translucent light green flowers and zero buds on one pendent 11 cm
inflorescence; mounted on a 7.5 cm diameter by 30 cm long log; old stems woody,
new growth stems suffused purple, alternate leaves elliptical to 3.2 cm wide by
9 cm long veined purple; sepals reverse suffused purple; substance firm;
texture waxy; recognized for its rarity in cultivation and educational value; plant
Epidendrum curtisii A.D.Hawkes, Orquídea (Rio de Janeiro) 18: 174 (1957).This name is accepted.
Epidendrum curtisii. Award 20151892, has been determined
to be Epidendrum homoion by SITF (May 2015).