Orchid Genus species of Orchids Catalog C

Cadetia taylori Species:
Genus: Cadetia
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae
Order: Asparagales
Class: Liliopsida
Subtribe:
Tribe:
Division: Magnoliophyta
Kingdom: Plantae

Description
This genus consists of about 50 species. Orchids of this genus require ternaung area, humidity and water in large quantities to grow well. Synonym of this genus is Callista Lour.

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Most of the species found in New Guinea, only two species found in Australia and Indonesia.
Description
species: 1.Cadetia umbellata Gaud. 1829 2.Cadetia adenantha Schltr. 1912 3.Cadetia ceratostyloides [J.J. Sm.] Schltr. 1912 4.Cadetia chionantha Schltr. Collina 1912 5.Cadetia Schltr. 1912 6.Cadetia dischorensis Schltr. 1912 7.Cadetia furcil

Caladenia carnea Species:
Genus: Caladenia
Sub Family: Orchidoideae

Description
Genus name is derived from the Greek meaning beautiful calos and aden, meaning gland, in accordance with the labellum bright and glands located at the base of the flower. This genus was described by Robert Brown in 1810 from s

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This orchid plants commonly grown in Australia and southern Australia. In New Zealand found 4 species, and several species found growing in New Kalidonia, Indonesia and Malaysia. The southwestern part of the western Autralia

Description
Synonym: Arachnorchis DLJones & MAClem, Caladeniastrum (Szlach.) Szlach., Calonemorchis Szlach., Drakonorchis (Hopper & APBr.) DLJones & MAClem., Glycorchis DLJones & MAClem., Jonesiopsis Szlach., Leptoceras ( R.Br.) Lindl., Pe

Calanthe triplicata Species:
Genus: Calanthe

Description
Calanthe is a genus of orchids that have spread very widely. The number of members of this genus approximately 150 species. Calanthe discolor is a species widely planted and known by the name Ebine derived from Japanese

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This genus is found growing throughout the tropics, but are generally found in Asia.

Description
Species: Calanthe cardioglossa Calanthe discolor Calanthe vestita Calanthe triplicata Synonym: Some of the following genera have been included in the genus Calanthe: Amblyglottis Blume Alismorkis Thouars Schltr Aulostylis. Calanthidum Pf

Caleana major Species:
Genus: Caleana

Description
This genus is a genus of orchids monotipik of only two species. This orchid has a flower similar to Bulbophyllum flowers, which both have a part like the head of a duck who is also similar to the duck's head when moving.

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This orchid found in all Australian states, except in the area of western Australia.
Description
species: major 1.Caleana R. Brown 1810 2.Caleana minor R.Br. 1810 3.Caleana nublingii Nicholls 1931 4.Caleana sullivanii (F. Muell.) Pescott 1926

Campylocentrum schiedei Species:
Genus: Campylocentrum

Description
This genus consists of 60 to 93 speies orchid epiphytes or litofit. Orchids of the genus are mostly leafless, monopodial with a short stem. Photosynthesis carried out at the roots that contain chlorophyll. Small flowers with cabbage

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Spread in the tropical U.S. territory.
Description
species: 1.Todaroa micrantha A. Rich. & Galeotti 1848 synonymous with Campylocentrum micranthum (Lindl.) Rolfe 1903 2.Campylocentrum aciculatum (Rchb. f. & Warm.) Cogn. 1906 3.Campylocentrum acutum Schltr. 1923 4.Campylocentrum barrettiae Fawc. & R

Capanemia uliginosa Species:
Genus: Capanemia

Description
This genus consists of 15 species of orchids, dwarf-sized epiphytes. Orchid plant form is very similar to the orchids of the genus Rodriguezia. Pseudobulb small, wrapped by two to three layers of stem, from one leaf appears Pseudobulb
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Most species found in the area of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay.

Description
species: 1.Capanemia micromera Barb. Rodr. 1877 2.Capanemia adelaidae Brade 1937 3.Capanemia duseniana (Kraenzl.) Porto & Brade 1935 4.Capanemia hatschbacbii Schltr. 1926 - 5.Capanemia juergensiana Schltr. 1918 6.Capanemia micromera Barb. Rodr

Catasetum saccatum Species:
Genus: Catasetum

Description
Catasetum Rich. ex Kunth 1822, is a genus of the family Orchidaceae Daei comprising 166 species. This plant has Pseudobulb anggrei thick as cigar shapes and groups. Pleated leaves on the surface and did not last long. Pseu

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Species of this genus are from Mexico to tropical Amirika region, with the majority of the growth areas in Brazil.

Description
Species: Catasetum aculeatum (Brazil) Catasetum adremedium (Peru) Catasetum alatum (Brazil) Catasetum albovirens (Brazil) Catasetum albuquerquei (Brazil) Catasetum apertum Catasetum arachnoideum (N. Brazil). Catasetum arietinum (Brazil).

