Amesiella philippinensis


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Species:Amesiella philippinensis
Genus: Amesiella
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
The Family: Orchidaceae
Order: Asparagales
Class: Liliopsida
Subtribe:
Tribe:
Division: Magnoliophyta
Kingdom: Plantae


Description
This orchid species Genus comprises two species originating from Philipina. Anggrek from genus this are plants epiphytic small size growing on regions hot until warm. Plants orchid has stem shorter, roots thick fleshy and leaf fleshy

DistributionAnggrek from genus this are plants epiphytic small size growing on regions hot until warm. Circumglobal in territory Asian tropical, Islands Pacific, Australia and Africa.


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species:
1.Amesiella monticola J.E. Cootes et D.P. Banks 1999th
2.Amesiella philippinensis [Ames] one may 1972nd

Altensteinia Fimbriata

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Species:Altensteinia Fimbriata
Genus: Altensteinia
Sub Family: Spiranthoideae
The Family: Orchidaceae
Order: Asparagales
Class: Liliopsida
Subtribe:
Tribe:
Division: Magnoliophyta
Kingdom: Plantae

Description

This genus consists of 9 species of ground orchids. Orchids of this genus has a peculiar form of Citi rasemosa dense inflorescence with large, colorful petals. This orchid has roset leaves at the base of the stem. The scientific name comes from the genus His name means "the edge Altensteinia."
This is a terrestrial plant that grows in cold climates . Cauline Leaves lanceolate, acuminate, arranged in a spiral of green flowers in terminal spikes, erect to 37.5 cm, ORchid species flowering like a bottle brush, in a basal cluster with many bracts and flowers 2 to 2.5 cm wide. Flowering occurs in May, but can be found in flower in late spring and early summer
Distribution
Orchids are spread all over the Andes in South America to Argentina and Brazil. Located in Pisac, Peru and is also produced in Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador and Bolivia at an altitude of 1800-3300 meters on grassy slopes or in rocky mountainous rain forest and cloud forest

species:
1.Altensteinia boliviensis Rolfe ex Rusby 1895
2.Altensteinia Fimbriata Kunth 1816
3.Altensteinia palaecea [Kunth] Kunth 1822
4.Altensteinia pilifera Kunth 1815 5.Altensteinia sceptrum Rchb. f. 1854

Alamania punicea


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Spesies:
Genus: Alamania
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae
Ordo: Asparagales
Klas: Liliopsida
Subtribe:
Tribe:
Devisi: Magnoliophyta
Kingdom: Plantae

Deskripsi
The genus is a genus of orchids monotipik which consists of only one species of orchids, small epiphytes with a climbing rizoma
Punicea Alamania orchid species rare in cultivation, the difficulty under conditions of cold homes, as described for Sophronitis species. Alamania punicea with pseudobulbs greatly reduced, by pressing the bottom of the support aganist and ended with 1-2 reddish, black, green leaves and slightly thickened. grow in clusters with several heads on each, they can be at 0.8 / 2 cm at the most, really shines into the sky. Although you can not find this orchid, because it is very rare in cultivation. The problem is that in orderto prosperous, he requires a very specific environment of the tropical mountain forests of the constant wind that is not too warm, an almost permanent fog, rain and lots of light. This condition can rarely be provided in the artificial cultures. This species of orchids bloom from March to April. Red-orange flowers on small plants that make the show interesting. Nail flowers contain up to 9 flowers are 3 / 4 - 1 in across.

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This orchid is endemic plants from Mexico.

Description
Alamania species punicea LaLlave & Lex. 1825

Agrostophyllum brevipes

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Species: Agrostophyllum brevipes
Genus: Agrostophyllum
Sub Family: Epidendroideae
Family: Orchidaceae
Order: Asparagales
Class: Liliopsida
Tribe:Epidendreae
Subtribe:Glomerinae
Division: Magnoliophyta
Kingdom: Plantae

Description

Agrostylum is a genus that has about 90 species. Genus name is derived from the Greek meaning agrotis grass and leaves phyllos which means, in accordance with the form of grass-like leaves. Orchids of this genus have leaves, referring to the grass-like appearance of the leaves of some species.


