Catasetum fimbriatum (0)
Common Name The Fringed Catasetum
Flower Size 1 1/2" [3.75 cm]
Found in Guyana?, Venezuela, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina in dry lowland regions on trunks of palm trees at altitudes of 400 to 500 meters as a large sized, hot to warm growing epiphyte with conical-fusiform, several-noded pseudobulbs subtended by several leaf bearing sheaths carrying several, oblong-ligulate, submembraneous, acute leaves that blooms in the late spring and summer on a basal, pendant, 1 1/2' [45 cm] long, racemose inflorescence arising on a mature pseudobulb and has many [7 to 15] loosely arranged, fleshy, very spicily fragrant flowers.
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