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Abdominae minimiflora
Species:
Genus: Abdominea
Family: Orchidaceae
Order: Asparagales
Class: Liliopsida
Subtribe:
Tribe:
Kingdom: Plantae

Description
Abdominea genus consists of only one species of rare orchids, Abdominea minimiflora. Orchids are monopodial epiphytes plants that have small flowers. Genus name is derived from the Latin word meaning abdominal peru

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These orchids scattered territories du Thailand to the Malay Peninsula, Java and the Philippines.

Acampe dentata
Species:
Genus: Acampe

Description
This genus are epiphytes monopodial orchid plants that are similar to Vanda. Orchids of this genus can grow into a large group of epiphytes. Flowers small spots with a sepal and the sam Petal. Labellum has 4 polinia. Genus series

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This orchid genus spread from Africa, the Himalayas, Malaysia and China Southern.

Description
species: Acampe multiflora [Lindley] Lindley 1853 = Acampe rigida [Buch .- Ham. J. E. Smith's ex] P.F. Hunt 1970 Acampe carinata (Griff.) S.G. Panigrahi 1985 Acampe papillosa (Lindley) Lindl. 1853 Acampe crassifolia (Lindl. & Paxton) Szlach. 2003 Acamp



Acacallis hoehnei
Species:
Genus: Acacallis

Description
Acacallis Lindl. 1853, is a genus of the family Orchidaceae that comes from South America with a small number of species. Genus name is derived from Greek mythology Akakallis. Based on the database of the Royal Botanical Gardens, the genus

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Initial species found in the genus are found in Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, and Peru.

Description
Examples of species Acacallis coerulea (Rchb. f.) Schltr. 1918 (synonymous with Aganisia fimbriata Rchb.f.) Acacallis cyanea Lindl. 1853 (Peru; Venezuela) (synonymous with Aganisia cyanea (Lindl.) Rchb.f) Acacallis fimbriata (Rchb. f.) Schltr. 1918 (Peru; V

Description
Orchid guy (Man orchid, Aceras anthropophorum) is the only species of the genus monotipik Aceras. Common name of this orchid flowers refers to the shape that resembles a man hanging, where the head is formed by Petal and sepal ser


Acanthephippium mantinianum
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This orchid grows in the rich prairie sun to dry land. Orchids are scattered in the Mediterranean area and in central Europe and can also be found in the alpine zone in areas not too high.

Description
Species: Acanthephippium mantinianum Linden & Cogn. 1897 Acanthephippium pictum Fukuy. 1935 Acanthephippium ringiflorum griff. 1851 Acanthephippium simplex Aver. 1994 Acanthephippium sp. Borneo Acanthephippium striatum Lindley 1838 Acanthephi



Aceratorchis tschiliensis
Species:
Genus: Aceratorchis

Description
Aceratorchis Schltr., 1922 is a small genus of the orchid family (Orchidaceae). Orchids of this genus has 6-15 cm tall with fleshy rizoma and spread. Trunk cylindrical, upright with two in the basal stem. Leaf color

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This genus of two species of epiphytes that grow in mountainous forest areas and grasslands that stretches from Tibet to central China and Yunnan.

Description
Species Aceratorchis albiflora Schltr. 1922 (Tibet to China - Yunnan). Aceratorchis tschiliensis Schltr. 1922 (to C. China Qinghai).

Synonym Aceras anthropomorpha (Eq.) Steud. 1840 Aceras anthropophorum (L.) Sm. 1818 Arachnites anthropophora F.W. Schmidt 1793 Loroglossum anthropophorum (L.) Rich. 1818 Loroglossum brachyglotte Rich. 1818 Ophrys L. anthropophora 1753 Orchi

Acianthus fornicatus
Species:
Genus: Acianthus

Description
Acianthus Brown, 1810 was a member Australisian genus 21 species. Genus name is derived from the Greek word that means the end Achis and anthos which means flower, according to the form of a pointed sepal. Common name used in Aus

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This genus spread in Australia, New Zealand, New Guinea and the Solomon Islands. In the new Kalidonia, some species grow in the forest on a decaying forest waste or rotting wood.

