Sweet & Garay, 1966
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This species was named in honor of Jose Strobel, who first
exported the species.
It was found in 1958 growing on fence posts and in tree tops in almost full sun, in the province of Zamora-Chinchipe, Ecuador at altitudes of 1400-1700m. It has also been reported from Peru.
This is a small plant that grows
7-10cm tall. The tubular flowers are around 2cm and
the tails 3-4cm.
M. strobelii is best grown under intermediate conditions.