Orchid Genus species of Orchids Catalog R,S

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

Description
Renanthera Lour. 1790, (abbreviated as Ren.) Is a genus of epiphytes and orchids tumpuhan large land. Species of this genus produce branched perbungaan containing several flowers with a variety of colors ranging from yellow, orange hin

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This orchid terdidtribusi from India, New Guinea to the Philippines.

Description
Species: Renanthera annamensis Renanthera auyongii Renanthera coccinea Renanthera bella Renanthera edefeldtii Renanthera elongata Renanthera histrionica Renanthera imschootiana Renanthera matutina Renanthera monachica Renanthera pulch
Restrepiella ophiocephala Species:
Species: Restrepiella ophiocephala
Genus: Restrepiella
Sub Family: Epidendroideae

Description
Orchid head of the snake (snake's head restrepiella, Restrepiella ophiocephala) is the only species of orchids of the genus Restrepiella. Orchid genus morphologically similar to Restrepia, the difference is the lack circumstances similar extension

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Orchids of this genus spread from Meksiki to Costa Rica. This orchid grows in the woods in sepenjang stream at an altitude of 40-1600 m.
Restrepia antennifera Species:
Species: Restrepia antennifera
Genus: Restrepia
Sub Family: Epidendroideae

Description
Restrepia is a genus of 3 species of orchids. Orchid plants of this genus are epiphytes that tumpuh at altitude 1000-2600 m. Orchids of this genus has no Pseudobulb. Leaves erect, like the skin and elliptical - ovatus.

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These orchids are in high mountain forests of humid and cold regions distributed from Venezuela, Colombia and Ecuador.

Description
Name of species in the same genus: Restrepia antenniferaKunth, 1816 Restrepia citrinaLuer & R. Escobar, F. 1983 Restrepia falkenbergiiRchb, 1880
Rhizanthella gardneri Species:
Species:
Genus: Rhizanthella
Sub Family: Orchidoideae

Description
Rhizantella RSRogers 1928 is a genus of orchids are epiphytes small parasitic and grow on the ground below the surface. Orchid genus consists of only 2 species, namely: Rhizanthella gardneri RS Rogers 1928 (type species): Gardner's

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Orchid genus is endemic orchid that grows in Australia.

Description
Species: Rhizanthella gardneri Rhizanthella slateri
Rhyncholaelia glauca Species:
Species:
Genus: Rhyncholaelia
Sub Family: Epidendroideae

Description
Rhyncholaelia is a genus of orchids consisting only of 2 species. The genus was previously included in the genus Brassavola.

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The genus is distributed from Honduras to Meksiki region.

Description
Species: Rhyncholaelia digbyana (Lindl.) Schltr. Rhyncholaelia glauca (Lindl.) Schltr
Salpistele brunnea Species:
Species:
Genus: Salpistele
Sub Family: Epidendroideae

Description
Salpistele is a small orchid genus consists of only 6 species.

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Four species found in Costa Rica and Panama and two other species found in Ecuador.

Description
Species: Salpistele brunnea Salpistele dielsii Salpistele dressleri Salpistele parvula Salpistele lutea Salpistele pensilis
Scaphosepalum swertiifolium Species:
Species:
Genus: Scaphosepalum
Sub Family: Epidendroideae

Description
Scaphosepalum is a genus of orchids whose name is derived from the Greek word meaning sepal-like boat. As the name implies, the species of orchids of the genus has an unusual flower. Some species produce flowers sepert

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The species of this genus are generally found in Central America and South America.

Description
Species: Scaphosepalum anchoriferum (Rchb. f.) Rolfe 1890 (Costa Rica; Panama) Scaphosepalum andreettae Luer 1985 (Ecuador) Scaphosepalum antenniferum Rolfe 1890 (Ecuador; Bolivia; Colombia; Peru) Scaphosepalum beluosum Luer 1979 (Ecuador) Scapho
Schomburgkia undulata Species:
Species:
Genus: Schomburgkia
Sub Family: Epidendroideae

Description
Schomburgkia is a genus of orchids named after a German botanist Richard Schomburgk. He is a botanist who Guyana Ingris exploration during the year of 1800. The species of this genus are plants ep

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Schomburgkia crispa type species is a large orchid that grows in the tropical heat in the area in Venezuela, Suriname, Brazil, Colombia and Ecuador.

Description
Species: crispa Lindl Schomburgkia. 1838 (Brazil): type species Schomburgkia elata Schltr. 1924 Schomburgkia gloriosa Rchb. f. Schomburgkia lueddemannii prill 1860. 1862 Schomburgkia lyonsii Lindl. 1853 Schomburgkia marginata Lindl. 1838
Selenipedium aequinoctiale Species:
Species:
Genus: Selenipedium
Sub Family: Cypripedioideae

Description
Selenipedium is a genus of orchid scientific name comes from the Greek word that means moon selen and that means pedium sandals. Genus consisting only 6 species of orchids. This orchid genus pollinated and difficult to dikultivasi because bung

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Orchids of the genus are scattered in the region of Central America and South America.

