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Huntleya
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Huntleya is a small orchid genus native to South America, Central America and Trinidad.[1]

These are epiphytic, pseudobulbless and often larger plants with subplicate leaves nearing forty centimeters long, erect and single-flowered. They occur in wet cloud forests at medium altitudes.

Species

Species currently accepted as of June 2014:[1]

  1. Huntleya apiculata (Rchb.f.) Rolfe - Colombia
  2. Huntleya brevis Schltr. - Colombia
  3. Huntleya burtii (Endres & Rchb.f.) Rolfe - from Colombia north to Guatemala
  4. Huntleya caroli P.Ortiz - Colombia
  5. Huntleya citrina Rolfe - Colombia, Ecuador
  6. Huntleya fasciata Fowlie - Ecuador, Panama, Belize
  7. Huntleya grandiflora Lam. - Colombia
  8. Huntleya gustavii (Rchb.f.) Rolfe - Colombia, Ecuador
  9. Huntleya lucida (Rolfe) Rolfe - Venezuela (including the Venezuelan Islands of the Caribbean), Guyana, Ecuador, Brazil
  10. Huntleya meleagris Lindl. - Trinidad and northern South America to Brazil
  11. Huntleya sessiliflora Bateman ex Lindl. - Guyana
  12. Huntleya vargasii Dodson & D.E.Benn. - Peru
  13. Huntleya waldvogelii Jenny - Colombia
  14. Huntleya wallisii (Rchb.f.) Rolfe - Ecuador

References

  • Pupulin, Franco. Vanishing Beauty, Native Costa Rican Orchids vol 1 Acianthera - Kegeliella. Sistema Editorial y University of Costa Rica.
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Huntleya: Brief Summary
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Huntleya is a small orchid genus native to South America, Central America and Trinidad.

These are epiphytic, pseudobulbless and often larger plants with subplicate leaves nearing forty centimeters long, erect and single-flowered. They occur in wet cloud forests at medium altitudes.

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