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Epidendrum sanctae-rosae Hagsater, Sauleda, Uribe Velez & E. Santiago, Icon. Orchid.

Ruben P. Sauleda sub Carlos Uguye1 river, Santa Rosa, upper reaches of the Caquet'u00e1 river, 1600 m, November 2016, Ruben P. Sauleda sub Carlos Uribe Vu00e9lez s. n. , November 26, Ruben P. Sauleda, Santa Rosa, upper reaches of the Caqueta1 river, 1600 m, November 16, Ruben P. Sauleda s. n Unlike the specimen found in Peru's southern lobe, the central rib is more prominent, thickened, and elevated at the apex, ending in the basal third of the middle lobe, with the central rib more prominent, fleshy callus, complanate at the base, and the disc with three longer sub-ribs. On a trail leading to the Santa Isabel River in March, this species was seen blooming as an epiphyte on Brunellia inermis Ruiz & Pavu00f3n's branches.

Source link: https://zenodo.org/record/6977058

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