Ophidion clarenceanum determined to be Phloeophila cunabulum

Ophidion clarenceanum determined to be Phloeophila cunabulum



















































Vert / Width


Horizontal / Length


Natural Spread


1.2


2.2


Dorsal Sepal


0.7


2.0


Petals


0.2


0.9


Lateral Sepals


0.7


2.2


Lip / Pouch


0.5


1.8

















Description: Two flowers on two inflorescences on clumping
plant, leaves petiolate 2 cm, leaves 4.5cm by 1.4cm; flower yellow striped
maroon basally; petals spatulate maroon; lip white stiped maroon; column
yellow; substance firm; texture mate; native Colombia.


20151915 PNW







Ophidion clawrenceanum, award 20151915, has been
determined to be Phloeophila cunabulum by SITF (June 2015).



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