Eulophia angornensis (Rchb.f.) P.J.Cribb, Lindleyana 13: 174 (1998).
Homotypic Synonyms:

Galeandra angornensis Rchb.f., Linnaea 20: 680 (1847).
Heterotypic Synonyms:
Galeandra angornensis Rchb.f. in W.G.Walpers, Ann. Bot. Syst. 6: 650 (1863), orth. var.
Lissochilus anjoanensis (Rchb.f.) Rchb.f., Flora 48: 188 (1865).
This plant apparently comes from the island of Agorna , near Anjouan, but does not appear to be present on any other of the islands of the Comoros. The following are the principal characteristics: according to the original description (type not known): inflorescence many-flowered; floral divisions unequal, the externals lanceolate-acute (25 x 10 mm) margins sometimes undulate, the internals oval-obtuse (25 x 8.2 mm), thinner is texture and always undulate marginally. Labellum oval, obscurely trilobed, provided with a saccate spur basally, rectangular; lateral lobes oval, ascending, found in the lower third of the labellum; median lobe bilobed, lobes acute; undulate marginally; with 2 nearly cylindrical calluses, 4 mm, tall, and bilobed apically, on the front margins of the spur oriface; lateral veins heavy basally, thin apically.
Not recorded.
Specimens are incomplete, without leaves or tubers and with flowers of mauve, apparently different from the preceding species, by its larger flowers, and by its very large petals (20 x 18 mm) and the large pouch shaped spur (12 mm wide and 8 mm long).
Lindleyana 13: 174 (1998); Expansion of the orchid genus Eulophia (Eulophiinae; Epidendroideae) to include Acrolophia, Cymbidiella, Eulophiella, Geodorum, Oeceoclades and Paralophia by Mark W. Chase, André Schuiteman & Pankaj Kumar. Phytotaxa 491 (1); POWO (2022). "Plants of the World Online. Facilitated by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Published on the Internet; Retrieved 26 November 2022."
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