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Genera or species names that are synonyms of current names are denoted with a ~.

The basiosynonym of a species is denoted with a "*". The basiosynonym is the very first name that a species had before it was changed to the current species name. If you have a name in parenthesis preceding another name, the name in parentheses is the basiosynonym. An example: ~*Ophrys bicolor Naegeli - See Ophrys apifera var. bicolor (Naegeli) Nelson: Ophyrs bicolor is the basiosynonym and in the current name the parentheses, (Naegeli), is the namer of the basiosynonym, while Nelson is the namer of the current species Ophyrs apifera var. bicolor.

If a genus is complete [all of the species are represented] it is preceded by a `

! denotes the Type Species of the genus

* denotes the basionym or original name with the same species taxon

I have decided to include synonyms in the alphabetical listings because I have found it frustrating to find that some growers do not stay currrent in their plant names and as such we the consumer end up buying a plant that we feel is an exotic different species only to find that it is a plant that we have had for years under the correct name. An example, Brassavola rhopalorrhachis Rchb.f is actually the common species Brassavola nodosa [L]Lindley.

Symbol Chart:

Fragrance = Fragrance

Light Meter Icons; Full Shade = Full shade Dappled shade or Partial Shade = Part shade Bright Light or Full light = Part sun Full Sun = Full sun

Temperature Icons;

Cold = Cold 2500 Meters and Up, 50`F to 55`F night average - - Cool = Cool1800 to 2500 Meters, 58`F to 60`F night average

Warm = Warm1000 meters to 1800 meters, 68`F to 75`F night average - - Hot = HotSea Level to 1000 Meters, 75`F to 85`F

Season Icons;

Spring = Spring Summer = Summer Fall = Fall Winter = Winter

SIZE: Miniature - under 6" tall leaf and pseudobulb Small - under 12" tall leaf and pseudobulb Medium - under 24" tall Large - under 48" tall Giant - Over 48" tall

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~`Mecopodum D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem. 2004 - See Prasophyllum R. Br. 1810 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Diurideae, SUBTRIBE Prasphyllinae

~Mecopodum parvifolium (Lindl.) D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem. 2004 - SeePrasophyllum parvifolium Lindl. 1840

~Mecopodum striatum (R.Br.) D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem. 2004 - See

~`Mecosa Bl. 1825 - See Habenaria Willd. 1805 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Orchideae, SUBTRIBE Orchidinae.

~*Mecosa angustata Blume 1825 - See Platanthera angustata (Blume) Lindl. 1835

~*Mecosa dilatata Blume 1825 - See Platanthera blumei Lindl. 1835

Mediocalcar J.J.Smith 1900 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Podochileae, SUBTRIBE Eriinae

This is a genus of twenty some species that are mostly epiphytic, and native to New Guinea and most come from high cloud forest.

Common Name or Meaning refers to the spur that is attached to the middle of the lip

Type Species = Mediocalcar bicolor J.J.Sm. 1900 = ! = Mediocalcar paradoxum (Kraenzl.) Schltr. 1910

    ~Mediocalcar abbreviatum Schltr. 1911 - See Mediocalcar versteegii J.J. Sm. 1908

  1. Mediocalcar agathodaemonis J.J.Sm. 1910

    SECTION Epicalcar

    Deep Shade Cool Cold Winter Spring Summer Fall

    ~Mediocalcar albicoccineum P.Royen 1979 - See Mediocalcar bifolium J.J. Sm. 1910

    ~Mediocalcar alpinum J.J.Sm 1914 - See Mediocalcar agathodaemonis J.J.Sm. 1910

    ~Mediocalcar alpinum var. spathipetalum J.J.Sm 1915 - See Mediocalcar agathodaemonis J.J.Sm. 1910

    ~Mediocalcar angustifolium Gilli 1980 - See Mediocalcar bifolium J.J. Sm. 1910

    ~Mediocalcar angustifolium Schltr. 1911 - See Mediocalcar versteegii J.J. Sm. 1908

    ~Mediocalcar angustum J.J.Sm. 1934 - See Mediocalcar bifolium J.J. Sm. 1910

    ~Mediocalcar bicolor J.J.Sm. 1900 - See Mediocalcar paradoxum (Kraenzl.) Schltr. 1910

  2. !Mediocalcar bifolium J.J. Sm. 1910

    SECTION Epicalcar

    Part shadeCoolTo ColdWinterSpringSummerFall

    ~Mediocalcar bifolium var. validum J.J.Sm. 1913 - See Mediocalcar agathodaemonis J.J.Sm. 1910

    ~Mediocalcar brevisaccatum Schltr. 1919 - See Mediocalcar bifolium J.J. Sm. 1910

    ~Mediocalcar cluniforme J.J.Sm. 1915 - See Mediocalcar versteegii J.J. Sm. 1908

    ~Mediocalcar compressicalcar J.J.Sm. 1929 - See Mediocalcar bifolium J.J. Sm. 1910

  3. Mediocalcar congestum Schuit. 1997

    Deep Shade Cool Cold Spring Fall

    ~Mediocalcar conicum J.J.Sm. 1912 - See Mediocalcar paradoxum (Kraenzl.) Schltr. 1910

  4. Mediocalcar decoratum Schuit. 1989

    Part shadeCoolTo Cold MOSTLYSpring

    ~Mediocalcar dependens J.J.Sm. 1914 - See Mediocalcar agathodaemonis J.J.Sm. 1910

    ~Mediocalcar diphyllum Schltr. 1911 - See Mediocalcar bifolium J.J. Sm. 1910

    ~Mediocalcar doctersii J.J.Sm. 1935 - See Mediocalcar versteegii J.J. Sm. 1908

    ~Mediocalcar erectum Schltr. 1911 - See Mediocalcar bifolium J.J. Sm. 1910

    ~Mediocalcar ericiflorum Schltr. 1922 - See Mediocalcar paradoxum (Kraenzl.) Schltr. 1910

    ~Mediocalcar filopedunculatum Gilli 1980 publ. 1983 - See Mediocalcar bifolium J.J. Sm. 1910

    ~Mediocalcar kaniense Schltr. 1912 Mediocalcar paradoxum (Kraenzl.) Schltr. 1910

    ~Mediocalcar latifolium Schltr. 1911 - See Mediocalcar paradoxum (Kraenzl.) Schltr. 1910

    ~Mediocalcar lawesii Schltr. 1911 - See Mediocalcar versteegii J.J. Sm. 1908

    ~Mediocalcar longipes Ridl. 1916 - See Mediocalcar bifolium J.J. Sm. 1910

    ~Mediocalcar luteococcineum Schltr. 1911 - See Mediocalcar agathodaemonis J.J.Sm. 1910

    ~Mediocalcar minjense P.Royen 1979 - See Mediocalcar agathodaemonis J.J.Sm. 1910

    ~Mediocalcar montanum Ridl. 1916 - See Mediocalcar bifolium J.J. Sm. 1910

    ~Mediocalcar monticola Schltr. 1911 - See Mediocalcar bifolium J.J. Sm. 1910

  5. !Mediocalcar paradoxum (Kraenzl.) Schltr. 1910

    SECTION Eu-Mediocalcar

    Full Shade

    ~Mediocalcar paradoxum subsp. latifolium (Schltr.) Schuit. 1997 - See Mediocalcar paradoxum (Kraenzl.) Schltr. 1910

    ~Mediocalcar paradoxum subsp. paradoxum - See Mediocalcar paradoxum (Kraenzl.) Schltr. 1910

    ~Mediocalcar paradoxum subsp. robustum (Schltr.) Schuit. 1997 - See Mediocalcar paradoxum (Kraenzl.) Schltr. 1910

    ~Mediocalcar ponapense Schltr. 1921 - See Mediocalcar paradoxum (Kraenzl.) Schltr. 1910

    ~Mediocalcar retusum J.J.Sm. 1929 - See Mediocalcar bifolium J.J. Sm. 1910

    ~Mediocalcar robustum Schltr. 1911 - See Mediocalcar paradoxum (Kraenzl.) Schltr. 1910

    ~Mediocalcar selebicum J.J.Sm. 1933 - See Mediocalcar paradoxum (Kraenzl.) Schltr. 1910

    ~Mediocalcar seranicum J.J.Sm. 1928 - See Mediocalcar versteegii J.J. Sm. 1908

  6. Medicalcar Sp.

    Full shadeWarm LATESpring Mediocalcar stenopetalum Schltr. 1911; Mediocalcar ternatense J.J.Sm. 1927

    ~Mediocalcar stenopetalum Schltr. 1911 - See Mediocalcar paradoxum (Kraenzl.) Schltr. 1910

  7. Mediocalcar subteres Schuit. 1989

    Deep Shade Warm Cool Spring Summer Fall

    ~Mediocalcar ternatense J.J.Sm. 1927 - See Mediocalcar paradoxum (Kraenzl.) Schltr. 1910

  8. Mediocalcar unmboiense Schuit. 1997

    Deep Shade Warm Winter

  9. Mediocalcar uniflorum Schltr.1911

    SECTION Eu-Mediocalcar

    Deep shadeWarmcoolSpring

    ~Mediocalcar vanikorense Ames 1932 - See Mediocalcar paradoxum (Kraenzl.) Schltr. 1910

  10. Mediocalcar versteegii J.J. Sm. 1908

    SECTION Eu-Mediocalcar

    Part shadeCoolTo ColdLATEWinter

    ~Mediocalcar versteegii subsp. amphigeneum Schuit. 1997 - See Mediocalcar versteegii J.J. Sm. 1908

    ~Mediocalcar versteegii subsp. intermedium Schuit. 1997 - See Mediocalcar versteegii J.J. Sm. 1908

    ~Mediocalcar versteegii subsp. vulcanicum Schuit. 1997 - See Mediocalcar versteegii J.J. Sm. 1908

~Medusorchis Szlach. 2004 - See Habenaria Willd. 1805 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Orchideae, SUBTRIBE Orchidinae.

~Medusorchis andamanica (Hook.f.) Szlach. 2004 - See Habenaria andamanica Hook.f. 1890

~Medusorchis holotricha (Gagnep.) Szlach.2004 - See Habenaria holotricha Gagnep. 1931

~Medusorchis polytricha (Rolfe) Szlach. 2004 - See Habenaria polytricha Rolfe1896

~Medusorchis ternatea (Rchb.f.) Szlach. 2004 - See Habenaria ternatea Rchb.f. 1876

~Megaclinium Lindley 1826 - See Bulbophyllum Thou 1822 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE ?, SUBTRIBE Dendrobiinae.

~Megaclinium angustum Rolfe 1922 - See Bulbophyllum falcatum [Lindley]Rchb.f 1861

~Megaclinium arnoldianum De Wild. 1905 - See Bulbophyllum falcatum [Lindley]Rchb.f 1861

~Megaclinium bambiliense De Wild. 1916 - See Bulbophyllum scaberulum (Rolfe) Bolus 1889

~Megaclinium brixhei De Wild. 1916 - See Bulbophyllum falcatum [Lindley]Rchb.f 1861

~Megaclinium buchenauianum Kraenzl. 1905 - See Bulbophyllum calyptratum Kraenzl. 1895

~Megaclinium bufo Lindl. 1841 - See Bulbophyllum falcatum [Lindley]Rchb.f 1861

~Megaclinium chevalieri De Wild. 1921 - See Bulbophyllum scaberulum (Rolfe) Bolus 1889

~Megaclinium clarkei Rolfe 1891 - See Bulbophyllum scaberulum (Rolfe) Bolus 1889

~*Megaclinium colubrinum Rchb.f. 1855 - See Bulbophyllum colubrinum (Rchb.f.) Rchb.f. 1861

~Megaclinium congolanum (Schltr.) T. Durand ex H. Durand 1909 - See Bulbophyllum scaberulum (Rolfe) Bolus 1889

~Megaclinium congolense De Wild. 1903 - See Bulbophyllum imbricatum Lindl. 1841

~Megaclinium deistelianum Kraenzl. 1902 - See Bulbophyllum falcatum [Lindley]Rchb.f 1861

~Megaclinium djumaensis De Wild. 1903 - See Bulbophyllum maximum (Lindl.) Rchb. f. 1861

~Megaclinium ealaense De Wild. 1916 - See Bulbophyllum scaberulum (Rolfe) Bolus 1889

~Megaclinium eburneum Pfitzer 1908 - See Bulbophyllum scaberulum (Rolfe) Bolus 1889

~Megaclinium endotrachys Kraenzel 1905 - See Bulbophyllum falcatum [Lindley] Rchb.f 1861

~Megaclinium djumaensis De Wild. 1903 - See Bulbophyllum maximum (Lindl.) Rchb. f. 1861

~*Megaclinium falcatum Lindley 1826 - See Bulbophyllum falcatum [Lindley] Rchb.f 1861

~Megaclinium flaccidum Hook. 1851 - See Bulbophyllum maximum (Lindl.) Rchb. f. 1861

~Megaclinium fuerstenbergianum De Wild. 1899 - See Bulbophyllum scaberulum (Rolfe) Bolus 1889

~Megaclinium gentilii De Wild. 1902 - See Bulbophyllum falcatum [Lindley]Rchb.f 1861

~Megaclinium gilletii De Wild. 1903 - See Bulbophyllum imbricatum Lindl. 1841

~Megaclinium gillianum De Wild. 1903 - See Bulbophyllum imbricatum Lindl. 1841

~Megaclinium hebetatum Kraenzl. 1923 - See Bulbophyllum imbricatum Lindl. 1841

~Megaclinium hemirhachis Pfitzer 1908 - See Bulbophyllum falcatum [Lindley] Rchb.f 1861

~Megaclinium imbricatum (Lindl.) Rolfe 1897 - See Bulbophyllum imbricatum Lindl. 1841

~ Megaclinium imschootianum Rolfe 1895 - See Bulbophyllum colubrinum (Rchb.f.) Rchb.f. 1861

~Megaclinium inaequale Rchb.f. 1886 - See Bulbophyllum colubrinum (Rchb.f.) Rchb.f. 1861

~Megaclinium intermedium De Wild. 1916 - See Bulbophyllum calyptratum Kraenzl. 1895

~Megaclinium jesperseni De Wild. 1916 - See Bulbophyllum scaberulum (Rolfe) Bolus 1889

~Megaclinium lanuriense De Wild. 1921 - See Bulbophyllum falcatum [Lindley] Rchb.f 1861

~Megaclinium lasianthum Kraenzl. 1912 - See Bulbophyllum falcatum [Lindley]Rchb.f 1861

~Megaclinium laurentianum (Kraenzl. ex De Wild. & T.Durand) De Wild. 1903 - See - See Bulbophyllum imbricatum Lindl. 1841

~Megaclinium ledermannii Kraenzl. 1912 - See Bulbophyllum imbricatum Lindl. 1841

~Megaclinium lepturum Kraenzl. 1916 - See Bulbophyllum calyptratum Kraenzl. 1895

~Megaclinium leucorhachis Rolfe 1891 - See Bulbophyllum imbricatum Lindl. 1841

~Megaclinium lindleyi Rolfe 1897 - See Bulbophyllum calyptratum Kraenzl. 1895

~Megaclinium lutescens Rolfe 1910 - See Bulbophyllum falcipetalum Lindl., 1862

~Megaclinium maximum Lindl. 1830 - See Bulbophyllum maximum (Lindl.) Rchb. f. 1861

~Megaclinium maximum Lindl. 1837 - See Bulbophyllum calyptratum Kraenzl. 1895

~Megaclinium melanorrhachis Rchb.f. 1875 - See Bulbophyllum falcatum [Lindley]Rchb.f 1861

~Megaclinium millenii Rolfe 1897 - See - See Bulbophyllum falcatum [Lindley]Rchb.f 1861

~Megaclinium minor De Wild. 1903 - See Bulbophyllum sandersonii (Hook.f.) Rchb.f. 1878

~Megaclinium minus De Wild. 1903 - See Bulbophyllum sandersonii (Hook.f.) Rchb.f. 1878

~Megaclinium minutum Rolfe 1893 - See Bulbophyllum falcatum [Lindley]Rchb.f 1861

~Megaclinium minutum var. purpureum De Wild. 1911 - See Bulbophyllum falcatum [Lindley]Rchb.f 1861

~Megaclinium oxyodon Rchb. f. 1888 - See Bulbophyllum falcatum [Lindley] Rchb.f 1861

~*Megaclinium oxypterum Lindl. 1839 - See Bulbophyllum maximum (Lindl.) Rchb. f. 1861

~Megaclinium oxypterum var. mozambicense Finet 1910 - See Bulbophyllum maximum (Lindl.) Rchb. f. 1861

~Megaclinium platyrhachis Rolfe 1897 - See Bulbophyllum maximum (Lindl.) Rchb. f. 1861

~Megaclinium pobeguinii Finet 1910 - See Bulbophyllum scaberulum (Rolfe) Bolus 1889

~Megaclinium purpuratum Lindl. 1862 - See Bulbophyllum maximum (Lindl.) Rchb. f. 1861

~*Megaclinium purpureorhachis De Wild. 1902 - See Bulbophyllum purpureorhachis (De Wild.) Schltr 1914

~Megaclinium pusillum Rolfe 1894 - See Bulbophyllum sandersonii (Hook.f.) Rchb.f. 1878

~*Megaclinium renkinianum Laurent 1914 - See Bulbophyllum renkinianum (Laurent) De Wild. 1921

~Megaclinium sandersonii Hook.f. 1871 - See Bulbophyllum sandersonii (Hook.f.) Rchb.f. 1878

~Megaclinium scaberulum Rolfe 1888 - See Bulbophyllum scaberulum (Rolfe) Bolus 1889

~Megaclinium seretii De Wild. 1916 - See Bulbophyllum falcatum [Lindley] Rchb.f 1861

~Megaclinium solheidii De Wild. 1916 - See Bulbophyllum falcatum [Lindley] Rchb.f 1861

~Megaclinium strobiliferum (Kraenzl.) Rolfe 1897 - See Bulbophyllum imbricatum Lindl. 1841

~Megaclinium subcoriaceum De Wild. 1921 - See Bulbophyllum maximum (Lindl.) Rchb. f. 1861

~Megaclinium tentaculigerum (Rchb.f.) T.Durand & Schinz 1894 - See Bulbophyllum sandersonii (Hook.f.) Rchb.f. 1878

~Megaclinium ugandae Rolfe 1913 - See Bulbophyllum falcatum [Lindley] Rchb.f 1861

~Megaclinium velutinum Lindl. 1847 - See Bulbophyllum falcatum [Lindley]Rchb.f 1861

~Megaclinium zobiaense De Wild. 1916 - See Bulbophyllum scaberulum (Rolfe) Bolus 1889

`Megalorchis H.Perrier 1936 publ. 1937SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Orchideae, SUBTRIBE Orchidinae

This is a monotypic genus confined to northern Madagascar

Common Name or Meaning The Giant Orchid

Type species = ! = Megalorchis regalis (Schltr.) H.Perrier 1936 publ. 1937

  1. !Megalorchis regalis (Schltr.) H.Perrier 1936 publ. 1937 NO PHOTO

    Part shade Cool Cold Spring

`Megalotus Garay 1972 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aeridinae.

There is a single species in this miniature sized, monopodial genus confined to the Philippines.

Common Name or Meaning The Ear-Like Appendage Orchid [refers to the appendages on the column]

Type Species = ! = Megalotus bifidus (Lindl.) Garay 1972

  1. !Megalotus bifidus (Lindl.) Garay 1972

    Part Shade HotWarm

Megastylis (Schltr.) Schltr. 1911SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Diurideae, SUBTRIBE Thelymitrinae

There are 7 species in this larger, terrestrial to semilithophytic genus occuring in New Caledonia and Vanuatu as a clump forming, evergreen herb with no tuber and an erect, short, unbranched strem carrying 1 to a few, basal, petiolate, ovate-lanceolate, coriaceous, enitr to denticulate margined with black teeth acute leaves that blooms on an erect, terminal, several to many flowered inflorescence.

Synonyms Achlydosa M.A.Clem. & D.L.Jones 2002

Common Name or Meaning The Large Column Orchid

Type Species = ! = Megastylis gigas (Rchb. f.) Schltr. 1911

    ~Megastylis elliptica (R.Br.) Schltr. 1911 - See Rimacola elliptica (R.Br.) Rupp 1942

  1. !Megastylis gigas (Rchb. f.) Schltr. 1911

    EARLY

  2. Megastylis glandulosa (Schltr.) Schltr. 1911

    Full shadeHotSummer THROUGHWinter

  3. Megastylis latissima (Schltr.) Schltr. 1911

    LATER

  4. Megastylis montana (Schltr.) Schltr. 1911

    Fragrancepart shadeWarmcool springsummer

  5. Megastylis paradoxa (Kraenzl.) N.Halle 1977

    LATER

~`Megema Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia Ruiz and Pavon 1794 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Pleurothallidinae

~Megema cerastes (Luer & R.Escobar) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia cerastes Luer & R. Escobar 1978

~Megema corniculata (Rchb.f.) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia corniculata Rchb. f. 1878

~Megema cucullata (Lindl.) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia cucullata Rchb. f. 1846

~Megema delhierroi (Luer & Hirtz) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia delhierroi Luer & Hirtz 1993

~Megema hercules (Luer & Andreetta) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia hercules Luer & Andreetta 1988 [1989]

~Megema macrura (Rchb.f.) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia macrura Rchb.f. 1874

~Megema vidua (Luer & Andreetta) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia vidua Luer & Andreetta 1988/9

`Meiracyllium Rchb.f. 1854 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Laeliinae.

Common Name or Meaning refers to the dimminutive size of the plant

Two small epiphytic or lithophytic plants with a creeping rhizome concealed by scarious sheaths and giving rise to a single leaf are from Guatemala and Mexico, and make up this genus best grown mounted on tree fern. They require shade and ample watering while growing and less after flowering.

Type Species = ! = Meiracyllium trinasutum Rchb.f 1854

    ~Meiracyllium gemma Rchb.f 1878 - See Meiracyllium wendlandii Rchb.f 1866

  1. !Meiracyllium trinasutum Rchb.f 1854

    FragrancePart shadeCoolTo HotSpringand EARLY Summer

  2. Meiracyllium wendlandii Rchb.f 1866

    Part shadeCoolTo HotFall To Spring

    ~Meiracyllium wetsteinii Porsch. 1905 - See Neolauchea pulchella Kraenzl. 1897

~`Meliclis Raf. 1837 - See Coryanthes Hooker 1831 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Gongoreae, SUBTRIBE Stanhopeinae.

~Meliclis speciosa (Hook.) Raf. 1836 - See Coryanthes speciosa Hooker 1831

~Menadena Rafferty 1837 - See Maxillaria Ruiz & Pavon 1794 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae, SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae.

~Menadenium Raf. ex Cogn. 1902 - See Zygosepalum Rchb.f 1859 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae, SUBTRIBE Zygopetalinae.

~Menadenium labiosum (Rich.) Cogn. 1902 - See Zygosepalum labiosum (Rich.) Garay 1967

~Menadenium lindeniae (Rolfe) Cogn. 1902 - See Zygosepalum lindeniae (Rolfe) Garay & Dunst. 1965

~Menadenium rostratum [Hkr.] Raf. 1836 - See Zygosepalum labiosum (Rich.) Garay 1967

~Mendoncella A.D.Hawkes 1964[1963]- See Galeottia A. Rich 1845 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae, SUBTRIBE Zygopetalinae.

