Orchid Genus species of Orchids Catalog T to Z

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

Description
Tainia is a genus of orchids. Genus Ania Lindl., Ascotainia Ridl. Mitopetalum Blume and now included in the genus Tainia. Genus Mischobulbum also often dperimbangkan as a synonym of this genus.

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Distributed from India, China, Southeast Asia to New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Australia.

Description
Species: angustifolia Tainia hookeriana Tainia speciosa Tainia etc. .. Tainia sutepensis
Thelymitra pauciflora Species:
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Genus: Thelymitra
Sub Family: Orchidoideae

Description
Thelymitra is a genus of orchids known as common orchids sun ( 'sun orchids') because it only flowers in the warm weather. This orchid genus consists of approximately 100 species. Type species of this genus is Thelymitra longif

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Distributed in areas with high rainfall in the area of Australia (with about 50 species), New Zealand (with approximately 10 species endemic), New Caledonia (2 species), Timor, Java and the Philippines.

Description
Species: Thelymitra aemula Cheeseman 1919 Thelymitra aggericola DLJones 1999 Thelymitra albiflora Jeanes 2004 Thelymitra angustifolia R.Br. 1810 Thelymitra antennifera (Lindl.) Hook.f. 1858: Rabbit-eared Sun Orchid, Lemon-scented Orchid, Vanil
Thrixspermum arachnites Species:
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Genus: Thrixspermum
Sub Family: Epidendroideae

Description
Thrixspermum is a genus of orchids consisting of approximately 100 species of orchids, epiphytes Thrixspermum are monopodial orchids are small to moderate. Perbungaan a flat rasemosa with flowers on both sides of perbungaan. Smelling flowers

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Distributed ranging from Indian territory, to Southeast Asia and New Guinea. The genus is also found in the Pacific Islands and two species found in Australia. Type species of this genus is Thrixspermum centipedia growing in tropical welcome dat

Description
Species: aberrans Schltr Thrixspermum. 1913 Thrixspermum acuminatissimum (Rchb. f.) Rchb.f. 1868 (synonym Sarcochilus acuminatissimus) Thrixspermum acutilobum JJSm. 1921 Thrixspermum adenotrichum Schltr. 1913 Thrixspermum affine Schltr. 1906
Thunia marshalliana Species:
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Genus: Thunia
Sub Family: Epidendroideae

Description
Thunia is a genus of orchids consisting of 6 species of orchids

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Orchids are native of Southeast Asia.

Description
Species: pulchra Thunia marshalliana Thunia etc. Thunia venosa
Tipularia discolor Species:
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Genus: Tipularia
Sub Family: Epidendroideae

Description
Tipularia is a genus of orchids consisting only of 2 species. Genus name is derived from the name of a type genus Tipula. Two genus Anthericlis Raf. and Plecturus Raf. Is a synonym of the genus Tipularia.

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Description
Species: discolor Tipularia - Tipularia orchid cranefly japonica
Trevoria chloris Species:
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Genus: Trevoria
Sub Family: Epidendroideae

Description
Trevoria genus was first described by FC Lehmann in 1897 at 3 ser vol21 :345-346 Gardeners Chronicle of the journal containing a picture black and white photographs of Trevoria chloris. This genus name comes from the name to Sir Trevor Lawrence, p

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Anngrek this intermidiet grow at temperatures found in the region and Nicaragua and Costa Rica to Bolivia.

Description
Species: Trevoria chloris Trevoria escobariana Trevoria glumacea Trevoria lehmanii Trevoria zahlbuckneriana
Trichocentrum tigrinum Species:
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Genus: Trichocentrum
Sub Family: Epidendroideae

Description
Trichocentrum is a small orchid genus of 65 species, with many new species found or given name (MWChase & NHWilliams, Lindleyana 16, 2001). These orchids are epiphytes plants by some circles, this genus he

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Distributed in the humid forest region ranging from Mexico to South America, mostly in Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru.

Description
Species: Trichocentrum aguirrei (Colombia). Trichocentrum albococcineum: White-scarlet Trichocentrum (N. Brazil to Peru). Trichocentrum ascendens (Mexico to W. South America). Trichocentrum aurisasinorum (C. America). Trichocentrum bicallosum (M
Vanda tricolor Species:
Species:
Genus: Vanda
Sub Family: Epidendroideae

Description
Vanda W. Jones ex R. Br. 1820, is a genus of orchids consisting of approximately 50 species. The name "Vanda" is derived from the Sanskrit name for the species Vanda tessellata orchids. This genus has a monopodial type of growth that leaves very

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Most of the orchids of this genus are epiphytes plants, with several species of orchids and orchid growing litofit on rocks. Orchid genus distributed in India, the Himalayas, Southeast Asia, including Indonesia and the Philippines,

Description
Species: Vanda alpina (Himalaya to China - S. Yunnan). Vanda arbuthnotiana (India). Vanda arcuata (Indonesia - Sulawesi). Vanda bensonii (Assam to Thailand). Vanda bicolor (Bhutan). Vanda bidupensis (Vietnam). Vanda brunnea (China - Yunnan to
Vanilla planifolia Species:
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Genus: Vanilla
Sub Family: Vanilloideae

Description
Vanilla is a genus of orchids consisting of approximately 110 species of orchids, including species that are Vanilla planifolia vanilla-producing plants are generally used as a flavoring. Genus name is derived from the Spanish word "vainilla"

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This genus is a genus which has spread very widely, most are found all over the world, whether it is in the tropics and sub-tropical, ranging from tropical America to tropical Asia, New Guinea and West Africa.

Description
Species with common names: Vanilla aphylla: Leafless Vanilla Vanilla barbellata: Small Bearded Vanilla, Wormvine Orchid, Leafless Vanilla, Snake Orchid. Vanilla chamissonis: Chamisso's Vanilla Vanilla claviculata: Green Withe Vanilla dilloniana: L
Xerorchis amazonica Species:
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Genus: Xerorchis
Sub Family: Epidendroideae

Description
Xerorchis is a genus of orchid scientific name comes from the Greek word that means dry xeros and orchis, which means shaped like a testicle. Orchids of this genus is a primitive orchids growing orchids form. Xerorchis has

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Xerorchis is a genus found only in South America.

Description
Species: Xerorchis amazonica Xerorchis trichorhiza
Zygopetalum mackayii Species:
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Genus: Zygopetalum
Sub Family: Epidendroideae

Description
Zygopetalum (Hook. 1833), is a genus of orchids that consists of fourteen species. Scientific genus name is derived from the Greek word which means zygon similar Petal yoke. Referring to the basic form of the labellum as gandara shape. Kindness

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This orchid grows in moist forests at low to medium altitude in the region of South America with most species found in Brazil.

Description
Species: Zygopetalum brachypetalum Lindl. Zygopetalum ghillanyi (Brazil). Zygopetalum graminifolium (Brazil). Zygopetalum hasslerianum (Paraguay). Zygopetalum maculatum Mackay's Zygopetalum (Peru to E. Brazil). type species (formerly * Zygopetalum
xAscocenda Species:
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Genus: xAscocenda
Sub Family: Epidendroideae

Description
Ascocenda is a genus of orchid hybrid results that deliberately. The genus is the result of a hybrid or a cross with Ascocentrum genus Vanda. The genus is not included in the classification of Orchidaceae family and first dideskrips

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These orchids are generally produced in Thailand, Myanmar, India and the Philippines

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