Cattleya labiata
Species:
Genus: Cattleya

Description
Cattleya is a genus of 42 species of orchid that grows in Costa Rica to tropical South America. Genus name was created in 1824 by John Lindley in honor of William Cattley, who has successfully reproduct.
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The genus is divided menjafi two groups, namely: Cattleyas bifoliate found in the Amazon and western Brazil with two broad leaves that grow from each Pseudobulb. Cattleyas monofoliate, contained in n Brazil, Colombia, Panama, P

Description
Species: Cattleya aclandiae: Lady Ackland's Cattleya (Brazil) Cattleya amethystoglossa: Amethyst-lipped Cattleya (Brazil) Cattleya araguaiensis: Araguaia Cattleya (Brazil) == Cattleyella araguaiensis (Pabst) Van den Berg & MWChase, see Cattleyel

Cattleyella araguaiensis Species:
Genus: Cattleyella

Description
Cattleyella is a genus of orchids monotipik epiphytes that grow in wet forest

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on the southeast border of the Amazon region in Brazil.

Description
Synonym: Schluckebieria Braem Species: Cattleyella araguaiensis Van den Berg & MWChase: Araguaia Cattleyella

Caularthron bicornutum Species:
Genus: Caularthron

Description
Caularthron is a genus of orchids consisting of only 3 species. All three species are plants, orchids are epiphytes with pseudobulbs that nodes that are often used by ants as a nest.

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This genus grow only in the Amazon region.

Description
Diacrium (Lindl.) Benth. Is a synonym of this genus. Species: Caularthron bicornutum etc. Caularthron bilamellatum.

Cephalanthera longifolia Species:
Genus: Cephalanthera

Description
Cephalanthera is a genus consisting of approximately 15 species of orchids are orchids generally (terrestrial). Orchid genus mostly have rizoma, few have tubers. Several orchid species are known umu

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Europe, Caucasus to Japan, North America

Description
some species that grows in Europe given the common name always contains the word "helleborine", which has no connection with modern taxonomies. Species: Cephalanthera austiniae (A. Gry) Cephalanthera Heller bijiangensis cal Cephalanthera Chen

Cephalantheropsis longibracteata Species:
Genus: Cephalantheropsis

Description
Cephalantheropsis is a genus of orchid family which consists of 8 species

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Southeast Asia
Description
Species: Cephalantheropsis calanthoides Cephalantheropsis gracilis var gracilis Cephalantheropsis. halconensis Cephalantheropsis gracilis var. venusta Cephalantheropsis halconensis Cephalantheropsis laciniata Cephalantheropsis lateriscapa C

Ceratandra grandiflora Species:
Genus: Ceratandra

Description
This genus consists of 3 species of orchids. This genus originally included in the genus Disa, but later separated from the genus because of differences in interest. In this genus have a similar structure located trumpet at the end of col

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Orchid is endemic of South Africa.

Description
Species: 1.Ceratandra grandiflora Lindl. 1838 2.Ceratandra harveyana Lindl. 1838

Ceratochilus biglandulosus Species
Genus: Ceratochilus

Description
This genus is a genus of orchids monotipik that consists of only one species of orchids. Orchids of this genus of plants growing epiphytes on mossy trees in the dark forest.

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In the high mountain areas in Java and Sumatra.

Description
Species: 1.Ceratochilus biglandulosus Blume 1825

Ceratostylis philippinensis species:
Genus: Ceratostylis

Description
This genus is a genus of orchids, small epiphytes with fibrous roots, and leaf-shaped short terete and perbungan composed of one to several small flowers. This genus consists of about 60 species. Orchids from

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Most are in India, Southeast Asia, the Philippines and the Pacific Islands.

Description
Species: 1.Ceratostylis cepula Rchb.f. 1857 2.Ceratostylis gracilis Náves 1878 - 3.Ceratostylis incognita JTAtwood & J. Beckner 1999 4.Ceratostylis latipetala Ames 1910 5.Ceratostylis malaccensis Hook.f. Rol 6.Ceratostylis philippinensis 1890

Cattleyopsis lindenii Species:
Genus: Cattleyopsis

Description
This genus consists of 3 species of orchids. Orchids of this genus have small Pseudobulb until elipsoidal cylindrical. From Pseudobulb appear one to two thick fleshy leaves with wavy edges. flora

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Caribbean islands, Jamaica, Bermuda and the Bahamas.

Description
Species: 1.Cattleyopsis cubensis (Lindl.) Sauleda & RM Adams 1984 2.Cattleyopsis lindenii [Lindley] Cogn. 1910 3.Cattleyopsis ortgesiana (Rchb. f.) Cogn. 1910

Centroglossa macroceras Species:
Genus: Centroglossa

Description
This genus is a small genus of orchids consisting approximately 5 species of small orchids. Orchids of this genus have a short rizoma, small Pseudobulb fleshy leaves that have a linear shape to a single oblanceolatu

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Orchids of this genus are epiphytes that are found mostly in Brazil.

Description
Species: 1.Centroglossa macroceras Barb. Rodr. 1881 2.Centroglossa glaziovii Cogn. 1904 3.Centroglossa greeniana var. aurea Cogn. 1907 - 4.Centroglossa macroceras Barb. Rodr. 1881

Chamaeangis hariotiana Species:
Genus: Chamaeangis

Description
The genus is composed of species of orchids. Orchids of this genus of plants growing medium-sized monopodial epiphytes with short or long stems and fleshy leaves that form on the top part bilobus. This genus consists of about leb

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Found in areas of Africa, Madagascar and the Mascarene Islands.

