Lophiaris silverarum Carnevali & Cetzal 2014photo by Cetzal Ix and Lankesteriana 9(3) 521-525 Narvaez, Cetzal Ix and Carnevali 2010 photo/drawing fide; Harvard Papers in Botany Vol 21 #2 Cetzal-Ix Carnevalli and Romero-Gonzalez 2016 Synopsis of the Trichocentrum Clade photo fide;

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Common Name Silvera's Lophiaris [Panamanian Collectors of the species]

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Found in central Panama in primary forests at rivers edge at elevations around 180 meters that blooms in the late fall and early winter

It is related to L. crispiflora and L. carthagenensis from which it is easily distinguished by its larger flowers of a straw-yellow color with many laxly arranged, non-confluent reddish-brown spots.

Synonyms Trichocentrum silverarum (Carnevali & Cetzal) J.M.H.Shaw 2014

References W3 Tropicos Kew Monocot list , IPNI ; A New Species in Lophiaris (Orchidaceae, Oncidiinae), in theLophiaris straminea Complex Harvard Papers in Botany Vol 21 #2 Cetzal-Ix Carnevalli and Romero-Gonzalez 2016 Synopsis of the Trichocentrum Clade photo fide; Lankesteriana 9(3) 521-525 Narvaez, Cetzal Ix and Carnevali 2010 photo/drawing fide; Harvard Papers in Botany Vol 21 #2 Cetzal-Ix Carnevalli and Romero-Gonzalez 2016 Synopsis of the Trichocentrum Clade photo fide;

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