Monographs Details: Psammisia debilis var. ecuadorensis Luteyn
Authority: 1996. Fl. Ecuador. 54: 187.
Description:Species Description - Twigs densely, scurfy short-pilose; stem usually persistently short-pilose or glabrate. Leaves with lamina weakly bullate, short-pilose along midrib above and all nerves beneath, the nerves conspicuously impressed above; petiole usually puberulent to short-pilose. Inflorescence conspicuously racemose, 4-5-flowered; rachis 2-3.5 cm long, densely short-pilose.
Distribution and Ecology - Endemic to Ecuador; premontane to montane cloud forest, at 1890-2700 m altitude.
Discussion:Conservation status: Rare and endangered.