Description
Species Acianthus aegeridantennatus (NW. & SE. New Caledonia). Acianthus amplexicaulis (NE. Queensland to EC. New South Wales, New Caledonia). Acianthus atepalus (SE. New Caledonia). Acianthus bracteatus (SE. New Caledonia). Acianthus caudatus:

Acineta alticola
Species:
Genus: Acineta

Description
Acineta Lindley, 1843 is a small genus of the family Orchidaceae. Genus name is derived from the Greek meaning akinetos rigid, according to a rigid labelum. Large leaves with leaf bones are parallel, similar to ang

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Orchids are epiphytes of the genus terapat in tropical montane forests ranging from Mexico to the south western United States, at an altitude above 2000 m.

Description
Species Acineta alticola C. Schweinf. (1951) (Venezuela). Antioquiae Acineta Schltr. (1917) (Colombia). Acineta barkeri (Bateman) Lindl. (1843) (Mexico to Guatemala). Acineta beyrodtiana Schltr. (1917) (Colombia). Acineta chrysantha (C. Morren)

Ackermania-caudata
Species:
Genus: Ackermania

Description
Ackermania is a new genus in the Orchidaceae family allied with the genus Chondrorhyncha. Genus name is derived from the name of James Ackerman, an expert in taxonomy of orchids from the United States.

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The species of this genus are generally found in mountain forests in South America, especially in the areas of shade, berkebut and has high humidity.

Description
Ackermania Species caudata (another name and Chondrorhyncha caudata caudata Stenia): found in Peru (Cordillera del Condor), Colombia and Ecuador. Ackermania cornuta Ackermania hajekii: a new species recently discovered in Peru. Ackermania j

Acriopsis javanica
Species:
Genus: Acriopsis

Description
The genus is a genus of orchids, orchids of six. Orchid species from this genus of herbaceous plants grow in the form of small epiphytes. At first glance this is similar to orchids of the genus Cymbidium orchids, but in terms of habitat and

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These orchids spread from Nepal to the Solomon Islands.

Description
Species: Acriopsis carrii Holttum 1947 Acriopsis crispa griff. 1920 Ames Acriopsis floribunda Acriopsis griffithii Rchb. f. 1854 Acriopsis harae Tuyama 1964 Acriopsis indica Wight 1853 Acriopsis insulari-silvatica Fukuy. 1938 Acriopsis JAV

Acostaea costaricensis
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Genus: Acostaea

Description
Acostaea is a genus in the Orchidaceae family consisting of 4 native species of central American region and South America. Well-known species of this genus is A. costaricensis. The size of this genus of orchids is very small with sepal-pair

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Middle America and South America

Description
Species: Acostaea campylotyle Acostaea costaricensis Schltr. (Costa Rica to Ecuador) Acostaea costaricensis subsp. bicornis Acostaea costaricensis subsp. unicornis Acostaea costaricensis subsp. colombiana Ascostaea Tenax Acostaea trilobata

Acrolophia capensis var. lamellata
Species:
Genus: Acrolophia

Description
This genus consists of 9 species of orchids. The genus is characterized by upright leaves, thick and thick roots, fleshy and long. All the species have similar flowers of the genus Eulophia flower color is almost black, brown, white or

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An endemic orchid genus from Africa. Regional distribution of this orchid in particular in the Cape province in South Africa and some in the African tropics.

Description
Species: Acrolophia capensis var. lamellata (Lindl.) Schelpe 1982 Acrolophia comosa (Sond.) Schltr. & 1894 Acrolophia bolus lamellata (Lindl.) Pfitzer 1887 Acrolophia sphaerocarpa (Sond.) Pfitzer 1887 Acrolophia tristis (Lf) Pfitzer 1887

There chlorops
Species:
Genus: There

Description
There Lindl. 1854, is a genus consisting of 16 species, is a sub-family of Epidendroideae, with examples of common species are There aurantiaca. Lancet-shaped leaves, growing on two sides of the rod length 20 cm, growing on the pseudobulbs

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Angrek-angrek of this genus are native orchids of Nicaragua's territory to the north of South America, to the Andes and Bolivia. These orchids grow in wet areas in the mountains with an altitude forests between 650 m served until 2700,

Description
Species: There allenii: Allen's There (Panama). There andreettae (Ecuador). There aurantiaca: Red-orange There (NW. Venezuela to Ecuador). There bennettiorum: Bennett's There (Peru). There brachypus (Ecuador to Bolivia). There chlorops (C. America). There ele

Acrorchis roseola
Species:

Genus: Acrorchis

Description
Acrorchis Dressler 1990, is a genus consisting only mototipek one orchid species, Acrorchis roseola. This orchid species grow in groups with the color magenta and can reach 15 cm high. Sepal and Petal of flower size to

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Orchids orchids are epiphytes found in Costa Rica and Panama at an altitude between 900 to 2.500 m.

