Glomera palustris subintegra

Glomera palustris J.J.Sm. var. subintegra J.J.Sm., Nova Guinea 14 (1929) 374

Type: Lam 1829 (holo L; iso BO)

Differs from the typical form in that the spur of the lip is more rounded and the clinandrium less deeply notched. (After Smith, 1929)

Habitat: Epiphyte in upper montane forest. Altitude 2500-3100 m.

Flowering time in the wild: October.

Distribution: Malesia (New Guinea, endemic).

Distribution in New Guinea: Papua (Indonesia). See map: 322-97M.JPG

Cultivation: Cool growing epiphyte.