L.A. Garay & P.G. Taylor, 1976
Medium - Maximum
White / Pink / Greenish-Brown
Eulophidium roseovariegatum, Senghas, 1967.
Oeceoclades gracillima, Garay & P. Taylor, 1976.
Eulophia gracillima, Schltr.
Eulophidium gracillimum, Schltr.
Lissochilus gracillimus, H.Perrier.
This member of the
Orchidaceae family was
given this name by Leslie
Andrew Garay and Peter Geoffrey Taylor in 1976. It is found in
northern Madagascar, growing in a rich and
drained soil with some water and some sun. The pseudobulbs grow
to two centimetres with five centimetre speckled leaves (hence the
name). The flowers are greenish brown with a white inner with pink
The genera name from Greek
oikeios; 'special' or 'separate', and Greek klados;
'branch', probably for the short branches of the former Angraecum
maculatum and the mottled leaves, according to Genaust, l.c. It was published by John Lindley
in Edwards' Bot. Reg. 18: sub t. 1522. 1832. The species name from Latin rose; the
colour and varigata; 'variegated'.