Adamantinia miltonioides
Species:
Genus: Adamantinia

Description
Adamantinia is the name of a genus of the family Orchidaceae. Genus name is derived from the name of the species is found in the Chapada Diamantina, Brazil. Plant leaves dark olive green with a long perbungaan. Flower color camera

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Orchids of the genus comes from the Serra do Sincorá (Brazil, Bahia, South America). These plants grow as epiphytes in the area enough sunlight at an altitude of 900 m.

Adenoncos vesiculosa
Species:
Genus: Adenoncos

Description
This genus consists of about 10 orchids, epiphytes monopodial genus allied with Luisia. Flowers bloom in winter in a very short period.

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The genus is distributed from the peninsula of Malaya to New Guinea.

Description
Species: virens Adenoncos Blume 1825 Adenoncos adenoncoides (Ridl.) Garay 1972 Adenoncos parviflora Ridl. Vesiculosa Carr 1896 Adenoncos vivax Adenoncos JJSm 1932. 1926

Aerangis fastuosa
Species
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Genus: Aerangis

Description
Aerangis is a genus consisting of approximately 50 species of orchids. These orchids are epiphytes and plants of some form of plants litofit with small to medium size. Orchid plant is similar to the genus Vanda. This orchid Tumbu

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Regional distribution of this orchid covers an area of Africa, Madagascar and the Comoros.

Description
Synonym of this genus is Aerobion Spreng. 1826; Angorkis `Thou. 1809; Angorchis Spreng 1822; Barombia Schlecter 1914; Radinocion Ridley 1887; Rhaphidorhynchus Finet 1907 Species: Aerangis flabellifolia Rchb.f 1865 Aerangis alata H

Aeranthes grandiflora
Species:
Genus: Aeranthes

Description
This genus consists of approximately 30 species. This orchid grows in the form of epiphytes with a very short stem or no stem at all. Perbungaan shaped pendan with one or several large interest in what is sometimes transparent, berw

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Distributed in the Islands of Madagascar, Comoros and Mascarene and two species from the African continent.

Description
Species: Aeranthes adenopoda (Madagascar). Aeranthes aemula (N. Madagascar). Aeranthes africana (Zimbabwe - Vuma Mts.). Aeranthes albidiflora (Madagascar). Aeranthes ambrensis (N. Madagascar). Aeranthes angustidens (NE. Madagascar). Aeranthes a

Aerides japonica
Species:
Genus: Aerides

Description
Aerides or orchids, or orchids, cat's tail fox is a genus belonging to the family Orchidaceae. Perbungaan have rasemosa arrangement with flowers, with a layer of wax to last long. Sweet-smelling flowers and white

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There are in parts of Asia, from India, Nepal South China, Southeast Asia to New Guinea.

Description
Species: Aerides augustianum Rolfe (1889) (Philippines). Aerides crassifolium CSPParish ex Burb (1873) (Indo-China). Aerides crispum Lindl. (1833) (SW. India). Aerides emericii Rchb.f. (1882) (Andaman Is.) Aerides falcatum

Aerides japonica
Species:
Genus: Aerides

Description
Aerides or orchids, or orchids, cat's tail fox is a genus belonging to the family Orchidaceae. Perbungaan have rasemosa arrangement with flowers, with a layer of wax to last long. Sweet-smelling flowers and white

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There are in parts of Asia, from India, Nepal South China, Southeast Asia to New Guinea.

