Oncidium ayacuchense [J M H Shaw] in edSECTION Cebolletae Photo by W. Cetzal-Ix and Harvard Papers in Botany Vol 21 #2 Cetzal-Ix Carnevalli and Romero-Gonzalez 2016 Synopsis of the Trichocentrum Clade

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Common Name The Puerto Ayacucho Oncidium [a port in Venezuela on the Orinoco River]

Flower Size .6 to .72" [1.5 to 1.8 cm]

Found in southern Venezuela at elevations around 100 to 400 meters as a hot growing epiphyte without plant data that blooms in the late fall and early winter on a basal, erect, peduncle terete, 7 bracted internodes, basal one longest, acuminate, tubular bracts, to 10" [25 cm] long, to 9 flowered inflorescence with narrowly elliptic, acuminate as long to longer than the pedicel floral bracts and carrying resupinate flowers

Synonyms Cohniella amazonica Cetzal & Carnevali 2014; *Trichocentrum ayacuchense J.M.H.Shaw 2014

References W3 Tropicos, Kew Monocot list , IPNI ; Lankesteriana 12[3]: 207 - 214 Romero 2014 as Cohniella amazonica photo/drawing fide; Harvard Papers in Botany Vol 21 #2 Cetzal-Ix Carnevalli and Romero-Gonzalez 2016 Synopsis of the Trichocentrum Clade as Cohniella amazonica photofide;

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