>~Stenocoryne aureofulva [Hooker]Kraenzl. - See Bifrenaria aureo-fulva [Hooker] Lindley 1843 Photo by © Eric Hunt and his Orchid Species Photo Website
Common Name The Golden-Red-Yellow Stenocoryne
This one bounces back and forth to Bifrenaria so the info is in both spots
A hot to warm growing epiphytic orchid from Southern Brazil found at elevations of 200 to 700 meters, where it blooms in the summer on a basal, erect, to pendulous, 5 to 12" [12 to 30 cm] long, few to several [3 to 15] flowered inflorescence with nodding, fragrant blooms. This species can be mounted on tree fern, or in a pot with a fast draining medium, cool to warm temperatures, bright light and plenty of water while growing and a dry rest in the winter.
Synonyms Adipe aureofulva (Hook.) M. Wolfe 1990; Bifrenaria secunda [Vell.] Hoehne 1967; Epidendrum secundum Vell. ; *Maxillaria aureo-fulva Hooker 1838; Maxillaria stenopetala Knowles & Westcott 1838; Stenocoryne aureofulva [Hooker]Kraenzl.; Stenocoryne secunda [Vell]Hoehne