Epidendrum cochleatum (L.) is now Prosthechea cochleata (L.) W.E. HIGGINS. The genus Prosthechea was originally placed in Epidendrum, then in Encyclica, but was finally reclasified because of the pseudobulbs and the lips. The pseudobulbs of Encyclica are ovoid, while those of Prosthechea are spindle-shaped and often flatened. In most Encyclica the lip is lowermost, while it is uppermost in Prosthechea. The genus includes about 100 species and is found from Mexico to Brasil. Prosthechea cochleata is found from Florida and the West Indies through Mexico, Colombia and Venezuela.
So the correct name is:
Prosthechea cochleata (L.) W.E. HGGINS; syn: Encyclica cochleata (L.) LEMEE, Epidendrum cochleatum L.
(above is according to Botanica`s "Orchids", 2002)
Accordingly my conclusion is that Epidendrum Green Hornet should be Prosthechea Green Hornet.