This genus has been changed to the name of Galeottia A. Rich which preceded it by 118 years but was thought to be used for a genus in the grass family but that usage was proved to not be validly published so therefore the name Mendocella , introduced by Hawkes in 1963 was invalid as the name Galeottia was published earlier.

~Mendoncella acuminata (C. Schweinf.) Garay 1973 - See Galeottia acuminata (C. Schweinf.) Dressler & Christenson 1988[1989]

~Galeottia antioquiana (Kraenzl.) Dressler & Christenson 1988 publ. 1989 - See Mendoncella antioquiana (Kraenzl.) Garay 1973

~Mendoncella burkei (Rchb.f.) Garay 1973 - See Galeottia burkei (Rchb.f.) Dressler & Christenson 1988 publ. 1989

~Mendoncella ciliata (Lindl.) Garay 1973 - See Galeottia ciliata (Morel) Dressler & Christenson 1989

~*Mendoncella colombiana Garay 1973 - See Galeottia colombiana (Garay) Dressler & Christenson 1989

~Mendoncella fimbriata (L. Linden & Rchb. f.) Garay 1969 - See Galeottia fimbriata L. Linden & Rchb. f. 1854

~Mendoncella grandiflora Hawkes 1969 - See Galeottia grandiflora A. Rich. 1845

~Mendoncella jorisiana (Rolfe) A.D. Hawkes 1963 - See Galeottia jorisiana (Rolfe) Schltr. 1919

~Mendoncella marginata (Garay) Garay 1973 - See Galeottia marginata (Garay) Dressler & Christenson 1967

~Mendoncella negrensis (Schltr.) A.D. Hawkes 1963 - See Galeottia negrensis Schltr. 1925

~`Menephora Raf. 1836[1838] - See Paphiopedilum Pfitz. 1886 SUBFAMILY Cypripedioideae.

~Menephora bicolor Raf. 1836 - Paphiopedilum purpuratum [Lindley] Stein 1894

~`Menezesiella Chiron & V.P. Castro - See Oncidium Sw. 1800 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae.

~Menezesiella hookeri (Rolfe) V.P. Castro & Chiron 2006 - See Oncidium hookeri Rolfe 1887

~Menezesiella loefgrenii (Cogn.) V.P. Castro & Chiron 2006 - See Oncidium loefgrenii Cogn. 1905

~Menezesiella ranifera (Lindl.) Chiron & V.P. Castro 2006 - See Oncidium raniferum Lindl. 1837

Mesadenella Pabst & Garay 1953 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Cranichideae SUBTRIBE Spiranthinae

There are seven species in this terrestrial genus confined to Central and South America characterized by a basal rosette of leaves a terminal inflorescence, resupinate flowers, the dorsal sepal and petals attached at the base of the column, free sepals, lateralsepals form an obvoius mentum, an unguiculate lip, sagittate basally, an elongate column with a short oblique base not forming an ovarian spur and a vertical, hard, acute almost terte rostellum and 4 soft pollina.

Common Name or Meaning The Little Middle Gland Orchid

Type Species = ! = Mesadenella cuspidata ( Lindl. ) Garay 1978

Synonyms Stenorrhynchos sect. Mesadenella ( Pabst & Garay ) P.Balogh 1982

  1. Mesadenella atroviridis (Barb.Rodr.) Garay 1980 publ. 1982

    Part Shade WarmCool <img src=

  2. !Mesadenella cuspidata ( Lindl. ) Garay 1978

    Full ShadeWarmCoolFall

    ~Mesadenella esmeraldae (Linden & Rchb.f.) Pabst & Garay 1953 - See Mesadenella cuspidata ( Lindl. ) Garay 1978

    ~Mesadenella margaritifera (Linden & Rchb.f.) Garay 1980 publ. 1982 - See Mesadenella cuspidata ( Lindl. ) Garay 1978

    ~Mesadenella petenensis (L.O.Williams) Garay 1980 publ. 1982 - See Mesadenella tonduzii (Schltr.) Pabst & Garay 1953

  3. Mesadenella tonduzii (Schltr.) Pabst & Garay 1953

Mesadenus Schltr. 1920 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Cranichideae SUBTRIBE Spiranthinae

There are 6 species in this deciduous leafed terrestrial occuring in Florida, the carribean and northern Central America.

Common Name or Meaning The Middle Gland Orchid

Type Species = ! = Mesadenus polyanthus (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1920

    ~Mesadenus galeottianus (A.Rich.) Schltr. 1920 - See Mesadenus polyanthus (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1920

  1. Mesadenus glaziovii (Cogn.) Schltr. 1920

  2. Mesadenus lucayanus (Britton) Schltr. 1920

    Full shadeHotTo CoolLATEWinter Spring

    ~ Mesadenus minutiflorus (A.Rich. & Galeotti) Schltr. 1920 - See Microthelys minutiflora (A.Rich. & Galeotti) Garay 1980 publ. 1982

  3. !Mesadenus polyanthus (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1920

    to LATE

    ~Mesadenus stahlii (Cogn.) Garay 1980 publ. 1982 - See Mesadenus lucayanus (Britton) Schltr. 1920

~Mesicera Raf. 1825- See Habenaria Willd. 1805 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Orchideae, SUBTRIBE Orchidinae.

~Mesicera michauxii (Nutt.) Raf. 1837 - See Habenaria quinqueseta (Michx.) Eaton 1829

~Mesicera quinqueseta (Michx.) Raf. 1825 - See Habenaria quinqueseta (Michx.) Eaton 1829

~Mesicera repens (Nutt.) Raf. 1836 - See Habenaria repens Nutt. 1818

~Mesoclastes Lindley 1830 - See Papilionanthe Schlechter 1915 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aeridinae.

*Mesoclastes brachystachys Lindl. 1830 - See Luisia brachystachys (Lindl.) Blume 1849

~Mesoclastes uniflora Lindl. 1922 - See Papilionanthe uniflora (Lindl.) Garay

~Mesodactylis Wall. 1830 - See Apostasia Blume 1825 SUBFAMILY Apostasoioideae

~Mesodactylis deflexa Wall. 1830 - See Apostasia wallichii

~Mesodactylis wallichii (R.Br.) Endl. 1837 - See Apostasia wallichii

`Mesoglossum Halbinger 1982 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae.

Common Name or Meaning refers tothe fact that this genus is intermediary between Odontoglossum and Lemboglossum

Type Species = Odontoglossum londesboroughianum Rchb.f 1876 = ! = Mesoglossum londesboroughianum (Rchb. f.) Halb. 1982

  1. !Mesoglossum londesboroughianum (Rchb. f.) Halb. 1982

    Full sunCoolTo WarmFall

~Mesoptera loeselii (L.) Raf. 1833 - See Liparis L.C.Rich 1817 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Malaxideae SUBTRIBE Malaxidinae.

~Mesoptera liliifolia (L.) Raf. 1833 - See Liparis liliifolia (L.) Rich. ex Lindl. 1825

~Mesoptera loeselii (L.) Raf. 1833 - See Liparis loeselii (Linne) L.C.M. Richard 1817

Mesospinidium Rchb.f 1852 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae.

The 7 orchids in this genus are epiphytes with flattened pseudobulbs carrying one or two leaves at the apex, and bloom on a lateral, paniculate inflorescence with several to many, small flowers with fleshy petals and sepals, the bottom of the lateral sepals are united and attached to the tip of the column foot, and the petals are attached to the side of it, the colum foot gives rise to the short lip containing a fleshy callus with longitudinal keels with a hairy area in between. The column is short, fleshy, side winged and deeply concave ventrally, carring at the apex 2 pollina that have both a stipe and a viscidium.

Common Name or Meaning Refers to the pointed end of the anther which seems to be a bird's head

Type Species = ! = Mesospinidium warscewiczii Rchb. f. 1852

    ~Mesospinidium aurantiacum (Lindl.) Rchb. f. 1864 - See Ada aurantiaca Lindl. 1853-4

    ~Mesospinidium cinnabarinum (Linden ex Lindl.) Rchb. f. 1864 - See Ada aurantiaca Lindl. 1853-4

    ~*Mesospinidium cochliodum Rchb.f - See Symphyglossum sanguineum [Rchb.f]Schlechter 1919

    ~Mesospinidium densiflorum (Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1872 - See Cochlioda noezliana (Mast. ex L. Linden) Rolfe 1891

    ~Mesospinidium elegantulum (Rchb. f.) Garay 1969 - See Ada euodes (Rchb. f.) D.E. Benn. & Christenson 1998

    ~Mesospinidium endresii (Kraenzl.) Garay ex H.R.Sweet 1973 - See Mesospinidium warscewiczii Rchb. f. 1852

  1. Mesospinidium horichii I.Bock 1991

    Full Shade Hot Warm Fall

  2. Mesospinidium incantans Rchb. f. 1880

    Part sunHotTo Warm LATE Winterand Spring

    ~*Mesospinidium jucundum Rchb.f. 1876 - See Gomesa jucunda (Rchb.f.) M.W.Chase & N.H.Williams 2009

    ~Mesospinidium leochilinum (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1923 - See Goniochilus leochilinus (Rchb.f.) M.W.Chase 1987

  3. Mesospinidium panamense Garay 1973

    Full Shade Hot Fall

  4. Mesospinidium peruvianum Garay 1973

    ~Mesospinidium radiatum (Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1864 - See Caucaea radiata (Lindl.) Mansf. 1934

    ~Mesospinidium roseum (Lindl.) Rchb. f. 1872 - See Cochlioda rosea (Lindl.) Benth. 1881

    ~Mesospinidium sanguineum Rchb. f. 1919 - See Symphyglossum sanguineum [Rchb.f]Schlechter 1919

    ~*Mesospinidium vulcanicum Rchb. f. - See Cochlioda vulcanica (Rchb. f.) Benth. & Hook. f. ex B.D. Jacks. 1893

    ~Mesospinidium wallisii Rchb. f. 1876 - See Cyrtochilum gracile (Lindl.) Kraenzl. 1917

  5. !Mesospinidium warscewiczii Rchb. f. 1852

    Part sunCoolTo WarmLATE Fall

~`Metachilum Lindley 1830 - See Appendicula Blume 1825 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Podochileae. SUBTRIBE Podochilinae.

~Metachilum cyathiforme Lindl. 1830 - See Appendicula anceps Blume 1825

`Mexicoa Garay 1974 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae.

This is a monotypic epiphytic genus that is found in Mexico and it was formed by being removed from Oncidium by Garay in 1974 where it differs in it's floral properties.

Common Name or Meaning Refers to the fact that this genus is found only in Mexico

Type Species = ! = Oncidium ghiesbreghtianum A. Rich. & Galeotti 1974

  1. !Mexicoa ghiesbreghtiana (A. Rich. & Galeotti) Garay 1974

    Part shadeColdTo WarmSpring To Fall

`Mexipedium V.A. Albert & M.W. Chase 1992 SUBFAMILY Cypripediodeae

This is a monotypic genus removed from Cypripedium because of the fleshy, coriaceous leaves, the very small flowers and the unilocular ovary, branched inflorescence, valvate sepal aesitvation and inflated lip.

Common Name or Meaning Mexican Slipper Orchid

Type Species = ! = Mexipedium xerophyticum (Soto Arenas, Salazar & Hágsater) V.A. Albert & M.W. Chase 1992

  1. !Mexipedium xerophyticum (Soto Arenas, Salazar & Hágsater) V.A. Albert & M.W. Chase 1992

    Part shadeHotTo WarmFall

Microchilus C.Presl 1827 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Cranichideae SUBTRIBE Goodyerinae

This genus and Platythelys were formed to contain all the new world specimens of the panglobal Erythrodes [now reduced to only the Asian species] and as such the new world Microchilus have about 135 terrestrial species that can be from Mexico to Argentina. Characterized by the decumbent rhizome becoming ascending into tan erect stem carrying in an ascending spiral or more resembling rosettes of several, petiolate, plain to mottled to variegated leaves taht blooms on an erect, successively few to many flowered inflorescence with the flowers in the upper third or less.

  1. Microchilus anchoriferus (Schltr.) Ormerod 2002

    through

  2. Microchilus arietinus (Rchb.f. & Warm.) Ormerod 2002

    LATEREARLY

    ~Microchilus bifalcis (Lindl.) D.Dietr. 1852 - See Ligeophila rosea (Lindl.) Garay 1977

  3. Microchilus bimentatus (Dressler) Ormerod 2004

    ~Microchilus blumei (Lindl.) D.Dietr. 1852 - See Erythrodes blumei (Lindl.) Schltr. 1905

  4. Microchilus calophyllus (Rchb.f.) Ormerod 2002

    Deep shadeHotFall Winter

    ~Microchilus debilis (Lindl.) D.Dietr. 1852 - See Platythelys debilis (Lindl.) Garay 1977

    ~Microchilus densiflorus (Lindl.) D.Dietr. 1852 - See Aspidogyne foliosa (Poepp. & Endl.) Garay 1977

  5. Microchilus ecuadorensis (Garay) Ormerod 2002

  6. Microchilus epiphyticus (Dressler) Ormerod 2002

  7. Microchilus erythrodoides (Schltr.) Ormerod 2002

    LATE

    ~Microchilus erythrodoides subsp. venadosae Ormerod 2008 - See Microchilus erythrodoides (Schltr.) Ormerod 2002

    ~Microchilus foliosus (Poepp. & Endl.) D.Dietr. 1852 - See Aspidogyne foliosa (Poepp. & Endl.) Garay 1977

  8. Microchilus hirtellus (Sw.) D.Dietr. 1852

    ~Microchilus killipii (Ames) Ormerod 2002 - See Microchilus nigrescens (Schltr.) Ormerod 2002

    ~Microchilus marmoratus (C.Schweinf.) Ormerod 2004 - See Microchilus anchoriferus (Schltr.) Ormerod 2002

  9. Microchilus nigrescens (Schltr.) Ormerod 2002

    Deep shadeWarm CoolLATEWinterEARLYSpring

  10. Microchilus paleaceus (Schltr.) Ormerod 2002

    Deep ShadeWarmCoolSpring

    ~Microchilus pictus (Lindl.) D.Dietr. 1852 - See Aspidogyne argentea (Vell.) Garay 1977

  11. Microchilus plantagineus (L.) D.Dietr 1852

    Part sun Cool fall spring

  12. Microchilus preslii Ormerod 2002

    LATER EARLY

    ~Microchilus querceticolus (Lindl.) D.Dietr. 1852 - See Platythelys querceticola (Lindl.) Garay 1977

    ~Microchilus roseus (Lindl.) D.Dietr. 1852 - See Ligeophila rosea (Lindl.) Garay 1977

  13. Microchilus sparreorum (Garay) Ormerod 2002

    EARLY

  14. Microchilus tridax (Rchb.f.) Ormerod 2002

    LATE EARLY

  15. Microchilus vesicifer (Rchb.f.) Ormerod 2002

  16. Microchilus weberianus (Garay) Ormerod 2002

  17. Microchilus xystophyllus (Rchb.f.) Ormerod 2002

Microcoelia Lindl. 1830 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aerangidinae

There are 31 species in this leafless epiphytic or occassionally lithophytic genera found in Madagascar and tropical Africa. This leafless genus must be mounted on smooth wood, so the photosynthetic roots can recieve sun or it will starve to death. They need regular year round watering and fertilizer, bright sun and humid surroundings to bloom and be happy.

Common Name or Meaning refers to the sphere-like spur

Synonyms Dicranotaenia Finet 1907; Encheiridion Summerhayes 1943; Gussonea A. Rich. 1828; `Gussonia Spreng. 1820[1821]

Type Species = ! = Microcoelia exilis Lindley 1830

    ~Microcoelia aphylla (Thouars) Summerh. 1936 - See Solenangis aphylla (Thouars) Summerh. 1943

  1. Microcoelia aurantiaca (Schltr.) Summerh. 1943

    ~Microcoelia bieleri (De Wild.) Summerh. 1943 - See Microcoelia caespitosa (Rolfe) Summerh. 1936

  2. Microcoelia bispiculata L.Jonss. 1981

    Part shadeHotSummer

  3. Microcoelia bulbocalcarata L.Jonss. 1981

    Part shadeCool

  4. Microcoelia caespitosa (Rolfe) Summerh. 1936

    Fragrance Part shadeHotwarmSpringFall

    ~Microcoelia conica (Schltr.) Summerh. 1943 - See Solenangis conica (Schltr.) L.Jonss. 1979

  5. Microcoelia corallina Summerh. 1945

    Part shadeHot Spring

  6. Microcoelia cornuta (Ridl.) Carlsward 2006

    Part Sun Hot toWarm Spring

    ~Microcoelia deflexicalcarata (De Wild.) Summerh. 1943 - See Chauliodon deflexicalcaratum (De Wild.) L.Jonss.1979

    ~Microcoelia ericosma Summerh. 1945 - See Microcoelia stolzii (Schltr.) Summerh. 1943

  7. !Microcoelia exilis Lindl. 1830

    Part sunHot To CoolLATE Fall TO Spring

    ~Microcoelia friesii (Schltr.) Summerh.1939 - See Microcoelia koehleri (Schltr.) Summerh 1943

  8. Microcoelia gilpinae (Rchb.f. & S.Moore) Summerh. 1943

    Part sunHotCoolSpringSummer

  9. Microcoelia globulosa (Hochst. ex A. Rich.) L. Jonsson 1981

    FragrancePart shadeHotTo WarmWinter To EARLY Spring

    ~Microcoelia guyoniana (Rchb. f.) Summerh. 1943 - See Microcoelia globulosa (Hochst. ex A. Rich.) L. Jonsson 1981

  10. Microcoelia hirschbergii Summerh. 1943

    Part shadeHot WarmSpring

  11. Microcoelia koehleri (Schltr.) Summerh 1943

    FragrancePart SunWarm Spring Fall

  12. Microcoelia konduensis (De Wild.) Summerh. 1943

    Fragrance Part ShadeHot Spring Fall

  13. Microcoelia macrantha (H.Perrier) Summerh. 1943

    Part shadeHotWarmLATESpring THROUGH Fall

  14. Microcoelia macrorhynchia (Schltr.) Summerh. 1936

    Part shadeWarmSummer

  15. Microcoelia megalorrhiza (Rchb.f.) Summerh. 1943

    Part Sun Hot Winter

    ~Microcoelia melinantha (Schltr.) Summerh. 1943 - See Microcoelia gilpinae (Rchb. f. & S. Moore) Summerh. 1943

  16. Microcoelia microglossa Summerh. 1936

    Part shadeHotWarmFallWinter

    ~Microcoelia micropetala (Schltr.) Summerh. 1943 - See Microcoelia caespitosa (Rolfe) Summerh. 1936

  17. Microcoelia moreauae L.Jonss. 1981

    Part shade WarmCoolEarlySpring

  18. Microcoelia obovata Summerh. 1945

    Part Sun Hot WarmSpring THROUGHSummer

  19. Microcoelia ornithocephala P.J.Cribb 1985

    Part shadeHotWarm LATE Spring

  20. Microcoelia perrieri (Finet) Summerh. 1943

    Deep shade HotFallTHROUGHSpring

  21. Microcoelia physophora (Rchb.f.) Summerh. 1943

    Part shadeHot Fall EARLYWinter

  22. Microcoelia smithii (Rolfe) Summerh. 1943

    Part shadeHot Spring

  23. Microcoelia stolzii (Schltr.) Summerh. 1943

    Fragrance Part Shade Hot CoolLATESpring

~`Microepidendrum Brieger ex W.E.Higgins 2002 - See Encyclia Hooker 1828 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Laeliinae.

~Microepidendrum miserrimum Brieger 2002 - See Epidendrum miserrimum Rchb.f. 1855

~Microepidendrum subulatifolium (A.Rich. & Galeotti) W.E.Higgins 2002 - See Encyclia subulatifolia (A. Rich. & Galeotti) Dressler 1961

~Microepidendrum Brieger 1977 - See Encyclia Hooker 1828 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Laeliinae.

~Microepidendrum selaginella (Schltr.) Brieger 1977 - See Epidendrum selaginella Schltr. 1906

~Microepidendrum subulatifolium (A. Rich. & Galeotti) Brieger 1977 - See Encyclia subulatifolia (A. Rich. & Galeotti) Dressler 1961

~Microepidendrum subulatifolium (A.Rich. & Galeotti) W.E.Higgins 2002 - See Encyclia subulatifolia (A. Rich. & Galeotti) Dressler 1961

~`Microholmesia P.J.Cribb 1987 - See Angraecopsis Kraenzel 1900 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Angraecinae

~Microholmesia parva (P.J.Cribb) P.J.Cribb 1987 - See Angraecopsis parva (P.J.Cribb) P.J.Cribb 1989

~`Microlaelia (Schltr.) Chiron & V.P.Castro 2002 See - Laelia Lindley 1831 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Laeliinae.

~Microlaelia lundii (Rchb.f. & Warm.) Chiron & V.P.Castro 2002 - See Laelia lundii Rchb. f. 1881

Micropera Lindley 1832 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aeridinae.

There are 15 epiphytic species spread from Northeastern India to Australia and the Philippines that mostly occur in wet forests at low to moderate elevations and require regular waterings and fertilizer throughout the year and if treated as Vandas will respond positively. They are most often large scrambling epiphytes with narrow leaves and an inflorescence that always has a 90 degree turn pointing the rachis either straight up or down. The flowers are small, non-resupinate and fleshy and have lateral sepals that are connate for a short distance from the base and a saccate, 3 lobed, lip with a short mid lobe, a saccate spur with a back wall callus, a variable column witha foot, an elongate, slendre, twisted unilaterally rostellum with linear stipes a small ovate viscidium and 4 pollina in 2 unequal masses.

Common Name or Meaning refers to the small pocket on the lip

Synonyms Camarotis Lindley 1833

Type Species = ! = Micropera pallida (Roxb.) Lindley 1832

    ~Micropera apiculata (Rchb. f.) Garay 1972 - See Micropera pallida [Roxb]Lindley 1833

  1. Micropera callosa (Blume) Garay 1972

    FragrancePart sunWarmTo HotSpringSummer and Fall

  2. Micropera fasciculata (Lindl.) Garay 1972

    Fragrance Part Sun Hot Warm Fall

  3. Micropera fuscolutea (Lindl.) Garay 1972

  4. Micropera mannii (Hook.f.) Tang & F.T.Wang 1951

    Part Shade Hot Warm LATE Spring EARLY Summer

  5. Micropera obtusa (Lindl.) T. Tang & F.T. Wang 1951

    Part Shade Hot Fall

  6. !Micropera pallida (Roxb.)Lindley 1832

    Part sunWarmTo HotSpring

    ~Micropera pallida Wall. 1833 - See Cleisostoma subulatum Blume 1825

  7. Micropera philippinensis (Lindl.) Garay 1972

    Part Sun HotFall EARLYWinter

  8. Micropera poilanei (Guillaumin) Garay 1972

    LATE EARLY

  9. Micropera proboscidea (J.J.Sm.) Garay 1972

    ~Micropera purpurea (Lindl.) Pradhan 1979 - See Micropera rostrata (Roxb.) N.P.Balakr. 1970

  10. Micropera rostrata (Roxb.) N.P.Balakr. 1970

    Fragrance Part sunHotTo Warm Spring EARLYSummer

  11. Micropera sheryliae P.O'Byrne & J.J.Verm. 2002

    Part sun Warm CoolSummer

  12. Micropera species

  13. Micropera sterrophylla (Schltr.) Garay 1972

    Part sun HotWarmWinter Spring

  14. Micropera thailandica (Seidenf. & Smitinand) Garay 1972

    Part Sun HotWarm

  15. Micropera utriculosa (Ames) Garay 1972

    Part Sun Hot Warm Summer

    ~*Micropera viridiflora Dalzell 1851 - See Smithsonia viridiflora (Dalzell) C.J.Saldanha 1974

~`Micropera Dalzell 1851 - See Smithsonia C.J.Saldanha 1974 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aeridinae.

