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|pendant blooms have lanceolate, acutely tipped petals. Bases and lower throats are white suffusing magenta pink at their centers. Petal apexes, margins and upper centers are darker pink. The narrow tube is white flushed with pink. Flower form is very open with no evident recurve. Stamens are white with upper portions tinted pink. An extremely long magenta-red style and similar color stigma extends well past the anthers. Ovary receptacles are ridged. Reported to be free flowering and a repeat bloomer typical of Queens.
|Epiphytes, Vol. 16, no. 64, Nov. 1992: 91, McM&H, 1995: 108
|growth habit is pendant.
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