Description
Species: Aerides augustianum Rolfe (1889) (Philippines). Aerides crassifolium CSPParish ex Burb (1873) (Indo-China). Aerides crispum Lindl. (1833) (SW. India). Aerides emericii Rchb.f. (1882) (Andaman Is.) Aerides falcatum Lindl. & Paxton (185

Aganisia cyanea
Species:
Genus: Aganisia

Description
Aganisia Lindl. 1839, is a genus originating from South America. This genus name from Greek bersal Agnos, which means the award, may be related view fragrance released by the orchid. Angrek of this genus memil

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Orchids of this genus are dwarf plants, are epiphytes and climbing. Growing up in the mountains or forests and savannahs along the banks of the river in Trinidad, Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, and Peru.

Description
Aganisia cyanea Species: Blue orchid (S. Trop. America). Aganisia fimbriata (N. & W. South America). Aganisia pulchella (Trinidad to Brazil). Intergeneric Hybrids: xDownsara. = Batemannia x Aganisia x Otostylis x Zygosepalum xHamelwellsara = A

Aglossorhyncha biflora
Species
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The genus: Aglossorhyncha

Description
This genus consists of 6 species of orchids, small to medium-sized mostly epiphytes growing of plants and several species of orchids. Round rod with a length of up to 35 cm and usually branched. Different genus den

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Six species found in Papua and New Guinea on a large branching tree and tall and moss in the primary forests.

Description
1.Aglossorhyncha species aurea Schltr. 2.Aglossorhyncha biflora J.J.Sm. 1910 3.Aglossorhyncha longicaulis J.J.Sm. 1928

Agrostophyllum brevipes
Species
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Genus: Agrostophyllum

Description
Agrostylum is a genus that has about 90 species. Genus name is derived from the Greek meaning agrotis grass and leaves phyllos which means, in accordance with the form of grass-like leaves. Orchids of this genus have leaves yan

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These epiphytes orchids found growing in lowland forests in the tropics, growing on tree trunks and branches. Distribution covers an area of Seychelles, Madagascar, India, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Indonesia to the Pacific islands. A penyeberan Center

Description
Agrostophyllum acutum (New Guinea). Agrostophyllum amboinense (Maluku - Ambon). Agrostophyllum appendiculoides (New Guinea). Agrostophyllum aristatum (Fiji). Agrostophyllum arundinaceum (Borneo). Agrostophyllum atrovirens (Maluku - Ambon). Agr

Alamania punicea
Species:
Genus: Alamania

Description
The genus is a genus of orchids monotipik which consists of only one species of orchids, small epiphytes with a climbing rizoma. These orchids need a moist environment and can not grow in dry environments. This orchid start b

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This orchid is endemic plants from Mexico.

escription
Alamania species punicea LaLlave & Lex. 1825

Altensteinia fimbriata
Species
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Genus: Altensteinia

Description
This genus consists of 9 species of orchids. Orchids of this genus have a characteristic Citi perbungaan rasemosa dense with large petals and colored. This orchid has roset leaves at the base of the rod. The scientific name comes from the genus in

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Growing up in high mountain cold. Orchids are scattered in the Andes in South America to Argentina and Brazil.

Description
species: 1.Altensteinia boliviensis Rolfe ex Rusby 1895 2.Altensteinia fimbriata Kunth 1816 3.Altensteinia palaecea [Kunth] 1822 4.Altensteinia pilifera Kunth Kunth 1815 5.Altensteinia sceptrum Rchb. f. 1854

Amesiella philippinensis
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Genus: Amesiella

Description
This genus consists of two species from the Philippines. Orchids of this genus are small epiphytes plants that grow in hot areas until warm. This orchid plants have short stems, thick fleshy roots and fleshy leaves

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Orchids of this genus are small epiphytes plants that grow in hot areas until warm. Spread in tropical regions of Asia, the Pacific Islands, Australia and Africa.

Description
species: 1.Amesiella monticola J.E. Cootes et D.P. Banks 1999 2.Amesiella philippinensis [Ames] Garay 1972

Amitostigma keiskei
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Genus: Amitostigma

Description
This genus is a dwarf-sized orchids. Tuber crops, round or ovoid with a size of 1 to 1.5 cm. This orchid is a species heterotrof with new roots that grow from tubers. Generally upright stems with 1 (rarely 2 or 3)

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Amitostigma Schltr. 1919, is a genus diteukan in the Asian region, consisting of 27 species and grows in habitats located in the Alpine region of India, the western Himalayas, China, and Japan samapai Kuril islands. Twenty-two species grow in

