Bletia catenulata

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Bletia catenulata
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Kingdom: Plantae
Clade: Tracheophytes
Clade: Angiosperms
Clade: Monocots
Order: Asparagales
Family: Orchidaceae
Subfamily: Epidendroideae
Genus: Bletia
B. catenulata
Binomial name
Bletia catenulata
Ruiz & Pav.
Synonyms [1]
  • Epidendrum octandrumVell.
  • Bletia sanguineaPoepp. & Endl.
  • Bletia sherrattianaBateman ex Hook.f.
  • Regnellia purpureaBarb.Rodr.
  • Bletia rodriguesiiCogn.
  • Bletia ecuadorensisSchltr.
  • Bletia catenulata var. caeruleaL.C. Menezes
  • Bletia catenulata var. albaL.C. Menezes
  • Bletia repandaRuiz & Pav.
  • Epidendrum octandrumVell.
  • Epistephium herzogianumKraenzl.
  • Bletia catenulata f. caerulea(L.C.Menezes) F.Barros & J.A.N.Bat.
  • Bletia catenulata f. alba(L.C.Menezes) Meneguzzo
  • Bletia catenulata var. albaL.C.Menezes

Bletia catenulata is a species of orchid native to Ecuador, Peru, Brazil, Colombia, Bolivia and Paraguay. [1]

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