S. – P. P. Moreno

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OrchidaceaeEncycliaEncyclia trachychilaSpecimen Encyclia trachychila

Lepanthes homotaxis

October 5, 1984 (, Updated )

Flowers light yellow. Leaves purple beneath with green edge. C. Luer illustr. 10507.

77.0° 39.0’ 59.0” S0.0° 3.0’ 59.0” W

Alexander Hirtz – Ángel M. Andreetta

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OrchidaceaeLepanthesLepanthes homotaxisSpecimen Lepanthes homotaxis

Teagueia teaguei

April 1, 1984 (, Updated )

Flowers white with red veins.

78.0° 17.0’ 59.0” S0.0° 9.0’ 0.0” E

Alexander Hirtz

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OrchidaceaeTeagueiaTeagueia teagueiSpecimen Teagueia teaguei

Cattleya violacea

May 8, 1977 (, Updated )

Exposed sand bar in river. Epiphyte, especially on Vitex trees; perianth purple, the lip dark purple with yellow nectar guide, the column white within; flower with a strong perfume

67.0° 39.0’ 0.0” S7.0° 1.0’ 59.0” E

Gerrit Davidse – Ángel C. González

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OrchidaceaeCattleyaCattleya violaceaSpecimen Cattleya violacea

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