~*Micropera maculata Dalzell 1851 - See Smithsonia maculata (Dalzell) C.J.Saldanha 1974

Microsaccus Blume 1825 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aeridinae

There are Twelve species in this monopodial genus with thin, branching, laterally flattened, close set stems carrying 2 ranked, fleshy, leaves that bloom on very short, 2 flowered inflorescence with mainly white, lip with large spur and no appendages flowers with a short apodal column and carries 4 pollina.

Common Name or Meaning refers to the Small, Sack-Like Lip

Type Species = ! = Microsaccus javensis Blume 1825

  1. Microsaccus affinis J.J.Sm. 1918

  2. Microsaccus ampullaceus J.J.Sm. 1922

    Full shade Warm Fall

    ~Microsaccus brevifolius J.J.Sm 1906 - See Microsaccus griffithii (Parish ex Rchb. f.) Seidenf. 1988

  3. Microsaccus canaliculatus J.J.Sm. 1920

    Full Shade Hot Warm

  4. Microsaccus griffithii (Parish ex Rchb. f.) Seidenf. 1988

    Part shadeCoolTo WarmSummerFallSummerFall

  5. !Microsaccus javensis Blume 1825

  6. Microsaccus sumatranus J.J.Sm. 1917

    Full shade Warm Spring

  7. Microsaccus truncatus Carr 1932

    Full ShadeHot Summer

    ~Microsaccus virens (Blume) Hook.f. 1890 - See Adenoncos virens Blume 1825

  8. Microsaccus wenzelii Ames 1915

    Full shade

~Microstylis Nutt. 1822 - See Malaxis Sw. 1788 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Malaxideae, SUBTRIBE Malaxidinae.

~Microstylis acuminata Ridl. 1916 - See Malaxis acuminata D. Don 1825

~*Microstylis amplectens J.J.Sm. 1903 - See Malaxis amplectens (J.J.Sm.) Ames & C.Schweinf. 1920

~*Microstylis amplexicaulis F.M. Bailey 1891 - Acianthus amplexicaulis (F.M. Bailey) Rolfe 1904

~Microstylis andamanica King & Pantl. 1897 - See Malaxis biaurita (Lindl.) Kuntze 1891

~*Microstylis andicola Ridl. 1888 - See Malaxis andicola (Ridl.) Kuntze 1891

~Microstylis arisanensis Hayata 1916 - See Malaxis monophyllos (Pav ex Lindl.) Swartz 1800

~*Microstylis bahanensis Hand.-Mazz. 1936 - See Malaxis bahanensis (Hand.-Mazz.) Tang & F.T.Wang 1951

~Microstylis bernaysii F.Muell. 1878 - See Malaxis ophrydis (J.König) Ormerod 1995

~*Microstylis biaurita Lindl. 1830 - See Malaxis biaurita (Lindl.) Kuntze 1891

~Microstylis biloba Lindl. 1830 - See Malaxis acuminata D. Don 1825

~Microstylis blephariglottis Schltr. 1913 - See Crossoglossa blephariglottis (Schltr.) Dressler ex Dodson 15 Nov. 1993

~Microstylis brachypoda A.Gray 1836 - See Malaxis monophyllos (Linne) Swartz 1800

~*Microstylis brachyrrhynchos Rchb.f. 1888 - See Malaxis brachyrrhynchos (Rchb.f.) Ames 1922

~Microstylis brenesii Schltr 1923 - See Malaxis histionantha (Link) Garay & Dunst. 1976

~Microstylis brevicaulis Schltr. 1919 - See Malaxis biaurita (Lindl.) Kuntze 1891

~*Microstylis calophylla Rchb. f. 1879 - See Malaxis calophylla (Rchb. f.) Kuntze 1891

~Microstylis calycina (Lindl.) Ridl. 1888- See Malaxis carnosa (Kunth) C.Schweinf. 1941

~Microstylis caracasana Klotzsch ex Ridl. 1888 - See Malaxis excavata Kuntze 1891

~Microstylis carinata (Rchb.f.) Rchb.f. 1861 - See Malaxis acuminata D. Don 1825

~*Microstylis carinatifolia J.J.Sm. 1912 - See Malaxis carinatifolia (J.J.Sm.) P.F.Hunt 1970

~Microstylis carnosula Rolfe ex Downie 1925 - See Malaxis ophrydis (J.König) Ormerod 1995

~Microstylis carpinterae Schltr. 1918 - See Malaxis excavata Kuntze 1891

~*Microstylis chamaeorchis Schltr.1911 - See Malaxis chamaeorchis (Schltr.) Seidenf. 1970

~*Microstylis chlorophrys Rchb.f. 1881 - See Malaxis chlorophrys (Rchb.f.) Kuntze 1891

~*Microstylis commelinifolia Zoll. & Moritzi 1844 - See Malaxis commelinifolia (Zoll. & Moritzi) Kuntze 1891

~Microstylis confusa Cogn. 1909 - See Malaxis spicata Sw.1788

~Microstylis congesta Rchb. f. 1861 - See Malaxis ophrydis (J.König) Ormerod 1995

~ *Microstylis cupuliflora J.J.Sm. 1918 - See Malaxis cupuliflora (J.J.Sm.) S.Thomas, Schuit. & de Vogel 2002

~Microstylis cylindrostachya (Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1861 - See Malaxis cylindrostachya (Lindl.) Kuntze 1891

~Microstylis dalatensis Guillaumin 1955 - See Malaxis ophrydis (J.König) Ormerod 1995

~*Microstylis damusica J.J.Sm. 1909 - See Malaxis damusica (J.J.Sm.) Ames 1921

~*Microstylis decumbens Schltr. 1911 - See Malaxis decumbens (Schltr.) P.F.Hunt 1970

~Microstylis diphylla [Cham] Lindl. 1830 - See Malaxis monophyllos (Linne) Swartz 1800

~*Microstylis discolor Lindl. 1830 - See Malaxis discolor (Lindl.) Kuntze 1891

~ Microstylis disepala Rchb.f. 1854 - See Malaxis parthoni C.Morren 1839

~Microstylis elegans Ridl. 1896 - See Malaxis elegans (Ridl.) Ames 1921

~*Microstylis excavata Lindl. 1838 - See Malaxis excavata Kuntze 1891

~*Microstylis fastigiata Rchb.f. 1850 - See Malaxis fastigiata (Rchb.f.) Kuntze 1891

~Microstylis finetii Gagnep 1932 - See Malaxis finetii (Gagnep.) Tang & F.T.Wang 1951

~Microstylis flavoviridis Ridl. 1912 - See Malaxis micrantha (Hook.f.) Kuntze 1891

~Microstylis floridana Chapm. 1860 - See Malaxis spicata Sw.1788

*Microstylis furcata Hook.f. 1889 - See

~Microstylis fusca (Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1861 - See Malaxis ophrydis (J.König) Ormerod 1995

~Microstylis gracilis Ridl. 1888- See Malaxis carnosa (Kunth) C.Schweinf. 1941

~*Microstylis grandiflora J.J.Sm. 1917 - See Malaxis grandiflora (J.J.Sm.) P.F.Hunt 1970

~Microstylis guatemalensis Schltr.1925 - See Malaxis aurea Ames 1923

~Microstylis hastilabia Rchb. f. 1866 - See Malaxis excavata Kuntze 1891

~ *Microstylis histionantha Link .1840 - See Malaxis histionantha (Link) Garay & Dunst. 1976

~Microstylis humilis Cogn. 1906 - See Hormidium pygmaeum (Hook.) Benth. & Hook. f. ex Hemsl. 1881

~Microstylis integra Fawc. & Rendle 1909 - See Malaxis spicata Sw.1788

~Microstylis iriomotensis Masam. 1934 - See Malaxis bancanoides Ames 1908

~Microstylis ishigakensis Ohwi 1937 - See Malaxis ophrydis (J.König) Ormerod 1995

~*Microstylis japonica Miq. 1866 - See Liparis japonica (Miq.) Maxim. 1887

~ *Microstylis javesiae Rchb.f. 1888 - See Malaxis javesiae (Rchb.f.) Ames 1922

~*Microstylis josephiana Rchb.f. 1878 - See Malaxis josephiana (Rchb.f.) Kuntze 1891

~ *Microstylis junghuhnii J.J.Sm. 1905 - See Malaxis junghuhnii (J.J.Sm.) Ames 1915

~*Microstylis khasiana Hook.f. 1888 - See Malaxis khasiana (Hook.f.) Kuntze 1891

~*Microstylis kinabaluensis Rolfe 1914 - See Malaxis kinabaluensis (Rolfe) Ames & C.Schweinf. 1920

~Microstylis kizanensis Masam. 1933 - See Malaxis ophrydis (J.König) Ormerod 1995

~Microstylis latifolia [Sm.] J.J. Sm. 1905 - See Malaxis ophrydis (J.König) Ormerod 1995

~*Microstylis lepidota Finet 1907 - See Malaxis lepidota (Finet) Ames 1922

~Microstylis linguella Rchb.f. 1888 - See Malaxis fastigiata (Rchb.f.) Kuntze 1891

~ Microstylis longisepala Ridl. 1888 - See Malaxis fastigiata (Rchb.f.) Kuntze 1891

~*Microstylis lowi E. Morren 1884 - See Malaxis lowii (E.Morren) Ames 1921

~*Microstylis maclaudii Finet 1907 - See Malaxis maclaudii (Finet) Summerh. 1934

~*Microstylis macrochila Rolfe 1895 - See Malaxis macrochila (Rolfe) Holttum 1947

~*Microstylis maculata Ridl. 1896 - See Malaxis maculata (Ridl.) Ames 1921

~*Microstylis major Rchb.f. 1888 - See Malaxis major (Rchb.f.) León ex A.D.Hawkes 1950

~*Microstylis massonii Ridl.1888 - See Malaxis massonii (Ridl.) Kuntze 1891

~*Microstylis matsudae Yamam. 1926 - See Malaxis matsudae (Yamam.) Hatus. ex Nakaj. 1972

~*Microstylis metallica Rchb.f. 1879 - See Malaxis metallica (Rchb.f.) Kuntze 1891

~*Microstylis micrantha Hook.f. 1889 - See Malaxis micrantha (Hook.f.) Kuntze 1891

~Microstylis microtatantha Schltr. 1919 - See Malaxis microtatantha Tang & F.T.Wang 1951

~Microstylis microtoides Schltr. 1918- See Malaxis carnosa (Kunth) C.Schweinf. 1941

~ Microstylis minutiflora Rolfe 1908 - See Malaxis microtatantha Tang & F.T.Wang 1951

~Microstylis miyakei Schltr 1911 - See Malaxis bancanoides Ames 1908

~Microstylis monophyllos (Linne) Lindley 1830 - See Malaxis monophyllos (Linne) Swartz 1800

~Microstylis monophyllos subsp. brachypoda (A.Gray) Szlach. & Marg. 2006 - See Malaxis monophyllos (Linne) Swartz 1800

~Microstylis monticola Schltr. 1906 - See Malaxis carnosa (Kunth) C.Schweinf. 1941

~Microstylis muelleri Schltr. 1921 - See Malaxis excavata Kuntze 1891

~Microstylis muscifera (Lindl.) Ridl. 1888 - See Malaxis muscifera (Lindl.) Kuntze 1891 - See

~*Microstylis nemoralis Ridl. 1910 - See Malaxis nemoralis (Ridl.) Holttum 1947

~*Microstylis obovata J.J.Sm. 1903 - See Malaxis obovata (J.J.Sm.) Ames & C.Schweinf. 1920

~Microstylis ophioglossoides (Muhl. ex Willd.) Nutt. ex Eaton 1822 - See Malaxis unifolia Michx. 1803

~*Microstylis orbicularis W.W. Sm. & Jeffrey 1916 - See Malaxis orbicularis (W.W. Sm. & Jeffrey) T. Tang & F.T. Wang 1951

~Microstylis ottonis Schltr. 1922 - See Malaxis excavata Kuntze 1891

~*Microstylis ovalisepala J.J.Sm. 1928 - See Malaxis ovalisepala (J.J.Sm.) Seidenf. 1978

~Microstylis ovatilabia Schltr. 1920 - See Malaxis parthoni C.Morren 1839

~Microstylis paranaensis Schltr. 1920 - See Malaxis excavata Kuntze 1891

~ Microstylis parthoni (C.Morren) Rchb.f. 1861 - See Malaxis parthoni C.Morren 1839

~Microstylis parthoni var. denticulata Rchb.f. 1866 - See Malaxis wercklei (Schltr.) Ames 1922

~*Microstylis parvula Hook.f. 1890 - See Liparis parvula (Hook.f.) Ridl.1896

~*Microstylis perakensis Ridl. 1896 - See Malaxis perakensis (Ridl.) Holttum 1947

~Microstylis pierrei Finet 1907 - See Malaxis acuminata D. Don 1825

~*Microstylis pichinchae Schltr. 1915 - See Crossoglossa pichinchae (Schltr.) Dodson 1993

~Microstylis pittieri Schltr. 1913 - See Malaxis pittieri (Schltr.) Ames 1922

~*Microstylis polyodon Hook.f. 1890 - See Malaxis polyodon (Hook.f.) Kuntze 1891

~Microstylis polyphylla Ridl. 1888 - See Malaxis taurina (Rchb.f.) Kuntze 1891

~*Microstylis prasina Ridl. 1896 - See Malaxis prasina (Ridl.) Seidenf. & Smitinand 1959

~Microstylis procera Kraenzl. 1929 - See Malaxis taurina (Rchb.f.) Kuntze 1891

~Microstylis pusilla Rolfe 1911 - See Malaxis microtatantha Tang & F.T.Wang 1951

~Microstylis quadrangularis Cogn. 1906 - See Malaxis excavata Kuntze 1891

~Microstylis radicicola Rolfe 1921 - See Malaxis tetraloba (Schltr.) Kores 1989

~Microstylis reniloba Carr 1932 - See Malaxis prasina (Ridl.) Seidenf. & Smitinand 1959

~Microstylis resupinata (G.Forst.) Drake 1892 - See Malaxis resupinata (G.Forst.) Kuntze 1891

~Microstylis rheedei (Sw.) Lindl. 1830 - See Malaxis resupinata (G.Forst.) Kuntze 1891

~*Microstylis ridleyi J.J.Sm.1907 - See Malaxis ridleyi (J.J.Sm.) Bakh.f. 1963

~Microstylis roohutuensis Fukuy. 1932 - See Malaxis bancanoides Ames 1908

~Microstylis rotundata Ridl. 1888 - See Malaxis major (Rchb.f.) León ex A.D.Hawkes 1950

~ *Microstylis sagittata J.J.Sm. 1903 - See Malaxis sagittata (J.J.Sm.) Ames 1920

~Microstylis scottii Hook. f. 1890 - See Malaxis calophylla (Rchb. f.) Kuntze 1891

~Microstylis sertulifera (Barb.Rodr.) Schltr. 1925 - See Malaxis excavata Kuntze 1891

~*Microstylis siamensis Rolfe ex Downie 1925 - Malaxis siamensis (Rolfe ex Downie) Seidenf. & Smitin. 1959

~*Microstylis simillima Rchb.f. 1866 - See Malaxis simillima (Rchb.f.) Kuntze 1891

~ *Microstylis soleiformis J.J.Sm. 1907 - See Malaxis soleiformis (J.J.Sm.) Bakh.f. 1963

~Microstylis spicata Lindl.1830 - See Malaxis spicata Sw.1788

~Microstylis spiralipetala Cogn. 1906 publ. 1907 - See Malaxis excavata Kuntze 1891

~*Microstylis stelidostachya Rchb.f. 1881 - See Orestias stelidostachya (Rchb.f.) Summerh.1937

~Microstylis sutepensis Rolfe ex Downie 1925 - See Malaxis biaurita (Lindl.) Kuntze 1891

~*Microstylis taurina Rchb.f. 1876 - See Malaxis taurina (Rchb.f.) Kuntze 1891

~Microstylis tenebrosa Rolfe ex Downie 1925 - See Malaxis orbicularis (W.W. Sm. & Jeffrey) T. Tang & F.T. Wang 1951

~ *Microstylis tetraloba Schltr. 1910 - See Malaxis tetraloba (Schltr.) Kores 1989

~Microstylis thorelii Finet 1907 - See Malaxis biaurita (Lindl.) Kuntze 1891

~*Microstylis tipuloides Lindl. 1845 - See Crossoglossa tipuloides (Lindl.) Dodson 1993

~Microstylis trigonocardia Schltr. 1919 - See Malaxis acuminata D. Don 1825

~*Microstylis trigonopetala J.J.Sm. 1898 - See Malaxis trigonopetala (J.J.Sm.) S.Thomas, Schuit. & de Vogel 2002

~Microstylis trilobulata Kurz 1870 - See Malaxis ophrydis (J.König) Ormerod 1995

~Microstylis trinervia Ridl.1926 - See Malaxis micrantha (Hook.f.) Kuntze 1891

~Microstylis umbelliflora (Sw.) Hitchc. 1893 - See Malaxis umbelliflora Sw. 1788

~Microstylis umbellulata (Sw.) Lindl. 1830 - See Malaxis umbelliflora Sw. 1788

~*Microstylis versicolor Lind. 1830 - See Malaxis versicolor (Lindl.) Abeyw. 1959

~Microstylis wallichii Lindl. 1828 - See Malaxis acuminata D. Don 1825

~Microstylis wallichii var. brachycheila Hook.f. 1890 - See Malaxis calophylla (Rchb. f.) Kuntze 1891. 1905

~ *Microstylis wercklei Schltr. 1918 - See Malaxis wercklei (Schltr.) Ames 1922

Microtatorchis Schltr. 1905 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aeridinae.

There are 50 species in this diminutive, twig epiphytic, genus occuring in Malesia, Taiwan and the Pacific and are found in the mountains. There are leafed and leafless species in this genus. The leafless species superficially resemble Taeniophyllum but can be readily distinguished by having 2 pollina instead of four.

Common Name or Meaning The Smallest Orchid

Synonyms Geissanthera Schltr.1905

Type Species = ! = Microtatorchis perpusilla Schltr. 1905

  1. Microtatorchis aristata Garay 1972

    Part shade Warm Spring

  2. Microtatorchis compacta (Ames) Schltr.1911

    ~Microtatorchis fasciola (G.Forst.) Schltr. 1905 - See Taeniophyllum fasciola (G.Forst.) Seem. 1862

    ~Microtatorchis fasciola Schltr. 1906 - See Microtatorchis schlechteri Garay 1972

  3. Microtatorchis javanica J.J.Sm. 1918

    Full Shade Hot Warm Winter Summer

    ~Microtatorchis kaniensis Schltr. 1913 - See Microtatorchis javanica J.J.Sm. 1918

  4. Microtatorchis oreophila Schltr. 1906

    Part shadeWarmCoolWinterSpringSummer

  5. Microtatorchis paife (Drake) Garay 1972

    Part shade

  6. Microtatorchis schlechteri Garay 1972

    Part shadeHotCoolWinterSpringSummerFall

    ~Microtatorchis schlechteri var. productilis N.Hallé 1977 - See Microtatorchis schlechteri Garay 1972

  7. Microtatorchis taenioides P.O'Byrne 1998

    Full Shade

    ~Microtatorchis taiwanianum S.S.Ying 1977 - See Microtatorchis compacta (Ames) Schltr.1911

Microterangis Schlechter ex Sengh. SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aerangidinae.

This genus is found in Africa, Madagascar and the Mascarene Islands as a medium sized monopodial epiphyte that is represented by 7 species that are short-stemmed, densely leafy with oblong or obovate, unequally and obtusely bilobed apically leaves giving rise to many flowered racemose inflorescence with small flowers with the sepals and petals free, similar as well as an entire or dentate lip, a spurred flower with a straight, very short column carrying 2 pollina with a communal stipe and a very small viscidium.

Common Name or Meaning refers to the diminutive flowers

Type Species = ! = Microterangis hariotiana (Kraenzl.) Senghas 1985

  1. Microterangis divitiflora (Schltr.) Senghas 1985

    Part shade CoolFall EARLYSpring

  2. !Microterangis hariotiana (Kraenzl.) Senghas 1985

    Part sunHotTo WarmSpring

  3. Microterangis hildebrandtii (Rchb.f.) Senghas 1985

    FragranceFull shadeWarm

~`Microtheca Schltr. 1925 - See Cynorkis Thou. 1809 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Orchideae, SUBTRIBE Orchidinae

~Microtheca madagascarica Schltr. 1924 - See Cynorkis paradoxa (Frapp. ex Cordem.) Schltr. 1915

Microthelys Garay 1980 publ. 1982 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Cranichideae SUBTRIBE Spiranthinae

There are 7 species in this terrestrial genus occuring in Central and South America.

Common Name or Meaning

Type Species = ! = Microthelys minutiflora (A.Rich. & Galeotti) Garay 1980 publ. 1982

  1. Microthelys intagana (Dodson & Dressler) Szlach. 1996

    LATE EARLY

  2. !Microthelys minutiflora (A.Rich. & Galeotti) Garay 1980 publ. 1982

  3. Microthelys nutantiflora (Schltr.) Garay 1980 publ. 1982

  4. Microthelys rubrocallosa (B.L.Rob. & Greenm.) Garay 1980 publ. 1982

    ~Microthelys santa-elenae (Szlach.) Szlach. 1996 - See Microthelys rubrocallosa (B.L.Rob. & Greenm.) Garay 1980 publ. 1982

~`Microtidium D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem. 2002 - See Microtis R.Br. 1810 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Diurideae, SUBTRIBE Prasphyllinae.

~Microtidium atratum (Lindl.) D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem. 2002 - See Microtis atrata Lindl. 1840

Microtis R.Br. 1810 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Diurideae, SUBTRIBE Prasphyllinae.

More or less 19 species occuring from Ceylon to China, most of SE Asia, Java, Australia and some of the Pacific Islands as a small to medium sized, terrestrial orchid needing a seasonal climate and has underground tubers, giving rise to a single stem carrying a single, terete leafand a single, erect, unbranched, many flowered inflorescence with small resupinate, with sepals smaller than petals, a non lobed lip that is spurless.

