Huntleya gustavi (Rchb.f.) Rolfe, Orchid Rev. 24(286): 236. 1916.
Synonyms: Batemannia gustavi Rchb.f., Linnaea 41: 108. 1876.Type: Colombia, Neu Granada, 1500–1800 m, G. Wallis s.n. (holotype: W).
Illustrated specimen: Colombia. Risaralda: Municipality of Pueblo Rico, Monte Bello, Tatamá National Natural Park, 1424 m, 8 June 2017. S. Vieira-Uribe 33, K.D. Fernandez, L.F. Perez (JAUM; LCDP Voucher).
Huntleya gustavi belongs to a group of species with only one set offimbria on the hypochile. These species have medium size flowers with sepals approximately 3 cm long and a lip approximately 2 cm long. Similar species with these traits are Huntleya brevis Schltr. (distinguished by having sepals longer than wide), H. caroli P. Ortiz (sepals and lip with red apexes), H. citrina Rolfe (yellow lip), and lastly H. apiculata (Rchb. f.) Rolfe (described as white)…