Orchid Genus species of Orchids Catalog B

PICTURE CATALOG
Baptistonia echinata
Species
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Genus: Baptistonia
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae
Order: Asparagales
Class: Liliopsida
Subtribe:
Tribe:
Division: Magnoliophyta
Kingdom: Plantae

Description
This genus is a genus of orchids closely related genus Oncidium. Scientific genus name is derived from the name of an insect expert from Brazil, Caetano Baptisto d'A Nogueira. Pseudobulb oblong shape with two leaves and a mu perbungaan
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Description
species: 1.Baptistonia echinata Barb. Rodr. 1877 2.Baptistonia brieniana (Rchb.f.) Chiron VPCastro & 2004 3.Baptistonia cornigera (Lindl.) Chiron & VPCastro 2004 4.Baptistonia cruciata (Rchb.f.) Chiron & VPCastro 2004 5.Baptistonia ech

Barbosella_cucullata
Species
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Genus:Barbosella

Description
Barbosella is a genus whose members are generally orchids traveling. This genus consists of about 20 species. Genus is taken from the name of J. Rodriguez Barbosa, a Brazilian orchid researcher. This orchid blooming in a single

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spread from Central America to Brazil

description
Species: Barbosella australis Barbosella cogniauxiana Barbosella cucullata Barbosella dolichorhiza Barbosella dusenii Barbosella hirtzii Barbosella etc. prorepens Barbosella trilobata.

Barbrodria miersii
Species:

Genus: Barbrodria

Description
Miersii is Barbrodria orchid species which are the only species of the genus Barbrodria. Earlier this orchid Barbosella classified in the genus, but later separated because of morphology and a different column.

Barkeria lindleyana
Species:
Genus: Barkeria

Description
Barkeria is a genus of orchids that come from Mexico, consisting of approximately 15 species. This genus originally included in the genus Epidendrum. Orchids of this genus married couple who begin to shed their leaves in early winter.

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This plant is found living in dry areas at an altitude of Mesoamerica was.

Description
Species: Barkeria barkeriola Rchb. f. (Mexico) Barkeria dorotheae Halb. Barkeria Fritz-halbingeriana Soto Arenas Barkeria lindleyana Bateman ex Lindl. (Mexico, Costa Rica) Barkeria lindleyana var. lindleyana Rchb. f. Barkeria lindleyana subsp.

Barlia longibracteata
Species:
Genus: Barlia

Description
This orchid grows from the stem roots buried in the ground. Pseudobulb ovoid or round shape with long leaves that appeared terminal. Perbungaan composed of many fragrant flowers. The scientific name of this genus comes from the name of a

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This genus consists of species of orchids that grow in moderate to cold climates.

Description
species: 1.Barlia longibracteata [Biv.] Parl. 1858 is synonymous with B. robertiana [Loisel.] W. Grueter 1967 2.Barlia cazorlensis (Lacaita) Szlach. 2001 3.Barlia Collina (Banks & Sol. Ex Russell) Szlach. 2001 4.Barlia longibractea (Bivona) Parlato

Batemannia colleyi
Species:
Genus: Batemannia

Description
This orchid genus of orchids, epiphytes that grow in groups. Four species of this genus grow around the lake Amazon. This orchid has Pseudobulb ovoid-shaped with 2 to 3 leaf-shaped plicata. Perbungaan of r

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Amazon

Description
species: 1.Batemannia colleyi Lindley 1834 [1835] 2.Batemannia armillata Rchb.f 1875 3.Batemannia burtii Endr. & Rchb.f 1872 4.Batemannia Ciliate (Morel) Cogn. 1906 5.Batemannia colleyi Lindley 1834 [1835] 6.Batemannia fimbriata Linden & Rchb.

Bartholina ethelae
Species:

Genus: Bartholina

Description
This genus consists of two species of orchids. This orchid grows in the form of orchids that grow in sandy soil and the compost is damp cold temperatures.

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Endemic in the province of Cape Town in South Africa

Description
Species 1.Bartholina ethelae bolus 1884

Beclardia macrostachya
Species:

Genus: Beclardia

Description
This genus is a genus monotipik which consists of only one species of orchid that grows in the form of epiphytes orchids. Genus name is derived from the name of a French peasant who lives in Thun 1800s, Beclard.

