Orchid Genus species of Orchids Catalog J,K,L,M

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

Description
Jennyella is a genus of orchids, published in 1999 by E. Luckel & H. Fessel separating 4 orchid species previously classified into the genus Houlletia. Genus name was given in honor of Rudolf Jenny, a penel

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Regional distribution of the orchid is the same as genud regional distribution Houlletia orchids. This orchid plants are epiphytes orchids big with only a few species are known from Mexico (probably from Guatemala to Central America h

Description
Species: Jennyella clarae (previously Houlletia clarae, Schlechter 1924) Jennyella kalbreyeriana (previously Houlletia kalbreyeriana, Kraenzlin 1920) Jennyella lowiana (previously Houlletia lowiana, Rchb. F.) Jennyella sanderi (previously Houlletia

Jostia teaguei Species:
Genus: Jostia
Sub Family: Epidendroideae


Description
Jostia teaguei is the only species of the genus Jostia orchids. This species formerly known as Masdevallia teaguei species, which has been separated from the genus Masdevallia.

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Description
Synonym: Masdevallia teaguei Luer, 1978

Jumellea arachnanthe Species:
Genus: Jumellea *
Sub Family: Epidendroideae

Description
Flowers of this orchid plant aromatic. Plants will grow to form clumps, and of these clumps will produce white perbungaan. These orchids grew up in a fan shape with a large leaf of dark green. Anggr

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Jumellea Schltr. Is a genus of orchids are scattered in the area Madagascar, Mauritius, Sri Lanka.

Description
Species: Jumellea arachnanthe major Jumellea comorense Jumellea

Kreodanthus elatus Species:
Genus: Kreodanthus
Sub Family: Orchidoideae

Description
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Kreodanthus is a small genus of the family which is orchidaeae native of Cuba and southern Mexico to Peru

Description
Species: Kreodanthus casillasii R. González (1995) (Mexico, El Salvador) Kreodanthus corniculatus (Rchb.f.) Garay (1977) (Cuba) Kreodanthus crispifolius Garay (1978) (Ecuador, Peru) Kreodanthus ecuadorensis Garay (1987) (Ecuador ) Kreodanthus elatu

Lecanorchis japonica Species:
Genus: Lecanorchis
Sub Family: Vanilloideae

Description
Lechanorchis is a genus of orchids whose name is derived from the Greek word meaning lake lekane and orchid orchis meaning. This orchid is a terrestrial plant that is not because it is as brdaun plants that heterotrof miko sebelumny

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This orchid grows in the forests of the Himalayas, tropical and subtropical regions of Asia, New Guinea and several places in the Pacific Islands at the height of 300-1500 m.

Description
Species: Lecanorchis bicarinata Schltr. (1922) (New Guinea) Lecanorchis brachycarpa Ohwi. (1938) (Japan to Taiwan) Lecanorchis JJSm ciliolata. (1929) (New Guinea) Fukuy flavicans Lecanorchis. (1942) (Japan) (Status: threatened) Lecanorchis HOKU

Laelia rubescens Species:
Genus: Laelia
Sub Family: Epidendroideae

Description
Laelia is a small genus of 11 species of orchids. This orchid genus belonging to the genus of popular flowers because they beauty, nature and easily cultivated genetisa. Most orchids are epiphytes plants, but several

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This orchid grows in temperate climates or temprata in Central America, mostly in Mexico. Laelia speciosa is the orchid that grows in altitude regions, with the sun-rich conditions, dry and cold. Other species grow in

Description
Species: Laelia albida Bateman ex Lindl., 1839 (Mexico). Laelia anceps Lindlm., 1835 (Mexico to Guatemala). Laelia anceps subsp. anceps (Mexico to Guatemala). Pseudobulb epiphyte Laelia anceps subsp. dawsonii (J. Anderson) Rolfe, 1922 (Mexico - Guer

Lepanthes tentaculata Species:
Genus: Lepanthes
Sub Family: Epidendroideae

Description
Lepanthes is a large genus of orchids with more than 700 members of the species. Genus name is derived from the Greek word meaning scaly flower ( "scaled-flower").

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Spread in the Antilles and from Mexico to Bolivia and several species found in Brazil.

Description
Species: Lepanthes aculeata Lepanthes auriculata Lepanthes calodictyon Lepanthes convexa Lepanthes cymbium Lepanthes eciliata Lepanthes Gargantua fiskei Lepanthes lucifer Lepanthes imbricans Lepanthes num Lepanthes menatoi Lepanthes

Lepanthopsis acetabulum Species:
Genus: Lepanthopsis
Sub Family: Epidendroideae

Description
Lepanthopsis is a genus of orchids consisting AAA approximately 38 species. This is a plant genus of orchids are very small, often from the plants flower diameter is sized just less than 1 cm.

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Distributed in the Andes and the Caribbean.

Description
Species: Lepanthopsis abbreviata Lepanthopsis acetabulum Lepanthopsis apoda Lepanthopsis acuminata Lepanthopsis astrophora Lepanthopsis melanantha Lepanthopsis vinacea

Leptotes bicolor
Species:

Genus: Leptotes
Sub Family: Epidendroideae

Description
Leptotes is a small genus of plants that have angrek plant forms such as a stick with a tube-shaped leaves. The genus of this plant consists of 7 species.

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Distributed in the territory of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay.

