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Eulophia euglossa
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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Eulophia (Greek, handsome crest). Orchidaceae. Terrestrial orchids, requiring warmhouse conditions.

Rather small plants with membranaceous Lvs. and conspicuous pseudobulbs: scape basal, several-fld.; sepals and petals spreading, similar, ascending; labellum 3-lobed; pollinia 2.—About 50-60 species, in the tropics of both hemispheres. The cult. of Calanthe will apply to this genus.

E. Coleae, Rolfe. A slender-growing species with aloe-like lvs. — E. Lubbersiana, Laurent & Th. Dur. Allied to E. maculata: lvs. dark green, marbled with white. Afr. — E. nuda, Lindl. Scape about 2 ft. tall, many-fld. ; fls. ranging from rose-purple to pink, or yellow- lib green; lip nearly entire, recurved. India and China. B.M. 8057. — E. paniculata, Rolfe. Pseudobulbs tufted, bearing 2 strap- shaped Lvs.: fls. numerous; petals and lip yellowish green dotted with purple. Madagascar. — E. undulata, Rolfe. Scape about 1 ft. high, of slender growth; petals and lip pale green, the latter with 3 prominent keels on the disk. Rhodesia. — E. Woodfordii, Rolfe. With tall many-fld, infl.; IK green with dull claret-purple lip. Old Calabar. CH

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Eulophia guieensis
Eulophia guineensis - habit


  • Eulophia × burundiensis ( = E. cucullata × E. flavopurpurea) (Burundi)..
  • Eulophia × pholelana ( = E. ovalis var. bainesii × E. zeyheriana) (S. Africa)


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