Corybas calophyllus sepalinus

Corybas calophyllus (Schltr.) Schltr. var. sepalinus (Schltr.) P.Royen, Phanerog. Monogr. 16 (1983) 33

Basionym: Corysanthes calophylla var. sepalina

Differs from the typical variety by the longer sepals and petals, which are more than twice as long as the spurs. (After Schlechter, 1911-1914, as Corysanthes calophylla Schltr. var. sepalina Schltr.).

Colours: Same as the typical variety.

Habitat: Terrestrial in humus under shrubs on mountain ridges. Altitude 1300 m.

Flowering time in the wild: September.

Distribution: Malesia (New Guinea, endemic).

Distribution in New Guinea: Papua New Guinea. See map: 178-27M.JPG

Cultivation: Intermediate growing terrestrial, keep in light shade.