Sobralia wilsoniana Rolfe 1890 SECTION Abbreviatae

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Common Name Wilson's Sobralia [?]

Flower Size 4"[10 cm]

Found in Costa Rica and Panama in very wet forestsat elevations around 300 to 2200 meters as a medium sized, hot to cool growing terrestrial or epiphyte with slender stems carrying elliptic or broadly elliptic-lanceolate, acute, marignate, plicate leaves that blooms at most any time of the year on a terminal, short, successive flowering inflorescence with fragrant flowers.

Synonyms Sobralia bouchei Ames & C. Schweinf. 1930; Sobralia sanderae Rolfe 1890; Sobralia triandra A.H.Heller & A.D.Hawkes 1966

References W3 Tropicos Kew Monocot list , IPNI ; Lankester's Epidendra Website CR ; The Orchids of Panama L.O. Williams & P Allen 1946; AOS Bulletin Vol 27 No 6 1958; Phylogeny and Classification of the Orchid Family Dressler 1993 photo fide; Manual de Plantas de Costa Rica Vol 3 Hammel, Grayum, Herrera and Zamora 2003; Orquideas de la Serrania del Baudo Misas Urreta 2005 as S sp pg 659 #348 drawing/photo fide; Orchid Digest Vol 74 #2 2010 as S bouche photo fide; Orchid Digest Vol 73 #3 2009; AOS Bulletin Vol 81 #6 2012 photo fide; Pl. Syst. Evol. 303: 868 Baranow, Dudek & Szach. 2017