Orchid Genus species of Orchids Catalog D

Dactylorhiza fuchsii Species:
Genus: Dactylorhiza
Sub Family:
Family: Orchidaceae
Order: Asparagales
Class: Liliopsida
Subtribe:
Tribe:
Division: Magnoliophyta
Kingdom: Plantae

Description
Spotted orchid (Common Spotted Orchid) is the common name of species of orchid Dactylorhiza fuchsii. This orchid is very varied in color and size, plant height varies between 5 samapai 60 cm. Flower color varies from pink puca

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These orchids are orchids are often found growing in the UK. This orchid grows in the meadow and chalky soil.

Dactylorhiza majalis
Species:

Genus: Dactylorhiza
Sub Family: Orchidoideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
Dactylorhiza Necker ex Nevski 1937, is a genus of terrestrial orchids or orchids. Dactylorhiza name comes from the Greek word "daktylos" which means finger and "rhiza" which means root. The name was given because the form of two bulbs tum genus

Dactylorhiza fuchsii
Species:

Genus: Dactylorhiza
Sub Family:
Family: Orchidaceae
Order: Asparagales
Class: Liliopsida
Subtribe:
Tribe:
Division: Magnoliophyta
Kingdom: Plantae

Description
Spotted orchid (Common Spotted Orchid) is the common name of species of orchid Dactylorhiza fuchsii. This orchid is very varied in color and size, plant height varies between 5 samapai 60 cm. Flower color varies from pink puca


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These orchids are orchids are often found growing in the UK. This orchid grows in the meadow and chalky soil.

Dactylorhiza majalis
Species:

Genus: Dactylorhiza
Sub Family: Orchidoideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
Dactylorhiza Necker ex Nevski 1937, is a genus of terrestrial orchids or orchids. Dactylorhiza name comes from the Greek word "daktylos" which means finger and "rhiza" which means root. The name was given because the form of two bulbs tum genus


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This orchid is distributed in the Arctic and Northern Hemisphere climate in Europe temperata ranging from Scandinavia to North Africa, also in Madeira, Iceland, West of West Asia, North Asia, HIMALAYAS, North America up to Alaska.

Description

Species: Dactylorhiza alpestris: Alpine Dactylorhiza (Pyrenees, Alps, Carpathians). Dactylorhiza angustata (France). Dactylorhiza aristata: Keyflower (E. China to Alaska). Dactylorhiza aristata var. aristata: Keyflower (E. China to Alaska). Tube

Dendrochilum anfractum
Species:

Genus: Dendrochilum
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
Dendrochilum is a genus consisting of approximately 300 species of orchids, epiphytes, orchids litofit and some land. Genus name is derived from Greek words meaning tree denron and Chilos which means green food. Many of these species, I


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This orchid plants distributed in rain forests on the plateau berhumus from Southeast Asia to New Guinea, Borneo, Thailand and the Philippines.

Description

Species: Dendrochilum abbreviatum Blume, 1825: (Java) Dendrochilum abbreviatum var. abbreviatum (Java) Dendrochilum abbreviatum var. remiforme J.J.Sm. 1904 (Java) Dendrochilum abortum (Ames) LOWilliams 1952 (Philippines) Dendrochilum acuiferum

Dendrobium aphyllum
Species:

Genus: Dendrobium
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
Dendrobium Swartz is a genus of tropical orchids, which consists of approximately 1200 species. Genus name is derived from the Greek word dendron, meaning tree and bios, meaning life. Orchids of this genus have a large Pseudobulb


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This genus grow in different habitats in Asia, the Philippines, Borneo, Australia, New Guinea, and New Zealand. Orchids of this genus are mostly epiphytes plants that grow on trees, some are litofit plants that grow in bebatua

Description

Species with foreign names: aduncum Dendrobium: Orchid Dendrobium angelfish aemulum: Ironbark Orchid Dendrobium antennatum: Antelope Orchid (Also: Ceratobium antennatum) aurantiroseum Aunty Rosie Dendrobium Dendrobium beckleri: Pencil Orchi

Dendrophylax lindenii
Species: Dendrophylax lindenii
Genus: Dendrophylax
Sub Family: Vandoideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
Ghost orchid (Ghost Orchid, Dendrophylax lindenii) is a perenial plants, orchids, also commonly known as Palm Polly, and a white frog orchid (White Frog Orchid). This rare orchids grow in nature and included in the species


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Last name of this species "lindenii" comes from the inventor of this orchid, an orchid collector from Belgium Jean Jules Linden who first saw this orchid in Cuba in 1844. Some time later, this orchid is found in the Eve

