The Oncidium Section Serpentia
This comprises three species: globuliferum, sancti-Pauli, and serpens, although a fourth (Onc. harlingii) is now listed by Stacy.5 Like those species in the Pullvinata Section, the flowers produce fleshy sepals and membranaceous petals and lip. The pseudobulbs are however conspicuous, leaf bearing, very remote on a long, slender, wiry twining rhizome.2
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Site established 9th May 1998
Oncidium series first uploaded 20 October 1999