Eria javanica (Sw.) Blume

in Rumphia 2: 23 (1836).

Synonymes

Callista perakensis (Hook.f.) Kuntze in Rev. Gen. 655 (1891).

Dendrobium javanicum Sw. in Kongl. Vet. Akad. Handl. 21: 247 (1800). (basionyme)

Dendrobium perakense Hook.f. in Fl. Brit. Ind. 5: 712 (1890).

Dendrolirium rugosum Blume in Bijdr.: 345 (1825).

Eria cochleata Lindl. in Bot. Reg. 30:Misc. 14 (1844).

Eria fragrans Rchb.f. in Bot. Zeit. 22: 415 (1864).

Eria inamoena Schltr. in ref. [122]

Eria rugosa (Blume) Lindl. in Gen. Sp. Orch. Pl.: 55 (1830).

Eria stellata Lindl. in Bot. Reg.:T. 904 (1825).

Eria striolata Rchb.f. in Gard. Chron.: 554 (1888).

Eria vaginata (Breda) Bentham in J. Linn. Soc. 18: 303 (1881).

Katherinea perakensis (Hook.f.) A.D.Hawkes in Lloydia, 19. 97 (1956).

Octomeria stellata (Lindl.) Spreng. in Syst. 4, 2: 310 (1827).

Octomeria vaginata Breda in Gen. Sp. Orch. Asclep.:Pl. 5 (1827).

Pinalia fragrans (Rchb.f.) Kuntze in Rev. Gen. 2: 679 (1891).

Pinalia rugosa (Blume) Kuntze in Rev. Gen. 2: 679 (1891).

Pinalia stellata (Lindl.) Kuntze in Rev. Gen. 2: 679 (1891).

Pinalia striolata (Rchb.f.) Kuntze in Rev. Gen. 2: 679 (1891).

Sarcopodium perakense (Hook.f.) Kraenzl. in Pflanzenr. Heft 45: 328 (1910).

Tainia stellata (Lindl.) Pfitzer in Engler & Prantl, Nat. Pflanzenfam. 2. 6. 153 (1888).

Répartition

Birmanie, Borneo, Chine, Cambodge, Inde, Java, Laos, Malaisie, Moluques, Nouvelle Guinée, Philippines, Sikkim, Sulawesi, Sumatra, Taiwan, Thaïlande.

Borneo : Sabah, Sarawak.

Chine : Yunnan.

Inde : Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, West Bengal.

Laos : Borikhan, Louangphabang, Phongsali, Viangchan, Xaignabouli.

Philippines : Albay, Benguet, Camarines Sur, Laguna, Lanao del Norte, Lanao del Sur, Leyte, Mindoro Occidental, Mindoro Oriental, Mountain, Rizal, Southern Leyte, Zamboanga del Norte, Zamboanga del Sur.

Taiwan : Nan-t'ou, T'ai-tung.

Floraison : _____JJASO__. Altitude de 10 à 1300 m.

Description sommaire

Plante épiphyte, lithophyte. Taille de 16 à 35 cm. 2 feuilles, de 110-250 × 20-45 mm, elliptiques, oblongues, coriaces. Fleurs de 30 à 50, jaunes, rouges, violettes. Sépale dorsal lancéolé, triangulaire, de 18-28 × 4-5 mm. Sépales latéraux lancéolés, triangulaires, de 18-28 × 5-6 mm. Pétales lancéolés, triangulaires, de 13-20 × 3-5 mm. Labelle lancéolé, ovale.

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