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Bifrenaria racemosa  Racemose Bifrenaria


 Racemose Bifrenaria , Bifrenaria racemosa


Bifrenaria racemosa [Hkr.] Lindl. 1843

Common Name or Meaning The Racemose Bifrenaria

Flower Size 1" [2.5 cm]

Found in Rio de Janiero, Sao Paulo, Espiritu Santo and Minas Gerais states of Brazil as a small sized, warm to cool growing epiphyte with ovoid, compressed, slightly four angled pseudobulbs carrying a single, apical, lanceolate, plicate leaf that is condulplicate below and blooms on a basal, racemose, few to several flowered inflorescence arising from a mature pseudobulb and occuring in the summer and fall

Synonyms Adipe fulva Rafin. 1836; Adipe racemosa Rafin 1836; Colax racemosus Spreng 1828; *Maxillaria racemosa Hook 1827; Stenocoryne racemosa [Hook] Kraenzl. 1896; Xylobium racemosum (Hook.) Sweet 1830