Pleurothallis-perryi-Bryon-Rinke-JC/AOS-2020-10-11

Pleurothallis-perryi-Bryon-Rinke-JC/AOS-2020-10-11***Confirmed as Pleurothallis perryi (Nov 2020); identified with the assistance of Mark Wilson; based in part on the bright vein patterns on the sepals and petals and on the lip shape in the drawing compared to P. troglodytes and this flower; the lip is almost an exact fit with the drawing for P. perryi; per the description in the IOSPE, "may be recognized by the striped, long ciliate sepals and broadly ovate, ciliate petals and the transversely cordate-ovate lip".***





































Judging Center: Great Plains Judging Center

Award Number: 20203599

Award Date: September 19, 2020

Awarded As: Pleurothallis perryi 'Bryon Rinke' JC/AOS

Five non-resupinate flowers ten buds on 15, 0.5cm long inflorescences; sepals and petals chartreuse with red-purple venation; sepals hirsute on distal one-half margins; petals hirsute on distal one-third margin; lip red-purple, chartreuse picotee distal margin; column, anther cap and bilobed stigma red-purple; substance firm; texture glossy; species from Ecuador; ID by SITF _____________.

The lip of P. troglodytes is different - here they are side-by-side - there is a smooth, non-pubescent form of P. perryi that I have seen photos of from SW Ecuador

Dr. Mark Wilson
Dept. of Organismal Biology and Ecology
Colorado College
14 East Cache La Poudre
Colorado Springs
CO 80903
U.S.A.

Cell/mobile:
U.S. 719-321-6293
U.K. 23-8168-0164
________________________________________
From: brinke@cox.net
Sent: Saturday, August 17, 2019 3:30 PM
To: Mark Wilson
Subject: RE: Help with ID

All the AOS awards look different than this one. Could the awarded ones be Pleurothallis troglodytes????
The lateral sepals are flat on the AOS awards and the margins are smooth.
This one has pubescent hairs on the sepals and petals.
Bryon

From: Mark Wilson
Sent: Saturday, August 17, 2019 3:57 PM
To: brinke@cox.net
Subject: Re: Help with ID

Hey Bryon:

Yes, I do think its P. perryi - what made you doubt the ID?

Mark

Dr. Mark Wilson
Dept. of Organismal Biology and Ecology
Colorado College
14 East Cache La Poudre
Colorado Springs
CO 80903
U.S.A.

Cell/mobile:
U.S. 719-321-6293
U.K. 23-8168-0164
________________________________________
From: brinke@cox.net
Sent: Saturday, August 17, 2019 2:21 PM
To: Mark Wilson
Subject: Help with ID


I got this from Ecuagenera. Do you think it is Pths perryi???
Thanks,
Bryon
Have a great weekend

Plant Leaf > number of leaves per growth or cane: 1

Plant > Leaf Length: 13.0cm

Plant > Leaf Width: 5.0cm

Plant > Leaf Margin: Smooth

Plant > Leaf Shape: Cordate-ovate

Plant > Pseudobulb/Growth/Ramicaul Length: 36.0cm

Plant > Pseudobulb/Growth/Ramicaul Width: 0.2cm

Plant > Pseudobulb/Growth/Ramicaul Margin: smooth

Plant > Pseudobulb/Growth/Ramicaul distance between growths along rhizome:: tightly grouped together

Plant >Pseudobulb/Growth/Ramicaul Root Tip Color: green

Inflorescence > Overall Length: 1.0cm

Inflorescence > Ovary Length: 0.5cm

Inflorescence > Ovary Width: 0.1cm

Inflorescence > Ovary Shape: terete

Inflorescence > Ovary Color: dark chartreuse

Inflorescence > Ovary Texture: ribbed longitudinally

Flower Natural Spread Length: 2.0

Flower Natural Spread Width: 1.0

Flower > Dorsal Sepal Length: 1.2

Flower > Dorsal Sepal Width: 1.1

Flower > Lateral sepals or synsepal Length: 1.2

Flower > Lateral sepals or synsepal Width: 0.4

Flower > Petals Length: 0.9

Flower > Petals Width: 0.6

Flower > Lip or Pouch Length: 0.4

Flower > Lip or Pouch Width: 0.4

Flower > Column Color: red-purple

Flower > Anther Cap Color: red-purple

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