Habenaria pseudofilifera R.González & Cuev.-Fig. 2006 publ. 2007 TYPE Drawing by © R.González & Cuev.-Figeroa and The Epidendra Website

Part shade LATESummer

Common Name The False Filifera Habenaria [refers to its similarity to H filifera]

Flower Size

Found in Jalisco Mexico in pine/oak forests as a small sized terrestrial with an erect stem carrying 5 to 8, conduplicate, cauline, extended below, becoming erect and then adpressed to wards the apex, lanceolate, acuminate leaves that blooms in the late summer on a terminal, erect, lax, cylindrical, 1.6 to 2.8" [4 to 7 cm] long, 8 to 14 flowered inflorescence with longer than the ovary below to the same above, erect, conduplicate, lanceolate, acuminate floral bracts.


References W3 Tropicos, Kew Monocot list , IPNI ; *Ibugana 14(1-2): 33-35. .González & Cuev.-Figeroa 2007 drawing fide