Description

Synonym of this orchid species is: Aeranthes lindenii (Lindl.) Rchb.f. in W. G. Walpers, Ann. Bot. Syst. 6: 902 (1864). Angraecum lindenii Lindl., Gard. Chron. 1846 (1): 135 (1846). Polyrrhiza lindenii (Lindl.) Cogn. in I. Urban, Symb. Antill. 6:

Diaphananthe pellucida
Species:

Genus: Diaphananthe
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
This genus consists of approximately 45 species of orchids. Orchids of this genus of orchids growing monopodial epiphytes that grow on the mountains to the pine forest. Synonym of this genus is Rhipidoglossum Schlechter 1918 and Sarcorhync


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Spread ranging from the tropical southern Africa region up to Christmas.

Description

Species: 1.Diaphananthe pellucida [Lindley] 2.Diaphananthe ashantensis Schlechter 1914 (Lindl.) Schltr. 1918 3.Diaphananthe bidens (Afzel. ex Sw.) Schltr. 1914 4.Diaphananthe burttii Summerh. 1934 5.Diaphananthe erectocalcarata (De Wild.) Summerh

Dichaea glauca
Species:

Genus: Dichaea
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
This genus of over 114 species have not anggrek.Genus Pseudobulb and has a monopodial stems with alternating leaves. Single Perbungaan with very fragrant flowers. Perfect flowers with the sepal and Petal berbent


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scattered throughout the tropical U.S. territory. All the species of this genus of orchids are epiphytes orchids that live in wet mountain forests at an altitude of 200 - 2800 m.

Description

Species: 1.Epidendrum echinocarpum Sw. 1788 is synonymous with Dichaea echinocarpa Sw. 1833, Dichaea pendula (Aubl.) Cogn. C. 1903 2.Dichaea anchoraelabia Schweinf. 1947 3.Dichaea australis Cogn. 1906 4.Dichaea bradeorum Schltr. 5.Dichaea br 1923

Disa uniflora
Species:

Genus: Disa
Sub Family: Orchidoideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
This orchid plants grow from fleshy roots and can reach up to 90 cm high. Perbungaan grow in rasemosa or single flowers. Labelum Petal and the small red flower color with all the nuances. Waluapun rather difficult cultivated,


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These orchids are tropical southern Africa, Madagascar and along the west coast of the Indian Ocean. These orchids grow in the ravine, waterfalls and gutters. This orchid comes from South Africa with a well-known species is uni Disa

Description

Species: Disa aconitoides (Ethiopia to S. Africa) aconitoides Disa subsp. aconitoides (Ethiopia to S. Africa). Tuber aconitoides Disa geophyte subsp. concinna (Congo to S. Trop. Africa). Tuber aconitoides Disa geophyte subsp. goetzeana (Ethiopia to

Diuris drummondii
Species:

Genus: Diuris
Sub Family: Orchidoideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
Diuris genus has more than 50 species of orchids, which recently revised to include many new species. Scientific genus name is derived from the Greek dis, meaning double and oura which means tail, because the orchids in a two-s


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Is a chronic Diuris species that are native plants of open habitats in Australia and Tasmania, and one species is endemic from the island of Timor. Many species are common species in Australia.

Description

Species Diuris abbreviata F. Muell. ex Benth 1873 Diuris aequalis F. Muell. ex Fitzg., 1876 Diuris alba R.Br.1810 Diuris amplissima DLJones 1991 Diuris Arenaria DLJones, 1999 Diuris aurea Sm. 1804 Diuris behrii Schltdl. 1847 Diuris bracte

Dracula Bufonis
Species:

Genus: Dracula
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
This orchid genus consists of 1118 species. The name Dracula means little dragon given because the two are sepal length. Orchids of this genus previously included in the genus Masdevallia, but separated into a separate genus in t


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This orchid genus of orchids and orchid epiphytes Amarika scattered in central, northwest Andes, and Ecuador.

Description

Species Subgenus Dracula: Members Subgenus comprises almost all species except species of the genus Dracula (sodiroi D. and D. xenos) Section Andreettaea: Monotypic: Dracula andreettae Section Chestertonia: two species: Dracula chestertonii, D. cu

Drakaea elastica
Species:

Genus: Drakaea
Sub Family:
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
Orchids of the genus in more orchids known as the hammer ( "Hammer Orchids"). The name was given based on the shape and movement of orchid-like hammer. Genus name comes from the name of a British artist in the year 1


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Drakaea is a genus of Australian native orchids are threatened with extinction.