Description
Species: Selenipedium aequinoctiale (The Equatorial occurring Selenipidum) Selenipedium chica Selenipedium isabelianum (Found in Brazil) Selenipedium palmifolium A flower dry land, Selenipedium steyermarkii (Brazil, Venezuela) Selenipedium Vani
Sobralia panamense Species:
Species:
Genus: Sobralia
Sub Family: Epidendroideae

Description
Sobralia is a genus of orchids consisting of approximately 125 species of orchids. Genus name is derived from the name of a botanical ahi from Spain, Dr. Francisco Sobral. Similar stem reed height ranges from 1 to 30 feet. Leaf memi

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Orchid genus is native of Central America and South America. Most species are orchids, but there are some plant species are epiphytes. Orchids of this genus grow in wet forests at an altitude of approximately 88

Description
Species: Sobralia decora - pink-lavender; from Mexico through Central America; Sobralia dichotoma - reddish-brown with white and pink lip; from the Andes; Sobralia fimbriata - white to cream or pale yellow, with fimbriate lip and petals; Andes; Sob
Sophronitis wittigiana Species:
Species:
Genus: Sophronitis
Sub Family: Epidendroideae

Description
Sophronitis is a genus of orchids, epiphytes or small litofit. Sophronitis known from the red flower color, particularly Sophronitis coccinea. Orchid genus has short Pseudobulb, ovoid shape and form large colonies along the rizoma.

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Growing up in the mountain forests in eastern Brazil, Paraguay and northeastern Argentina.

Description
Species: Sophronitis acuensis Fowlie: Refer Sophronitis (Brazil - Rio de Janeiro). Sophronitis alaorii (Brieger & Bicalho) Van den Berg & MWChase: Alaor's Sophronitis (Brazil - Bahia). Sophronitis alagoensis VPCastro & Chiron: (Brazil - Alagoas)
Soterosanthus shepheardii Species:
Species:
Genus: Soterosanthus
Sub Family: Epidendroideae

Description
Soterosanthus is a genus of orchids that have recently separated from the genus of Sievekingia because perbungaannya upright. Flowers are produced similar to the flower of the genus Sievekingia.

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Orchid genus has a high temperature tolerance. Orchid genus in having the distribution in the Colombia area.

Description
Species: Soterosanthus shepheardii (R. Jenny).
Spiranthes cernua Species:
Species:
Genus: Spiranthes
Sub Family: Orchidoideae

Description
Spiranthes, is a genus of orchids known as general Ladies'-tresses. Consists of Spiranthes orchid orders of perenial plants with a fleshy root tubers that grow in groups. Leaves vary from wide ovatus to elip

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Orchids of this genus has a distribution area is very wide, khususnuya in temprata zone in the Northern Hemisphere such as Europe, North Africa, Asia, Australia, New Gunea, America and the Caribbean. These orchids grow on the prairie and savanna but can

Description
Species: Spiranthes aestivalis (Poir.) Rich. (1817): Summer-flowering [[Spiranthes (Western & Central Europe to NW. Africa) Spiranthes angustilabris JJSm. (1913) (New Guinea) Spiranthes brevilabris Lindl. (1840): Texas Ladies'-tresses (SE. U.S.A
Spiranthes spiral Species:
Species: Spiranthes spiral
Genus: Spiranthes
Sub Family: Orchidoideae

Description
Orchid Autumn Ladies'-tresses (Spiranthes spiral) is a flowering orchid that started in late September. These orchids are characterized by spiral perbungaan.

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Orchids are distributed from the Mediterranean zone in northern Europe to the western Himalayas.

Description
Synonym: spiral Ophrys L. 1753 (Basionym) Epipactis spiral (L.) Crantz 1769 Serapias spiral (L.) Scop. 1772 Ophrys autumnalis Balb. 1801 Neottia spiral (L.) Sw. 1805 Neottia autumnalis (Balb.) Pers. 1807 Ibidium spirale (L.) Salisb. 1
Stanhopea. Tigrina Species:
Species:
Genus: Stanhopea
Sub Family: Epidendroideae

Description
Stanhopea (J. Frost ex Hook. 1829) is a genus of orchids from Central America and South America. Genus name is derived from the name of the president of the Medico-Botanical Society of London (1829-1837), Philip Henry Stanhope. Orchids of this genus k

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This orchid grows in the woods northwest Mexico to Argentina.

Description
Species: S. anfracta (SE. Ecuador to Bolivia). S. annulata (S. Colombia to Ecuador). S. avicula (Panama). S. candida (S. Trop. America). S. carchiensis (Colombia to Ecuador). S. cirrhata (C. America) S. confusa G. Gerlach & Beeche (2004) (Cost
Stelis ciliaris Species:
Species:
Genus: Stelis
Sub Family: Epidendroideae

Description
Orchid leah (Leach orchids) is the popular name of the orchid genus Stelis. This genus is a large genus of orchids with perhaps 500 species of orchids. Genus name is derived from the Greek word 'mistletoe', which according to the type of growth

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This orchid plants are epiphytes plants that are distributed in mountain forests in the tropics of North and Central America.

Description
Species: Stellis alata Lindl. : Winged Stelis. Stellis argentata Lindl. : Silvery Stelis Stellis aviceps Lindl. : Bird Head Stelis Stellis barbata Rolfe 1913: Bearded Stelis. Stellis bidentata Schltr. 1912: Two-toothed Stelis. Stellis ciliari

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