Common Name: The Spicate Eria
Light Requirements: partial sun
Temperature Requirements: cool to hot
Blooms: spring and summer
Flower Size: 8mm
Synonyms: Eria convallaroides Lindley 1830; Eria salwinensis Hand.-Mazz. 1936; Octomeria convallarioides D. Don 1830; *Octomeria spicata D. Don 1825; Pinalia alba Buch.-Ham. 1825
Found in China, western Himalayas, Assam, the eastern Himalayas, Nepal, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam at elevations of 800m to 2800m as a miniature to small-sized, hot to warm growing epiphyte or lithophyte with crowded, terete, narrow, elliptic-oblong to conical pseudobulbs enveloped basally by 1 to 2 sheaths and carrying 4, arising from near the apex, elliptic-oblong,obliquely bifid, sessile to shortly petiolate base leaves that blooms in the spring and summer on a glabrous, lateral, sub-erect, slender, 12cm to 18cm long, laxly 5 to 20 flowered inflorescence with ovate-elliptic to oblong, obtuse, reflexed, floral bracts carrying glabrous to sparsely pilose, subglobose, fragrant flowers.
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