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Lepanthes dubbeldamii B.T.Larsen 2014 (Kew)


Distribution
Venezuela, Northern South America, Southern America
General Information: Lepanthes alopex, but is distinguished by its longer peduncle, petals with a truncate upper lobe, oblong blades of the lip and densely pubescent, thickened sinus with an oblong, geniculate, and pubescent, appendix. (Bruno Larson, Three new species of Lipanthes, ResearchGate.net: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/291344068_Three_new_species_of_Lepanthes_Orchidaceae
Subfamily:   Epidendroideae
Tribe:   Epidendreae
Subtribe:   Pleurothallidinae
Genus:   Lepanthes  (images)

Lepanthes dubbeldamii
Photo: Wiel Driessen
Lepanthes dubbeldamii
Photo: Wiel Driessen
Lepanthes dubbeldamii
Photo: Wiel Driessen