Monographs Details: Maxillaria notylioglossa Rchb.f.
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: Caura. Rio Canaracuri, 400 m alt., F. Cardona 348. Amazonas: Mt. Duida, Savanna Hills, 1350 m alt., epiphytic in woods, August 1928-April 1929. G. H. H. Tate 828; Cerro Yavi, 1500 m alt., in trees, flowers yellowish green with white hairs on tongue [lip], March 1-3, 1947, K. D. Phelps & C. B. Hitchcock 24; Cerro Sipapo (Pardque), 2000 m alt., occasional on rocks on east escarpment, flowers greenish yellow, lip with white margins, column purplish, January 14, 1949, B. Maguire & L. Politi 28332; same locality, 600 m alt., near Intermediate Camp, frequent epiphyte in mixed montane woodland, flowers yellowish green, February 2, 1949, Maguire & Politi 28712. A widespread and variable species extending from VENEZUELA (type of Maxillaria notylioglossa), COLOMBIA, PERU and BOLIVIA to BRAZIL (type of Ornithidium divaricatum).

Discussion:

Ornithidium diiuiricatum B. Rodr.. Cen. & Sp. Orch. Nov. 2: 209. 1881.

Maxillaria divaricata (B. Rodr.) Cogn., Martius Fl. Bras. 3(6) : 49, t. 4, fig. 1. 1904.

Distribution:Venezuela South America| Colombia South America| Peru South America| Bolivia South America| Brazil South America|