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Flora Data (Last Modified On 11/8/2012)
Species PHRAGMIPEDIUM LONGIFOLIUM (Warsz. & Reichb. f.) Rolfe
PlaceOfPublication Orch. Rev. 4:33. 1896.
Synonym Cypripedium longifolium Warsz. & Reichb. f. in Bot. Zeit. 10:690. 1852; Hook. f. in Bot. Mag. 98: t. 5970. 1872. Selenipedium longifolium Reichb. f. Xenia Orch. 1:3. 1854. Cypripedium Hincksianum Reichb. f. in Card. Chron. n. s. 9:202. 1878. Paphiopedilum lomgifolium Pfitz. in Engl. & Prantl, Nat. Pflanzenfam. II. 6:84. 1888. Paphiopedium longifollum Kerch. Orch. 455. 1894. Paphiopedilum Hincksianum Pfitz. in Engl. Bot. Jahrb. 19:41. 1894.
Description Stems much reduced, leafy. Leaves up to 80 cm. long and 1-4 cm. broad, linear or linear-ligulate, canaliculate, acute, inconspicuously and unequally bilobed at the apex, inarticulate, distichous. Inflorescence terminal, several-flowered, glabrous; flowers medium-sized; bracts 4-9 cm. long and 1-2 cm. broad, acute, distichous, glabrous. Dorsal sepal 3-5.5 cm. long and 1-1.8 cm. broad, lanceolate or lanceolate-acuminate. Lateral sepals 2.5-5 cm. long and 1.7-2.5 cm. broad, ovate-lanceolate. Petals 5-10 cm. long and 0.4-0.8 cm. broad, linear-lanceolate, caudate, pubescent within, especially at the base. Lip 2.5-4 cm. long and about half as broad, calceiform, pubescent within, at least at the base, margins involute.
Distribution Costa Rica, Panama and Colombia.
Specimen CHIRIQUI: in barranca west of Caldera River, alt. 3800 feet, Powell 308; without locality, Warsceuicz. COCLE: valley of the upper Rio Mata Ahogado, alt. 350 m., Allen 145; Las Margaritas, Bouche 4. PANAMA: without locality, Seernann 1114.
 
 
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