Monographs Details: Habenaria parviflora Lindl.
Authority: Schweinfurth, Charles. 1967. Orchidaceae of the Guayana Highland. Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 14: 69-214.
Family:Orchidaceae
Description:Distribution and Ecology - VENEZUELA. Bolivar: Mt. Roraima, 1700-1800 m, Schomburgk, Im Thurn 46,251; Mt. Roraima, Glycon Swamp and vicinity, on southwest-facing slopes, 1830-1920 m alt., called "parigua-yarikii," flowers yellow-green, September 25, 1944, J. A. Steyermark 58638; Mt. Roraima, in forested southwest-facing quebrada near Rondón Camp, 2040 m alt., flowers green, September 25, 1944, Steyermark 58648; Sororopan-tepui, on rocky hematite exposure of open slopes on summit at west end, 2225-2255 m alt., November 13, 1944, Steyermark 60059; Ilu-tepui, Gran Sabana, infrequent in savanna between Uarupata and Ilu-tepui, Camp 1, 1000-1500 m alt., flowers greenish, March 8, 1952, B. Maguire 33311; occasional in morichal 2 km east of Rio Orinoco between mouth of Rio Horeda and Cerro Gavilan (Cerro Carichana), 100 m alt., flowers pale greenish-yellow, December 17, 1955, J. J. Wurdack and J. V. Monachino 39945; Chimanta Massif, Central Section, on rocky escarpment between west and east branches of the headwaters of Rio Tirica, 2260 m alt,, flowers olive green, February 13, 1955, J. A. Steyermark & J. J. Wurdack 818; Auydn-tepui, 1500 m alt., in damp ground, F. Pannier & W. Schwabe 1876. COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, BRAZIL (type), PARAGUAY and URUGUAY.

Distribution:Venezuela South America| Colombia South America| Ecuador South America| Brazil South America| Paraguay South America| Uruguay South America|