Rodrigueziopsis eleutherosepala is an epiphytic orchid from the genus Rodrigueziopsis.
Plants bloom in the winter with a two to three 1.25 cm flower.
Plants are found in humid forest of Parana' and Santa Catarina states of Brazil at elevations of 600 meters.
Plant prefers cool to intermediate temperature and is grown in diffused bright light. The plant is best mounted or grown in a well drain mix such as tree fern fibers. To water the plant spray the root system. Reduce watering in the winter.
Common name: The Free Non-Connected Rodrigueziopsis
- Rodriguezia eleutherosepala Barb. Rodr. 1881