Barkeria delpinalii Archila & Chiron
The Walter del Pinal Barkeria
A small epiphytic herb growing to just 15 cm. in height. Roots: No description given. Stems: No description given. Leaves: conduplicate, elliptic with acute tips. Inflorescence: lax, multifloral raceme, 8 cm. in length. Flowers: no mention is made of flower coloration in the description. Dorsal sepal is lanceolate and caudate at the apex, lateral sepals are falcate, aristate; and petals are obliquely elliptic, sub-caudate to acuminate. The lip is elliptic and sub-caudate to acuminate at the apex. The disc of the lip has three parallel keels, the two exterior ones are longer while the central one is shorter but extends slightly past the terminus of the other keels. The column is oblong-capitate in shape with two conspicuous teeth (stelidae) at the apex.