Description

In this genus there are approximately 5 species: Drakaea confluens Drakaea Glyptodon Drakaea elastica Drakaea livida Drakaea isolata

Dresslerella pilosissima
Species:

Genus: Dresslerella
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
Dresslerella mini is a genus of orchids with 8 members of the species. Genus name is derived from nana an orchid expert Robert L. Dressler. Some species have a type perbungaan with pubescent.


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Description

Species: Dresslerella elvallensis Dresslerella etc. pertusa Dresslerella pilosissima.

Simula Dryadella
Species:

Genus: Dryadella
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
Is a genus of orchids Dryadella mini measures just 3 to 6 cm. This orchid composed approximately 40 species


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Distributed from southern Mexico to southern Brazil and northern Argentina.

Description

Species: Dryadella aviceps Dryadella edwallii Dryadella elata Dryadella guatemalensis Dryadella liliputiana Dryadella sororcula Dryadella Simula Dryadella zebrina. Etc..


This orchid is distributed in the Arctic and Northern Hemisphere climate in Europe temperata ranging from Scandinavia to North Africa, also in Madeira, Iceland, West of West Asia, North Asia, HIMALAYAS, North America up to Alaska.

Description

Species: Dactylorhiza alpestris: Alpine Dactylorhiza (Pyrenees, Alps, Carpathians). Dactylorhiza angustata (France). Dactylorhiza aristata: Keyflower (E. China to Alaska). Dactylorhiza aristata var. aristata: Keyflower (E. China to Alaska). Tube

Dendrochilum anfractum
Species:

Genus: Dendrochilum
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
Dendrochilum is a genus consisting of approximately 300 species of orchids, epiphytes, orchids litofit and some land. Genus name is derived from Greek words meaning tree denron and Chilos which means green food. Many of these species, I


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This orchid plants distributed in rain forests on the plateau berhumus from Southeast Asia to New Guinea, Borneo, Thailand and the Philippines.

Description

Species: Dendrochilum abbreviatum Blume, 1825: (Java) Dendrochilum abbreviatum var. abbreviatum (Java) Dendrochilum abbreviatum var. remiforme J.J.Sm. 1904 (Java) Dendrochilum abortum (Ames) LOWilliams 1952 (Philippines) Dendrochilum acuiferum

Dendrobium aphyllum
Species:

Genus: Dendrobium
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
Dendrobium Swartz is a genus of tropical orchids, which consists of approximately 1200 species. Genus name is derived from the Greek word dendron, meaning tree and bios, meaning life. Orchids of this genus have a large Pseudobulb


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This genus grow in different habitats in Asia, the Philippines, Borneo, Australia, New Guinea, and New Zealand. Orchids of this genus are mostly epiphytes plants that grow on trees, some are litofit plants that grow in bebatua

Description

Species with foreign names: aduncum Dendrobium: Orchid Dendrobium angelfish aemulum: Ironbark Orchid Dendrobium antennatum: Antelope Orchid (Also: Ceratobium antennatum) aurantiroseum Aunty Rosie Dendrobium Dendrobium beckleri: Pencil Orchi

Dendrophylax lindenii
Species:

Genus: Dendrophylax
Sub Family: Vandoideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
Ghost orchid (Ghost Orchid, Dendrophylax lindenii) is a perenial plants, orchids, also commonly known as Palm Polly, and a white frog orchid (White Frog Orchid). This rare orchids grow in nature and included in the species


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Last name of this species "lindenii" comes from the inventor of this orchid, an orchid collector from Belgium Jean Jules Linden who first saw this orchid in Cuba in 1844. Some time later, this orchid is found in the Eve

Description

Synonym of this orchid species is: Aeranthes lindenii (Lindl.) Rchb.f. in W. G. Walpers, Ann. Bot. Syst. 6: 902 (1864). Angraecum lindenii Lindl., Gard. Chron. 1846 (1): 135 (1846). Polyrrhiza lindenii (Lindl.) Cogn. in I. Urban, Symb. Antill. 6:

Diaphananthe pellucida
Species:

Genus: Diaphananthe
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
This genus consists of approximately 45 species of orchids. Orchids of this genus of orchids growing monopodial epiphytes that grow on the mountains to the pine forest. Synonym of this genus is Rhipidoglossum Schlechter 1918 and Sarcorhync


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Spread ranging from the tropical southern Africa region up to Christmas.