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These epiphytes orchids found growing in lowland forests in the tropics, growing on tree trunks and branches. Distribution covers an area of Seychelles, Madagascar, India, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Indonesia to the Pacific islands. The center of diversity is to be found in New Guinea

Description
Agrostophyllum acutum (New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum amboinense JMaluku - Ambon).
Agrostophyllum appendiculoides (New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum aristatum (Fiji).
Agrostophyllum arundinaceum (Borneo).
Agrostophyllum atrovirens (Maluku - Ambon).
Agrostophyllum bilobolabellatum (Papua New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum bimaculatum : Double-spotted Agrostophyllum (New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum brachiatum (New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum brachiatum var. brachiatum (New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum brachiatum var. latibrachiatum (New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum brevipes (E. Himalaya to Indo-China).
Agrostophyllum callosum (Nepal to Hainan)
Agrostophyllum compressum (New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum crassicaule (New Guinea, Bismarck Archipel).
Agrostophyllum crassicaule var. bismarckiense (Bismarck Arch.)
Agrostophyllum crassicaule var. crassicaule (New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum curvilabre (New Guinea to Solomon Is.).
Agrostophyllum cyathiforme (W. Malaysia).
Agrostophyllum cycloglossum (New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum cyclopense (New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum denbergeri (Sumatra to Java).
Agrostophyllum dischorense (New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum djararatense (Sumatra).
Agrostophyllum dolychophyllum (New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum earinoides (New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum elatum (New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum elmeri (Philippines).
Agrostophyllum elongatum : Elongated Agrostophyllum (Malaysia to W. Pacific).
Agrostophyllum fibrosum (New Guinea)..
Agrostophyllum finisterrae (New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum flavidum (Assam).
Agrostophyllum fragrans (New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum globiceps (W. Sumatra).
Agrostophyllum globigerum (N. Borneo).
Agrostophyllum glumaceum (W. Malaysia).
Agrostophyllum graminifolium (New Guinea to Vanuatu).
Agrostophyllum grandiflorum (New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum indifferens ((Kalimantan).
Agrostophyllum inocephalum (S. Taiwan to Philippines).
Agrostophyllum javanicum (W. Malesia).
Agrostophyllum kaniense (New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum kusaiense (Caroline Is.).
Agrostophyllum lamellatum (ew Guinea).
Agrostophyllum lampongense (Sumatra).
Agrostophyllum laterale (Borneo).
Agrostophyllum latilobum ( W. & C. Java).
Agrostophyllum laxum (W. Malaysia).
Agrostophyllum leucocephalum (New Guinea to SW. Pacific).
Agrostophyllum leytense (Philippines).
Agrostophyllum longifolium (Pen. Thailand to Malaysia.)
Agrostophyllum longivaginatum (Philippines).
Agrostophyllum luzonense (Philippines).
Agrostophyllum macrocephalum (New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum majus (Pen. Thailand to Vanuatu).
Agrostophyllum malindangense (Philippines).
Agrostophyllum mearnsii (N. Borneo to Philippines).
Agrostophyllum megalurum (New Guinea to W. Pacific).
Agrostophyllum merrillii (Philippines) .
Agrostophyllum mindanense (Philippines).
Agrostophyllum montanum : Mountain Agrostophyllum (New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum mucronatum (New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum myrianthum (Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh).
Agrostophyllum neoguinense (Papua New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum niveum (New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum occidentale (Seychelles, N. Madagascar).
Agrostophyllum palawense (Caroline Is. - Palau).
Agrostophyllum paniculatum ( New Guinea to Solomon Is. )
Agrostophyllum papuanum (Papua New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum parviflorum (Maluku to New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum patentissimum (New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum pelorioides (New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum philippinense (Philippines).
Agrostophyllum planicaule (Himalaya to Indo-China).
Agrostophyllum potamophila : River-loving Agrostophyllum (New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum rigidifolium (New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum saccatilabium (Philippines).
Agrostophyllum saccatum (Borneo)..
Agrostophyllum sepikanum (New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum seychellarum (Seychelles).
Agrostophyllum simile (Sulawesi).
Agrostophyllum spicatum (New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum stenophyllum (New Guinea.).
Agrostophyllum stipulatum (Indo-China, Malaysia to Solomon Is.)
Agrostophyllum stipulatum subsp. bicuspidatum (W. Malaysia).
Agrostophyllum stipulatum subsp. stipulatum (Indo-China, Malaysia to Solomon Is.)
Agrostophyllum sumatranum (W. Sumatra, Borneo).
Agrostophyllum superpositum (New Guinea to Solomon Is.).
Agrostophyllum tenue (W. Malaysia)..
Agrostophyllum torricellense (New Guinea to S. Vanuatu).
Agrostophyllum trifidum (Sumatra, Borneo).
Agrostophyllum uniflorum (New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum vanhulstijnii (Maluku) .
Agrostophyllum ventricosum (New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum verruciferum (New Guinea).
Agrostophyllum wenzelii (Philippines).
Agrostophyllum zeylanicum (Sri Lanka).

