Orchid Genus species of Orchids Catalog F,G,H,I

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

Description
Caulescens is Frondaria orchid species, the only member of the genus Frondaria. This plant is unique because of similar leaf midrib ramikula. There is little possibility to cultivate this species.

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Galeola nudifolia Species:
Genus: Galeola
Sub Family: Vanilloideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
Galeola is a genus of orchids are myco-heterotrophic, that is life as a parasite by using arbuscular fungi (fungi that live on the roots). Galeola an interesting genus in terms of biology because of the unique nature saprofitiknya and b

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Orchid genus spread throughout Asia (Japan samapai Madagascar) and consists of 22 to 25 species.

Genoplesium plumosum Species:
Genus: Genoplesium
Sub Family:
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
This genus of orchids nerupakan genus consists of only one species. Orchid species from this genus is more commonly known as Tallong Midge Orchid (Genoplesium plumosum).

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This orchid is a small flowering orchid plants are only found in the village of Tallong in the southern highlands of New South Wales. The discovery of this orchid makes the village to the attention of the botanists and conservation experts. Species of

Glomera hamadryas Species:
Genus: Glomera
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
Glomera is a genus of orchids consisting of more than 50 species. Genus Ischnocentrum Schltr. and Sepalosiphon Schltr. are synonyms of this genus.

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This genus is native from New Guinea and Malaysia.

Description
Species: Glomera acuminata Glomera angiensis Glomera brasiliensis Glomera compressa Glomera emarginata Glomera flaccida Glomera giluwensis Glomera grandiflora Glomera jabiensis Glomera keytsiana Glomera latipetala Glomera manicata

Minor Glossodia Species:
Genus: Glossodia
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
Glossodia difficult to be maintained and cultivated. Growing orchids from seeds is very low in vitro keberhasilnnya, and plants removed from their habitats into the pot can only survive a few years. This is especially the

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Glossodia is a small family of most unggu orchids that grow in Australia. In the spring, flowers bloom from Glossodia majors in the fields of the wild in Australia.

Gongora truncata Species:
Genus: Gongora
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
Gongora (Ruiz and Pavón 1794, abbreviated Gga.) Is a genus of 65 species. Genus name is derived from the name of Antonio Caballero y Gongora, a viceroy of New Granada (Colombia and Ecuador) and Peru at the time Gubernud biologist expedition

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Originating from Central America, Trinidad and South American tropics. Most of the orchids of the genus is found in Colombia. This orchid plants growing in a wide geographic area, ranging from wet forests at an altitude equal to the surface

Description
Species: Gongora aceras (Ecuador). Gongora alfieana (S. America) Gongora amparoana (Costa Rica). Gongora arcuata (Colombia). Gongora armeniaca (C. America) Gongora armeniaca subsp. armeniaca (C. America) .. Gongora armeniac Pseudobulb epiphyte

Goodyera repens Species:
Genus: Goodyera
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
Goodyera repens is a plant of orchids known as creeping lady's tresses in Europe and the dwarf or lesser Rattlesnake Rattlesnake plantains plantains in North America. This orchid vines grow underground and appear on the surface

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Orchid in found isolated in some areas in the forests and swamps in Europe, especially in Scotland. These plants, including rare plants, but it is a common plant in Scandinavia. Orchid in also found in Canada and the United States of Utar

Govenia sodiroi Species:
Genus: Govenia
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
Govenia Lindl. 1832, is a genus of orchids and several orchid epiphytes. Genus of orchids in a Pseudobulb egg-shaped, with leaves that selalau pairs plikata. In accordance with the Royal Horticultural Society, Gov.. is short

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Is a native plant of North America, central and south.

Description
Species: Govenia acreana 2000 Govenia alba A. Rich. & Galeotti 1845 Govenia barbata Poepp. & Endl. 1837-1838 Govenia bella E.W. Greenw. 1987 (Oaxaca, Mexico) Govenia ciliilabia Ames & C. Schweinf. 1930 (Costa Rica; El Salvador; Panama) Govenia

Grammatophyllum elegans Species:
Genus: Grammatophyllum
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
Grammatophyllum Blume, 1825 is a genus of 11 species of orchids. Genus name is derived from the Greek word 'Gramma' which means the letter and 'phyllon' which means the leaves, according to which there are dark marks on the flowers. This orchid species

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Genus of orchids are epiphytes in the forest is dense rain from Indo-China to Indonesia. Philippine, New Guinea and the Pacific Islands.

Description
Species: Grammatophyllum elegans (Fiji). Grammatophyllum fenzlianum (Maluku (Ambon). Grammatophyllum kinabaluense (N. Borneo). Grammatophyllum martae (Philippines) - not validly published Grammatophyllum measuresianum (Philippines). Grammatoph

Guarianthe skinneri Species:
Genus: Guarianthe
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
This genus is separated from the genus Cattleya beradasarkan Phylogenetic studies of DNA sequence data.

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Guarianthe is a small genus of orchids, epiphytes that grow in forests in the Central American region and the northern part of South America.