Common Name or Meaning The Tiny Flowered Orchid

Type Species = ! = Microtis rara R.Br. 1810

    ~Microtis aemula Schltr. 1906 - See Microtis unifolia ( G.Forst. ) Rchb.f. 1871

  1. Microtis alba R.Br. 1810

    Fragrant Part Sun CoolCold Spring EARLY Summer

  2. Microtis alboviridis R.J.Bates 2008

    Part shade Cold LATESpring

  3. Microtis arenaria Lindl. 1840

    Part sunCoolTo ColdSpringSummer

  4. Microtis atrata Lindl. 1840

    Fragrant Part Sun CoolColdSpring

    ~Microtis atrata var. viridula Rchb.f. 1871 - See Microtis atrata Lindl. 1840

    ~Microtis banksii A.Cunn. ex Hook. 1835 - See Microtis unifolia ( G.Forst. ) Rchb.f. 1871

    ~Microtis benthamiana Rchb.f. 1871 - See Microtis parviflora R.Br. 1810

    ~Microtis biloba Nicholls 1949 - See Microtis arenaria Lindl. 1840

    ~Microtis bipulvinaris Nicholls 1949 - See Microtis parviflora R.Br. 1810

  5. Microtis brownii Rchb.f. 1871

    Fragrant Part Sun CoolCold LATERSpring EARLY Summer

  6. Microtis cupularis (D.L.Jones & G.Brockman) A.P.Br. 2007

    Part shade Cold LATERSpring

  7. Microtis densiflora (Benth.) M.A.Clem. 1989

    Part Sun CoolCold Spring EARLY Summer

    ~Microtis eremicola (R.J.Bates) D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem. 2004 - See Microtis media R.Br. 1810

    ~Microtis formosana Schltr. ex Masam 1964 - See Microtis unifolia ( G.Forst. ) Rchb.f. 1871

    ~Microtis frutetorum Schltdl. 1847 - See Microtis unifolia ( G.Forst. ) Rchb.f. 1871

  8. Microtis globula R.J.Bates 1984

    Part shade Cold Spring

    ~Microtis gymnadenioides Diels 1903 - See Microtis pulchella R.Br. 1810

    ~Microtis holmesii Nicholls 1949 - See Microtis parviflora R.Br. 1810

    ~Microtis javanica Rchb.f. 1857 - See Microtis parviflora R.Br. 1810

    ~Microtis longifolia Colenso 1885 - See Microtis unifolia ( G.Forst. ) Rchb.f. 1871

    ~Microtis magnadenia R.S.Rogers 1930 - See Microtis rara R.Br. 1810

  9. Microtis media R.Br. 1810

    Part Sun CoolCold Spring

    ~Microtis media subsp. densiflora (Benth.) R.J.Bates 1990 - See Microtis densiflora (Benth.) M.A.Clem. 1989

    ~Microtis media subsp. eremicola R.J.Bates 1996 - See Microtis media R.Br. 1810

    ~Microtis media subsp. quadrata R.J.Bates 1990 - See Microtis media R.Br. 1810

    ~Microtis minutiflora F.Muell. 1859 - See Microtis atrata Lindl. 1840

  10. Microtis oblonga R.S.Rogers 1923

    Part shadeColdTo CoolSpring

  11. Microtis oligantha L.B.Moore 1968

    Part shadeCoolTo Cold LATESpringTo Summer

  12. Microtis orbicularis R.S.Rogers 1907

    Part shadeColdLATE EARLIER

    ~Microtis papillosa Colenso 1885 publ. 1886 - See Microtis unifolia ( G.Forst. ) Rchb.f. 1871

  13. Microtis parviflora R.Br. 1810

    Part shadeColdTo Cool EARLY

    ~*Microtis parviflora var. densiflora Benth. 1873 - See Microtis densiflora (Benth.) M.A.Clem. 1989

    ~Microtis porrifolia (Sw.) R.Br. 1810 - See Microtis unifolia ( G.Forst. ) Rchb.f. 1871

    ~Microtis porrifolia var. parviflora (R.Br.) Rodway 1903 - See Microtis unifolia ( G.Forst. ) Rchb.f. 1871

  14. Microtis pulchella R.Br. 1810

    Part Sun CoolCold Spring EARLY Summer

    ~Microtis pulchella Lindl. 1840 - See Microtis unifolia ( G.Forst. ) Rchb.f. 1871

    ~Microtis pulchella var. vivax Lindl. 1840 - See Microtis arenaria Lindl. 1840

    ~Microtis quadrata (R.J.Bates) D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem. 2004 - See Microtis media R.Br. 1810

  15. !Microtis rara R.Br. 1810

    Fragrant Part Sun CoolCold Spring

    ~Microtis truncata R.S.Rogers 1920 - See Microtis brownii Rchb.f. 1871

  16. Microtis unifolia ( G.Forst. ) Rchb.f. 1871

    Part shadeColdCoolSpringSummer

    ~Microtis unifolia var. rara (R.Br.) Rchb.f. 1871 - See Microtis rara R.Br. 1810

    ~Microtis viridis F.Muell. 1865 - See Microtis unifolia ( G.Forst. ) Rchb.f. 1871

    ~Microtis viridis F.Muell. ex Benth. 1873 - See Microtis media R.Br. 1810

Miltonia Lindley 1837SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae.

There are 20 to 21 species in this genus ranging through Brazil and into Peru. They have 1 or 2 leaves on the psuedobulb with leaflike sheaths from which the inflorescence arises having non spurred flowers with free sepals and petals, a large flat lip, basically no callus, a footless column and 2 hard pollina. They perform well in pots or they can be mounted to tree fern. They are a part of the Oncidium Alliance and are often used in breeding.

Common Name or Meaning Named for Lord Fitz William Milton and English orchid aficionado

Synonyms Anneliesia Brieger & Lückel 1983; `Gynizodon Raf. 1836; `Macrochilus Kn. & Westc. 1836

Type Species = ! = Miltonia spectabilis Lindley 1837

  1. Miltonia altairiana Chiron & V.P.Castro 2009 publ. 2008

    Part shade Warm Cool Summer

    ~Miltonia anceps (Klotzsch) Lindl.1854 - See Miltonia flava Lindl.1848

    ~Miltonia bicolor Lodd. ex Buyss. 1878 - See Miltonia spectabilis Lindl. 1837

  2. Miltonia × binotii Cogn. 1897

    Part shade Warm Cool

    ~Miltonia × binotii var. flavescens Cogn. 1900 - See Miltonia × binotii Cogn. 1897

    ~Miltonia bismarckii (Dodson & D.E.Benn.) P.F.Hunt 2000 - See Miltoniopsis bismarkii Dodson & D.E. Benn. 1989

  3. Miltonia × bluntii Rchb.f. 1879

    FragrancePart sunHotTo Warm

    ~Miltonia x bluntii fma lubbersiana [Rchb.f] Hawkes - See Miltonia × bluntii Rchb.f. 1879

    ~Miltonia x bluntii var lubbersiana Rchb.f - See Miltonia × bluntii Rchb.f. 1879

  4. Miltonia candida Lindl. 1838

    FragrancePart sunCoolTo HotSpringand Summer

    ~Miltonia candida var. flavescens Hook. 1840 - See Miltonia candida Lindl. 1838

    ~Miltonia candida var jenischiana Rchb.f 1854 - See Miltonia candida Lindl. 1838

    ~Miltonia candida var. purpureoviolacea Cogn 1898 - See Miltonia candida Lindl. 1838

    ~Miltonia cereola Lemaire 1865 - See Miltonia regnellii Rchb.f 1849

  5. Miltonia clowesii Lindley 1840

    Part sunCoolTo HotFall

    ~Miltonia clowesii var. lamarcheana E.Morren 1876 - See Miltonia clowesii Lindley 1840

  6. Miltonia × cogniauxiae Peeters ex Cogn. & Gooss. 1900

    FragrancePart sunHotTo Warm

    ~Miltonia × cogniauxiae var. bicolor Rolfe 1901 - See Miltonia × cogniauxiae Peeters ex Cogn. & Gooss. 1900

    ~Miltonia × cogniauxiae var. massaiana Cogn. 1900 - See Miltonia × cogniauxiae Peeters ex Cogn. & Gooss. 1900

    ~Miltonia × cogniauxiae var. pallida Cogn. 1900 - See Miltonia × cogniauxiae Peeters ex Cogn. & Gooss. 1900

  7. Miltonia cuneata Lindl. 1844

    Part sunCoolTo HotWinterand EARLY Spring

  8. Miltonia × cyrtochiloides Barb.Rodr. 1877

    Part shade Warm Cool

    ~Miltonia endresii G. Nicholson 1888 - See Miltoniopsis warscewiczii (Rchb. f.) Garay & Dunst. 1976

    ~Miltonia × festiva G.Nicholson 1886 - See Miltonia × cyrtochiloides Barb.Rodr. 1877

  9. Miltonia flava Lindl.1848

    to

  10. Miltonia flavescens Lindley 1841

    FragrancePart sunCoolTo WarmSpring To Summer

    ~Miltonia flavescens var. grandiflora Regel 1887 - See Miltonia flavescens Lindley 1841

    ~Miltonia flavescens var. stellata (Lindl.) Regel 1887 - See Miltonia flavescens Lindley 1841

    ~Miltonia flavescens var. typica Regel 1887 - See Miltonia flavescens Lindley 1841

    ~Miltonia × joiceyana O'Brien 1893 - See Miltonia × lamarckeana Rchb.f. 1885

    ~Miltonia karwinskii (Lindl.) Lindl. 1849 - See Oncidium karwinskii (Lindl.) Lindl. 1838

  11. Miltonia kayasimae Pabst 1976

    ~Miltonia laevis (Lindl.) Rolfe 1904 - See Oncidium laeve (Lindl.) Beer 1854

  12. Miltonia × lamarckeana Rchb.f. 1885

    Part shade Warm Cool

  13. Miltonia x leucoglossa hort. 1898

    ~Miltonia leucomelas (Rchb. f.) Rolfe 1904 - See Oncidium reichenheimii (Linden & Rchb. f.) Garay & Stacy 1974

    ~Miltonia loddigesii Regel 1890 publ. 1891 - See Miltonia flavescens Lindley 1841

  14. Miltonia moreliana Warn. 1854

    to

    ~Miltonia morelii B.S.Williams 1862 - See Miltonia moreliana A.Rich. 1848

    ~Miltonia odorata Rchb.f. 1855 - See Aspasia lunata Lindley 1836

    ~*Miltonia parva C. Schweinf. 1945 - See Cischweinfia parva (C. Schweinf.) Dressler & N.H. Williams 1970

  15. Miltonia x peetersiana Rchb.f 1886

    ~Miltonia phalaenopsis (Linden & Rchb. f.) G. Nicholson 1886 - See Miltoniopsis phalaenopsis (Linden & Rchb. f.) Garay & Dunst. 1976

    ~Miltonia phymatochila (Lindl.) N.H. Williams & M.W. Chase 2001 - See Oncidium phymatochilum Lindl. 1850-1

    ~Miltonia pinelii Rchb.f. 1854 - See Miltonia flava Lindl.1848

    ~Miltonia pulchella hort. ex Linden 1868 - See Miltoniopsis phalaenopsis (Linden & Rchb. f.) Garay & Dunst. 1976

    ~Miltonia quadrijuga Dusén & Kraenzl. 1921 - See Miltonia russelliana (Lindl.) Lindl 1841

  16. Miltonia regnellii Rchb.f 1849

    Part shadeCoolTo HotSpringand Summer

    ~Miltonia regnellii f. alba (Tessmer) Roeth 2005 - See Miltonia regnellii Rchb.f 1849

    ~Miltonia regnellii f. citrina (Cogn.) Roeth 2005 - See Miltonia regnellii Rchb.f 1849

    ~Miltonia regnellii f. purpurea (Dombrain) M.Wolff & O.Gruss 2007 - See Miltonia regnellii Rchb.f 1849

    ~Miltonia regnellii f. travassosiana (Cogn.) Roeth 2005 - See Miltonia regnellii Rchb.f 1849

    ~Miltonia regnellii f. veitchiana (Cogn.) Roeth 2005 - See Miltonia regnellii Rchb.f 1849

    ~Miltonia regnellii purpurea Dombrain 1870 - See Miltonia regnellii Rchb.f 1849

    ~Miltonia regnellii var. alba Tessmer 2003 - See Miltonia regnellii Rchb.f 1849

    ~Miltonia regnellii var. citrina Cogn. in C.A.Cogniaux & A.P.G.Goossens 1900 - See Miltonia regnellii Rchb.f 1849

    ~Miltonia regnellii var. travassosiana Cogn. 1900 - See Miltonia regnellii Rchb.f 1849

    ~Miltonia regnellii var. veitchiana Cogn. 1900 - See Miltonia regnellii Rchb.f 1849

    ~Miltonia reichenheimii (Linden & Rchb. f.) Rolfe 1904 - See Oncidium reichenheimii (Linden & Rchb. f.) Garay & Stacy 1974

    ~Miltonia roezlii (Rchb. f.) G. Nicholson 1886 - See Miltoniopsis roezlii (Rchb. f.) God.-Leb. 1889

    ~Miltonia rosea Verschaff. ex Lem. 1867 - See Miltonia moreliana A.Rich. 1848

  17. Miltonia russelliana (Lindl.) Lindl 1841

    Part shadeHot To CoolFall To Winter

  18. Miltonia schroederiana O'Brien 1887

    Part shadeWarm To HotSpringSummer EARLYFall

    ~Miltonia schroederiana Veitch 1892 - See Oncidium reichenheimii (Linden & Rchb. f.) Garay & Stacy 1974

    ~Miltonia speciosa G. Klotz, Otto & A. Dietr. 1855 - See Miltonia cuneata Lindl. 1844

  19. !Miltonia spectabilis Lindl. 1837

    Part sunCoolTo HotSummer

    ~Miltonia spectabilis var. aspersa Rchb.f. 1885 - See Miltonia spectabilis Lindl. 1837

    ~Miltonia spectabilis var. atrorubens Rolfe 1894 - See Miltonia moreliana A.Rich. 1848

    ~Miltonia spectabilis var. bicolor G.Nicholson 1886 - See Miltonia spectabilis Lindl. 1837

    ~Miltonia spectabilis var. lineata L.Linden & Rodigas 1886 - See Miltonia spectabilis Lindl. 1837

    ~Miltonia spectabilis var. moreliana (A.Rich.) Henfr. 1851 - See Miltonia moreliana A.Rich. 1848

    ~Miltonia spectabilis var. porphyroglossa Rchb.f. 1856 - See Miltonia spectabilis Lindl. 1837

    ~Miltonia spectabilis var. radians Rchb.f. 1856 - See Miltonia spectabilis Lindl. 1837

    ~Miltonia spectabilis var. rosea auct. 1867 - See Miltonia spectabilis Lindl. 1837

    ~Miltonia spectabilis var. virginalis Lem 1868 - See Miltonia spectabilis Lindl. 1837

    ~Miltonia stellata hort. 1841 - See Miltonia flavescens Lindley 1841

    ~Miltonia stenoglossa Schltr. 1923 - See Oncidium stenoglossum (Schltr.) Dressler & N.H.Williams 1975

    ~Miltonia superba Schltr. 1907 - See Miltoniopsis warscewiczii (Rchb. f.) Garay & Dunst. 1976

    ~Miltonia velloziana Ruschi & la Gasa 1975 - See Miltonia cuneata Lindl. 1844

    ~Miltonia vexillaria [Rchb.f] Nicholson 1886 - See Miltoniopsis vexillaria [Rchb.f] Garay & Dunsterville 1889

    ~Miltonia vexillaria var. leopoldii A.H.Kent 1892 - See Miltoniopsis vexillaria [Rchb.f] Garay & Dunsterville 1889

    ~Miltonia vexillaria var. rubella A.H.Kent 1892 - See Miltoniopsis vexillaria [Rchb.f] Garay & Dunsterville 1889

    ~Miltonia vexillaria var. stupenda A.H.Kent 1892 - See Miltoniopsis vexillaria [Rchb.f] Garay & Dunsterville 1889

    ~Miltonia warneri G.Nicholson 1886 - See Miltonia moreliana A.Rich. 1848

  20. Miltonia warscewiczii Rchb.f 1856

    FragrancePart sunCoolTo HotSpring

    ~Miltonia warszewiczii var. aetherea Rchb.f. 1881 - See Miltonia warscewiczii Rchb.f 1856

~Miltonioides Brieger & Lückel 1983 - See Oncidium Sw. 1800 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae.

~Miltonioides carinifera (Rchb.f.) Senghas & Luckel. 1997 - See Oncidium cariniferum (Rchb. f.) Beer 1854

~Miltonioides confusa (Garay) Brieger & Lückel 1983 - See Miltonia schroederiana O'Brien 1887

~Miltonioides karwinskii (Lindl.) Brieger & Lückel 1983 - See Oncidium karwinskii (Lindl.) Lindl. 1838

~Miltonioides laevis (Lindl.) Brieger & Lückel 1983 - See Oncidium laeve (Lindl.) Beer 1854

~Miltonioides leucomelas (Rchb.f.) Bockemühl & Senghas 1988 - See Oncidium leucomelas (Rchb. f.) Dressler & N.H. Williams 2003

~Miltonioides leucomelas ( Rchb.f. ) L.Bockemühl & Senghas subsp. acutum Rchb.f. ex L.Bockemühl & Senghas 1988 - See Oncidium stenoglossum (Schltr.) Dressler & N.H.Williams 1975

~Miltonioides oviedomotae (Hágsater) Senghas 1997 - See Oncidium oviedomotae Hágsater 1973

~Miltonioides pauciflora (L.O.Williams) Hamer & Garay 1985 - See Oncidium stenoglossum (Schltr.) Dressler & N.H.Williams 1975

~Miltonioides reichenheimii (Linden & Rchb. f.) Brieger & Lückel 1983 - See Oncidium reichenheimii (Linden & Rchb. f.) Garay & Stacy 1974

~Miltonioides schroederiana (Veitch) Lückel 1986 - See Miltonia schroederiana O'Brien 1887

~Miltonioides stenoglossa (Schltr.) Brieger & Lückel 1983 - See Oncidium stenoglossum (Schltr.) Dressler & N.H.Williams 1975

~Miltonioides warszewiczii (Rchb. f.) Brieger & Lückel 1983 - See Miltonia warscewiczii Rchb.f 1856

`Miltoniopsis Godefroy-Lebuef 1889 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae.

There are 5 to 6 species taken from Miltonia and a original plant cited by Godefroy-Lebeuf they all come from Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Venezuela and Peru and differ from Miltonia by it's one leafed psuedobulbs and it's exauriculate column which is united to the lip through a keel and is not excavate at the base. For hybridizing purposes Miltonopsis is listed under Miltonia. They should be given good shade and humidity and watered often while growing and less as growth stops.

Common Name or Meaning refers to being like a Miltonia

Type Species = ! = Miltoniopsis vexillaria [Rcgb.f] Godefry-Lebeuf 1889

  1. Miltoniopsis bismarkii Dodson & D.E. Benn. 1989

    Part sunCoolTo WarmFall To Winter

  2. Miltoniopsis phalaenopsis (Linden & Rchb. f.) Garay & Dunst. 1976

    Part sunCoolTo WarmLATE

  3. Miltoniopsis roezlii (Rchb. f.) God.-Leb. 1889

    FragrancePart sunCoolTo Warm SummerFall

    ~Miltoniopsis roezlii var. alba (W.Bull ex W.G.Sm.) Lückel 1995 - See Miltoniopsis roezlii (Rchb. f.) God.-Leb. 1889

  4. Miltoniopsis santanaei Garay and Dunsterville 1976

    Part sunCoolTo WarmSummer

  5. !Miltoniopsis vexillaria [Rchb.f] Garay & Dunsterville 1889

    to and

  6. Miltoniopsis warscewiczii (Rchb. f.) Garay & Dunst. 1976

    Part sunCoolTo WarmFall or Spring

~`Minicolumna Brieger 1976 - See Epidendrum L. 1763 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Laeliinae.

~Minicolumna laxa Brieger 1976 - See Epidendrum compressum Griseb. 1864

~Minicolumna yatapuensis (Barb.Rodr.) Brieger 1976 - See Epidendrum compressum Griseb. 1864

~`Mirandopsis Szlach. & Marg. 2001 - See Pleurothallis R. Brown 1813 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Pleurothallidinae

~Mirandopsis miranda (Luer) Szlach. & Marg. 2001 - See Pleurothallis miranda Luer 1980

~Mirandorchis Szlach. & Kras-Lap. 2003 - See Habenaria Willd. 1805SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Orchideae, SUBTRIBE Orchidinae.

~Mirandorchis rautaneniana (Kraenzl.) Szlach. & Kras-Lap. 2003 - See Habenaria rautaneniana Kraenzl. 1902

~Mischobulbum Schlechter 1911 - See Tainia Blume 1825 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE ? SUBTRIBE Collabiinae

~Mischobulbum cordifolium (Hook. f.) Schltr. 1911 - See Tainia cordifolia Hook. f. 1889

~*Mischobulbum crassum H. Turner 1992 - See Tainia crassa (H.Turner) J.J.Wood & A.L.Lamb 2008

~Mischobulbum grandiflorum [Hkr.}Schltr. 1911 - See Tainia wrayana [Hkr.f] J.J. Sm 1912

~*Mischobulbum megalanthum Tang & F.T.Wang 1951 - See Tainia megalantha (Tang & F.T.Wang) ined

~Mischobulbum scapigerum (Hook.f.) Schltr. 1911 - See Tainia scapigera (Hook.f.) J.J.Sm. 1912

~Mischobulbum wrayanum (Hook. f.) Rolfe 1912 - See Tainia wrayana [Hkr.f] J.J. Sm 1912

~Mitopetalum Blume 1828 - See Tainia Blume 1825 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE ?, SUBTRIBE Collabiinae.

~Mitopetalum angustifolium Blume 1856 - See Tainia angustifolia (Lindl.) Benth. & Hook.f. 1883

~Mitopetalum bicorne (Lindl.) Blume 1856 - See Tainia bicornis (Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1857

~Mitopetalum latifolium (Lindl.) Blume 1856 - See Tainia latifolia (Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1857

~Mitopetalum fimbriatum (Teijsm. & Binn.) Miq. 1859 - See Tainia paucifolia (Breda, Kuhl & Hasselt) J.J.Sm. 1912

~Mitopetalum parviflorum Blume 1859 - See Tainia trinervis (Blume) Rchb.f. 1857

~Mitopetalum plicatum Blume 1856 - See Tainia trinervis (Blume) Rchb.f. 1857

~Mitopetalum rubescens Blume 1859 - See Tainia trinervis (Blume) Rchb.f. 1857

~Mitopetalum speciosum (Blume) Blume 1828 - See Tainia speciosa Blume 1825

~*Mitopetalum trinerve Blume 1856 - See Tainia trinervis (Blume) Rchb.f. 1857

~Mitopetalum trinervium Blume 1859 - See Tainia trinervis (Blume) Rchb.f. 1857

~ Mitopetalum wightii Blume 1856 - See Tainia bicornis (Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1857

~`Mitostigma Blume 1856 - See Amitostigma Schltr. 1919 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Orchideae SUBTRIBE Orchidinae

~*Mitostigma gracile Blume 1856 - See Amitostigma gracile (Blume) Schltr. 1919

`~Mixis Luer 2004 - See Pleurothallis R. Brown 1813 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Pleurothallidinae

~ Mixis incongrua (Luer) Luer 2004 - See Pleurothallis incongrua Luer 1999

`Mobilabium Rupp 1946 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aeridinae.