Description
Leptotes species bicolor Lindl. 1833: synonym: Leptotes serrulata Lindl. 1838), Leptotes glaucophylla Hoffmanns. 1843; Leptotes bicolor f. albescens Leptotes harryphillipsii Christenson 2004 Leptotes mogyensis Krackow. ex Christenson 2004 Leptotes

Masdevallia. Patula Species:
Genus: Masdevallia
Sub Family: Epidendroideae

Description
Masdevallia is a genus of orchid plants which comprises more than 500 species that are grouped into several sub-genus. Genus name comes from the name of a botanist and a doctor from the time of King Charles III of Spain, namely Jose Masdev

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Plants were found growing orchids ranging from Mexico to northern Brazil, especially at altitude region from 2.500 to 4.000 m in the Andes of Ecuador in the region and Colombia, and Peru and Bolivia.

Description
Species: Subgenus: Amanda Amandae Section: 28 + species, eg M. amanda, M. bulbophyllopsis, M. melanopus, M. Section Polysticta Ophioglossae: One or possibly two species: M. ophioglossa, M. ophioglossa subsp. Subgenus Masdevallia Grossa Secti

Maxillaria rufescens Species:
Genus: Maxillaria
Sub Family: Epidendroideae

Description
Maxillaria Ruiz & Pav. (1794) is a genus of orchid genus with the type species of Maxillaria ramosa Ruiz & Pavón 1794. This orchid genus consisting of species of orchids have very different morphological forms. Orchids of the genus is more dik

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Orchid plant is distributed in the rain forest at an altitude of 3500 m in the zone of tropical and subtropical America. This indicates that these plants have temperature requirements that vary from warm to cold temperatures.

Meiracyllium trinasutum Species:
Genus: Meiracyllium
Sub Family: Epidendroideae

Description
Meiracyllium is a genus of orchids consisting of two or three species of rare orchids.

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This orchid plants found growing in Mexico until Guetemala.

Description
Species: Meiracyllium trinasutum Meiracyllium wendlandii

Mexipedium xerophyticum Species:
Genus: Mexipedium
Sub Family: Cypripedioideae

Description
Mexipedium is a genus angrek monotipik that only one species of orchids consisting Mexipedium xerophyticum. This species originally described as Phragmipedium xerophyticum by Soto Arenas, Salazar & Hàgsater in 1990, but moved to

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Mexipedium xerophyticum found only in one location in the Oaxaca region in Mexico. Until now only seven managed to plant diamati.Tumbuhan orchid is litofit plants that live in gulf sheltered from the sun on ketin

Microtis unifolia Species:
Genus: Microtis
Sub Family: Orchidoideae

Description
Microtis or better known as the orchid onion (onion orchids) is a genus of small orchids. Orchids of this genus are orchids with a single cylindrical leaves. Flowers small, green sometimes arranged on perb

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These orchids are in the southern Chinese territory to Japan, Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific part of the SW on pasture and bush.

Description
Species: Microtis alba R.Br. (1810) (SW Australia) Microtis angusii DLJones (1996) (New South Wales) (endangered) Arenaria Microtis Lindl. (1840): Notched Onion Orchid (Victoria, Tasmania) Microtis atrata Lindl. (1840) (SW Australia, Tasmania)

Miltonia clowesii Species:
Genus: Miltonia
Sub Family: Epidendroideae

Description
Miltonia Lindl., Is a small genus of orchid family. Genus name is derived from the name of a fan of British orchids, Lord Fitzwilliam Milton. This orchid has one or two leaves that arise from Pseudobulb. Perbungaan composed of bung

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These orchids are epiphytes in central Brazil to the south, and Argentina.

Description
Species: Miltonia candida Lindl. (1838) (Brazil): Snow-white Miltonia Miltonia clowesii (Lindl.) Lindl. (1840) (Brazil): Clowes' Miltonia Miltonia cuneata Lindl., (1844) (Brazil): Wedge-shaped Miltonia Miltonia flava Lindl. (1848) (Brazil) Milt

Myoxanthus punctatus Species:
Genus: Myoxanthus
Sub Family: Epidendroideae

Description
Myoxanthus is a genus of orchids consisting of approximately 50 species. Genus name is derived from the Greek word for flower. This genus closely related genus Pleurothallis. Genus Chaetocephala Barb.Rodr., Dubois-Reymondia H. Karst., Dub

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This orchid genus has a distribution area in the United States of central and southern.

Description
Species: Myoxanthus affinis Myoxanthus Cimex Myoxanthus conceicioensis Myoxanthus exasperatus Myoxanthus fimbriatus Myoxanthus georgei Myoxanthus Gorgon Myoxanthus hirsuticaulis Myoxanthus monophyllus Myoxanthus s Myoxanthus punctatus

Mischobulbum grandiflorum Species:
Genus: Mischobulbum
Sub Family: Epidendroideae

Description
Mischobulbum is a genus of orchids consisting of approximately 7 species. The genus is related to Tainia.

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This orchid genus in the region are China, India, Malaysia, to New Guinea and the Solomon Islands.

Description
Species: Mischobulbum cordifolium etc. Mischobulbum grandiflorum.

Myrmechila truncata Species:
Genus: Myrmechila
Sub Family: Orchidoideae

Description
Myrmechila is a small genus of the family Orchidaceae. Genus name is derived from the Greek word meaning myrmex ants and cheilos which means lip, referring to the arrangement found on the neck of the labellum. This orchid has two different leaf

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Orchids of this genus are orchids that have tuber and is endemic plants in Australia. Orchid plants in Australia is still widely found while in New Zealand orchids are approaching extinction.

Description
Species: Myrmechila formicifera (Fitzg.) DLJones & MAClem (E. Australia, Presumed extinct in New Zealand): Ant Orchid Myrmechila platyptera (DLJones) DLJones & MAClem (New South Wales) Myrmechila trapeziformis (Fitzg.) DL Jones & MAClem

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