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References

For Epidendrum

Brown, P.M. 2002. Wild orchids of Florida, with references to the Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plains. Univ. Press of Florida.

Correll, D.S. 1950. Native orchids of North America north of Mexico. Chronica Botanica Cp., Waltham, MA. 399 pp.

Franck, A.R. 2018a. Epidendrum magnoliae is an invalid name and E. conopseum should be maintained in usage. In Weakley, A.S., D.B. Poindexter, R.J. LeBlond, B.A. Sorrie, E.L. Bridges, S.L. Orzell, A.R. Franck, M. Schori, B.R. Keener, A.R. Diamond, Jr., A.J. Floden, and R.D. Noyes. 2018a. New combinations, rank changes, and nomenclatural and taxonomic comments in the vascular flora of the southeastern United States. III. J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 12: 27-67.

Hágsater, E. 2002b. Epidendrum. In Flora of North America Editorial Committee. 2002a. Flora of North America north of Mexico. Volume 26, Magnoliophyta: Liliidae: Liliales and Orchidales. Oxford Univ. Press, New York, NY. 723 pp.

Pridgeon et al. (2005) Pridgeon, A.M., P.J. Cribb, M.W. Chase, and F.N. Rasmussen. 2005. Genera orchidacearum. Volume 4: Epidendroideae (part 1). Oxford Univ. Press.