A monotypic genus confined to Australia and segregrated from others in the original Saccolabium by the moveable lip

Common Name or Meaning The Moveable Lip Orchid

Type Species = Mobilabium hamatum Rupp 1946

  1. !Mobilabium hamatum Rupp 1946

    Fragrance Part Shade Hot Warm Winter

~`Molloybas D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem. 2002 - See Corybas Salisbury 1807 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Diurideae SUBTRIBE Acianthinae

~Molloybas cryptanthus (Hatch) D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem. 2002 - See Corybas cryptanthus Hatch 1956

~`Monacanthus G. Don 1839 - See Catasetum Kunth 1822SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae, SUBTRIBE Catasetinae.

~Monachanthus Lindley 1832 - See Catasetum L.C. Rich 1822 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae, SUBTRIBE Catasetinae.

~Monachanthus bushnani Hook. 1840 - See Catasetum discolor (Lindl.) Lindl. 1834

~Monachanthus cristatus (Lindl.) Lindl. ? - See Catasetum cristatum Lindl. 1824

~Monachanthus discolor Lindl. 1834 - See Catasetum discolor (Lindl.) Lindl. 1834

~Monachanthus discolor var. bushnani Hook. - See Catasetum discolor (Lindl.) Lindl. 1834

~Monachanthus discolor var. viridiflorus Hook. - See Catasetum discolor (Lindl.) Lindl. 1834

~Monachanthus fimbriatus Gardner ex Hook. 1839 - See Catasetum fimbriatum (C. Morr.) Lindl. & Paxton 1850-1

~Monachanthus fimbriatus Gardner 1839 - See Catasetum gardneri Schltr. 1914

~Monachanthus longifolius (Lindl.) Lindl. 1840 - See Catasetum longifolium Lindl. 1839

~Monachanthus roseo-albus Hook. 1840 - See Catasetum discolor (Lindl.) Lindl. 1834

~Monachanthus viridis Lindley 1836 - See Catasetum cernuum [Lindley]Rchb.f 1863

~Monachanthus viridis Schomb. 1837 - See Catasetum barbatum [Lindley]Lindley 1844

~Monadenia Lindl. 1838 - See Disa Berg. 1767 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Orchideae, SUBTRIBE Disinae

~Monadenia atrorubens (Schltr.) Rolfe 1913 - See Disa atrorubens Schltr. 1897

~Monadenia auriculata (Bolus) Rolfe 1912 - See Disa densiflora (Lindl.) Bolus 1889

~Monadenia australiensis Rupp 1946 - See Disa bracteata Sw. 1800

~Monadenia basutorum (Schltr.) Rolfe 1913 - See Disa basutorum Schltr. 1895

~Monadenia bolusiana (Schltr.) Rolfe 1913 - See Disa bolusiana Schltr. 1897

~Monadenia bracteata (Sw.) T.Durand & Schinz1894 - See Disa bracteata Sw. 1800

~Monadenia brevicornis Lindl.1838 - See Disa brevicornis (Lindl.) Bolus 1889

~ Monadenia cernua (Thunb.) T. Durand & Schinz 1895 - See Disa cernua [Thunb.] Sw. 1800

~*Monadenia comosa Rchb.f. 1847 - See Disa comosa (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1901

~Monadenia conferta (Bolus) Kraenzl.1900 - See Disa conferta Bolus 1893

~Monadenia cylindrica (Thunb.) Szlach. 2003 - See Disa cylindrica (Thunb.) Sw. 1800

~*Monadenia densiflora Lindl.1838 - See Disa densiflora (Lindl.) Bolus 1889

~Monadenia inflata Sond. 1846 - See Disa cernua [Thunb.] Sw. 1800

~Monadenia lancifolia Sond.1846 - See Disa rufescens (Thunb.) Sw. 1800

~Monadenia leptostachys Sond. 1846 - See Disa rufescens (Thunb.) Sw. 1800

~Monadenia leydenburgensis Kraenzl 1900 - See Disa stachyoides Rchb.f. 1881

~Monadenia macrocera Lindl. 1838 - See Disa rufescens (Thunb.) Sw. 1800

~*Monadenia macrostachya Lindl.1838 - See Disa macrostachya (Lindl.) Bolus 1889

~Monadenia micrantha Lindl. 1838 - See Disa bracteata Sw. 1800a densiflora (Lindl.) Bolus 1889

~Monadenia nubigena (H.P.Linder) Szlach. 2003 - See Disa nubigena H.P.Linder 1999

~*Monadenia ophrydea Lindl.1838 - See Disa ophrydea (Lindl.) Bolus 1888

~Monadenia prasinata Lindl. 1838 - See Disa cernua [Thunb.] Sw. 1800

~Monadenia physodes (Sw.) Rchb.f. 1883 - See Disa physodes Sw.1800

~Monadenia pygmaea (Bolus) T.Durand & Schinz 1894 - See Disa pygmaea Bolus 1885

~Monadenia reticulata (Bolus) T.Durand & Schinz 1894 - See Disa reticulata Bolus 1885

~Monadenia rufescens Lindl.1838 - See Disa comosa (Rchb.f.) Schltr.1901

~Monadenia rufescens (Thunb.) Rchb.f. 1883 - See Disa rufescens (Thunb.) Sw. 1800

~Monadenia sabulosa (Bolus) Kraenzl. 1900 - See Disa sabulosa Bolus 1893

~Monadenia tenuis [Lindl] Kraenzl. 1900 - See Disa tenuis Lindley 1838

~Monanthochilus (Schltr.) R.Rice 2004 - See Sarcochilus R. Brown 1810 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aeridinae

~Monanthochilus chrysanthus (Schltr.) R.Rice 2004 - See Sarcochilus chrysanthus Schltr. 1913

~Monanthochilus uniflorus (Schltr.) R.Rice 2004 - See Sarcochilus uniflorus Schltr.1913

~Monanthos (Schltr.) Brieger 1981- See Dendrobium Sw. 1799 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE ?, SUBTRIBE Dendrobiinae

All the members of this genus have been moved to Dendrobium or Dockerilla.

~Monanthos agrostophylloides (Schltr.) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium agrostophylloides Schltr. 1912

~Monanthos agrostophyllum (F.Muell.) Brieger 1981 - See Dendrobium agrostophyllum F. Mueller 1872

~Monanthos biloba (Lindl.) Brieger 1981 - See Dendrobium bilobum Lindl. 1843

~Monanthos isochiloides (Kraenzl.) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium isochiloides Kraenzl. 1894

~Monanthos malbrownii (Dockrill) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium malbrownii Dockrill 1967

~Monanthos piestocaulos (Schltr.) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium piestocaulon Schltr. 1905

~Monanthos poneroides (Schltr.) Brieger 1981 - See Dendrobium poneroides Schltr. 1911

~Monixus Finet 1907 - See Angraecum Bory 1804 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Angraecinae.

~Monixus clavigera (Ridl.) Finet 1907 - See Angraecum clavigerum Ridl. 1885

~Monixus aporum Finet 1907 - See Angraecum podochiloides Schltr. 1906

~Monixus multiflorus (Thouars) Finet 1907 - See Angraecum multiflorum Thouars 1822

~Monixus polystachys [Thouars]Finet 1907 - See Oeoniella polystachys Schlechter 1918

~Monixus striatus (Thouars) Finet 1907 - See Angraecum striatum Thouars 1822

~Monixus teretifolius (Ridl.) Finet 1907 - See Angraecum teretifolium Ridl. 1885

~Monochilus Wall. ex Lindl. 1840 - See Zeuxine Lindley 1826 [1825?] SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Cranichideae SUBTRIBE Goodyerinae

~*Monochilus affinis Lindl. 1840 - See Zeuxine affinis (Lindl.) Benth. ex Hook.f. 1890

~Monochilus affinis Wight 1851 - See Zeuxine longilabris (Lindl.) Trimen 1885

~Monochilus boryi Rchb.f. 1876 - See Cheirostylis nuda (Thouars) Ormerod 2002

~Monochilus clandestinus (Blume) Miq. 1859 - See Zeuxine clandestina Bl. 1858

~Monochilus flabellatus (A.Rich.) Wight 1851 - See Cheirostylis flabellata (A.Rich.) Wight 1851

~*Monochilus flavus Wall. ex Lindl.1840 - See Zeuxine flava (Wall. ex Lindl.) Trimen 1885

~Monochilus galeatus Lindl.1857 - See Zeuxine goodyeroides Lindl. 1840

~Monochilus goodyeroides (Lindl.) Lindl.1857 - See Zeuxine goodyeroides Lindl. 1840

~Monochilus gracilis (Breda) Lindl. 1854 - See Zeuxine gracilis (Breda) Blume 1858

~Monochilus gymnochiloides Ridl. 1885 - See Cheirostylis nuda (Thouars) Ormerod 2002

~*Monochilus lepidus Rchb.f. 1881 - See Cheirostylis lepida (Rchb.f.) Rolfe 1897

~*Monochilus longilabris Lindl. 1840 - See Zeuxine longilabris (Lindl.) Trimen 1885

~*Monochilus nervosus Wall. ex Lindl.1840 - See Zeuxine nervosa (Wall. ex Lindl.) Benth. ex Trimen 1885

~*Monochilus regius Lindl.1840 - See Zeuxine regia (Lindl.) Trimen 1885

~*Monochilus stenophyllus Rchb.f. 1878 - See Zeuxine stenophylla (Rchb.f.) Benth. & Hook.f. ex Drake 1892

~Monochilus zollingeri Rchb.f. 1857 - See Zeuxine gracilis (Breda) Blume 1858

Monomeria Lindl. 1830 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE ?, SUBTRIBE Dendrobiinae.

At most this genus has 5 species all found in the SE Asian region with resupinate flowers with a dorsal sepal that is gaping and half as long as the lateral sepals which have a hispid suface and are adnate to the distal part of the column foot, the short, obliquely triangular petals have fimbriate margins , the lip is tri-lobed, has auricuate lateral lobes, a bilamellate disc, a horned apically column with a long foot and 4 pollina with a single stipe that is short and terete as well as a large globose visidium.

Common Name or Meaning means "one part"?

Type Species = ! = Monomeria barbata Lindl 1828

  1. !Monomeria barbata Lindl. 1830

    Full shadeWarm Cool WinterEARLYSpring

    ~Monomeria crabro C.S.P.Parish & Rchb.f. 1874 - See Monomeria barbata Lindl. 1830

  2. Monomeria dichroma (Rolfe) Schltr. 1914

    Part shadeWarmTo CoolLATE Winter

    ~Monomeria gymnopus (Hook.f.) Aver. 1994 - See Bulbophyllum gymnopus Hook.f. 1890

  3. Monomeria longipes (Rchb.f.) Aver. 1994

    Full shade Warm Cool LATE Fall EARLY Winter

    ~Monomeria punctata (Lindl.) Schltr. 1914 - See Acrochaene punctata Lindl. 1853

    ~Monomeria rimannii (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1914 - See Sunipia rimannii (Rchb.f.) Seidenf. 1980

`Monophyllorchis Schltr. 1920 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Triphoreae, SUBTRIBE Triphoriinae.

This monotypic terrestrial genus occuring in Central and South America. Charactereized by a slender recumbent stem carrying a single, cordate, heavily veined, apical leaf with red undersides and giving rise to a terminal brown inflorescence with a few successively opening flowers that have free sepals and petals, a spurless lip, an erect anther free from the column and soft pollina.

Common Name or Meaning Refers to this genus having a single leaf

Type Species = ! = Monophyllorchis colombiana Schltr. 1920 = Pogonia microstyloides Rchb. f. 1886 = Monophyllorchis microstyloides (Rchb. f.) Garay 1962

    ~Monophyllorchis colombiana Schltr. 1920 - See Monophyllorchis microstyloides (Rchb. f.) Garay 1962

    ~Monophyllorchis maculata Garay 1978 - See Monophyllorchis microstyloides (Rchb.f.) Garay 1962

  1. !Monophyllorchis microstyloides (Rchb.f.) Garay 1962

    Full shadeWarmTo Hot Fall

~Monorchis Ség. 1754 - See Herminium R. Br. 1758 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Orchideae, SUBTRIBE Orchidinae.

~Monorchis alaschanica (Maxim.) O.Schwarz 1949 - See Herminium alaschanicum Maxim. 1887

~Monorchis angustifolia (Lindl.) O.Schwarz 1949 - See Herminium lanceum (Thunb. ex Sw.) Vuikj. 1961

~Monorchis angustilabris (King & Pantl.) O.Schwarz 1949 - See Androcorys angustilabris (King & Pantl.) Agrawala & H.J.Chowdherdy 2010

~Monorchis biporosa (Maxim.) O.Schwarz 1949 - See Porolabium biporosum (Maxim.) Tang & F.T.Wang 1940

~Monorchis coeloceras (Finet) O.Schwarz 1949 - See Peristylus coeloceras Finet 1902

~Monorchis duthiei (Hook.f.) O.Schwarz 1949 - See Peristylus duthiei (Hook.f.) Deva & H.B.Naithani 1986

~Monorchis fallax (Lindl.) O.Schwarz 1949 - See Peristylus fallax Lindl. 1835

~Monorchis forrestii (Schltr.) O.Schwarz 1949 - See Herminium josephi Rchb.f. 1872

~Monorchis gracilis (King & Pantl.) O.Schwarz 1949 - See Androcorys gracilis (King & Pantl.) Schltr. 1920

~Monorchis josephi (Rchb.f.) O.Schwarz 1949 - See Herminium josephi Rchb.f. 1872

~Monorchis herminium O.Schwarz 1949 - See Herminium monorchis (Linne) R. Brown 1813

~Monorchis jaffreyana (King & Pantl.) O.Schwarz 1949 - See Herminium jaffreyanum King & Pantl. 1896

~Monorchis minutiflora (Schltr.) O.Schwarz 1949 - See Herminium lanceum (Thunb. ex Sw.) Vuikj. 1961

~Monorchis ophioglossoides (Schltr.) O.Schwarz 1949 - See Herminium ophioglossoides Schltr. 1912

~Monorchis orbicularis (Hook.f.) O.Schwarz 1949 - See Peristylus orbicularis (Hook.f.) Agrawala, H.J.Chowdhery & S.Choudhury 2010

~Monorchis pugioniformis (Lindl. ex Hook.f.) O.Schwarz 1949 - See Androcorys pugioniformis (Lindl. ex Hook.f.) K.Y.Lang 1996

~Monorchis quinqueloba (King & Pantl.) O.Schwarz 1949 - See Herminium quinquelobum King & Pantl. 1896

~Monorchis souliei (Finet) O.Schwarz 1949 - See Herminium souliei (Finet) Rolfe 1903

~Monorchis teniana (Kraenzl.) O.Schwarz 1949 - See Peristylus coeloceras Finet 1902

~Monorchis unalaschcensis (Spreng.) O.Schwarz 1949 - See Platanthera unalascensis (Spreng.) Kurtz 1894

~Monorchis yunnanensis (Rolfe) O.Schwarz 1949 - See Herminium yunnanense Rolfe 1913

~Monorchis Ehrh.1789 - See Herminium R. Br. 1758 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Orchideae, SUBTRIBE Orchidinae.

~Monosepalum Schltr. 1912 - See Bulbophyllum Thouars 1822 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE ?, SUBTRIBE Dendrobiinae.

~Monosepalum dischorense Schltr. 1913 - See Bulbophyllum dischorense Schltr. 1913

~Monosepalum muricatum (J.J.Sm.) Schltr. 1912 - See Bulbophyllum muricatum J.J.Sm. 1911

~Monosepalum torricellense Schltr. 1913 - See Bulbophyllum torricellense 1913

~`Monotris Lindl. 1835 - See Holothrix Rich. ex Lindl. 1835 SUBFAMILY Orchidiodeae, TRIBE Orchideae, SUBTRIBE Orchidinae.

~Monotris secunda Lindl. 1835 - See Holothrix cernua (Burm.f.) Schelpe 1966

~Montolivaea Rchb.f. 1881 - See Habenaria Willd. 1805 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Orchideae, SUBTRIBE Orchidinae.

~Montolivaea aethiopica (Szlach. & Olszewski) Szlach. 2001 - See Habenaria lefebureana (A.Rich.) T.Durand & Schinz 1894

~ Montolivaea attenuata (Hook.f.) Szlach. 2001 - See Habenaria attenuata Hook.f. 1864

~*Montolivaea elegans Rchb.f. 1881 - See Habenaria montolivaea Kraenzl. ex Engl. 1892

~Montolivaea lefebureana (A.Rich.) Szlach. 200- See Habenaria lefebureana (A.Rich.) T.Durand & Schinz 1894

~Montolivaea microceras (Hook.f.) Szlach. 2001 - See Habenaria microceras Hook.f. 1864

~Montolivaea petitiana (A.Rich.) Szlach. 2001 - See Habenaria petitiana (A.Rich.) T.Durand & Schinz 1894

~Montolivaea unalaschensis Rydb 1900 - See Herminium macrophyllum (D.Don) Dandy 1932

~`Monustes Raf. 1836-7 - See Listera R. Br. 1813 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Neottieae, SUBTRIBE Neottiinae.

~Monustes australis (R. Br.) Raf. 1836 - See Listera australis Lindl. 1840

~`Moorea Lem. 1855 - See Neomoorea Rolfe 1904 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae, SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae.

~*Moorea irrorata Rolfe 1890 - See Neomoorea irrorata (Rolfe) Rolfe 1904

Mormodes Lindley 1836 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae, SUBTRIBE Catasetinae.

This genus of 81 species runs from Mexico to Bolivia and Brazil and are epiphytes found in lower tropical forests. The fleshy psuedobulbs have heavily veined deciduous leaves and the inflorescence is produced from the middle of the psuedobulb a major distinguishing factor with the plant out of flower, between this genus and Catasetum which has a basal inflorescence. These plants are related to the Catasetum and can be crossed with them producing extremely bizarre flowers. The flowers are large and showy with similar sepals and petals, with the dorsal sepal arching over the column while lateral sepals flex back, the lip arises from the base of the apodal column which has reflexed lateral edges, two large side lobes and an acute apex. The erect column is twisted to the side allowing the anther and an elongate stigma to be exposed. There are two pollina with an elastic stipe and they are ejected by means of a sensitive mechanism. Intermediate to warm conditions suit these plants well and they like to be wet when the growth is happening but once maturity is attained in the fall all water and fertilizer should be withheld.

Common Name or Meaning Ghost-like orchids

Synonyms `Cyclosia Klotsch 1838

Type Species = ! = Mormodes atropurpurea Lindley 1836

    ~Mormodes amazonica Brade 1939 - See Mormodes buccinator Lindl 1840

  1. Mormodes andicola Salazar 1992

    SECTION Mormodes

    Part shade Hot LATESummer

  2. Mormodes andreettae Dodson 1982

    SECTION Mormodes

    Part sunWarmTo HotLATESpring THROUGH Winter

  3. Mormodes aromatica Lindl. 1841

    SECTION Coelodes

    to LATE EARLY

  4. !Mormodes atropurpurea Lindley 1836

    SECTION Mormodes

    to LATE to EARLY

    ~Mormodes atropurpurea Hook. 1851 - See Mormodes hookeri Lem. 1859

  5. Mormodes aurantiaca Schltr.1925

    SECTION Klotzschia

    Part shade Hot Spring

  6. Mormodes auriculata F.E.L.Miranda 1989

    SECTION Mormodes

    Part shade

  7. Mormodes badia Rolfe ex Watson 1897

  8. SECTION Mormodes

    FragrancePart sunWarmTo HotLATE Falland Winter

    ~Mormodes barbata Lindl. & Paxton 1851 - See Mormodes hookeri Lem. 1859

    ~Mormodes brachystachya Klotzsch 1852 - See Mormodes buccinator Lindl 1840

  9. Mormodes buccinator Lindl 1840

    SECTION Mormodes

    FragrancePart sunWarmTo HotLATE Winter To EARLY Spring

    ~Mormodes buccinator var. theiochlora Rchb.f. 1881 - See Mormodes buccinator Lindl 1840

  10. Mormodes cartonii Hook. 1846

    SECTION Mormodes

    FragrancePart sunWarm

  11. Mormodes castroi Salazar 1993

    SECTION Coryodes

  12. Mormodes chrysantha Salazar 1993

    SECTION Klotzschia

    FragrancePart sunHotTo Warm

  13. Mormodes claesiana Pabst 1968

    SECTION Mormodes

    Part shade Hot

  14. Mormodes colossus Rchb. f. 1852

    SECTION Mormodes

    FragrancePart sunWarmSpring

  15. Mormodes cozticxochitl Salazar 1990

    SECTION Mormodes

    LATE EARLY

  16. Mormodes dasilvae Salazar 1993

    SECTION Klotzschia

    Fragrance Part shade Hot WinterEARLY Spring

  17. Mormodes elegans F.E.L.Miranda 1989

    SECTION Klotzschia

    Part shade Hot LATESpring EARLY Summer

  18. Mormodes ephippilabia Fowlie 1964

    SECTION Mormodes

    Fragrance

  19. Mormodes escobarii Pabst 1969

    SECTION Mormodes

    Part shadeWarm

  20. Mormodes estradae Dodson 1980

    SECTION Mormodes

    Part Shade HotWarm LATESpringSummer

    ~Mormodes flavida Klotzsch 1852 - See Mormodes buccinator Lindl 1840

  21. Mormodes fractiflexa Rchb. f. 1872

    SECTION Mormodes

    FragrancePart sunWarmWinter

  22. Mormodes frymirei Dodson. 1980

    SECTION Mormodes

    FragrancePart sunWarmTo Hot THROUGH

    ~Mormodes greenei Hook.f. 1869 - See Mormodes uncia Rchb. f. 1859

    ~Mormodes hirsutissima F.E.L.Miranda 1989 - See Mormodes warscewiczii Klotzsch 1854

    ~Mormodes histrio Linden & Rchb. f. 1859 - See Mormodes lineata Bateman ex Lindl. 1841

  23. Mormodes hirtzii ?

  24. Mormodes hoehnei F.E.L.Miranda & K.G.Lacerda 1992

    SECTION Mormodes

    Part shadeHotFallEARLYWinter

    ~Mormodes holochrysa Rchb. f. 1874 - See Mormodes variabilis Rchb.f 1869

    ~Mormodes holochrysa Rchb.f. 1873 - See Mormodes variabilis Rchb.f 1869

  25. Mormodes hookeri Lem. 1859

    SECTION Mormodes

    FragrantPart sunWarmWinter

  26. Mormodes horichii Fowlie 1964

    SECTION Klotzschia

    Fragrance Part Shade Hot Winter

  27. Mormodes igneum Lindl. & Paxton 1852-3

    SECTION Mormodes

    Fragrancefull sunWarm TO HotWinterand Spring

    ~Mormodes incisa Rchb.f. 1879 - See Mormodes uncia Rchb. f. 1859

  28. Mormodes kleberii?

  29. Mormodes lawrenceana Rolfe 1890

    SECTION Mormodes

    ~Mormodes lentiginosa Hook. 1849 - See Mormodes buccinator Lindl 1840

    ~Mormodes leucochila Klotzsch 1853 - See Mormodes buccinator Lindl 1840

  30. Mormodes lineata Bateman ex Lindl. 1841

    SECTION Coryodes

    FragrancePart sunHotTo WarmFallWinter

  31. Mormodes luxata Lindl. 1842

    SECTION Coryodes

    Partial ShadeWarmCoolSummer THROUGH Fall

  32. Mormodes maculatum (Klotzsch) L.O. Williams 1850

    SECTION Coryodes

    FragrancePart sunWarm To HotFalland EARLY Winter

    ~Mormodes maculata var. unicolor (Hook.) L.O.Williams 1950 - See Mormodes maculatum [Klotzsch]L.O.Wms. 1850

