Rhyncholaelia glauca var arobauta
Rhyncholaelia glauca grows from southern Mexico to Costa Rica in mountain forests at 2000-5000 feet. It is warm to hot growing, fragrant, needs bright light and blooms in spring. It is often called Brassavola glauca. The genus Rhyncholaelia (Rhynch) contains 2 species that were formerly included in Brassavola. They grow in Central America and are fragrant tropical epiphytes needing bright light.