Description
Species: 1.Chamaeangis dewevrei (De Wild.) Schltr. 1918 2.Chamaeangis gracilis (Thouars) Schltr. 1915 3.Chamaeangis hariotiana [Kranzl.] Schltr. 1915 4.Chamaeangis hildebrandtii (Rchb. f.) Garay 1972 5.Chamaeangis ichneumonea (Lindl.) Schltr. 191

Chaseella pseudohydra Species:
Genus: Chaseella

Description
This genus is a genus consisting monotipik one species of orchids. This genus is separated from the genus Bulbophyllum because of the small needlelike leaves that grow on Pseudobulb.

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Only found in the Kenya, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Description
Species 1.Chaseella pseudohydra Summerh. 1961

Chaubardia heteroclita Species:
Genus: Chaubardia

Description
This genus consists of 3 to 4 species of orchids, epiphytes are shaped like a fan. This orchid has a characteristic alternating leaves that form small kipas.Pseudobulb obvious form or ovatus. Perbungaan consists of a single flower yes

Description
Species: 1.Chaubardia gherti (Hoehne) Garay 1969 2.Chaubardia heteroclita [Poepp. & Endl.] Dodson & Bennett 1989 - 3.Chaubardia surinamensis Rchb. f. 1852 4.Chaubardia tigrina Garay & Dunst. 1961 --

Chaubardiella
pubescens Species:
Genus: Chaubardiella

Description
This genus is a genus consisting of approximately 8 species of orchids, epiphytes. Species of this genus originally included in the genus Chaubardia. Species are separated because they do not have a rostellum Pseudobulb and collapsed. Another feature of d

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This genus has a distribution area in central America and tropical South America.

Description
Species: 1.Chaubardiella chasmatochila (Fowlie) Garay 1969 2.Chaubardiella hirtzii Dodson 1989 3.Chaubardiella pacuarensis Jenny Ackerman 1989 4.Chaubardiella pubescens 1981 5.Chaubardiella subquadrata (Schltr.) Garay 1969 6.Chaubardiella tigr

Chelonistele sulphurea Species:
Genus: Chelonistele

Description
This genus consists of five species of orchids, epiphytes or litofit. The genus is allied to the genus Coelogyne and environmental needs and the same height with the species of the genus to grow.

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located in the Himalayan region to Burma, Borneo and Java.

Description
Species: 1.Chelonistele apiculata (Lindl.) Pfitzer 1907 2.Chelonistele biflora (CSPParish ex Rchb.f.) Pfitzer 1907 3.Chelonistele crassifolia Carr 1935 4.Chelonistele pusilla (Ridl.) Ridl. 1924 - 5.Chelonistele sulphurea (Blume) Pfitzer 1907

Chiloglottis formicifera Species:
Genus: Chiloglottis

Description
Chiloglottis is a small genus in the family Orchidaceae. Genus name is derived from the Greek word meaning mouth like a tongue. Type species of this genus is Chiloglottis diphylla R. Br., Prodromus Florae Novae Hollandiae: 323 (1810), yan

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endemic species in Australia and New Zealand.

Description
Species: Chiloglottis anaticeps DLJones, (1991) (New South Wales) Chiloglottis chlorantha DLJones, (1991) (New South Wales, Victoria) Chiloglottis cornuta Hook.f. (1844): Green Bird Orchid (SE Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand) Chiloglottis gra

Chloraea alpina Species:
Genus: Chloraea

Description
This genus consists of approximately 50 species of orchids. Orchid species from this genus are small to medium with the hair root and tuber similar underground fingers. Angrek of this genus are rarely collected and only a few kerab

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Spread over areas of southern South America.

Description
Species: galeata 1.Chloraea Lindley 1827 2.Chloraea alpina Poepp. 1833 3.Chloraea arechavaletae Kraenzl. 1888 A. Gray 4.Chloraea austiniae bergii 1877 5.Chloraea Hieron. 1879 6.Chloraea bouganvilleana Franch. 1889 7.Chloraea cholilensis Kraen

Chiloschista usenoides Species:
Genus: Chiloschista

Description
This genus consists of 17 to 23 species of orchids, small epiphytes, mostly leafless. This orchid grows in moist wood trees and shady areas.

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warm climates in India, Asia Landmarks, Indonesia and Australia.