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The genus is found only in Madagascar and the Mascarene region
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Benthamia Madagascar
Species:

Genus: * Benthamia

Description
This genus consists of approximately 30 species of orchids, all species of this genus of orchids live. This orchid genus closely related genus Habenaria

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Most are in Madagascar and some species are in Mascarene.
Description
1.Satyrium spirale Thouars Species 1822 is synonymous with the spiral Benthamia (Thouars) A. Rich. 1828 sp 2.Benthamia Madagascar

Bifrenaria harrisoniae
Species:
Genus: Bifrenaria

Description
This genus consists of 26 to 30 species of orchids, epiphytes small, only a few species of this genus which are orchids. Orchids of this genus has a 4 Pseudobulb plikata shaped leaves. Rasemosa type Perbungaan t
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Description
Species: 1.Maxillaria atropurpurea Lodd. 1832bersinonim with Bifrenaria atropurpurea [Lodd.] 2.Bifrenaria aurantiaca Lindley wms 1832. Non Lindley 1894 3.Bifrenaria aureofulva [Hooker] Lindley 1843 4.Bifrenaria calcarata [Vell.] V. P. Castro 1996

Binotia brasiliensis
Species:

Genus: Binotia

Description
This genus is a genus of orchids monotipik that consists of only one species found in Brazil. This genus closely related to Cochlioda, but have differences in labellum shape. Labellum of this genus has a structure like Caka

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Brazil

Description
1.Binotia species brasiliensis (Rolfe) Rolfe 1905

Bletia purpurea
Species:
Genus: Bletia

Description
Bletia is a genus consisting of approximately 30 species that generally live as orchids, only some of which grow as epiphytes or litofit. The genus is named in accordance with the name of a botanist and pharmacist of the Spa

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This orchid genus spread from Florida to southern Brazil.

Description
Species: Bletia altilamellata Bletia catenulata Bletia ensiformis Bletia parkinsonii Bletia purpurea patula Bletia striata Bletia reflexa Bletia etc Bletia uniflora.

Bletilla striata
Species:
Genus: Bletilla

Description
This genus consists of 9 species of orchids. Orchids of this genus of orchids grown with leaves that appear plikata stem base. Flowers conspicuous in perbungaan rasemosa. Synonym Jimensia Raf. 1836 [1838];

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Spread in Southeast Asia, Taiwan and adjacent islands

Description
species: 1.Bletilla gebina [Lindley] Rchb.f. 1852-3 synonymous with Bletilla striata [Thumb.] Rchb.f. 1878 2.Bletilla elegantula (Kraenzl.) Garay & GARomero 1998 3.Bletilla florida (Salisb.) Rchb.f. 1853 4.Bletilla gebinae [Lindley] Rchb.f. 1852

Bollea coelestis
Species:
Genus: Bollea

Description
This genus consists of eleven spesiea orchids. Orchids of this genus of plants growing epiphytes that do not have Pseudobulb. Orchid genus have short stems and long narrow leaves, upright, ligulat type. Flowers single or in the form

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Has a distribution area in Brazil, Colombia and Ecuador.

Description
1.Bollea species violacea [Lindley] Rchb.f 1952 2.Bollea cardonae Schnee 1953 3.Bollea coelestis Rchb.f 1876 4.Bollea ecuadorana Dodson 1984 5.Bollea guiannensis Klotsch 1848 6.Bollea hemixantha Rchb.f. 1888 7.Bollea hirtzii Waldvogel 1982

Bolusiella talbotii
Species:
Genus: Bolusiella

Description
This genus consists of four small-sized species of orchid that has a shape like a fan. Orchids of this genus are monopodial epiphytes plants with short stems. Thick fleshy leaves and flat shape. Perbungaan emerged from the bottom, t

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Angrek species of this genus has a distribution area in Africa.

Description
species: 1.Bolusiella imbricata (Rolfe) Schltr. 1918 2.Bolusiella maudiae (bolus) Schltr. 1918 3.Bolusiella talbotii (Rendle) Summerh. 1936

Brachionidium kuhniorum
Species:
Genus: Brachionidium

Description
Orchids Cup is the popular name of the genus Brachionidium, is a genus of 65 species of orchids. Orchid genus name is derived from the Greek word for small hands, because there is a part of the stigma that resembles the shape of the hand.

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Orchids of the genus is found throughout tropical America.

Description
Species: Brachionidium folsomii Brachionidium kuhniarum Brachionidium valerioi etc.

Bonatea speciosa
Species:
Genus: Bonatea

Description
This genus consists of 12 species of orchids. This genus have fleshy tuber roots and leafy stems. Flowers large, green and white with a hook-shaped dorsal sepal. Orchids of this genus require a dry environment, cuku

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spread in tropical Africa and the region south of Yamen.