    ~Mormodes marmorea Klotzsch 1853 - See Mormodes buccinator Lindl 1840

  33. Mormodes mejiae Pabst 1974

    SECTION Mormodes

    Part shadeWarm

  34. Mormodes morenoi R.Vásquez & Dodson 1998

    SECTION Coryodes

    Part shade Hot Warm Fall

  35. Mormodes nagelii L.O.Williams 1940

    SECTION Mormodes

    FragrantPart shade Hot Warm SummerEARLYFall

  36. Mormodes ocanae Linden & Rchb.f. 1863

    EARLIER

    ~Mormodes ocanae var. brachylobum Rchb.f. 1881 - See Mormodes ocanae Linden & Rchb.f. 1863

  37. Mormodes oestlundianum Salazar & Hágsater 1990

    SECTION Mormodes

    Part shade

  38. Mormodes paraensis Salazar & da Silva 1993

    SECTION Mormodes

    FragrancePart sun Warm Fall

  39. Mormodes pardalinata Rosillo 1979

    SECTION Coelodes

    FragrantPart SunWarm EARLYSummer

    ~Mormodes pardina Batem. 1838 - See Mormodes maculatum [Klotzsch]L.O.Wms. 1850

    ~Mormodes pardina var. unicolor Hook. 1841 - See Mormodes maculatum [Klotzsch]L.O.Wms. 1850

  40. Mormodes powellii Schltr. 1922

    SECTION Mormodes

    Part shade Hot LATEWinter EARLYSpring

  41. Mormodes punctata Rolfe 1891

    SECTION Mormodes

    ~Mormodes revoluta Rolfe 1909 - See Mormodes warscewiczii Klotzsch 1854

  42. Mormodes revolutum Rolfe 1909

    SECTION Mormodes

    FragrancePart sunWarmSummer

  43. Mormodes rolfeanum Linden 1891

    SECTION Mormodes

    FragrancePart sunWarmTo CoolSpring

  44. Mormodes romanii Dodson 1980

    SECTION Mormodes

    FragrancePart sunWarmTo CoolFall

  45. Mormodes rosea Barb. Rodr. 1882

    SECTION Mormodes

    and again

  46. Mormodes × salvadorensis Hamer & Garay 1974

    SECTION Coelodes

    to

  47. Mormodes sanguineoclaustra Fowlie 1970

    SECTION Coelodes

    LATE EARLY

  48. Mormodes sinuatum Rchb. f. & Warsc. 1878

    SECTION Mormodes

    FragrancePart sunHotSpring

  49. Mormodes skinneri Rchb. f. 1869

    SECTION Mormodes

    FragrancePart shadeWarmTo Hot Winter to EARLYSpring

  50. Mormodes sotoana Salazar 1992

    SECTION Mormodes

    THROUGH

  51. Mormodes sp.

  52. Mormodes sp

  53. Mormodes speciosa Linden ex Lindl. & Paxton 1853

    SECTION Mormodes

    Part shade Warm LATESpring

  54. Mormodes stenoglossa Schltr. 1923

    FragrancePart shadeWarmHotFall

  55. Mormodes tapoyaense F.E.L. Miranda & K. Lacerda 1992

    SECTION Mormodes

    FragranceFallhotFall

  56. Mormodes tezontle S.Rosillo de Velasco 1980

    SECTION Mormodes

    FragrancePart sunWarm LATEWinter and Spring

    ~Mormodes theiochlora (Rchb.f.) Salazar 1994 - See Mormodes buccinator Lindl 1840

  57. Mormodes tigrina Barb. Rodr. 1882

    SECTION Mormodes

  58. Mormodes tuxtlensis Salazar 1988

    FragrancePart sunCoolSpring To Fall

  59. Mormodes uncia Rchb. f. 1859

    SECTION Coelodes

    FragrancePart sunHotWarm LATESpring

  60. Mormodes variabilis Rchb.f 1869

    SECTION Mormodes

    FragrancePart sunWarmSpring

  61. Mormodes vernixioidea Pabst 1975

    SECTION Mormodes

    Part shadeHotFall

  62. Mormodes vinacea Hoehne 1910

    SECTION Mormodes

    Part shadeHotWarmFall

    ~Mormodes vitellina Klotzsch 1853 - See Mormodes buccinator Lindl 1840

    ~Mormodes wagneriana Klotzsch 1853 - See Mormodes buccinator Lindl 1840

  63. Mormodes warscewiczii Klotzsch 1854

    SECTION Coryodes

    Part shadeHotTo Warm LATE SpringSummer

    ~Mormodes wendlandii Rchb.f. 1863 - See Mormodes colossus Rchb. f. 1852

  64. Mormodes williamsii hort. 1865

    SECTION Coelodes

  65. Mormodes wolterianum Kraenzl. 1910

    SECTION Mormodes

    FragrancePart sunHot TO Warm

Mormolyca Fenzl 1850 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae, SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae.

A small genus of 7 species found in Central and northern South America as small epiphytes with one leafed fleshy pseudobulbs that have erect basal inflorescence with one flower with similar petals and sepals and a suberect lip with 3 lobes, middle one large, outer two are small, and it is decurved, the disc is callose and the column is wingless arcuate, with 4 waxy pollina attached to a lunate viscidium. They are best placed in a wood slat basket with a coarse mix and give them regular watering while growing and less after the bulbs are mature. A well grown plant will start to bloom in April or May and continue through the summer until late August.

Common Name or Meaning refers to the bizzarre flowers

Type Species = ! = Mormolyca lineolata Fenzl. 1849 = Mormolyca ringens [Lindley]Schlechter 1914

    ~Mormolyca acutifolia (Lindl.) M.A.Blanco 2007 - See Maxillaria acutifolia Lindley 1839

    ~Mormolyca aureoglobula (Christenson) M.A.Blanco 2007 - See Maxillaria aureoglobula Christenson 2002

    ~Mormolyca aurorae D.E.Benn. & Christenson 1998 - See Maxillaria aurorae D.E.Benn. & Christenson 1995

    ~Mormolyca chacoensis (Dodson) M.A. Blanco 2007 - See Maxillaria chacoensis Dodson 1989

    ~Mormolyca cleistogama (Brieger & Illg) M.A.Blanco 2007 - See Maxillaria cleistogama Brieger & Illg 1977

    ~*Mormolyca culebrica Bogarín & Pupulin 2010 - See Maxillaria culebrica (Bogarín & Pupulin) Christenson 2011

    ~Mormolyca dressleriana (Carnevali & J.T.Atwood) M.A.Blanco 2007 - See Maxillaria dressleriana Carnevali & J.T.Atwood 1996

    ~Mormolyca fumea Bogarín & Pupulin 2010 - See Maxillaria aureoglobula Christenson 2002

  1. Mormolyca gracilipes (Schltr.) Garay & Wirth 1959

    Part shadeHot TO WarmSpring THROUGH Fall

    ~Mormolyca hedwigiae (Hamer & Dodson) M.A.Blanco 2007 - See Maxillaria hedwigiae Hamer & Dodson 1982

    ~Mormolyca lehmanii (Rolfe) M.A.Blanco 2007 - See Chrysocycnis lehmanii Rolfe 1918

    ~Mormolyca lineolata Fenzl. 1849 - See Mormolyca ringens [Lindley]Schlechter 1914

    ~Mormolyca moralesii (Carnevali & J.T.Atwood) M.A.Blanco 2007 - See Maxillaria moralesii Carnevali & J.T.Atwood 1996

  2. Mormolyca peruviana C. Schweinf. 1944

    Part shadeHotCoolSummer

  3. Mormolyca polyphylla Garay & Wirth 1959

    Part sunHot TO WarmFall

    ~Mormolyca richii (Dodson) M.A.Blanco 2007 - See Maxillaria richii Dodson 1994

  4. !Mormolyca ringens [Lindley]Schltr. 1914

    Part sunWarmTo HotWinterSpringSummer

    ~Mormolyca rufescens (Lindl.) M.A.Blanco 2007 - See Maxillaria rufescens Lindley 1835

    ~Mormolyca sanantonioensis (Christenson) M.A.Blanco 2007 - See Maxillaria sanantonioensis Christenson 2002

    ~Mormolyca schlimii (Linden & Rchb.f.) M.A.Blanco 2007 - See Chrysocycnis schlimii Linden & Rchb. f. 1854

  5. Mormolyca schweinfurthiana Garay & M. Wirth 1959

    to

    ~Mormolyca sotoana (Carnevali & Gómez-Juárez) M.A.Blanco 2007 - See Maxillaria sotoana Carnevali & Gómez-Juárez 2001

  6. Mormolyca sp.

    ~Mormolyca suareziorum (Dodson) M.A.Blanco 2007- See Maxillaria suareziorum Dodson 1989

    ~Mormolyca tenuibulba (Christenson) M.A. Blanco 2007 - See Maxillaria tenuibulba Christenson 2001

~`Muluorchis J.J.Wood 1984 - See Tropidia Lindl. 1833 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae TRIBE Tropideae

~Muluorchis ramosa J.J.Wood 1984 - See Tropidia saprophytica J.J.Sm. 1927

~Muscarella Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis R. Brown 1813 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Pleurothallidinae

~Muscarella ancora (Luer & R.Vásquez) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis ancora Luer & R.Vásquez 1980

~Muscarella aristata (Hook.) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis aristata Hook. 1939

~Muscarella catoxys (Luer & Hirtz) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis catoxys Luer & Hirtz 1996

~Muscarella cestrochila (Garay) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis cestrochila Garay 1973

~Muscarella claviculata (Luer & Hirtz) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis claviculata Luer & Hirtz 1996

~Muscarella clavigera (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis clavigera Luer 1977

~Muscarella corynetes (Luer & R.Vásquez) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis corynetes Luer & R.Vásquez 1980

~Muscarella cynocephala (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis cynocephala Luer 1979

~Muscarella delicatula (Lindl.) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis delicatula Lindl. 1859

~Muscarella echinodes (Luer & R.Escobar) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis echinodes Luer & R.Escobar 1983

~Muscarella exesilabia (A.H.Heller & A.D.Hawkes) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis exesilabia A.H. Heller & A.D. Hawkes 1966

~Muscarella fuchsii (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis fuchsii Luer 1975

~Muscarella furcatipetala (Luer & Hirtz) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis furcatipetala Luer & Hirtz 2001

~Muscarella gongylodes (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis gongylodes Luer 1979

~Muscarella helenae (Fawc. & Rendle) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis helenae Fawc. & Rendle 1909

~Muscarella herpestes (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis herpestes Luer 1979

~Muscarella ichthyonekys (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis ichthyonekys Luer 1977

~Muscarella infinita (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis infinita Luer 1997 publ. 1998

~Muscarella intonsa (Luer & R.Escobar) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis intonsa Luer & R.Escobar 1981

~Muscarella kennedyi (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis kennedyi Luer 1977

~Muscarella latilabris (Foldats) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis latilabris Foldats 1968

~Muscarella lipothrix (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis lipothrix Luer 1984

~Muscarella llamachoi (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis llamachoi Luer 1998

~Muscarella longilabris (Lindl.) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis longilabris Lindl. 1858

~Muscarella macroblepharis (Rchb. f.) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis macroblepharis Rchb. f. 1874

~Muscarella marginata (Rich.) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis alata A.Rich. & Gal. 1845

~Muscarella megalops (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis megalops Luer 1982

~Muscarella oblonga (Luer & Hirtz) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis oblonga Luer & Hirtz 1996

~Muscarella perangusta (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis perangusta Luer 1976

~Muscarella quinqueseta (Ames) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis quinqueseta Ames 1925

~Muscarella samacensis (Ames) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis samacensis Ames 1923

~Muscarella schudelii (Luer & Hirtz) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis schudelii Luer & Hirtz 2002

~Muscarella semperflorens (Lindl.) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis semperflorens Lindl. 1859

~Muscarella sibatensis (F.Lehm. & Kraenzl.) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis sibatensis F.Lehm. & Kraenzl. 1899

~Muscarella strumosa (Ames) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis strumosa Ames 1925

~Muscarella stumpflei (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis stumpflei Luer 1979

~Muscarella tamboensis (Luer & R.Escobar) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis tamboensis Luer & R.Escobar 1981

~Muscarella tempestalis (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis tempestalis Luer 1977

~Muscarella trullifera (Luer & Hirtz) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis trullifera Luer & Hirtz 1996

~ Muscarella tsubotae (Luer & R.Escobar) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis tsubotae Luer & R.Escobar 1996

~ Muscarella villosilabia (Luer & Hirtz) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis villosilabia Luer & Hirtz 2002

~Muscarella xanthella (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis xanthella Luer 1975

~Muscarella zephyrina (Rchb.f.) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis zephyrina Rchb.f. 1855

~Myanthus Lindley 1832 - See Catasetum L.C. Rich 1822 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae, SUBTRIBE Catasetinae.

~*Myanthus barbatus Lindley 1836 - See Catasetum barbatum [Lindley]Lindley 1844

~Myanthus barbatus var immaculatus Knowles & Westcott - See Catasetum barbatum [Lindley]Lindley 18441844

~Myanthus callosus Beer 1854 - See Catasetum callosum Lindley 1840

~*Myanthus cernuus Lindley 1833 - See Catasetum cernuum [Lindley] Rchb.f 1863

~Myanthus cristatus (Lindl.) Lindl. ? - See Catasetum cristatum Lindl. 1824

~*Myanthus deltoideus Lindl.1836 - See Catasetum deltoideum (Lindl.) Mutel 1837

~*Myanthus fimbriatus C. Morr. 1848 - See Catasetum fimbriatum (C. Morr.) Lindl. & Paxton 1850-1

~Myanthus grandiflorus Beer 1854 - See Catasetum callosum Lindley 1840

~Myanthus lansbergii Reinw. & de Vriese 1851 - See Catasetum callosum Lindley 1840

~Myanthus sanguineus Linden 1851 - See Catasetum sanguineum Lindley & Paxton 1851-2

~Myanthus spinosus [Lindley]Hooker 1840 - See Catasetum barbatum [Lindley]Lindley 1844

~Myanthus warczewicii (Lindl. & Paxton) Beer 1954 - See Clowesia warczewitzii (Lindl. & Paxton) Dodson 1975

~Mycaranthes Bl. 1825 - See Eria Lindley 1825 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Podochileae, SUBTRIBE Eriinae.

~Mycaranthes abbreviata Blume ex Kraenzl. 1911 - See Eria oblitterata (Blume) Rchb. f. 1857

~Mycaranthes citrina (Ridl.) Rauschert 1983 - See Eria citrina Ridl. 1924

~Mycaranthes latifolia Blume 1825 - See Eria iridifolia Hook.f. 1890

~*Mycaranthes lobata Blume 1825 - See Eria lobata (Blume) Rchb.f.1857

~ Mycaranthes magnicallosa [Ames & Schweinf.] J.J. Wood 2011 - See Eria magnicallosa Ames & C.Schweinf. 1905

~Mycaranthes major [Ridl. ex stapf] J.J.Wood 2011 - See Eria major Ridl. ex Stapf 1894

~Mycaranthes monostachya (Lindl.) Rauschert 1983 - See Eria monostachya Lindl. 1859

~Mycaranthes obliqua Lindl. 1840 - See Eria obliqua (Lindl.) Lindl. 1859

*Mycaranthes obliterata Blume 1825 - See Eria oblitterata (Blume) Rchb. f. 1857

~Mycaranthes padangensis (Schltr.) Brieger 1981 - See Eria padangensis Schltr. 1911

~Mycaranthes pannea [Lindl.] J.J.Wood 2011 - See Eria pannea Lindl. 1828

~Mycaranthes rhinoceros (Ridl.) Rauschert 1983 - See Eria rhinoceros Ridl. 1917

~Mycaranthes ridleyi (Rolfe) Rauschert 1983 - See Eria oblitterata (Blume) Rchb. f. 1857

~Mycaranthes stricta (Lindl.) Lindl. 1830 - See Eria stricta Lindl. 1821

~Mycaranthes tjadasmalangensis (J.J.Sm.) Rauschert 1983 - See Eria tjadasmalangensis J.J.Sm. 1918

~Mycaranthes tricuspidata (Rolfe) Rauschert 1983 - See Eria tricuspidata Rolfe 1899

~Mycaranthes vanvuurenii (J.J.Sm.) Rauschert 1983 - See Eria tricuspidata Rolfe 1899

~`Myoda Lindley 1833 - Ludisia A. Rich 1825 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Cranichideae SUBTRIBE Goodyerinae

~Myoda rufescens Lindley 1832 - See Ludisia discolor [Ker-Gawl.]A. Rich 1825

~`Myodium Salisbury 1812 - See Ophrys L. 1753 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Orchideae SUBTRIBE Orchidinae

~Myodium araniferum (Huds.) Salisb. 1812 - See Ophrys sphegodes Miller 1768

Myoxanthus Poepp. & Endl. 1836 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Pleurothallidinae.

There are about 47 species of small to large, epiphytic, occasionally terrestrial, caespitose, repent or scandent, with the rhizome enclosed by usually hispidulous sheaths and the roots coarse to slender. The ramicauls are erect to ascending, non-pseudobulbless [although there can be basal swelling], shorter, the same as or longer than the leaf, unifoliate, partially enclosed by elongate imbricating sheaths. The inflorescence arises without an annulus, emerging laterally from the ramicaul or rarely directly from the rhizome. They have a single flower, or a fascile of single flowers, occuring successively or simultaneously, borne by a slender or stout peduncle, with a bract. The floral bracts are thin, tubular and sometimes inflated, other times pubescent or spiculate. Differing from Pleurothallis from which the species were removed in the hispid sheaths that cover the erect stems, the single flowers produced successively or simultaneously in the leaf axil and the variously thickened and extended tips of the petals. In general they need moderate shade and high humidity with watering and fertilizer year round. They can be potted but are better presented mounted as they can form large masses.

Common Name or Meaning refers to the fleshy red-brown sepals

According to Carl Luer.

Synonyms Chaetocephala Barb. Rodr. 1882; Dubois-Reymondia H. Karst. 1848; Duboisia H. Karst. 1947; Pleurothallis sect. Chaetocephala (Barb. Rodr.) Cogn. 1896; Reymondia H. Karst. ex Kuntze 1903

Type Species = ! = Myoxanthus monophyllus Poepp. & Endl. 1836

  1. Myoxanthus affinis (Lindl.) C.A.Luer 1982

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Myoxanthus Luer 1992

    Full shadeCoolTo Hot Winter Spring

    ~Myoxanthus affinoides Luer 1983 -See Myoxanthus ceratothallis ( Rchb.f. ) Luer 1982

    ~Myoxanthus alexanderae (Schltr.) Luer 1922 - See Echinosepala aspasicensis (Rchb. f.) Pridgeon & M.W. Chase 2002

  2. Myoxanthus antennifer Luer & Hirtz 1992

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Antennella Luer 1992

    Full ShadeCool to WarmFall

    ~Myoxanthus aspasicensis (Rchb. f.) Luer 1986 - See Echinosepala aspasicensis (Rchb. f.) Pridgeon & M.W. Chase 2002

    ~Myoxanthus balaeniceps (Luer & Dressler) Luer 1992 - See Echinosepala balaeniceps (Luer & Dressler) Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 2002

    ~Myoxanthus beyrichii (Rchb.f.) Luer 1982 - See Pleurothallis scabripes Lindl. 1839

  3. Myoxanthus ceratothallis ( Rchb.f. ) Luer 1982

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Antennella Luer 1992

    Part shadeWarmColdSummerFall

  4. Myoxanthus cimex ( Luer & R.Escobar ) Luer 1982

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Antennella Luer 1992

    Part sunCoolTo WarmSummer

  5. Myoxanthus colothrix (Luer) Luer 1982

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Myoxanthus Luer 1992

    Part shade WarmSummerFall

    ~Myoxanthus conceicionensis M.Frey & N.Sanson 2006 - See Myoxanthus seidelii (Pabst) Luer 1982

  6. Myoxanthus congestus (A.Rich. & Galeotti) Soto Arenas 2008

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Myoxanthus Luer 1992

    Part shadeWarmHotFall

  7. Myoxanthus dasyllis Luer & Hirtz 1992

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Myoxanthus Luer 1992

    Full shade Warm cool Winter Spring Summer Fall

  8. Myoxanthus ephelis (Luer) Luer 1982

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Antennella Luer 1992

  9. Myoxanthus epibator Luer & R.Escobar 1992

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Scandentia Luer 1992

    to

  10. Myoxanthus eumeces (Luer) Luer 1982

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Antennella Luer 1992

    LATER

  11. Myoxanthus exasperatus (Lindl.) Luer 1982

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Myoxanthus Luer 1992

    Part sunCoolTo HotSpring

  12. Myoxanthus fimbriatus Luer & Hirtz 1992

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Scandentia Luer 1992

    Part shade WarmSpringSummer

  13. Myoxanthus frutex (Schltr.) Luer 1982

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Scandentia Luer 1992

    Full shade cool Cold LATEWinter Through EARLY Fall

  14. Myoxanthus georgei (Luer) Luer 1982

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Antennella Luer 1992

    Part Shade hotwarm LATE Winter Spring Summer

  15. Myoxanthus gorgon Luer 1983

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Myoxanthus Luer 1992

  16. Myoxanthus gyas (Luer & R.Vásquez) Luer 1982

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Scandentia Luer 1992

    Full shade Cold LATERSpring Summer

    ~Myoxanthus herzogii[Schlechter] Luer 1882 - See Myoxanthus ceratothallis ( Rchb.f. ) Luer 1982

  17. Myoxanthus hirsuticaulis (Ames & C.Schweinf.) Luer 1982

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Antenella Luer 1992

    Full Shade Hot Warm FallWinterEARLYSpring

  18. Myoxanthus hystrix (Rchb.f.) Luer 1982

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Antennella Luer 1992

    Full ShadeColdWinter to spring

    ~Myoxanthus lancipetalus (H.Karst.) Luer 1982 - See Myoxanthus ceratothallis ( Rchb.f. ) Luer 1982

    ~Myoxanthus lappiformis (A.H.Heller & L.O.Williams) Luer 1986 - See Echinosepala lappiformis (A.H.Heller & L.O.Williams) Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 2002

  19. Myoxanthus lonchophyllus (Barb. Rodr.) Luer 1982

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Antennella Luer 1992

    Part shadeWarmTo CoolWinterSpringSummerFall

  20. Myoxanthus mejiae (Garay & Dunst.) Luer 1982

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Antennella Luer 1992

  21. Myoxanthus melittanthus (Schltr.) Luer 1982

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Antennella Luer 1992

    to

  22. Myoxanthus merae (Luer) Luer 1982

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Antennella Luer 1992

  23. !Myoxanthus monophyllus Poepp. & Endl. 1836

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Myoxanthus Luer 1992

    Part shade HotWarmSpringSummer

  24. Myoxanthus montanus P.Ortiz 1997

    to

  25. Myoxanthus neillii Luer & Dodson 1992

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Myoxanthus

    LATER EARLY

    ~Myoxanthus octomeriae (Schltr.) Luer 1982 - See Myoxanthus congestus (A.Rich. & Galeotti) Soto Arenas 2008