Description
Species: 1.Chiloschista exuperei (Guillaumin) Garay 1972 2.Chiloschista indica JJ Sm. 1913 3.Chiloschista javanica Schltr. 1919 4.Chiloschista lunifera J.J. Sm. 1905 5.Chiloschista lunifera [Rchb.f] J.J. Sm. 1905 6.Chiloschista nakornpanomens

Chondrorhyncha hirtzii species
Genus: Chondrorhyncha

Christensonia vietnamica Species:
Genus: Christensonia

Description
This genus is a genus of orchids monotipik that consists of only one species of orchids. Orchids are monopodial epiphytes plants with flowers, with spurs. Scientific genus name is derived from the name of an expert from takonomi

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Only found in Vietnam

Description
Species Christensonia vietnamica Haager 1993

Chrysocycnis schlimii Species:
Genus: Chrysocycnis

Description
This genus is a genus of orchids consisting of 5 species of orchids. The genus is related to the genus Cycnoches. This orchid is more commonly known as the Golden Swan Orchid or Orchid golden goose, referring to the flower shape which resembles the neck o

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Found in the region of Central America and South America.

Description
Species: 1.Chrysocycnis ecuadorense Dodson & Garay 1980 2.Chrysocycnis schlimii Linden & Rchb. f. 1854 3.Chrysocycnis trigonidii Linden & Rchb. f.?

Chrysoglossum ornatum Species:
Genus: Chrysoglossum

Description
This genus is a genus of orchids consisting of approximately ground orchid species that have a single leaf arising from each Pseudobulb. Orchid genus also has perbungaan trminal composed of flowers that are not terl

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Description
Species: latifolium Benth 1.Chrysoglossum. & Hook.f. 1889 2.Chrysoglossum simplex (Rchb.f.) J.J.Sm. 1905 3.Chrysoglossum villosum Blume 1825

Chysis aurea Species:
Genus: Chysis

Description
Chysis is a genus of orchids that has 5 species. Only two or three species of this genus are commonly cultivated. The genus Thorvaldsenia Liebm. Now included in the genus Chysis. This genus has a characteristic needle-shaped pseudobulbs with beb

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Mexico to Peru. Grows in shady areas to a height of 1000 m.

Description
Species: aurea Chysis laevis Chysis etc. bractescens Chysis.

Chytroglossa aurata Species:
Genus: Chytroglossa

Description
This genus consists of 3 to 4 species of orchids, small epiphytes. This orchid genus allied to the genus Ornithocephalus and require the same environmental conditions with the genus for its growth.

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Description
Species: 1.Chytroglossa aurata Rchb.f. 1863 2.Chytroglossa marileoniae Rchb. f. 1863

Cirrhaea longiracemosa Species:
Genus: Cirrhaea

Description
This genus consists of 6 species of orchids, epiphytes. Orchids of this genus has only a single leaf or ovoid-shaped kuadrangular arising from Pseudobulb respectively. Perbungaan emerged from the base of the type perbungaan rasemosa. Genus

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Derived from Brazil.

Description
Species: Cirrhaea adspersa Hoffm. Cirrhaea dependens Reichb. Cirrhaea dependens var. Porsch Cirrhaea dependens concolor var. ornata Hoehne Cirrhaea dependens var. Porsch tigrina Cirrhaea fuscolutea (Hook) Lindl. Cirrhaea hoffmanseggii Heynh.

Copper Queen Cirrhopetalum Species:
Genus: Cirrhopetalum

Description
Cirrhopetalum is a genus of orchids, epiphytes. This genus has a very close kinship with Bulbophyllum and some of its members until now often included in the genus Bulbophyllum. This genus name from the Latin berasak cirrus that

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Description
Species: Cirrhopetalum africanum Cirrhopetalum andersonii Cirrhopetalum annandalei Cirrhopetalum antenniferum Cirrhopetalum auratum Cirrhopetalum biflorum Cirrhopetalum boninense Cirrhopetalum concinnum Cirrhopetalum corolliferum Cirrho

Cleisocentron merrillianum Species:
Genus: Cleisocentron

Description
This genus is a small orchid genus of 4 species of orchids. Flowers of this orchid has a spur that almost covered by 2 pieces callus.

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Spread from the northern Himalayas to northern Borneo.

Description
Species: Cleisocentron merrillianum (Ames) Christenson 1992

Cischweinfia dasyandra Species:
Genus: Cischweinfia

Description
This genus consists of approximately 7 epiphytes Orchids orchid species from this genus are related to different Trichopilia and only the form of flowers. Interest in this genus have a labellum united with columns on the edges, forming kele

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Grow in moist forests in the area of Costa Rica to Bolivia.

Description
Spescies: 1.Cischweinfia colombiana Garay 1973 2.Cischweinfia dasyandra (Rchb. f.) Dressler & NH Williams 1970 3.Cischweinfia glicensteinii Christenson 2003 4.Cischweinfia horichii Senghas & Neudecker 1995 5.Cischweinfia parva (C. Schweinf.) D

Cleisostoma crochetii Species:
Genus: Cleisostoma

Description
This genus is a small genus of flowering orchids. This genus consists of approximately 100 different species of orchids, compact form, growing in the form of epiphytes with small to medium size and flat fleshy leaves. Short or long Perbungaan

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Has spread throughout the tropical regions of Asia, Philippine and southern Australia.