Description
Species: Amitostigma alpestre: Alpine Chicken Orchid (Taiwan). Amitostigma amplexifolium (SC. China) .. Amitostigma basifoliatum (China). Amitostigma bifoliatum (China). Amitostigma capitatum (China). Amitostigma dolichocentrum (China). Ami

Anacamptis pyramidalis
Species:
Genus: Anacamptis

Description
Rich Anacamptis., 1817 is a small genus in the family orchidaseae. The genus is abbreviated as Ant. In scientific journals. Examples of species of this genus is Daei Anacamptis pyramidalis [L.] LC Rich. 1818. Scientific genus name is derived from the language Yu

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Orchids of this genus are contained orchids in the meadow, or a chalky soil in Europe, the Mediterranean to Central Asia.

Description
Species: Anacamptis boryi (S. Greece, Crete). Anacamptis champagneuxii (W. Medit.) Anacamptis Collina (Medit. to S. Turkmenistan). Anacamptis coriophora (Europe, Medit. To W. Asia). Anacamptis coriophora subsp. coriophora (Europe to W. A

Ancistrochilus rothschildianus
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Genus: Ancistrochilus

Description
Ancistrochilus is a genus of the family Orchidaceaea of only 2 species. Genus name is derived from Greek Bansa ankistron which means hook and lip cheilos which means, in accordance with the labellum structure similar to the flower lip. Grow

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The two species of orchid can be grown in hot areas meupun cold. Species are found growing in West Africa to Tanzania and Uganda. These orchids grow on tree trunks and branches of trees at an altitude between 500 to 1100 m.

Description
Species: Ancistrochilus rothschildianus O'Brien 1907: Rotschildt's Ancistrochilus (W. Trop. Africa to Uganda) Ancistrochilus thomsonianus (Rchb.f.) Rolfe 1897 (S. Nigeria to WC. Trop. Africa)

Anacheilum fragans
Species:
Genus: Anacheilium

Description
This genus is a fraction of the genus Encylia with 59 species of orchids. This genus is separated from the genus because of some differences Encylia on perbungaan. Perbungaan in this genus comes from the spathe green or discolored menj

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Description
species: 1.Anacheilium cochleatum Hoffmannsegg 1842 2.Anacheilium abbreviatum [Schlechter] Withner and Harding 2004 3.Anacheilium aemulum (Lindl.) Withner & PAHarding 2004 4.Anacheilum alagoensis [Pabst] Pabst, Moutinho & Pinto 1981 5.Anach

Ancistrorhynchus metternae
Species:
Genus: Ancistrorhynchus

Description
This genus is a genus of orchids consisting of 16 species. Is a plant genus of monopodial epiphytes with short or long stems and leaves with the tip straight bilobus and sometimes jagged, which is characteristic of this genus. Perbungaan on

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Orchids of this genus has a distribution area in the tropical regions of Africa.

Description
species: Ancistrorhynchus brevifolius Ancistrorhynchus capitatus Ancistrorhynchus cephalotes Ancistrorhynchus clandestinus Ancistrorhynchus constrictus Ancistrorhynchus crystalensis Ancistrorhynchus laxiflorus Ancistrorhynchus metteniae

Angraecopsis breviloba
Species:
Genus: Angraecopsis

Description
This orchid genus consists of 30 species of orchids, dwarf-sized epiphytes. These orchids have leaves and stems short and long perbungaan. Perbungaan composed of small flowers such as the spider that has 2 polinia.

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Regional distribution of this genus include the tropical regions of Africa, Madagascar, Comoro Islands and Mascarene.

Description
Species: Angraecopsis amaniensis Summerh. Angraecopsis boutoni (Rchb.f.) H. Perrier Angraecopsis breviloba Summerh. Angraecopsis comorensis Summerh. Angraecopsis cryptantha PJCribb Angraecopsis dolabriformis Schltr. Angraecopsis elliptica

Anguloa sp
Species:
Genus: Anguloa

Description
The genus Anguloa Ruiz & Pav., 1794 commonly known as a tulip orchid. Genus name is derived from the name of Francisco de Angulo, a lover of Peruvian orchids. The genus is generally grown in the soil, but some species are epiphytes with p

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This genus is found in the forest floor in the region at an altitude of Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador to Peru.

