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One hundred thirteen, cupped flowers and thirty-three buds on five, branched, erect inflorescences on a plant 76 cm tall by 64 cm wide, grown on a tree fern plaque 37 cm tall by 23 cm wide; flowers creamy white, lightly spotted lavender dorsally, light peach on older flowers; lip bright yellow proximally; column and anther cap light yellow; substance firm; texture satin; per WCSPF the natural distribution of the species ranges fromCentral America to Ecuador;l awarded as Epidendrum bracteolatum C.Presl, Reliq. Haenk. 1: 100 (1827).
An HCC was awarded to Encyclia acutifolia 'Hamlyn'. There is a previous award to the species but to photo bears no resemblance to E. acutifolia. Thought that I would submit this to you too for taxonomic verification.