Description
Species: 1.Cleisostoma sagittatum Blume 1825 = Cleisostoma sagittiforme Garay 1972 2.Cleisostoma acutilabris (Guillaumin) Aver. 1988 - See Cleisostoma simondii (Gagnep.) Seidenf. Teijsm Amabile 1975 3.Cleisostoma. & Binn. 1853 - See Cleisostoma subu

Cleistes divaricata Species:
Genus: Cleistes
Sub Family: Vanilloideae

Clowesia rosea Species:
Genus: Clowesia

Description
This genus consists of 6 species of orchids. Orchid species are generally smells like harun and Catasetum genus, only different from the interest in this genus dual pairs (in one flower there are male and female genitals). Short Pseudobulb d


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Scattered areas ranging from Mexico to Venezuela.

Description
Species: 1.Clowesia dodsoniana Ag. León 1986 2.Clowesia rosea Lindley 1843 3.Clowesia russelliana [Hooker] Dodson 1975 4.Clowesia thylaciochila (Lem.) 1975 Dodson 5.Clowesia warczewiczii (Lindl. & Paxton) Dodson 1975
Coccineorchis standleyi Species:
Genus: Coccineorchis
Sub Family: Spiranthoideae

DescriptionThis genus consists of 8 species of terrestrial orchids and a few orchid epiphytes. The genus was previously included in the genus Spiranthes and removed from the genus because it has several leaves that arise from Pseudobulb. Perbungaan consists of

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There in the Central American region.

Description
species: 1.Spiranthes corymbosa Kraenzl. 1916 2.Coccineorchis cernua (Lindl.) Garay 1978 - 3.Coccineorchis standleyi (Ames) Garay 1982
Cochleanthes amazonica Species:
Genus: Cochleanthes

Description
This genus consists of 10 species of orchids. Angrek grow as epiphytes in the leafy Pseudobulb alternating structure in a fan shape. This orchid grows in shady, damp area at an altitude of 1800 m. Flowers have pen column

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Widespread in tropical America.

Description
species: 1.Cochleanthes amazonica [Rchb.f & Warsc.] RE Schult. & Garay 1959 2.Cochleanthes aromatica [Rchb.f] Schultes & Garay 1954 3.Cochleanthes candida (Lindl.) RE Schult. & Garay 1959 4.Cochleanthes discolor [Lindley] RESchultes 1954 5.Co
Cochlioda vulcanica Species:
Genus: Cochlioda

Description
This genus consists of 6 species of orchids. This genus has a characteristic form of the unifoliat Pseudobulb. Perbungaan emerged from armpit leaves with flowers that are not bertaji, and columns that are not handled. This orchid grows in a humid environm

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Spread in the region of Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia.

Description
species: 1.Cochlioda densiflora Lindley 1853 2.Cochlioda noezliana (Mast. ex L. Linden) Rolfe 1891 3.Cochlioda rosea (Lindl.) Benth. 1881 4.Cochlioda sanguinea [Rchb.f] Benth. 1883 5.Cochlioda vulcanica (Rchb. f.) Benth. & Hook. f. ex B.D. Jacks
Coelia bella Species:
Genus: Coelia

Description
Coelia is a genus in the family Orchidaceae. Bothriochilus genus, which is described by Lemaire in 1856, has a list of species that really Coelia similar. Because Lemaire recently published a classification of data, then Bothrio

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Description
Species: Coelia bella Coelia densiflora Coelia guatemalensis Coelia macrostachya

Coelogyne pandurata Species:
Genus: Coelogyne

Description
Coelogyne Lindl. 1821, is a genus that has more than 200 species of orchids, epiphytes. Several orchid species are on the ground or litofit habitat berhumus. Genus Bolborchis Lindl., Pfitzer and Hologyne now Ptychogyne included Pfitzer dal

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Regional distribution of this genus mencakul India, China, Indonesia and the Fiji Islands with the main distribution area of Borneo, Sumatra and the Himalayas. Orchids of this genus can be found ranging from lowland forest to tropical rain forests pegun

Description
Some of the orchids Coelogyne which is the result of crossing is: Coelogyne 'Mem. W. Micholitz '(C. mooreana × C. lawrenceana) Coelogyne' Linda Buckley '(C. mooreana × C. cristata) Coelogyne' Burfordiensis' (C. pandurata × C. asperata). Coelogy

Comparettia falcata Species:
Genus: Comparettia

Description
This orchid genus consists of 12 species of orchids, epiphytes. This genus have a short rizoma with short Pseudobulb. From Pseudobulb emerged leaves and a single perbungaan or branched. Consists of several Perbungaan sized flowers kec

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This orchid species commonly found growing on cashew trees at an altitude of 800 - 1500 m.. Anfggrek comes from the American tropics

Description
species: 1.Comparettia coccinea Lindl. 1888 2.Comparettia falcata Poepp. & Endl. 1835 3.Comparettia ignea P. Ortiz 1993 4.Comparettia macroplectron Rchb.f & Triana 1877-8 5.Comparettia speciosa Rchb.f 1878 6.Comparettia splendens Schltr. 1922

Coilostylis ciliaris Species:
Genus: Coilostylis

Description
This genus consists of 8 species of orchids that had been included in the genus Epidendrum. This genus is separated from the genus Epidendrum because Pseudobulb with midrib. Flowers are arranged in perbungaan. Attached to the column Labellum and there are

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Description
species: 1.Coilostylis ciliaris [L.] Withner & Harding 2004 2.Coilostylis clavatum [Raf.] Withner & Harding 2004 3.Coilostylis falcata [Lindl] Withner & Harding 2004 4.Coilostylis lacertina (Lindl.) Withner & PAHarding 3004 5.Coilostylis OER

Condylago rodrigoi Species:

Genus: Condylago

Description
Rodrigoi is Condylago orchid species which are the only species of the genus Condylago members. Labellum can close when exposed to the touch. Leaf length up to 4 inches. Perbungaan each consisting of many flowers and flower d

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This orchid species found in Colombia at an altitude of 1400 - 1600 m.