Description
Species: Anguloa brevilabris (Colombia). Anguloa clifsampainii (Colombia). Anguloa clowesii: Tulip Orchid, Cradle Orchid (Colombia to NW. Venezuela). Anguloa dubia (Colombia). Anguloa goldschmidtiana (Colombia). Anguloa hohenlohii (Colombi

Angraecum scottianum
Species:
Genus: Angraecum

Description
Angraecum Bory, 1804 consists of 221 species, do not have pseudobulbs and have a monopodial stems. Durable interest, form and perbungaan rasemosa leaves grow from the armpit. Generally white flowers but some species flower memeliki yes

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Vegetative forms of plants and flowers of this orchid is very varied and very well adapted to grow in dry tropical regions that have very thick leaves. Generally grow as epiphytes, but some grow in the ground as litofit.

Description
Species: Angraecum eburneum: lithophyte Angraecum leonis: Lion's Moustache Orchid Angraecum magdalenae: Queen of the Angraecums Angraecum sesquipedale: Star of Bethlehem Orchid, Christmas Star Orchid, Comet Orchid, Angraecum orchid Rocket acu

Anoectochilus geniculatus
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Genus: Anoectochilus

Description
Anoectochilus is a genus in the Orchidaceae family consisting of approximately 50 species. Orchids of the genus are often referred to as a jewel orchid ( "Jewel orchids") for an attractive appearance. Genus name is derived from the word

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This orchid plants spread from the Himalayan region to tropical and subtropical regions of Asia, South China, Australia, Papua New Guinea and the Pacific islands, growing in a shady moist area.

Description
Species Anoectochilus albolineatus CSPParish & Rchb.f. (1874): White Lines Anoectochilus (Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam) Anoectochilus albomarginatus Loudon (1855) Anoectochilus baotingensis (KYLang) Ormerod (2003) (China, Hainan) Anoectochilus

Ansellia gigantea
Species:
Genus: Ansellia

Description
Ansellia Lindl. 1844, is a genus of the family Orchidaceae monotopik. Genus name is derived from the name John Ansell, an assistant botanist of the British who first discovered the orchid specimens in the year 1841 in the island of Fernando Po Afrik

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Only species Ansellia africana, or better known as the African Ansellia or leopard orchid that is native species from tropical and South Africa. Orchid plants are found along the bay and the river below naunga

Description
Species: africana Ansellia:: African Ansellia, Leopard Orchid Ansellia africana subsp. africana (Trop. & S. Africa). Ansellia africana subsp. australis (Angola).

Aorchis cyclochila
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Genus: Aorchis

Description
Aorchis Vermeulen 1972, is a small genus in the Orchidaceae family consisting of two species of orchid land (terrestrial). In the past orchids of the genus Aorchis inserted into genera Habenaria, Gymnadenia or Galeorchis. Tumbuhan ang

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These species grow in the bush and temperate alpine meadow at an altitude of 2300-4300 m, in the Himalayan region to China, Japan, Korea and western parts of Russia. Sometimes angrek-angrek of the genus form a very large colonies.

Description
Species Aorchis cyclochila (Russian Far East to Japan). Aorchis spathulata (Himalaya to SC. China).

Aplectrum hyemale
Species
: Aplectrum hyemale
Genus: Aplectrum

Description
Aplectrum hyemale is the only species of the genus Aplectrum. Genus name comes from the Greek word meaning not bertaji. Orchid species is better known by the name of Adam and Eve orchid or orchid roots putty (putty root), conformed

Appendicula elegans
Species:
Genus: Appendicula

Description
This genus consists of 40 common species cultivated. This orchid grows in warm to hot areas. Perbungaan pedek, composed of colored flowers fade. Synonym of this genus is Conchochilis Hassk. 1842; Metachilum Lindley 1830; Sc

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The genus is primarily found in Indonesia but also in the Philippines, New Caledonia and the Himalayas.
Description
species: 1.Appendicula alba Bl. 1825 2.Appendicula Applicata J.J.Sm. 1908 - See Appendicula polystachya Schltr. 1912 3.Appendicula biumbonata Schltr. 1912 4.Appendicula buxifolia Blume 1825 5.Appendicula elegans Rchb. f. 1857 6.Appendicula e

Arachnis flosaeris
Species:
Genus: Arachnis

Description
This genus consists of 7 species of monopodial epiphytes, and some species hybrid. Orchids of this genus has long roots that have shapes like a rope. Perbungaan type rasemosa with fragrant flowers, and valvate te

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Found in Southeast Asia and Malaysia, New Guinea. This orchid grows in warm climates to hot.