Description
species: 1.Bonatea speciosa (L. f.) Willd. 1805 2.Bonatea boltonii Harv. 1860

Brachtia andina
Species:
Genus: Brachtia

Description
This genus consists of 8 species. This genus of orchids grow in the climate of dengin small plants with epiphytes rizoma covered by such membranes. Pseudobulb narrow oblong shape to ovatus, with one or two leaves

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Found in the Andes, from Venezuela to Ecuador

Description
species: 1.Brachtia glumacea Rchb.f 1849 2.Brachtia andina Rchb.f. 1856 3.Brachtia verruculifera Schlecter 1920 - See Brachtia andina Rchb.f 1856

Brachycorythis helferi
Species
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Genus: Brachycorythis

Description
This genus consists of approximately 33 species of orchids. Orchids of this genus are generally orchids. This genus closely related genus of orchids from Europe, Orchis and Dactylorhiza. This genus has a characteristic of the different root

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Generally found in areas of Africa and Madagascar, but several species are in tropical regions of Asia.

Description
species: 1.Brachycorythis ovata Lindl. 1838 2.Brachycorythis disoides (Ridl.) Kraenzl. 1898 3.Brachycorythis helferi (Rchb. f.) Summerh. 1955 4.Brachycorythis kalbreyeri Rchb. f. 1878 5.Brachycorythis tysoni bolus 1884

Brassavola flagellaris
Species:
Genus: Brassavola

Description
Brassavola aalah genus of 20 species of orchids. This genus name comes from a doctor Antonio Musa Brassavola. Genus Eudisanthema Kuntze, Lysimnia Raf. and Tulexis Raf. Is another name of this genus. Tungal leafy plants with d

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This species is native of the lowlands of Central America and tropical South America. These plants generally epiphytes with some species growing in the ground as litofit.

Description
Species: Brassavola acaulis (C. America). Belize Brassavola cucullata: Hooded Brassavola, Daddy Longlegs Orchid (Mexico to N. South America). Brassavola duckeana (Brazil). Brassavola fasciculata (Brazil). Brassavola filifolia (Colombia). Brass

Brassia arcuigera
Species:
Genus: Brassia

Description
Brassia is a genus that was named after William Brass, a botanist and illustrator from the UK who collect plants from Africa under the guidance of Sir Joseph Banks. Description: Brassia species and hybrids of the general d

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This genus found in southern Florida, West Indian and American tropical wet forest heights ranging from 0 to 1500 m above sea level. Distribution center is the Andean region. Brassia caudata can be found in all geographic areas.

Description
Species: Brassia angustilabia Schltr. (1925) Brassia antherotes Rchb.f. (1879) Brassia arachnoidea Barb.Rodr. (1877) Brassia arcuigera Rchb.f. (1869): Arching Brassia Brassia aurorae DEBenn. (1992): Reddish Brassia Brassia bidens Lindl. (18

Bromheadia aporoides
Species:
Genus: Bromheadia

Description
This genus consists of 20 species of orchids and several species of orchid epiphytes. This genus has a characteristic form of stem-like pine needles, some oblong-shaped leaves to the lancet.

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This genus found in Southeast Asia, Australia and the Philippines

Description
species: 1841 Lindley 1.Bromheadia palustris 2.Bromheadia aporoides Reichb.f. 1878

Broughtonia sanguinea
Species:
Genus: Broughtonia

Description
Broughtonia is a genus in the Orchidaceae family consists only of two species. Genus Cattleyopsis Lem. and Laeliopsis Lindl. & Paxton are now included in the genus Broughtonia.

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Both of these species are endemic orchid plants of Jamaica.

Description
Species sanguinea Broughtonia negrilensis Broughtonia

Bulbophyllum echinolabium
Species:
Genus: Bulbophyllum

Description
Bulbophyllum is the largest genus in the family Orchidaceae. Genus that consists of 1805 this species is also the largest genus in the plant kingdom, the only undefeated by Senecio and Euphorbia. The genus is abbreviated in scientific journals

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Distribution center is a genus of orchids in the mountainous forests of Papua New Guinea, where there are more than 600 species. Papua New Guinea is probably the center of this evolution of the orchids. Angrek plant is then spread to the Australian region, Asia

Description
Some species have a vegetative and flower shapes extreme: barbigerum Bulbophyllum Bulbophyllum beccarii Bulbophyllum globuliforme Bulbophyllum falcatum Bulbophyllum medusae Bulbophyllum macphersonii Some synonyms of this genus adal

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