Condylago rodrigoi Species:
Genus: Condylago

Description
Rodrigoi is Condylago orchid species which are the only species of the genus Condylago members. Labellum can close when exposed to the touch. Leaf length up to 4 inches. Perbungaan each consisting of many flowers and flower d
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This orchid species found in Colombia at an altitude of 1400 - 1600 m.

Corallorrhiza maculata Species:
Genus: Corallorrhiza

Description
Coral root orchid (Coralroot orchids) is the common name of the genus Corallorrhiza sometimes written as one of Corallorhiza. This genus is known from the roots of such forms of coral and bersimbiosis with fungi that live on the roots (mikor

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This orchid is found growing in Mexico up to Canada, generally in the timber

Constantia cipoensis Species:
Genus: Constantia

Description
This genus consists of 4 species of orchids. Orchids of this genus have a single flower that appears from the tip of a small Pseudobulb. From Pseudobulb It also came two leaves. Genu orchid genus is similar to Sophronitis h

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Found in Brazil

Description
Species 1.Constantia cipoensis Porto & Brade.1935

Coryanthes maculata Species:
Genus: Coryanthes

Description
Orchids of the genus are often referred to as the orchids bucket ( "Bucket orchid"). These orchids are epiphytes plants that live in the tropics. This orchid genus is a perfect example of koevolusi and mutualisma relationship. This orchid bere

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Description
Species: Coryanthes albertinae Coryanthes alborosea Coryanthes balfouriana Coryanthes barkeri Coryanthes bergoldii Coryanthes bicolorata Coryanthes biflora Coryanthes BOYI bruckmuelleri Coryanthes elegant Coryanthes colinata Coryanthes

Corybas diemenicus Species:
Genus: Corybas

Description

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Description
Species: Corybas acuminatus (New Zealand). Corybas cheesemanii: spurred Helmet Orchid (New Zealand). Corybas diemenicus (Australia). Corybas fimbriatus: Helmet fringed Orchid (Australia). Corybas 'Kaimai' (New Zealand). Corybas oblongus (New

Cryptarrhena kegelii Species:
Genus: Cryptarrhena

Description
Cryptarrhena is a genus of Orchidaceae family whose members are 4 species. Genus Orchidofunckia A. Rich. & Galeotti now become synonymous diputuskah of Cryptarrhena.

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Description
Species: guatemalensis Cryptarrhena kegelii Cryptarrhena etc. Cryptarrhena lunata.

Cranichis fertilis Species:
Genus: Cranichis
Sub Family: Spiranthoideae

Description
This genus consists of 62 species of orchids. Orchid genus mainly epiphytes plants that grow in the forest wood. The special characteristic of this genus is rossette leaves forming at the base and perbungaan terminal. This genus of orchids found in the

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Growing up in Central America and South America.

Description
species: 1.Cranichis muscosa Sw. 1788 2.Cranichis bradei Schltr. 1922 3.Cranichis calva var. vargasii C. Schweinf. 4.Cranichis candida (Barbosa) Cogn. 1895 5.Cranichis cylindrostchys Schlechter 1920 6.Cranichis fertilis (F. Lehm. & Kraenzl.) S

Cryptophoranthus acaulis Species:
Genus: Cryptophoranthus

Description
Genus terdiridari approximately 20 species of this genus grow anggrejk of orchids and orchid epiphytes that vegetative plant genus Pluerothallis similar, but rates similar to Masdevallia genus.

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Found in the Caribbean to Brazil.
Description
Species: 1.Cryptophoranthus acaulis Krzl. 1925 2.Cryptophoranthus alvaroi Garay 1970 3.Cryptophoranthus argus Rchb. f. ex Kraenzl. 1921 4.Cryptophoranthus atropurpureus [Lindley] Rolfe 1887 5.Cryptophoranthus auriculatus Garay 1970 6.Cryptophora

Cryptocentrum latifolium Species:
Genus: Cryptocentrum

Description
This genus consists of 14 species of orchids that this genus is allied to the genus Maxillaria equally no Pseudobulb and Rosette-shaped leaves and single flowers that emerge from the base of plants. This genus of orchids grow on the lin

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There in the South American region.

