It now is in the genus Prosthechea
Prosthechea boothiana var. erythronioides in Flora of North America @ efloras.org
"lowering Jul--Sep; fruiting Nov--Dec or throughout year. In hammocks and thickets, on small trees; 0--30 m; Fla.; West Indies (Bahamas).
The autogamous, 3-anthered Prosthechea boothiana var. erythronioides is the only variety found in Florida, probably because of the absence of a pollinator. Throughout the rest of the distribution of the species, the 3-anthered plants seldom occur. As most other autogamous tropical orchids in Florida, it has been able to survive there only because of the self-pollinating feature. The 1-anthered variety, var. boothiana, occurs in Cuba, Bahamas, Mexico, and Belize.
Encyclia tampensis (left) & Prosthechea boothiana plants | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
differences betweet Enc and Prosth.
The Genus Prosthechea (Orchidaceae) | Selby Gardens