Jumellea marojejiensis H.Perrier, Notul. Syst. (Paris) 14: 161 (1951).
Epiphytic plant 5-20 cm tall; stern compressed, 7-10 mm across; eight to ten leaves varying in size, 2.5- 8 x 0.7-0.8 cm; inflorescences one-flowered; peduncle 8-10 mm long; perianth (without spur) 1.7 cm long; sepals and petals similar, 16-17 mm long; lip almost the same as the sepals, but concave; spur filiform, 13-15 mm long; pedicellate ovary 3.7 cm long.
Growing in moss forest at around 1,500 meters in altitude.
As given for the genus.
Sepals and petals greenish white to pale sulphur yellow, lip whiter with hardly any green. This species is similar to Jumellea crytoceras, but differs from it by the fact that its leaves are shorter, and flower segments are very acute, and much narrower, and the spur is filiform to the tip, hardly shorter than the sepals and the lip.
Northeastern Madagascar
WCSP (2017). 'World Checklist of Selected Plant Families. 19.02-2017; http://apps.kew.org/wcsp/
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