Condylago (kon-deh-LAH-goh) has a single species, Condylago rodrigoi. The name refers to the articulation of the lip which, like Acostaea, is sensitive and snaps up when triggered. The long flower stem is progressively flowered and there are long white hairs on the interior of the sepals. It is found only in Colombia.
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Condylago rodrigoi Luer
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