  26. Myoxanthus octomerioides (Lindl.) Luer 1982

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Myoxanthus Luer 1992

    ~Myoxanthus octomerioides var. octomeriae (Schltr.) O.Gruss & M.Wolff 2007 - See Myoxanthus congestus (A.Rich. & Galeotti) Soto Arenas 2008

  27. Myoxanthus ovatipetalus Chiron & Xim.Bols. 2009

    LATER

    ~ Myoxanthus pan (Luer) Luer 1986 - See Echinosepala pan (Luer) Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 2002

    ~Myoxanthus parahybunensis (Barb. Rodr.) Luer 1982 - See Myoxanthus exasperatus (Lindl.) Luer 1982

  28. Myoxanthus parvilabius (C.Schweinf.) Luer 1982

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Scandentia Luer 1992

    LATER THROUGH MID

    ~Myoxanthus pastacensis (Luer) Luer 1986 - See Echinosepala aspasicensis (Rchb. f.) Pridgeon & M.W. Chase 2002

  29. Myoxanthus priapus Luer 1983

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Antenella Luer 1992

    LATE THROUGH MID

  30. Myoxanthus pulvinatus (Barb.Rodr.) Luer 1992

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Myoxanthus Luer 1992

  31. Myoxanthus punctatus (Barb. Rodr.) Luer 1982

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Antennella Luer 1992

    to

  32. Myoxanthus reymondii (H. Karst.) Luer 1982

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Antennella Luer 1992

    Part shadeCool TO ColdSummer

  33. Myoxanthus ruschii Fraga & L.Kollmann 2003

  34. Myoxanthus sarcodactylae (Luer) Luer 1982

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Myoxanthus Luer 1992

    Part shade HotSummer

    ~Myoxanthus scabripes (Lindl.) Luer 1982 - See Pleurothallis scabripes Lindl. 1839

  35. Myoxanthus scandens (Ames) Luer 1982

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Scandentia Luer 1992

    Part shadeHotTo WarmWinterSpringSummerFall

  36. Myoxanthus seidelii (Pabst) Luer 1982

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Antennella Luer 1992

    to

    ~Myoxanthus sempergemmatus (Luer) Luer 1986 - See Echinosepala sempergemmata (Luer) Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 2002

  37. Myoxanthus serripetalus (Kraenzl.) Luer 1982

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Antennella Luer 1992

    Part shadeColdTo CoolWinterSummerFall

  38. Myoxanthus simplicicaulis (C.Schweinf.) Luer 1982

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Antennella Luer 1992

    LATE THROUGH

  39. Myoxanthus sotoanus Pupulin, Bogarín & Mel.Fernández 2010

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Scandentia Luer 1992

  40. Myoxanthus sp.

  41. Myoxanthus speciosus (Luer) Luer 1982

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Myoxanthus Luer 1992

    ~Myoxanthus spilanthus (Barb.Rodr.) Luer 1986 - See Pleurothallis spilantha Barb.Rodr. 1881

    ~Myoxanthus stonei (Luer) Luer 1986 - See Echinosepala stonei (Luer) Pridgeon & M.W. Chase 2002

    ~Myoxanthus tomentosus (Luer) Pupulin & M.A.Blanco 2001 - See Echinosepala tomentosa (Luer) Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 2002

  42. Myoxanthus trachychlamys (Schltr.) Luer 1982

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Antennella Luer 1992

    Part sunHot Cool Summer

    ~Myoxanthus uncinatus ( Fawc. ) Luer 1986 - See Echinosepala uncinata ( Fawc. ) Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 2002

  43. Myoxanthus uxorius (Luer) Luer 1982

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Antennella Luer 1992

    Part shadeColdTo Spring

    ~*Myoxanthus vittatus Pupulin & M.A.Blanco 2001 - See Echinosepala vittata (Pupulin & M.A.Blanco) Luer 2007

  44. Myoxanthus werneri Luer 2006

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Myoxanthus Luer 1992

  45. Myoxanthus xiphion Luer 1982

    SUBGENUS Myoxanthus SECTION Antennella Luer 1992

~Myrmechila D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem. 2005 - See Chiloglottis R. Brown 1810 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Diurideae, SUBTRIBE Caladeniinae

~Myrmechila formicifera (Fitzg.) D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem.2005 - See Chiloglottis formicifera Fitzg. 1877

~Myrmechila platyptera (D.L.Jones) D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem. 2005 - See Chiloglottis platyptera D.L.Jones 1991

~Myrmechila trapeziformis (Fitzg.) D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem 2005 - See Chiloglottis trapeziformis D.L. Jones 1877

~Myrmechila trullata (D.L.Jones) D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem 2005 - See Chiloglottis trullata D.L.Jones 1991

~Myrmechila truncata (D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem.) D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem. 2005 - See Chiloglottis truncata D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem.1987

Myrmechis Blume 1859 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Cranichideae SUBTRIBE Goodyerinae

There are 6 or so species in this diminutive Jewel Orchid genus with an above ground horizontal stem that turns up before flowering and have a few leaves spread out on the stem but have several together at the inflorescence base and carry 2 to 3, resupinate flowers that do not open well. The flowers have free sepals but the dorsal one is joined to the petals to form an umbrella over the column. The lip has an elongate claw with a spreading apex and inside the saccate basethere are two, bilobed glands, two stigmas and 2 pollina.

Common Name or Meaning

Synonyms Ramphidia Miq. 1858; Tubilabium J.J.Sm. 1928

Type Species = ! = Anoectochilus gracilis Bl 1825 = Myrmechis gracilis [Bl.] Bl. 1859

  1. Myrmechis drymoglossifolia Hayata 1916

    Full shade Cool Cold LATERSpring THROUGHSummer

    ~Myrmechis franchetiana (King & Pantl.) Schlrtr. 1919 - See Myrmechis pumila (Hook.f.) Tang & F.T.Wang 1951

  2. Myrmechis glabra Blume 1859

    Full Shade Warm Cold

  3. !Myrmechis gracilis (Blume) Blume 1859

  4. Myrmechis japonica (Rchb.f.) Rolfe 1903

    ~Myrmechis japonica var. sasakii (Yamam.) S.S.Ying 1977 - See Myrmechis drymoglossifolia Hayata 1916

    ~Myrmechis japonica (Reichenbach f.) Rolfe var. tsukusiana Masamune - See Myrmechis japonica (Rchb.f.) Rolfe 1903

  5. Myrmechis philippinensiis Ames 1908

  6. Myrmechis pumila (Hook.f.) Tang & F.T.Wang 1951LATE Spring EARLY Summer

    ~Myrmechis sasakii Yamam. 1926 - See Myrmechis drymoglossifolia Hayata 1916

Myrmecophila Rolfe 1917 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Laeliinae.

Most of these 10 species were listed in Schomburgkia but have been moved to the genus Myrmecophila, which means ant bearing, and as the name implies they have psuedobulbs that are naturally hollow to accommodate an ant colony who keep the long growing, long spiking inflorescence and buds safe from predators such as thrips, who would suck the buds dry in a second.

Common Name or Meaning Ant-Loving Orchids

Type Species = ! = Schomburgkia tibicinis Batem. 1917 = Myrmecophila tibicinis [Batem.] Rolfe 1917

  1. Myrmecophila albopurpurea [Strachan ex Fawcett]Nir 2000

    SUBGENUS Chaunoschomburgkia

    Full sunHot

  2. Myrmecophila brysiana (Lem.) G.C. Kenn. 1979

    SUBGENUS Chaunoschomburgkia

    Full sunWarmTo HotSpringSpring

    ~Myrmecophila brysiana var. thompsoniana (Lem.) G.C. Kenn. 1979 - See Myrmecophila thompsoniana [Rchb.f] Rolfe 1917

    ~Myrmecophila chionodora [Rchb.f]Rolfe 1917 - See Myrmecophila galeottiana (A. Rich.) Rolfe 1917

    ~Myrmecophila chionodora var kimballiana [Rchb.f] Kennedy 1979 - See Myrmecophila galeottiana (A. Rich.) Rolfe 1917

  3. Myrmecophila exaltata (Kraenzl.) G.C. Kenn. 1979

    SUBGENUS Chaunoschomburgkia

    Part sunHot

  4. Myrmecophila galeottiana (A. Rich.) Rolfe 1917

    SUBGENUS Chaunoschomburgkia

    Full sunWarmTo HotFall

    ~Myrmecophila grandiflora (Lindl.) Carnevali & J.L.Tapia & I.Ramírez 2001 - See Myrmecophila tibicinis [Bateman]Rolfe 1917

  5. Myrmecophila humboldtii [Rchb.f] Rolfe 1917

    SUBGENUS Chaunoschomburgkia

    FragranceFull sunWarmTo HotSpring

    ~Myrmecophila lepidissima [Rchb.f] Rolfe 1917 - See Myrmecophila galeottiana (A. Rich.) Rolfe 1917

    ~Myrmecophila sanderiana [Rolfe] Rolfe 1917 - See Myrmecophila galeottiana (A. Rich.) Rolfe 1917

  6. Myrmecophila thompsoniana [Rchb.f] Rolfe 1917

    SUBGENUS Chaunoschomburgkia

    FragranceFull sunHotSpringSummer

  7. !Myrmecophila tibicinis [Bateman] Rolfe 1917

    SUBGENUS Chaunoschomburgkia

    FragranceFull sunWarmTo HotSpring

  8. Myrmecophila wendlandii (Rchb. f.) G.C. Kenn. 1979

    SUBGENUS Chaunoschomburgkia

    Full sunWarmTo HotWinterSpringand Summer

~`Myrobroma Salisb. 1807 - See Vanilla Miller 1754 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vanilleae, SUBTRIBE Vanillinae.

~Myrobroma fragrans Salisb. 1807 - See Vanilla planifolia Jacks. ex Andrews 1808

Myrosmodes Rchb.f. 1854 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Cranichideae SUBTRIBE Cranichidinae

There are 15 species in the Andes of South America in this high montain, cloud forest terrestrial genus characterized by a basal rosette of leaves a lateral inflorescence carrying dense, non-resupinate flowers with the dorsal sepal and the petals adnate to the back of the column above the base, united sepals at the base forming an elongate tube and an erect lip with no involute edges, an erect, glabrous column with a large stigma, a truncate rostellum carrying 4 soft pollina attached to a viscidium.

Common Name or Meaning The Perfumed Orchid

Type Species = ! = Myrosmodes nubigenum Rchb.f. 1854

  1. Myrosmodes cleefii Szlach., Mytnik & S.Nowak 2012

  2. Myrosmodes cochleare Garay 1978

  3. Myrosmodes gymnandra (Rchb.f.) C.A.Vargas 2011

  4. !Myrosmodes nubigenum Rchb.f. 1854

    FragranceDeep ShadeCold

    ~Myrosmodes pumilio (Schltr.) C.A.Vargas 1995 - See Myrosmodes nubigenum Rchb.f. 1854

  5. Myrosmodes reticulata Szlach., Mytnik & S.Nowak e-published 2012

  6. Myrosmodes rhynchocarpum (Schltr.) Garay 1978

  7. Myrosmodes subnivalis Szlach., Mytnik & S.Nowak [epublished]2012

Mystacidium Lindley 1837 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aerangidinae.

A genus of 10 mini-miniature sized species found epiphytically in Africa.

Common Name or Meaning refers to the mustache-like lateral teeth of the viscidium

Type Species = ! = Mystacidium filicorne Lindley 1836 - Mystacidium capense L.f. 1917

  1. Mystacidium aliceae Bolus 1911

    Full Shade CoolSpring THROUGHSummer

    ~Mystacidium aphyllum (Thouars) Cordem. 1895 - See Solenangis aphylla (Thouars) Summerh. 1943

    ~Mystacidium arachnanthus (Rchb.f.) T.Durand & Schinz 1894 - See Jumellea arachnantha [Rchb.f]Schlechter 1915

    ~Mystacidium arthrophyllum Kraenzl. 1916 - See Angraecum pungens Schltr.1906

    ~Mystacidium batesii Rolfe 1897 - See Rangaeris muscicola (Rchb.f.) Summerh. 1936

  2. Mystacidium braybonae Summerh. 1949

    FragrancePart shadeWarmLATESpring Summer

    ~Mystacidium caffrum (Bolus) Bolus 1905 - See Margelliantha caffra (Bolus) P.J.Cribb & J.Stewart 1985

    ~Mystacidium calcecolus (Thouars) Cordem. 1895 - See Angraecum calceolus Thouars 1822

  3. !Mystacidium capense (L. f.) Druce 1917

    Fragrance Full shadeWarmTo HotLATE Spring EARLYSummer

    ~Mystacidium carpophorum (Thouars) Cordem. 1895 - See Angraecum calceolus Thouars 1822

    ~Mystacidium caulescens (Thouars) Ridl. 1885 - See Angraecum caulescens Thouars 1822

    ~Mystacidium caulescens var. multiflorum (Thouars) T.Durand & Schinz 1894 - See Angraecum multiflorum Thouars 1822

    ~*Mystacidium cilaosianum Cordem. 1899 - See Angraecum cilaosianum (Cordem.) Schltr. 1915

    ~Mystacidium clavatum (Rendle) Rolfe 1897 - See Angraecum multinominatum Rendle 1913

    ~Mystacidium comorense (Rchb. f.) T. Durand & Schinz 1892 - See Jumellea comorensis (Rchb. f.) Schltr. 1915

    ~Mystacidium costatum (Frapp. ex Cordem.) Cordem. 1899 - See Angraecum costatum Frapp. ex Cordem. 1895

    ~Mystacidium curnowianus (Rchb.f.) Rolfe 1904 - See Angraecum curnowianum (Rchb. f.) T. Durand & Schinz 1894

    ~*Mystacidium curvatum Rolfe 1897 - See Rhipidoglossum curvatum (Rolfe) Garay 1972

    ~Mystacidium dentiens (Rchb.f.) T.Durand & Schinz 1894 - See Aeranthes dentiens Rchb.f. 1885

    ~Mystacidium distichum (Lindl.) Benth. 1881 - See Angraecum distichum Lindl. 1836

    ~Mystacidium distichum var. grandifolium De Wild. 1908 - See Angraecum aporoides Summerh. 1964

    ~*Mystacidium dolabriforme Rolfe 1891 - See Angraecopsis dolabriformis (Rolfe) Schltr. 1918

    ~Mystacidium duemmerianum Kraenzl. 1929 - See Diaphananthe bidens (Afzel. ex Sw.) Schltr. 1914

    ~Mystacidium erythropollinium (Rchb.f.) T.Durand & Schinz 1894 - See Rhipidoglossum xanthopollinium [Rchb.f] Schlechter 1918

    ~Mystacidium exile (Lindl.) T.Durand & Schinz 1894 - See Microcoelia exilis Lindl. 1830

    ~Mystacidium filicorne Lindley 1836 - See Mystacidium capense (L. f.) Druce 1917

  4. Mystacidium flanaganii (Bolus) Bolus 1905

    FragranceDeep shade WarmCoolLATESpringEARLYSummer

    ~Mystacidium fragrantissimum (Rchb.f.) Benth. & Hook.f. 1883 - See Diaphananthe fragrantissima (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1918

    ~Mystacidium germinyanum (Hook. f.) Rolfe 1904 - See Angraecum germinyanum Hook. f. 1889

    ~Mystacidium gerrardii (Rchb.f.) Bolus 1889 - See Rhipidoglossum xanthopollinium [Rchb.f] Schlechter 1918

    ~Mystacidium gilpinae (Rchb.f. & S.Moore) T.Durand & Schinz 1894 - See Microcoelia gilpinae (Rchb. f. & S. Moore) Summerh. 1943

    ~Mystacidium gladiator (Rchb.f.) T.Durand & Schinz 1894 - See Jumellea gladiator (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1915

    ~Mystacidium gladiifolium (Thouars) Rolfe 1904 - See Angraecum mauritianum [Poir.]Frapp. 1891

    ~Mystacidium globulosum (Hochst.) T.Durand & Schinz 1894 - See Microcoelia globulosa (Hochst. ex A. Rich.) L. Jonsson 1981

  5. Mystacidium gracile Harv 1907

    FragranceFull shadeWarmTo CoolWinterSpring

    ~Mystacidium gracile (Thouars) Finet 1907 - See Angraecum gracile Thouars 1822

    ~*Mystacidium gracillimum Rolfe 1913 - See Angraecopsis gracillima (Rolfe) Summerh. 1937

    ~Mystacidium grandidieranum (Rchb.f.) T.Durand & Schinz 1894 - See Neobathiea grandidierana (Rchb.f.) Garay 1972

    ~Mystacidium gravenreuthii (Kraenzl.) Rolfe 1897 - See Aerangis gravenreuthii (Kraenzl.) Schltr. 1918

    ~*Mystacidium hariotianum Kraenzl. 1897 - See Microterangis hariotiana (Kraenzl.) Senghas 1985

    ~*Mystacidium hermannii Cordem. 1899 - See Angraecum hermannii (Cordem.) Schltr. 1915

    ~Mystacidium inapertum (Thouars) Ridl. 1885 - See Angraecum inapertum Thouars 1822

    ~Mystacidium infundibulare [Lindl.] Rolfe 1898 - See Angraecum infundibulare Lindley 1862

    ~*Mystacidium laurentii De Wild. 1903 - See Tridactyle laurentii (De Wild.) Schltr. 1918

    ~Mystacidium ledermannianum Kraenzl. 1914 - See Tridactyle tridactylites (Rolfe) Schltr. 1918

    ~*Mystacidium leonis Rolfe 1904 - See Angraecum leonis [Rchb.f]Veitch 1885

    ~Mystacidium longicornu T. Durand & Schinz 1895 - See Mystacidium capense (L. f.) Druce 1917

    ~*Mystacidium longifolium Kraenzl. 1893 - See Ypsilopus longifolius (Kraenzl.) Summerh. 1949

    ~Mystacidium longinode (Frapp. ex Cordem.) Cordem. 1899 - See Angraecum patens Frapp. ex Cordem. 1895

    ~Mystacidium mahonii Rolfe 1906 - See Rhipidoglossum xanthopollinium [Rchb.f] Schlechter 1918

    ~Mystacidium mauritianum (Poir.) T.Durand & Schinz 1894 - See Angraecum mauritianum [Poir.]Frapp. 1891

    ~Mystacidium micranthum (Lindl.) T. Durand & Schinz 1895 - See Campylocentrum micranthum (Lindl.) Rolfe 1903

    ~*Mystacidium millarii Bolus 1905 - See Diaphananthe millarii (Bolus) H.P.Linder 1989

    ~Mystacidium multiflorum (Thouars) Cordem. 1899 - See Angraecum multiflorum Thouars 1822

    ~Mystacidium muscicolum (Rchb.f.) T.Durand & Schinz 1894 - See Rangaeris muscicola (Rchb.f.) Summerh. 1936

    ~Mystacidium nanum (Frapp. ex Cordem.) Cordem. 1899 - See Angraecum nanum Frapp. ex Cordem. 1895

    ~Mystacidium obversifolium (Frapp. ex Cordem.) Cordem 1899 - See Angraecum obversifolium Frapp. ex Cordem. 1895

    ~*Mystacidium ochraceum Ridl. 1885 - See Angraecum ochraceum (Ridl.) Schltr. 1915

    ~Mystacidium parvum (P.J.Cribb) R.Rice 2006 - See Angraecopsis parva (P.J.Cribb) P.J.Cribb 1989

    ~Mystacidium pectinatum (Thouars) Benth. 1881 - See Angraecum pectinatum Thouars 1822

    ~Mystacidium pedunculatum Rolfe 1897 - See Angraecopsis parviflora (Thouars) Schltr. 1914

    ~Mystacidium peglerae Bolus 1905 - See Rhipidoglossum xanthopollinium [Rchb.f] Schlechter 1918

    ~Mystacidium pellucidum (Lindl.) Benth. & Hook.f. 1883 - See Diaphananthe pellucida [Lindley]Schlechter 1914

    ~Mystacidium physophorum (Rchb.f.) T.Durand & Schinz 1894 - See Microcoelia physophora (Rchb.f.) Summerh. 1943

    ~Mystacidium pingue (Frapp. ex Cordem.) Cordem. 1899 - See Angraecum pingue Frapp. ex Cordem. 1895

    ~Mystacidium polyanthum Kraenzl. 1914 - See Rhipidoglossum polyanthum (Kraenzl.) Szlach. & Olszewski 2001

    ~Mystacidium productum Kraenzl. 1895 - See Diaphananthe bidens (Afzel. ex Sw.) Schltr. 1914

  6. Mystacidium pusillum Harv. 1863

    Deep shade WarmWinter

    ~Mystacidium quintasii (Rolfe) R.Rice 2006 - See Diaphananthe rohrii (Rchb.f.) Summerh. 1960

    ~Mystacidium radicosum T.Durand & Schinz 1894 - See Microcoelia globulosa (Hochst. ex A. Rich.) L. Jonsson 1981

    ~Mystacidium rutilum (Rchb. f.) T. Durand & Schinz 1895 - See Rhipidoglossum rutilum (Rchb. f.) Schltr. 1918

    ~Mystacidium schumannii (Kraenzl.) Rolfe 1897 - See Ancistrorhynchus schumannii (Kraenzl.) Summerh. 1948

    ~Mystacidium sesquipedale Rolfe 1904 - See Angraecum sesquipedale Thou. 1822

    ~Mystacidium striatum (Thouars) Cordem. 1899 - See Angraecum striatum Thouars 1822

    ~Mystacidium taeniophylloides Kraenzl. 1929 - See Mystacidium venosum Harv. ex Rolfe 1912

  7. Mystacidium tanganyikense Summerh. 1945

    Fragrance Part Shade Warm Cool

    ~*Mystacidium tenellum Ridl. 1885 - See Angraecum tenellum (Ridl.) Schltr. 1915

    ~Mystacidium thouarsii Finet 1907 - See Angraecum gracile Thouars 1822

  8. Mystacidium venosum Harv. ex Rolfe 1912

    to

    ~Mystacidium verrucosum (Rendle) Rolfe 1897 - See Angraecum conchiferum Lindl. 1836

    ~Mystacidium viride Ridl. 1886 - See Angraecum rhynchoglossum Schltr. 1925

    ~*Mystacidium walleri Rolfe 1897 - See Jumellea walleri (Rolfe) la Croix 2000

    ~Mystacidium xanthopollinium T.Durand & Schinz 1895 - See Rhipidoglossum xanthopollinium [Rchb.f] Schlechter 1918

    ~Mystacidium zeylanicum (Lindl.) Trimen 1885 - See Angraecum zeylanicum Lindl. 1858

~`Mystacorchis Szlach. & Marg. 2001 - See Pleurothallis R. Brown 1813 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Pleurothallidinae

~Mystacorchis mystax [Luer] Szach & Marg. 2001 - See Pleurothallis mystax Luer 1976

Nabaluia Ames 1920 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Podochileae, SUBTRIBE Coelogyninae.

There are 3 species in this medium to large sized, epiphytic or lithophytic genus occuring solely in Borneo and shares the saccate lip of Pholidota but differs in having groups of hairs on the inside of the perianth and has long slender side lobes that project in front of the hypochile and between them is a horse-shoe shaped callus.