Description
species: non 1.Cryptocentrum Schlechter brenesii pub. 2.Cryptocentrum calcaratum (Schltr.) Schltr. 1913 3.Cryptocentrum costaricense Schltr. 1912 4.Cryptocentrum latifolium Schltr. 1923 5.Cryptocentrum longiscapum Brieger 1977 6.Cryptocentrum s

Cryptostylis leptochila Species:
Genus: Cryptostylis
Sub Family: Spiranthoideae

Description
The genus is composed of approximately 20 species of orchids, orchid of the genus has leaves like the skin, except for C. hunteriana a leafless and live sebgai saprofit. Orchid genus have fleshy roots and spread with a few leaves la

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Spread in the Asian region,, Pacific Islands, Australia and New Zealand.

Description
species: 1.Cryptostylis alismifolia F. Muell. 1881 2.Cryptostylis arachnites (Blume) Blume 1858 3.Cryptostylis arachnites (Blume) Hassk. 1844 4.Cryptostylis erythroglossa fulva Hayata 1914 5.Cryptostylis Schltr. 1911 6.Cryptostylis fulva var. s

Cuitlauzina pendulaSpecies:
Genus: Cuitlauzina

Description
The genus is composed of only one species of orchids and previously belonging to the genus Odontoglossum. This orchid genus grown in the same environment with the genus Odontoglossum. Synonym of this genus is Lichterveldia Lem. 1855

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Orchid is endemic from Mexico

Description
species: Cuitlauzina pendula La Llave & Lex. 1825

Cyclopogon lindleyanus Species:
Genus: Cyclopogon
Sub Family: Spiranthoideae
Description
The genus is composed of approximately 75 species of orchid that grows mostly in the form of orchids, although there are some species that grow as epiphytes. This orchid genus characterized Rosette leaves and terminal perbungaan Petal sepal and dorsa

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Orchids of the genus is almost entirely grown in the American tropics with distribution centers in the region of South America. Only one species of this genus, which Cyclopogon obliquus spread to areas of Hong Kong, Java, Sumatra and Sri Lanka. Genus

Description
Species: 1.Cyclopogon densiflorus Schltr. 1921 2.Cyclopogon dutraei Schltr. 1925 3.Cyclopogon elatus (Sw.) Schltr. 1919 4.Cyclopogon epiphyticus (Dodson) Dodson 1989 5.Cyclopogon lindleyanus (Link, Klotzsch & Otto) Schltr. 1920 6.Cyclopogon

Cyanicula gemmata Species:
Genus: Cyanicula

Description
This genus consists of 10 species of orchids of this genus are separated from the genus Caladenia in 2000 and require the same environmental conditions with the genus to grow.

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Description
species 1.Cyanicula amplexans (ASGeorge) SDHopper & APBrown 2000 2.Cyanicula caerulea (R.Br.) SDHopper & APBrown 2000 3.Cyanicula deformis (R.Br.) SDHopper & APBrown 2000 4. (Lindl.) SDHopper & APBrown 2000 5.Cyanicula gertruda

Cymbidiella rhodochila Species:
Genus: Cymbidiella

Description
This genus consists of 3 species. Similar to the genus Cymbidium genus and closely related genus Eulophiella Rolfe. Orchids of this genus requires a warm and humid. Sinonims Caloglossum Schlechter 1918

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Found in Madagascar.

Description
Species: This genus consists of two species of epiphytes, C. rhodochila and C. humblodtii and one species of orchids C. flabellata.

Cycnoches chlorochilon Species:
Genus: Cycnoches

Description
Cycnoches is a genus consisting of approximately 25 species of orchids. This genus has a long Pseudobulb flat with a few nodes and two leaves with flora arising from nodes at the end. Interest in the form of uniseksual

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Generally spread in the American tropics.

Description
Species: Cycnoches loddigesii Lindley 1832 Cycnoches amesianum Sandw. - See Cycnoches pentadactylon Lindley 1843 Cycnoches amparoanum Schlechter 1923 - See Cycnoches egertonianum Bateman 1843 Cycnoches aureum Lindl. & Paxton 1852 - See Cycnoches

Cymbidium ensifolium Species:
Genus: Cymbidium Swartz

Description
Cymbidium Swartz 1799, is a genus of 52 species of orchids that can grow old. The genus was first described by Olof Swartz in 1799. Genus name comes from the Greek meaning kumbos cavity or cave. This berdasarka

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This genus has a regional distribution of tropical and subtropical regions of Asia (such as northern India, China, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines and Borneo) and northern Australia. These orchids usually grow in a cold climate at an altitude.

Description
Species Cymbidium aestivum ZJLiu & SCChen (Yunnan, China South-Central) Cymbidium aliciae (Philippines). Cymbidium aloifolium: Aloe-leafed Cymbidium (Himalaya to W. Malaysia). Cymbidium atropurpureum (S. Thailand, W. & C. Malaysia). Cymbid

Cymbidium sinense Species:
Genus: Cymbidium

Description
Orchids are primarily grown for its leaves which beradeka color, but the flowers are also fragrant and have an interesting structure.

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Cymbidium Asian or Chinese Cymbidium Cymbidium is the group which consists of five species found in Western Asia, including China, Korea, Japang, India, and in parts of Thailand and Vietnam.