Description

Species: 1.Diaphananthe pellucida [Lindley] 2.Diaphananthe ashantensis Schlechter 1914 (Lindl.) Schltr. 1918 3.Diaphananthe bidens (Afzel. ex Sw.) Schltr. 1914 4.Diaphananthe burttii Summerh. 1934 5.Diaphananthe erectocalcarata (De Wild.) Summerh

Dichaea glauca
Species:

Genus: Dichaea
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
This genus of over 114 species have not anggrek.Genus Pseudobulb and has a monopodial stems with alternating leaves. Single Perbungaan with very fragrant flowers. Perfect flowers with the sepal and Petal berbent


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scattered throughout the tropical U.S. territory. All the species of this genus of orchids are epiphytes orchids that live in wet mountain forests at an altitude of 200 - 2800 m.

Description

Species: 1.Epidendrum echinocarpum Sw. 1788 is synonymous with Dichaea echinocarpa Sw. 1833, Dichaea pendula (Aubl.) Cogn. C. 1903 2.Dichaea anchoraelabia Schweinf. 1947 3.Dichaea australis Cogn. 1906 4.Dichaea bradeorum Schltr. 5.Dichaea br 1923

Disa uniflora
Species:

Genus: Disa
Sub Family: Orchidoideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
This orchid plants grow from fleshy roots and can reach up to 90 cm high. Perbungaan grow in rasemosa or single flowers. Labelum Petal and the small red flower color with all the nuances. Waluapun rather difficult cultivated,


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These orchids are tropical southern Africa, Madagascar and along the west coast of the Indian Ocean. These orchids grow in the ravine, waterfalls and gutters. This orchid comes from South Africa with a well-known species is uni Disa

Description

Species: Disa aconitoides (Ethiopia to S. Africa) aconitoides Disa subsp. aconitoides (Ethiopia to S. Africa). Tuber aconitoides Disa geophyte subsp. concinna (Congo to S. Trop. Africa). Tuber aconitoides Disa geophyte subsp. goetzeana (Ethiopia to

Diuris drummondii
Species:

Genus: Diuris
Sub Family: Orchidoideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
Diuris genus has more than 50 species of orchids, which recently revised to include many new species. Scientific genus name is derived from the Greek dis, meaning double and oura which means tail, because the orchids in a two-s


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Is a chronic Diuris species that are native plants of open habitats in Australia and Tasmania, and one species is endemic from the island of Timor. Many species are common species in Australia.

Description

Species Diuris abbreviata F. Muell. ex Benth 1873 Diuris aequalis F. Muell. ex Fitzg., 1876 Diuris alba R.Br.1810 Diuris amplissima DLJones 1991 Diuris Arenaria DLJones, 1999 Diuris aurea Sm. 1804 Diuris behrii Schltdl. 1847 Diuris bracte

Dracula Bufonis
Species:

Genus: Dracula
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
This orchid genus consists of 1118 species. The name Dracula means little dragon given because the two are sepal length. Orchids of this genus previously included in the genus Masdevallia, but separated into a separate genus in t


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This orchid genus of orchids and orchid epiphytes Amarika scattered in central, northwest Andes, and Ecuador.

Description

Species Subgenus Dracula: Members Subgenus comprises almost all species except species of the genus Dracula (sodiroi D. and D. xenos) Section Andreettaea: Monotypic: Dracula andreettae Section Chestertonia: two species: Dracula chestertonii, D. cu

Drakaea elastica
Species:

Genus: Drakaea
Sub Family:
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
Orchids of the genus in more orchids known as the hammer ( "Hammer Orchids"). The name was given based on the shape and movement of orchid-like hammer. Genus name comes from the name of a British artist in the year 1


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Drakaea is a genus of Australian native orchids are threatened with extinction.

Description

In this genus there are approximately 5 species: Drakaea confluens Drakaea Glyptodon Drakaea elastica Drakaea livida Drakaea isolata

Dresslerella pilosissima
Species:

Genus: Dresslerella
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
Dresslerella mini is a genus of orchids with 8 members of the species. Genus name is derived from nana an orchid expert Robert L. Dressler. Some species have a type perbungaan with pubescent.


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Description

Species: Dresslerella elvallensis Dresslerella etc. pertusa Dresslerella pilosissima.

Simula Dryadella Species:
Genus: Dryadella
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
Is a genus of orchids Dryadella mini measures just 3 to 6 cm. This orchid composed approximately 40 species


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Distributed from southern Mexico to southern Brazil and northern Argentina.

Description

Species: Dryadella aviceps Dryadella edwallii Dryadella elata Dryadella guatemalensis Dryadella liliputiana Dryadella sororcula Dryadella Simula Dryadella zebrina. Etc..

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