131161 Psh. mariae 'Gerd Röllke' photo by D.O.G. (Germany O.S.)

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Orchid Species: Encyclia mariae

Encyclia mariae is an orchid species identified by (Ames) Hoehne in 1952. Culture information and photos for this orchid are commonly detailed under the currently accepted name of Prosthechea mariae.
Genus
Encyclia (E.)
Grex
mariae
Parents
Species
Author
(Ames) Hoehne
Year
1952
Other Names
Genus Name Genus Grex Name Origin
Add+ Euchile Ech mariae
Add+ Epidendrum Epi mariae
Add+ Prosthechea Psh mariae Kew accepted
  1. John Marmaro
    3 months ago
    Encyclia [Euchile, Prosthechea] mariae was actually first described in 1937, by Oakes Ames, and published as Epidendrum mariae. Hoehne merely transferred it into Encyclia in 1952. I really think it and its sister species, E. citrina, are sufficiently different from the rest of Prosthechea to be kept separate, in Withner's genus Euchile. Otherwise, I think it best that it should be left in a broadly defined Encyclia-- as indeed seems to be the horticultural preference, since it is still almost always labeled Encyclia mariae.
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