Description
Species: Guarianthe aurantiaca (Bateman) Dressler & WEHiggins Guarianthe bowringiana (Veitch) Dressler & WEHiggins Guarianthe patinii (Cogn.) Dressler & WEHiggins Guarianthe skinneri (Bateman) Dressler & WEHiggins natural hybrid: Guaria

Gymnadenia conopsea Species:
Genus: Gymnadenia
Sub Family: Orchidoideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
Gymnadenia is a genus of orchids consisting of 22 species of orchids. These orchids are orchids plants that can grow strong and chronic. This plant can survive the winter with deep roots such as tubers. Leaves of different length

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This orchid is found growing in the fields rumbut wet, marshy areas and chalky soil are often in alpine regions in Europe geography down to the Himalayas.

Description
Species: Gymnadenia archiducis-joannis ¹ (Austria) Gymnadenia austriaca ¹ (C. Europe to the Pyrenees). Gymnadenia austriaca var. austriaca ¹ (C. Europe). Tuber geophyte Gymnadenia austriaca var. ¹ gallica (Pyrenees, W. Alps) Tuber geophyte

Candida Habenaria sumatrana species:
Genus: Habenaria
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
Orchids of the genus is a small flower with a long and prickly spines 2 to 3 cm. This orchid plant is a plant during the winter and shed their leaves after the winter ends the dormant bulbs will bring a new plant.

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Adaalah scattered orchid genus from Sumatra, Thailand, China to northern Australia. These orchids grow on the edge of the abyss in the lowland rain forest on fertile soil.

Description
Species: Habenaria candida Habenaria carnea Habenaria sumatrana Habenaria dentata hymenophylla Habenaria leptolabia Habenaria ochroleuca Habenaria rhodocheila Habenaria sagarikii X Pectielis susanae Habenaria triplonema

Haemaria discolor alba var alba Species:
Genus: Haemaria
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
Orchids of this genus is the orchid land or litofit orchids that grow in bebatauan. Orchids of the genus is mainly grown in forest areas in the shade. This orchid leaves varies among species, ranging from greenish white to

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Haemaria is a genus of orchids are scattered on the continent of Asia from China to Burma.

Description
Species: alba var Haemaria discolor discolor alba cv Haemaria Green Gold. Form Haemaria Type Haemaria discolor var discolor var discolor Haemaria imperialist odina Haemaria var rubronevra Haemaria discolor var discolor trinervis

Hetaeria polygonoides Species:
Genus: Hetaeria
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
Hetaeria is a genus of orchids known as the jewel orchid (jewel orchid). These orchids require cool temperatures and moisture for growth. This will menggurkan orchid leaves during the winter and the plants left behind i dati
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Orchid genus is native orchids from New Zealand that grows in the highland rain forest on the outskirts of the stream.

Description
Species: Hetaeria polygonoides

Hexalectris spicata Species:
Genus: Hexalectris
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
Hexalectris is a genus of Orchidaceae family consisting of 7 species of orchid plants, orchids, all of which are mycoheterotrophic (orchids that obtain nutrients from fungi arbuscular).

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This orchid species found growing from North America to Guatemala with a diversity center in northern Mexico.

Description
Species: grandiflora Hexalectris nitida Hexalectris etc. Hexalectris spicata.

Hexisea bidentata Species:
Genus: Hexisea
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
These orchids have pseudobulbs which overlapped growth. These orchids grow well in dry areas.

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Hexisea is a genus of orchids that are native orchids of Central America region.


Description
Species: Hexisea bidentata

Houlletia odoratissima Species:
Genus: Houlletia
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
Houlletia (Brogniartt 1841) is a genus which is published by the Brogniartt first Houlletia brocklehurstiana introduced in 1841. Genus name is derived from the name of M. Houllet, an orchid collector and French farmers who live

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This orchid plants are epiphytes large plants with only a few species known from Mexico. These plants grow as epiphytes and some grow in the ground in the embankment in cold, damp and wet at an altitude of 1000 - 2200

Description
Species: H. brocklehurstiana (Brazil 1841). H. clava H. conspersa H. juruensis H. odoratissima H. roraimensis H. tigrina H. unguiculata Intergeneric hybrids: Houllora (Gongora x Houlletia), in Orchid Rev.., 108 (1234), IPNI ID 1014858-1,

Primi mini Howeara Species:
Genus: Howeara
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
Howeara is orchid hybrid of 3 orchid genus, namely leochilus, oncidium and rodriguezia the three included in the sub Epidendroideae families. Hybrid orchids the best known of this genus is Hwra. Mini Primi (Rodontocidium Pri

Ionopsis utricularioides
Species:
Genus: Ionopsis
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
These orchids grow in the shade and requires good air circulation ..

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Ionopsis is a genus of orchids scattered mualai region of Mexico to Central America, Colombia and Venezuela.

Description
Species: Ionopsis paniculatus Ionopsis utricularioides

Isochilus linearis Species:
Genus: Isochilus
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae

Description
Isochilus is a genus of orchids consisting of 7 species. The special characteristic of this genus are rod like a slender rattan stick with flat leaves and small flowers tubular sesil at the end of the rod.

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Orchids of this genus are lowland epiphytes plants that is mainly found in Central America from Mexico to Cuba and Argentina.

Description
Species: linearis Isochilus carnosiflorus Isochilus major Isochilus

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