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Masdevallia racemosa, an endemic species from the Central Cordillera in Cauca department, is recognized by its long repent habit, with a creeping or ascending rhizome, a loose inflorescence of successive and simultaneous ...
The habit of Masdevallia encephala is quite like any other species of the genus, however, the infated, almost completely fused, sepal blades, and bristle-like tails result in a very unique sub-globose fower. Te name, which ...
Epidendrum fimbriatum is recognized by its terrestrial or lithophytic habit, scandent stems, distichous leaves, an apical inforescence of numerous and successive non resupinate fowers. The tiny flowers are snow white ...
Cyrtidiorchis Rauschert is a small genus of some fve species distributed from Colombia and Venezuela to Peru, phylogenetically related to Sauvetrea Szlach. and Mormolyca Fenzl (Maxillarinae). Tey are characterized by ...
I Simposio sobre Cambio Climático y Biodiversidad: Hacia el fortalecimiento de la resiliencia y acciones requeridas ante el Cambio Climático en Latinoamérica
I Symposium on Climate Change and Biodiversity: Towards strengthening the resilience and actions required to face Climate Change in Latin America
El cambio climático es una variación significativa y permanente de los patrones globales del clima, sus consecuencias son irreversibles si no se toman las acciones pertinentes. En Latinoamérica, el cambio climático no ...
Masdevallia hortensis is similar to most other species of Masdevallia subgenus Meleagris, it can be distinguished by the callus at the apex of the dorsal sepal and the revolute, white, lateral sepals with a red-purple mid ...
The relatively large flowers with long-cuadate sepals of Platystele colombiana are somewhat reminiscent of P. caudatisepala (C. Schweinf.) Garay, P. posadarum Luer & R. Escobar and P. baqueroi L. Jost & Iturralde. The new ...
Descripción de Andinia chaoae
Platystele colombiana is most similar to P. caudatisepala, P. posadarum and P. baqueroi but can be easily distinguished by the completely glandular-hirsute tepals and the very narrowly linear to acuminate petals that are ...
Andinia pseudocaulescens has a wide distribution and has been found on all three Cordilleras in Colombia as well as in Ecuador. It frequently grows together with other species of Andinia subgen. Brachycladium (Luer) ...