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Jay's Internet Orchid Species Photo Encyclopedia - F to G
... and petals similar and almost joined at the base, a sessile, erect lip that is basally ventricose or saccate and is apically fused to the column foot. They are similar in ... . recurva alliance - Short rhizome, close set psuedobulbs, and lateral sepals that are more or less connate. 3. G. glaziovii alliance - Long rhizomes, large space between psuedobulbs. They need shady humid intermediate ...
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Jay's Internet Orchid Species Photo Encyclopedia -Q-SEL
... can bloom over and over for years. The lateral sepals are connate, forming a boat-shaped synsepal in most species, the dorsal sepal ... lip with denticulate margins, has a pair of thread-like appendages basally and is attached to the foot of an incurved column ... three lobed. It has four pollina attached in pairs to two basally united stipes. Common Name or Meaning Named for Freidrich Richard Rudolf ...
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Jay's Internet Orchid Species Photo Encyclopedia T - Z
... ovoid pseudobulbs carryoing a single, apical, plicate, convolute, lanceolate to elliptic leafs that are surrounded basally by chartaceous sheaths and blooms on a basal, single flowered, erect or pendant inflorescence ... to many flowered inflorescence which has nonresupinate flowers with the lateral sepals free or basallly connate and wider than the petals, a fleshy lip that is firmly united to the ...
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Jay's Internet Orchid Species Encyclopedia - M - Max
... spring. This species can be separated from others by it's racemose inflorescence, the shortly connate sepals, the strongly arched dorsal sepal and the keeled petals that are tridentate and ... cloud forests at altitudes of 2000 to 2500 meters with blackish. slender, erct ramicauls enveolped basally by 2 to 32 loose, tubular sheaths carrying a single, apical, oblanceolate, suberect, coriaceous, ...
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