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Orchid Species: Rhynchostele uroskinneri

(This name is currently accepted by Kew.)
Rhynchostele uroskinneri is an orchid species identified by (Lindl.) Soto Arenas & Salazar in 1993.
Rhynchostele (Rst.)
(name currently accepted by Kew)
(Lindl.) Soto Arenas & Salazar
ORIGIN: Found in Guatemala, Honduras and Mexico on rocks at high elevations.

DESCRIPTION: Large sized, cold to cool growing terrestrial or lithophyte with ovoid, compressed, ancipitous pseudobulbs subtended by 3 to 4 foliaceous sheaths carrying 1 to 3, flexuous, lanceolate, acute leaves that blooms on a rigidly erect, usually simple, 3' [90 cm] long, many flowered inflorescence with lanceolate, acuminate bracts and showy, long-lasting, fragrant flowers occurring in the summer and fall.

FLOWER SIZE: To 2 1/2 inches [to 6.5 cm] -- information provided by Jay Pfahl, author of the Internet Orchid Species Encyclopedia (IOSPE).
Other Names
Genus Name Genus Grex Name Year Author
Add+ Odontoglossum Odm uro-skinneri
Add+ Lemboglossum Lem uroskinneri 1984 (Lindl.) Halb.
Add+ Odontoglossum Odm uroskinneri 1859 Lindl.
Add+ Amparoa Amp ureskinneri 2009 (Lindl.) Archila
Add+ Lemboglossum Lem ureskinneri 1984 (Lindl.) Halb.
Add+ Odontoglossum Odm ureskinneri 1859 Lindl.
Add+ Odontoglossum Odm uro-skinneri
Add+ Rhynchostele Rst uroskinneri 1993 (Lindl.) Soto Arenas & Salazar
Add+ Rhynchostele Rst ureskinneri 1993 (Lindl.) Soto Arenas & Salazar
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