Sobralia citrea Dressler 2005 SECTION Abbreviatae

TYPE Photos by Kerry Dressler

Part shade Warm Summer

Common Name The Lemon Colored Sobralia

Flower Size 5.6" [14 cm]

Found in Cocle province of Panama at elevations of 800 to 1000 meters as a large sized, warm growing terrestrial with erect, elongate stems carrying narrowly ovate, acute-acuminate, shortly petiolate base leaves with scurfy-hispid, rugulose sheaths that blooms in the summer on scurfy-hispid, rugulose bract clusters, successively single, few flowered inflorescence.

Sobralia mireyae is said to be synomonous with this epiteth but I have left them separate for now.

Synonyms Sobralia mireyae Dressler 2007

References W3 Tropicos, Kew Monocot list , IPNI ; *AOS Bulletin Vol 74 #12 2005 photo fide; AOS Bulletin vol 78 No 11 2009 photo fide;