Description
species: 1.Arachnis moschifera Bl. 1826 2.Arachnis annamensis (Rolfe) J.J. Sm. 1912 3.Arachnis beccarii Rchb. f. 1886 4.Arachnis bella (Rchb.f.) J.J.Sm. 1912 5.Arachnis cathcartii [Lindley] JJSmith 1912 - 6.Arachnis clarkei (Rolfe) JJ Sm.

Arethusa bulbosa
Species:
Arethusa bulbosa
Genus: Arethusa

Description
Arethusa bulbosa, or dragon's mouth orchid (dragons mouth), is the only species of orchid genus Arethusa. Genus name derives from the Greek word Naiads derived from Greek mythology. These orchids grow to 15 cm. Flowers tungg

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This ground orchid is an orchid species are very rare, growing in areas temperata in North America, especially in western Canada and western United bagaian. This orchid grows in the mud, swamp and lowland berhumus.

Description

Arpophyllum giganteum
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Genus: Arpophyllum

Description
This genus consists of 5 species of orchids, epiphytes and orchids. Orchids of this genus have a single leaf with a thick psedobulb. Stems grow from pembunggus rizoma. Perbungaan composed of many flowers that grow dense and size kec

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This genus is found in the area of Mexico to Colombia and Jamaica.

Description
species: 1.Arpophyllum spicatum La Llave & Lex. Cardinale 1825 2.Arpophylluum Lind. & Rchb.f 1854 - 3.Arpophyllum alpinum Lindl. 1842 Cardinale 4.Arpophyllum Linden & Rchb.f. Giganteum 5.Arpophyllum Hartw 1854. ex Lindley 1840 6.Arpophyllum gi

Arundina.graminifolia
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Genus: Arundina

Description
Orchid bamboo or bamboo orchid (Arundina graminifolia) is a species of orchid that is the only member of the genus Arundina.

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This is a plant genus of tropical Asia, which spread from the area in India, Nepal, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, South China to Indonesia and across the Pacific Islands to Puerto Rico, Costa Rica and Panama.

Description
Bamboo orchid is a chronic orchids that grow in groups with a height of 70 cm to 2 m. Straight leaf shapes with a long lancet 9 to 19 cm and width from 0.8 to 1.5 cm. Pointed leaf tip. Flowers bloom in summer and autumn, den

Ascocentrum miniatum
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Genus: Ascocentrum

Description
Ascocentrum is a small genus in the family Orchidaceae with the type species Ascocentrum miniatum (Lindl.) Schltr. ex J. J. Sm. (originally named Saccolabium miniatum Lindl.). Orchids are the epiphytes that grow on trees married couple. Angg

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The genus is mainly grown in warm to moderate climate with high humidity in the foothills region HIMALAYAS, in Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia, the Philippines, Java and Kalimantan.

Description
Species: Ascocentrum ampullaceum (Roxb.) Schltr., (1913): Vein-like Ascocentrum (Nepal to Thailand) Ascocentrum aurantiacum (JJSm.) Schltr., (1913): Orange Ascocentrum Ascocentrum aurantiacum subsp. aurantiacum (Sulawesi) Ascocentrum auranti

Aspasia lunata
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Genus: Aspasia

Description
This genus consists of 5 to 8 species of orchids. Orchids of this genus have a characteristic form of creeping rizoma with round shape and has a kind of lid. Pseudobulb elliptical to oblong, thin and grow laterally, light green

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Spread ranging from Guatemala to Brazil. Orchids of this genus grow as epiphytes plants and sometimes as litofit in the lowland tropical forest at an altitude below 1000 m.

Description
species: 1.Aspasia epidendroides Lindley 1834 2.Aspasia barclayi Rolfe, Bull. 1892 3.Aspasia biberiana Rchb. f. 1854 4.Aspasia epidendroides Lindley 1834 var 5.Aspasia epidendroides. principissa (Rchb. f.) P.H. Fragrans 6.Aspasia Allen KL 1949data from
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