Sayeria incurvilabia is an orchid species identified by (Schltr.) Rauschert in 1983. Culture information and photos for this orchid are commonly detailed under the currently accepted name of Dendrobium dendrocolloides.
ORIGIN: This small to medium sized, cool to cold growing epiphyte is found in western New Guinea at altitudes of 1800 to 3100 meters in open forests on mountain ridges in heathlike areas.
DESCRIPTION: This small to medium sized, cool to cold growing epiphyte is found in western New Guinea at altitudes of 1800 to 3100 meters in open forests on mountain ridges in heathlike areas with orange to red brown, 3 to 5 noded stems carrying 2 to 3, elliptic-lanceolate leaves and blooms in the fall on a 2 to 3 [5 to 7.5 cm] long, axillary, suberect, several [to 8] flowered inflorescence that arises from near the apex of the cane with fleshy flowers that do not open well.
FLOWER SIZE: 0.3 to 0.4 inches [0.8 to 1 cm]
-- information provided by Jay Pfahl, author of the
Internet Orchid Species Encyclopedia (IOSPE).
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