Aglossorhyncha biflora



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

Description
This genus consists of 6 species of orchids, small to medium sized. This type of orchid species grow mostly in the form of epiphytes plants and some other species of orchids. Round rod with a length of up to 35 cm and usually branched.

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Six species found in Papua and New Guinea on a large branching tree and tall and moss in the primary forests.

Description
1.Aglossorhyncha species aurea Schltr. 2.Aglossorhyncha biflora J.J.Sm. 1910 3.Aglossorhyncha longicaulis J.J.Sm. 1928

Aganisia cyanea

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

Description
Aganisia Lindl. 1839, is a genus originating from South America. Genus name is derived from the Greek meaning Agnos award, may be related view fragrance released by the orchid. Angrek of this genus memil

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Orchids of this genus are dwarf plants, are epiphytes and climbing. Growing up in the mountains or forests and savannahs along the banks of the river in Trinidad, Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, and Peru.

Description
Aganisia cyanea Species: Blue orchid (S. Trop. America). Aganisia fimbriata (N. & W. South America). Aganisia pulchella (Trinidad to Brazil). Intergeneric Hybrids: xDownsara. = Batemannia x Aganisia x Otostylis x Zygosepalum xHamelwellsara = A

Aerides japonica

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

Description

Aerides or orchids, or orchids, cat's tail fox is a genus belonging to the family Orchidaceae. Perbungaan have rasemosa arrangement with flowers, with a layer of wax to last long. Sweet-smelling flowers and white
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There are in parts of Asia, from India, Nepal South China, Southeast Asia to New Guinea.
Description

Species: Aerides augustianum Rolfe (1889) (Philippines). Aerides crassifolium CSPParish ex Burb (1873) (Indo-China). Aerides crispum Lindl. (1833) (SW. India). Aerides emericii Rchb.f. (1882) (Andaman Is.) Aerides falcatum Lindl. & Paxton (185

Aeranthes grandiflora



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

Description

This genus consists of approximately 30 species. This orchid species grows in the form of epiphytes with a very short stem or no stem at all. Pendan-shaped flowers form with one or a few large flowers that sometimes transparent

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Distributed in the Islands of Madagascar, Comoros and Mascarene and two orchid species from the African continent.

Description

Species: Aeranthes adenopoda (Madagascar).
Aeranthes aemula (N. Madagascar).
Aeranthes africana (Zimbabwe - Vuma Mts.).
Aeranthes albidiflora (Madagascar).
Aeranthes ambrensis (N. Madagascar).
Aeranthes angustidens (NE. Madagascar).

Aerangis fastuosa


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

Description

Aerangis is a genus consisting of approximately 50 species of orchids. These orchids are epiphytes and plants of some form of plants litofit with small to medium size. Orchid plant is similar to the genus Vanda. These orchids grow
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Regional distribution of this orchid covers an area of Africa, Madagascar and the Comoros.
Description

Synonym of this genus is Aerobion Spreng. 1826;
Angorkis `Thou. 1809;
Angorchis Spreng 1822;
Barombia Schlecter 1914;
Radinocion Ridley 1887;
Rhaphidorhynchus Finet 1907
Species:
Aerangis flabellifolia Rchb.f 1865
Aerangis alata H

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