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Orchid Species: Stelis restrepioides

(This name is currently accepted by Kew.)

Stelis restrepioides is an orchid species identified by (Lindl.) Pridgeon & M.W.Chase in 2001.
Genus
Stelis (Ste.)
Grex
restrepioides
(name currently accepted by Kew)
Parents
Species
Author
(Lindl.) Pridgeon & M.W.Chase
Year
2001
ORIGIN: This medium sized, cold to warm growing epiphyte or terrestrial on steep slopes is found in Colombia, Ecuador and Peru in wet montane forests at altitudes of 800 to 2900 meters.

DESCRIPTION: This medium sized, cold to warm growing epiphyte or terrestrial on steep slopes is found in Colombia, Ecuador and Peru in wet montane forests at altitudes of 800 to 2900 meters with a short rhizome, and an elongate ramicaul enveloped basally by 4, elongate, tubular sheaths and carrying a single, erect, apical, elliptic, thick, gradually narrows below into the conduplicate petiolate base leaf and blooms on several at once, apical, racemose, suberect, to 12 [to 30 cm] long, few flowered inflorescence arising from a spathe at the base of the leaf and having many acuminate, loose bracts that blooms in the winter on several successively opening, foul smelling, pendant flowers that are held all to one side of the inflorescence and all held well above the leaves.

FLOWER SIZE: More than 1 1/2 inches [3.7 cm] -- information provided by Jay Pfahl, author of the Internet Orchid Species Encyclopedia (IOSPE).
Other Names
Genus Name Genus Grex Name Year Author
Add+ Pleurothallis Pths atroviolacea 1899 F.Lehm. & Kraenzl.
Add+ Pleurothallis Pths fritillaria 1855 Rchb.f.
Add+ Pleurothallis Pths roezlii 1876 Rchb.f.
Add+ Elongatia Elg restrepioides 2004 (Lindl.) Luer
Add+ Pleurothallis Pths restrepioides 1837 Lindl.
Add+ Humboltia Humboltia fritillaria 1891 (Rchb.f.) Kuntze
Add+ Humboltia Humboltia reichenbachiana 1891 Kuntze
Add+ Humboltia Humboltia restrepioides 1891 (Lindl.) Kuntze
Add+ Humboltia Humboltia roezlii 1891 (Rchb.f.) Kuntze
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