Cyrtorchis guillaumetii (Pérez-Vera) R.Rice 2005 SECTION Homocolleticon Summerh. Photo by © Royal Botanical Garden Kew

Part shade Cool Fall

Common Name or Meaning Guillaumet's Cyrtorchis

Flower Size

Found in Sierra Leone and Ivory Coast as an epiphyte in high rainforests on upper branches as a small sized, cool growing epiphyte that blooms in the fall

Similar to C brownii but C guillaumetii has a subimbricated bract that is shorter than the pedicel and ovary, an anther cap that noticeably extends forward and covers the base of the rostellum.

Synonyms Cyrtorchis brownii var. guillaumetii Pérez-Vera 2003

References W3 Tropicos, Kew Monocot list , IPNI ; Phytotaxa 267 (3) 173 Droissat & Azandi 2016 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 87 #1 2018 photo fide;