Epidendrum trullichilum Hágsater & Dodson 1999 GROUP Macrostachyum SUBGROUP Macrostachyum Drawing by © Jimenez and The AMO Herbaria Website

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Common Name The Angular-Ovate Lip Epidendrum [refers to the trowel-shaped lip]

Flower Size 1" [2.5 cm]

Found in southern Ecuador in paramo at elevations around 2800 meters as a large sized, cold growing terrestrial or lithophyte in montane forests on rocks with erect, branching in maturity, cane-like stems carrying all along the stem, lanceolate, acute, margin up to the apex finely erose leaves that blooms in the late spring on a terminal, from the main stem or the branches, without a spathe, racemose, occuring only once, erect, peduncleoccasionally with a basal foliaceous bract or leaf, 9.6" [24 cm] long, successively about half, numerous flowered inflorescence with prominent, as long as the ovary, progressively shorterr above, open, lanceoalte floral bracts and carrying non-resupiante, fleshy, brown flowers with the petals yellow at the base and a yellowish lip. .

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References W3 Tropicos, Kew Monocot list , IPNI ; *Icones Orchidacearum 3 Plate 389 Hagsater & Dodosn 1999 drawing fide;

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