Orchid Genus species of Orchids Catalog E

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

Description

Eleorchis is a genus of orchids that only consists of 2 species.
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Description
Species: japonica Eleorchis conformis Eleorchis

Echinosepala uncinata Species:
Genus: Echinosepala

Description
Is a genus of orchids Echinosepala proposed consists of two sub-genus Silenia and Satyria, both are members of the genus Myoxanthus. There is little reason to reject the proposed new genus, so genus Echinosepala diter

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Description
Species: Echinosepala aspasicensis Echinosepala sempergemmata Echinosepala etc. stonei Echinosepala uncinata.
Encyclia ceratistes Species:
Genus: Encyclia

Description
Is a genus of orchids Encyclia whose name is derived from the Greek word which means circle enkykleomai, according to the menggelilingi neck labellum. Terminal leaves grow from the thick Pseudobulb. The flowers grow from the end of perbungaan. Genus

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Genus efifitik have in Florida, the Bahamas, Mexico and tropical America, grown in lowland forest at an altitude of up to 1000 m.

Description
Epidendrum porpax Species:
Genus: Epidendrum

Description
Epidendrum genus of orchids commonly known as the star orchid (orchid star), is a large Neotropical genus with more than 1100 species in dalmnya. Some authors call this genus as a mega genus. Genus name is derived da

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These orchids are tropical plants and subtropik growing in the Americas region, ranging from North Carolina (USA) to Argentina. These orchids are epiphytes, which grow only a few in the ground. Generally this genus grow in the Andes on ketin

Description
Synonym: Some genus is a synonym of this genus: Amphiglottis Salisb., Anacheilium Hoffmanns., Anocheile Hoffmanns. ex Rchb., Auliza Small, Coilostylis Raf., Didothion Raf.,, Diothonea Lindl., Dothilophis Raf., Doxosma Raf., E

Epipactis gigantea Species:
Genus: Epipactis

Description
Epipactis Zinn, 1757, or Helleborine is a genus of terrestrial orchids are composed approximately 70 species. These pioneer plants growing in a wet environment. Marsh helleborine (Epipactis palustris) is the only orchid of Europe

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This orchid plant, usually grown in temperate regions and sub-tropical temperata on America region, Asia, and Europe. These orchids grow in open areas in forests, on rocky ground and is also found in sand dunes by the sea. One-Satun

Description
Species: Epipactis africana (Ethiopia to Malawi). Epipactis albensis (C. Europe). Epipactis albensis var. albensis (EC. Europe). Rhizome geophyte Epipactis albensis var. fibri (France). Hemicryptophye or rhizome geophyte Epipactis aspromontana

Eulophia guieensis Species:
Genus: Eulophia

Description
Eulophia genus consists of 210 species of orchids. The genus was first described by John Lindley in 1821. The name "Eulophia" comes from the Greek eu meaning well and meaning lophos feathers, according to the most bent

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This plant is distributed in the shade of rainforest or on an open area in the tropical and subtropical Africa, India, Asia, Queensland (Australia), and the Americas, although mostly found in Africa. Most of these plants can survive in the mus
Description
Species: Eulophia abyssinica (Northeast Tropical Africa) Eulophia aculeata (southern Africa) Eulophia aculeata subsp. aculeata (southern Africa) Eulophia aculeata subsp. huttonii (southern Africa) Eulophia acutilabra (South Congo to southern trop

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