Description
All five species are: Cymbidium Cymbidium sinense Cymbidium ensifolium goeringii kanran Cymbidium Cymbidium faberi

Cynorkis purpurascens Species:
Genus: Cynorkis

Description
This genus consists of 125 species of orchids Orchid has a few leaves at the bottom of the plant and perbungaan consisting of little interest to many. Species of this genus grow in a warm environment with humidity and temperature

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In Madagascar and the Mascarene region and South Africa.

Description
Species: Cynorkis fastigiata Thouars 1822 Cynorkhis amabilis Schltr. 1924 Cynorkis angustipetala Ridl. 1885 Cynorkis angustipetala var. amabilis (Schltr.) H. Perrier 1939 Cynorkis angustipetala var. bella (Schltr.) H. Perrier 1939 Cynorkis angu

Cypripedium reginae Species:
Genus: Cypripedium
Sub Family: Cypripedioideae

Description
Cypripedium is a genus of 47 species of orchids. This genus has a long history because it has been used as medicine since 2500 years ago in the far eastern region. This orchid Rizoma short, grew almost at ground level

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Orchid species are orchids (tersterial) that grows in the northern hemisphere in North America, Europe and Asia. Some of the bodies in the desert tundra of Alaska and Siberia, which is not a common habitat for orchid plants. Orchid
Description
Synonym: Some genus is a synonym of this genus: Arietinum Beck Calceolaria Heist. ex Fabr. Calceolus Nieuwl. ; Ciripedium Zumagl. Criogenes Salisb. Small Fissipes; Hypodema Rchb. Sacodon Raf. Schizopedium Salisb. ; Stimegas Raf.

Cyrtidiorchis frontinoensis Species:
Genus: Cyrtidiorchis

Description
This orchid genus of 5 species of orchids berangotakan land related to the genus of the orchid genus Maxillari this starts to flower in summer and require environmental conditions to grow the same with the orchids of the genus Maxillaria. Synonym

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This genus spread over Venezuela territory to Peru.

Description
spesies: 1.Cyrtidium tripterum Schlechter 1924 bersinonim dengan Cyrtidiorchis triptera (Schltr.) Rauschert 2.Cyrtidiorchis frontinoensis (Garay) Rauschert 1982 3.Cyrtidiorchis stumpflei (Garay) Rauschert 1982

Cyrtochilum meirax Species:
Genus: Cyrtochilum

Description
Cyrtochilum genus composed of approximately 50 species of orchids that had been included in the genus Oncidium. These species of the genus Oncidium separated because of differences in rizoma and the number of leaves. From Pseudobulb appeared 3 to 4

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Orchid species from this genus commonly known as Genus Cyrtochilum found growing at an altitude of 1500-3000 m in the Andes region extending from the region of Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru.

Description
spesies: 1.Cyrtochilum undulatum H.B.K. 1816 2.Cyrtochilum auropurpureum (Rchb.f.) Dalström 2001 3.Cyrtochilum cimiciferum ( Rchb.f. ) S.Dalström 2001 4.Cyrtochilum confertum (Rchb. f.) Dalström 2001 5.Cyrtochilum cuencanum Kraenzel 1917 6.Cyr

Cyrtopodium punctatum Species:
Genus: Cyrtopodium

Description
Orchid species from this genus commonly known as the cigar orchid because pseudobulbnya form similar to a cigar. This genus consists of 32 species of orchids, epiphytes, and litofit medium-sized to large. Angg

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This genus found in tropical and subtropical regions United States with distribution centers in Brazil.

Description
spesies: 1.Cyrtopodium andersoni [Andrews] R. Br. 1813 2.Cyrtopodium andersonii (Lamb. ex Andrews) R.Br. 1813 3.Cyrtopodium blanchetii Reichb.f. 1849 4.Cyrtopodium buchtienii Schlechter 1929 5.Cyrtopodium eugenii Rchb. f. 1881 6.Cyrtopodium h

Cyrtostylis robusta Species:
Genus: Cyrtostylis

Description
This genus consists of 5 species of orchids. The species of this genus grow solitary orchid with green leaves orbicular-shaped cordatus. Rasemosa grow Perbungaan terminal and composed of one to seven flowers.

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tumbuh di wilayah Australia dan Selandia Baru.

Description
spesies: 1.Cyrtostylis huegelii Endl. 1846 2.Cyrtostylis macrophylla Hook.f. 1853 3.Cyrtostylis oblonga Hook.f. 1853 4.Cyrtostylis reflexa (Labill.) Spreng. 1826 5.Cyrtostylis reniformis R. Br. 1810 6.Cyrtostylis reniformis var. huegelii (Endl

Cystorchis javanica Species:
Genus: Cystorchis

Description
This genus consists of only a few species of orchids. Orchids of this genus have leaves that are beautiful orchids known gems "Jewel Orchids".

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Ditemukan mulai dari wilayah Asia Tenggara hingga Cina Selatan.
Description
spesies: 1.Cystorchis marginata Blume 1858 2.Cystorchis species Laos 3.Cystorchis javanica (Blume) Blume 1859 4.Cystorchis variegata Blume 1859

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

bulbphllum 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

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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