Monographs Details: Galeandra devoniana M.R.Schomb. ex Lindl.
Authority: Schweinfurth, Charles. 1967. Orchidaceae of the Guayana Highland. Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 14: 69-214.
Description:Distribution and Ecology - BRAZIL. Amazonas: upper Rio Negio basin, Rio Dimiti, at base of Serra Dimiti, epiphyte, flowers purplish brown, May 12-19, 1948, R. E. Schultes & F. Lopez 10022; Taracua, in Igapo, blooming in February, G. Hiibner 174. VENEZUELA. Amazonas: Samariapo, 120 m alt., flowers maroon, speckled, L. Williams 1600; Santa Cruz, margin of Rio Atabapo, near the mouth of Rio Atacavi, E. Foldats 3646; Cerro Yapacana, Rio Orinoco, along Caño Catua, at the northwest base of the mountain, 125 m alt., frequent epiphyte in low bush, flowers purplebronze, lip white with purple markings, throat spurred, November 19, 1953, B. Maguire, J. J. Wurdack & G. S. Bunting 36559; Rios Pacimoni-Yatua, Casiquiare, 50 km above the mouth of Rio Pacimoni, on laja, 100-140 m alt., November 29, 1953, Maguire, Wurdack & Bunting 36668A (fruit only, so determination only probable); Alto Orinoco (ex Blaumann) G. C. A. Dunstewille 481; Rio Orinoco, along Yapacana Cafio, 125 m alt., epiphyte, "Tepals brownish; lip white, longitudinally rose-streaked, the crests greenish-yellow," June 17, 1959, J. J. Wurdack ir L. S. Adderley 43024; along Caiio Temi just above Yavita, 130 m alt., abundant epiphyte, "Tepals yellowish brown; lip white, longitudinally streaked purple, the spur yellow," June 11, 1959, Wurdack ir Adderley 42939; along Caiio San Miguel just above Limoncito (about 15 km from Rio Guainia), 120 m alt., frequent epiphyte on Chiquichiquite palm trunks, "Tepals brownish-yellow; lip white, the lower lobe longitudinally rose-streaked," June 28, 1959, Wurdack & Adderley 43216. BRAZIL (type).

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