Tolumnia lucayana (Nash) Braem 1986 Photo by © Peter M.C. Werner .
Common Name The Lucaya Tolumnia [An archaic name for the Bahamas]
Flower Size .5 to 1" 1.25 to [2.5 cm]
Found in the Bahamas, and Northern Cuba in coastal scrub near the
beaches or in mangrove swamps close to the sea as a miniature sized,
hot growing epiphyte with arching, shallowly channeled, serrated
margined, sparsely minutely spotted purple-brown leaves held in an
equitant fan that blooms on an axillary 6 to 18" [15 to 45 cm] long,
6 to 12 flowered inflorescence.
Synonyms Oncidium lucayanum Nash 1920; Oncidium lucayanum var.
aureum Moir 1973; Oncidium lucayanum var. purpureum Moir 1973;
Oncidium lucayanum var. rubiginosum Moir 1973