The Oncidium Section PULVINATA
This Section of five species includes divaricatum, harrisonianum, pulvinatum, robustissimum and sphegiferum. These plants have somewhat fleshy sepals. The petals and lip are membranaceous except for the callus. The pseudobulbs are small with a prominent terminal leaf enclosed by a non-leaf-bearing bract. The leaves have flat blades; somewhat fleshy in texture. The crest of the lip resembles a cushion, and is covered by soft downy hairs. 2
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Oncidium series first uploaded 20 October 1999