Common Name or Meaning Refers to a part of Mount Kinabalu in Borneo

Type Species = ! = Nabaluia clemensii Ames 1920

  1. Nabaluia angustifolia de Vogel 1984

    Part Shade Warm ColdSpring Fall

  2. !Nabaluia clemensii Ames 1920

    deep shade Coolcold

`Nageliella L.O.Williams 1940 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Laeliinae

Two species in Central America make up this genus that differs from epidendrum by it's gibbous or saccate base to the lip and the definite mentum of the flowers. It is an epiphyte or rarely a terrestrial.

Common Name or Meaning Named for Otto Nagel a German orchid collector

Synonyms `Hartwegia Lindley 1831

Type Species = ! = Nageliella purpurea [Lindley]L.O.Wms. 1940

  1. Nageliella angustifolia (Booth ex Lindl.) Ames & Correll 1942

    Part shadeWarm To CoolSummerand Fall

    ~Nageliella bergeriana (Schltr.) Ames & Correll 1952 - See Homalopetalum kienastii [Rchb.f] Withner 1998

    ~Nageliella gemma [Rchb.f] Dressler 1966 - See Nageliella angustifolia (Booth ex Lindl.) Ames & Correll 1942

  2. !Nageliella purpurea [Lindley]L.O.Williams 1940

    Part shadeWarmTo CoolSummer

~Nanodes Lindley 1832 - See Epidendrum L. 1763 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Laeliinae

~Nanodes brevicaule (Schltr.) Brieger 1976 - See Epidendrum schlechterianum Ames 1924

~Nanodes congesta (Rolfe) C.Nelson, J.Sutherl. & FernaldCasas 1998 - See Epidendrum congestum Rolfe 1913

~Nanodes discolor Lindl. 1832 - See Epidendrum schlechterianum Ames 1924

~Nanodes gnomus (Schltr.) Brieger 1977 - See Epidendrum peperomia Rchb. f. 1854

~Nanodes matthewsii [Rchb.f] Rolfe 1892 - See Epidendrum peperomia Rchb. f. 1854

~Nanodes medusae Rchb. f. 1867 - See Epidendrum medusae (Rchb. f.) Pfitzer 1889

~Nanodes porpax (Rchb. f.) Brieger 1960 - See Epidendrum porpax Rchb.f. 1855

~Nanodes porpax (Rchb. f.) Brieger & Lückel 1978 - See Epidendrum porpax Rchb.f. 1855

~Nanodes schlechterianum (Ames) Brieger 1960 - See Epidendrum schlechterianum Ames 1924

~`Narica Raf. 1836[1837] - See Sarcoglottis C. Presl 1827 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Cranichideae SUBTRIBE Spiranthinae

~Narica moschata Raf. 1837 - See Sarcoglottis acaulis (Sm.) Schltr. 1919

~Nasonia Lindley 1844 - See Fernandezia Ruiz & Pavon 1798 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae, SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae

~Nasonia cinnabarina Linden & Rchb.f. 1867 - See Fernandezia maculata Garay & Dunst.1972

~*Nasonia ionanthera Rchb.f & Warsc. 1855 - See Fernandezia ionanthera [Rchb.f & Wars.] Schlechter 1920

~*Nasonia myrtillus Rchb.f. 1855 - See Fernandezia myrtillus (Rchb.f.) Garay & Dunst. 1972

~Nasonia punctata Lindl. 1845 - See Fernandezia maculata Garay & Dunst.1972

~Nasonia robusta Schltr. 1921 - See Fernandezia sanguinea (Lindl.) Garay & Dunst. 1972

~*Nasonia sanguinea Lindl. 1846 - See Fernandezia sanguinea (Lindl.) Garay & Dunst 1972

~`Nauenia Klotzsch 1853 - See Lacaena Lindl. 1843 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Gongoreae, SUBTRIBE Stanhopeinae.

~Nauenia spectabilis Klotzsch 1853 - See Lacaena spectabilis (Klotzsch) Rchb.f. 1854

~`Neippergia C. Morren 1849 - See Acineta Lindl. 1843 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae , TRIBE Gongoreae, SUBTRIBE Stanhopeinae

~*Neippergia chrysantha C. Morren 1849 - See Acineta chrysantha (C. Morren) Lindl. & Paxton 1850-1

~`Nemacianthus D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem. 2002 - See Acianthus R. Brown 1810 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Diurideae, SUBTRIBE Acianthinae,

~Nemacianthus caudatus ( R.Br. ) D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem. 2002 - See Acianthus caudatus R. Br. 1810

Nemaconia Knowles & Westc. 1838 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Laeliinae.

There are 6 species in this recently ressurected genus of orchids carved from Ponera and Scaphyglottis.

Common Name or Meaning

Type Species = ! = Fernandezia graminifolia Ruiz & Pav. 1798 = Nemaconia graminifolia Knowles & Westc., Fl. Cab. 2: 129 (1838

    ~Nemaconia australis (Cogn.) Van den Berg, Salazar & Soto Arenas 2007 - See Nemaconia striata (Lindl.) Van den Berg, Salazar & Soto Arenas 2007

  1. Nemaconia dressleriana (Soto Arenas) Van den Berg, Salazar & Soto Arenass 2007

    Part shade Cold LATER winter EARLYspring

  2. Nemaconia glomerata (Correll) Van den Berg, Salazar & Soto Arenas 2007

    Part shadeWarm to Cool Spring

  3. !Nemaconia graminifolia Knowles & Westc. 1838

    Part shade Cool winter

  4. Nemaconia pellita (Rchb.f.) Van den Berg, Salazar & Soto Arenas 2007

    Part shade Cool Cold Summer

  5. Nemaconia striata (Lindl.) Van den Berg, Salazar & Soto Arenas 2007

    Part shadeWarm to CoolFall

    ~Nematoceras Hook.f. 1853 - See Corybas Salisbury 1807 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Diurideae SUBTRIBE Acianthinae

    ~Nematoceras acuminatum (M.A.Clem. & Hatch) Molloy, D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem. 2002 - See Corybas acuminatus M.A.Clem. & Hatch 1985

    ~Nematoceras dienemum (D.L.Jones) D.L.Jones, M.A.Clem. & Molloy 2002 - See Corybas dienemus D.L.Jones 1993

    ~Nematoceras hypogaeum (Colenso) Molloy, D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem. 2002 - See Corybas trilobus (Hook.f.) Rchb.f. 1871

    ~Nematoceras longipetalum (Hatch) Molloy, D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem. 2002 - See Corybas rivularis (A.Cunn.) Rchb.f. 1871

    ~*Nematoceras macranthum Hook.f. 1853 - See Corybas macranthus (Hook.f.) Rchb.f. 1871

    ~*Nematoceras oblongum Hook.f.1853 - See Corybas oblongus (Hook.f.) Rchb.f. 1871

    ~Corybas orbiculatus (Colenso) L.B.Moore 1970 - See Nematoceras orbiculatum (Colenso) Molloy, D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem. 2002

    ~Nematoceras panduratum (Cheeseman) Molloy, D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem. 2002 - See Corybas rivularis (A.Cunn.) Rchb.f. 1871

    ~ Nematoceras papillosum (Colenso) Molloy, D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem. 2002 - See Corybas macranthus (Hook.f.) Rchb.f. 1871

    ~Nematoceras rivulare (A.Cunn.) Hook.f. 1853 - See Corybas rivularis (A.Cunn.) Rchb.f. 1871

    ~*Nematoceras rotundifolium Hook.f. 1853 - See Corybas rotundifolius (Hook.f.) Rchb.f. 1871

    ~Nematoceras sulcatum M.A.Clem. & D.L.Jones 2007 - See Corybas sulcatus (M.A.Clem. & D.L.Jones) G.N.Backh. 2010

    ~Nematoceras trilobum Hook.f. 1853 - See Corybas trilobus (Hook.f.) Rchb.f. 1871

    ~Nemuranthes Raf. 1837 - See Habenaria Willd. 1805 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Orchideae, SUBTRIBE Orchidinae.

    ~Nemuranthes habenaria (L.) Raf. 1837 - See Habenaria macroceratitis Willd. 1805

    ~Nemuranthes longicauda (Hook.) Raf. 1837 - See Habenaria longicauda Hook.1830

    ~Neobartlettia Schltr. 1920 - See Palmorchis Barb.Rodr. 1877 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Neottieae SUBTRIBE Neottiinae

    ~*Neobartlettia lobulata Mansf. 1928 - See Palmorchis lobulata (Mansf.) C.Schweinf. & Correll 1940

    ~Neobartlettia sobralioides (Barb.Rodr.) Schltr. 1920 - See Palmorchis sobralioides Barb.Rodr. 1877

    Neobathiea Schltr. 1925 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Angraecinae.

    There are 5 Madagascan and Comoran species that are epiphytes related to the genus Aeranthes and Jumellea

    Common Name or Meaning Named for Perrier de la Bathie a French botanist

    Type Species = ! = Aeranthes perrieri Schlect. 1913 = Neobathiea perrieri [Schlechter] Schlechter 1925

      ~Neobathiea filicornu Schltr. 1925 - See Neobathiea grandidierana (Rchb.f.) Garay 1972

      ~Neobathiea gracilis Schltr. 1925 - See Aeranthes schlechteri Bosser 1970

    1. Neobathiea grandidierana (Rchb.f.) Garay 1972

      Full shadeWarmCoolSpring

    2. Neobathiea hirtula H.Perrier 1938

      Part ShadeLATESpring EARLYsummer

      ~Neobathiea hirtula var. floribunda H.Perrier 1938 - See Neobathiea hirtula H.Perrier 1938

      ~Neobathiea hirtula var. floribunda H.Perrier ex Hermans 2007 - See Neobathiea hirtula H.Perrier 1938

    3. Neobathiea keraudrenae Toill.-Gen. & Bosser 1964

      Part ShadeLATEFall

    4. !Neobathiea perrieri (Schltr.) Schltr. 1925

      FragrancePart shadeCoolTo Warm LATE Spring EARLY Summer

    5. Neobathiea spatulata H.Perrier 1938

      Full shade Warm LATESpringEARLYSummer

      ~Neobathiea sambiranoensis Schltr. 1925 - See Aeranthes schlechteri Bosser 1970

    `Neobenthamia Rolfe 1891 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae. SUBTRIBE Adrorhizinae

    This is a monotypic genus possibly endemic to Tanzania and it grows warm and humid on cliff faces and sloping rock faces either lithophyhtically or terrestrial. The plants have a grasslike look with a long reedy stem and many leaves that give rise to a terminal inflorescence at 3 feet or more high, which are induced by giving brighter light during the early summer. If you wish to propagate this plant leave the inflorescence on after the flowers die and keikis will form at the nodes of the old flowers.

    Common Name or Meaning Named for G. Bentham English botanist

    Type Species = ! = Neobenthamia gracilis Rolfe 1891

    1. !Neobenthamia gracilis Rolfe 1891

      FragranceFull sunHot To WarmWinter To Spring

    Neobolusia Schltr. 1895 SUBFAMILY Orchidiodeae, TRIBE Orchideae, SUBTRIBE Orchidinae.

    There are three species in this alpine and montane terrestrial African genus with small, egg-shaped tubers giving rise to a few basal leaves and blooming on an erect, terminal, few to several flowered inflorescence

    Common Name or Meaning Named for Harry Bolus South African Botanist 1800's]

    Type Species = ! = Neobolusia tysonii (Bolus) Schltr. 1895

    1. Neobolusia stolzii Schltr. 1915

      to LATE EARLY

      ~Neobolusia stolzii var. bombyliiflora P.J.Cribb 1979 - See Neobolusia stolzii Schltr. 1915

      ~Neobolusia stolzii var. glabripetala Summerh. 1962 - See Neobolusia stolzii Schltr. 1915

    2. !Neobolusia tysonii (Bolus) Schltr. 1895

      Part shadeCoolTo ColdSummer

      ~Neobolusia virginea (Bolus) Schltr. 1915 - See Dracomonticola virginea (Bolus) H.P.Linder & Kurzweil 1995

    `Neocogniauxia Schltr. 1913 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Laeliinae

    A genus of two smallish epiphytic species with erect, short terete stems covered by sheaths that are found in Hispanola, Cuba and Jamaica and are allied to the Cattleya group, Laelia in particular as it has 8 pollina but differs in having multiple nodes and bracts on the inflorescence, a short tiny lip and column with a toothed clinandrium or anther bed.

    Common Name or Meaning Named for C. A. Cogniaux Belgian botanist

    Type Species = ! = Trigonidium monophyllum Greisb. 1864 = Neocogniauxia monophylla [Greisb.]Schlechter 1913

    1. Neocogniauxia hexaptera (Cogn.) Schltr. 1913

      Full shadeCool

    2. !Neocogniauxia monophylla (Griseb.) Schltr. 1913

      Full shadeCool Falland Winter

    ~`Neocribbia Szlach. 2003 - See Solenangis Schltr. 1918 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aerangidinae

    ~Neocribbia wakefieldii (Rolfe) Szlach. 2003 - See Solenangis wakefieldii (Rolfe) P.J.Cribb & J.Stewart 1985

    Neodryas Rchb. f. 1852 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae.

    A small genus of 3 or so species related to Cochlioda with very bright colored small campanulate flowers. The genus is characterized by one noded pseudobulbs enveloped by foliaceous basal sheaths and carrying a single apical leaf, the basal inflorescence arises through a leaf axil and there are subcampanulate, brightly colored flowers with free laterral sepals and a basal narrowing to the lip which is shallowly concave and the non-concave apical portion of the lip is not elongated. The column does not have fleshy wing-like lobes at the base and it carrires 2 hard pollina.

    Common Name or Meaning refers to its being found in tropical raqinforests dryas = wood nymph; neo = new

    Type Species = ! = Neodryas rhodoneura Rchb. f. 1852

    1. Neodryas alba D.E.Benn. & Christenson 2001

      LATER

      ~Neodryas densiflora Rchb.f. 1875 - See Neodryas rhodoneura Rchb. f. 1852

      ~Neodryas herzogii Schltr. 1913 - See Neodryas rhodoneura Rchb. f. 1852

      ~Neodryas jose-kawaii T.Hashim. 1974 - See Neodryas rhodoneura Rchb. f. 1852

      ~Neodryas latilabia L.B. Sm. & S.K. Harris 1937 - See Neodryas rhodoneura Rchb. f. 1852

      ~Neodryas mandonii Rchb. f. 1878 - See Neodryas rhodoneura Rchb. f. 1852

      ~Neodryas reniformis L.B. Sm. & S.K. Harris 1937 - See Neodryas rhodoneura Rchb. f. 1852

    2. !Neodryas rhodoneura Rchb. f. 1852

      Part shadeCoolColdFall To LATE Winter

      ~Neodryas sacciana L.Linden & Cogn. 1893 - See Neodryas rhodoneura Rchb. f. 1852

    3. Neodryas schildhaueri Königer 1996

      Part shadeCool

    4. Neodryas weberbaueriana (Kraenzl.) Schltr. 1918

      ColdFall and Spring

    ~Neoescobaria Garay 1972 - See Helcia Lindley 1845 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae.

    ~Neoescobaria brevis ( Rolfe ) Garay 1972 - See Helcia brevis ( Rolfe ) Dodson 1991

    ~Neoescobaria callichroma (Rchb.f.) Garay 1972 - See Helcia callichroma (Rchb.f.) Dodson 1991

    Neofinetia H.H.Hu 1925 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aeridinae.

    There are 3 species in this Vandanaceous genus from China, Korea, Japan and the Ryukyu Islands, an intermediate grower that blooms in early summer, it is best mounted on tree fern or cork here in warm conditions. The flowers of Neofinetia falcata are white to pink with free sepals and petals with an erect lip with a long filiform spur at it's base, and a short, winged, fleshy column without a foot and it has 2 pollina and a large stigma. It was discovered by Thunberg in 1784 and placed in the genus Orchis, then in 1925 H.H. Hu moved it to it's present genus Neofinetia.

    Common Name or Meaning Named for Achille Finet a French botanist

    Synonyms `Angorkis Thou. 1809; Angorchis Spreng 1822; `Finetia Schlechter; `Nipponorchis Masamune 1934

    Type Species = ! = Orchis falcata Thunb. = Neofinetia falcata [Thunb.] H.H.Hu 1925

    1. !Neofinetia falcata [Thunb.]H.H. Hu 1925

      FragrancePart sunWarmTo Cool EARLY Summer To Fall

    2. Neofinetia richardsiana Christenson 1996

      FragrancePart sunWarmTo ColdSpring

    `Neogardneria Schltr. ex Garay 1973 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae, SUBTRIBE Zygopetalinae.

    This is a monotypic epiphytic genus confined to southeastern Brazil with robust, clustered, ovoid-oblong, slightly laterally compressed pseudobulbs enveloped basally by a few sulcate, rugose sheaths and carrying 2 apical, linear-lanceolate, attenuate and conduplicate below into the base leaves that blooms in the late spring through summer on a robust, erect, shorter than the leaves, 4 to 10" [10 to 25 cm] long, 3 to 6 flowered inflorescence carrying well spaced, large, fragrant flowers.

    Common Name or Meaning The New Gardneria Orchid

    Type species = ! = Neogardneria murrayana (Gardner ex Hook.) Schltr. ex Garay 1973

      ~Neogardneria binotii (De Wild.) Hoehne 1947 - See Neogardneria murrayana (Gardner ex Hook.) Schltr. ex Garay, Orquideologia 8: 33 (1973

    1. !Neogardneria murrayana (Gardner ex Hook.) Schltr. ex Garay 1973

      FragrantFull ShadeWarmCool LATESpringSummer

    `Neogyna Rchb.f. 1852 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Podochileae, SUBTRIBE Coelogyninae.

    Found in the eastern Himalayas, Assam, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh Myanamar, Thailand and southern China as an monotypic epiphyte or lithophyte that is closely related to Coelogyne. It differs in it's lateral lobes of the lip remain folded around the column and the saccate base of the sepals. There is a long, curved column with a triangular rostellum, an oblong anther sac and 4, oblong-pyriform, depressed pollina.

    Common Name or Meaning The New but related to Coelogyne genus

    Type Species = ! = Coelogyne gardneriana Lindl. 1830 = Neogyna gardneriana (Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1852

    Synonyms Neogyne Lindley

    1. !Neogyna gardneriana (Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1852

      Part shadeWarmColdfall

    ~Neogyne Lindley - See Neogyna Rchb.f. 1852 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Podochileae, SUBTRIBE Coelogyninae.

    Neokoehleria Schltr. 1912 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae.

    There are about 15 species in this genus that is similar to Scelochilus and Comparettia and at present are combined with DNA Evidence, I have kept to the system before DNA analysis.

    Common Name or Meaning The New Koehler Orchid [German Botanist 1st half 1900's]

    Type species = ! = Neokoehleria equitans Schltr. 1912

      ~Neokoehleria acebeyae (R.Vásquez & Dodson) Senghas 2001 - See Scelochiloides acebeyae R.Vásquez & Dodson 2001

    1. Neokoehleria corydaloides (Kraenzl.) Garay 1973

    2. !Neokoehleria equitans Schltr. 1912

      Full shade Warm CoolFall

      ~Neokoehleria granizoi (Königer) Senghas 2001 - See Scelochilus granizoi Königer 1996

    3. Neokoehleria kerspei Senghas 1990

      Full shade CoolWinter

      ~Neokoehleria kroemeri (R.Vásquez & Dodson) Senghas 2001 - See Scelochilus kroemeri R.Vásquez & Dodson 2001

      ~*Neokoehleria langkastii Senghas 1998 - See Scelochilus langkastii (Senghas) Dodson 2004

    4. Neokoehleria neudeckeri Königer 1997

      Fragrance Full shade CoolWarm

    5. Neokoehleria penduliflora Senghas & Thiv 1998

    6. Neokoehleria peruviana Schltr. 1912

      Full shade Warm Cool

    7. Neokoehleria rauhii Senghas 1968

      Part shade Warm Cool

    8. Neokoehleria sp

      Most like Neokoehleria papillosa

      Warm LATE Spring

    9. Neokoehleria thivii Senghas 1998

    10. Neokoehleria wuerstlei Senghas 1990

    `Neolauchea Kraenzl. 1897 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae SUBTRIBE Laeliinae

    This is a monotypic genus that is epiphytic and is found only in Brazil.

    Common Name or Meaning Named for Lauche, Lichenstein director of the Vienna botanical garden

    Type Species = ! = Neolauchea pulchella Kraenzl. 1897

    1. !Neolauchea pulchella Kraenzl. 1897

      Full shadeWarmTo Cool LATE Fall

    ~Neolehmannia Krnzl. 1899 - See Epipdendrum L. 1763 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae SUBTRIBE Laeliinae

      ~Neolehmannia apagana (Mansf.) Garay & Dunst. 1976 - See Epidendrum apaganum Mansf. 1928

      ~Neolehmannia barbeyana (Kraenzl.) Garay & Dunst. 1976 - See Epidendrum barbeyanum Kraenzl. 1895

      ~Neolehmannia curvicolumna (Ames, F.T.Hubb. & C.Schweinf.) Hamer 1985 - See Epidendrum simulacrum Ames 1923

      ~Neolehmannia difformis (Jacq.) Pabst 1978 - See Epidendrum caribiorum Ackerman & Acev.-Rodr. 2012

      ~Neolehmannia garciae (Pabst) F.de Barros 1982 - See Epidendrum garciae G.F.J.Pabst 1976

      ~Neolehmannia latilabris (Lindl.) Pabst 1978 - See Epidendrum latilabre Lindley 1841

      ~Neolehmannia mathewsii (Rchb. f.) Garay 1977 - See Epidendrum peperomia Rchb. f. 1854

      ~Neolehmannia medusae (Rchb. f.) Garay 1877 - See Epidendrum medusae (Rchb. f.) Seibert 1900

      ~Neolehmannia pabstii Braga 1981 - See Epidendrum dichaeoides Carnevali & G.A.Romero 1992

      ~Neolehmannia peperomia (Rchb. f.) Garay & Dunst. 1976 - See Epidendrum peperomia Rchb. f. 1854

      ~Neolehmannia porpax [Rchb.f] Garay & Dunst. 1976 - See Epidendrum porpax Rchb.f. 1855

      ~Neolehmannia viridibrunnea (Rchb.f.) Garay & Dunst. 1976 - See Epidendrum viridibrunneum Rchb. f. 1861

      ~Neolehmannia williamsii (Dodson) Dodson 1984 - See Epidendrum williamsii Dodson 1977

    ~Neolindleya Krzl. 1899 - See Platanthera L.C.Rich. 1817 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Orchideae, SUBTRIBE Orchidinae.

    ~Neolindleya camtschatica (Cham.) Nevski 1935 - See Platanthera camtschatica (Cham.) Soó 1969

    ~Neolindleya decipiens (Lindl.) Kraenzl. 1899 - See Platanthera camtschatica (Cham.) Soó 1969

    `Neomoorea Rolfe 1904 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae, SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae.

    This monotypic genus has large egg shaped psuedobulbs with 2 thick heavily veined leaves and is found in Panama and Colombia

    Common Name or Meaning Named for F. W. Moore an English botanist

    Synonyms `Moorea Lem. 1855

    Type Species = ! = Neomoorea irrorata [Rolfe]Rolfe 1904

    1. !Neomoorea irrorata (Rolfe) Rolfe 1904

      Fragrance Full shadeHotTo CoolFalland Winter

      ~Neomoorea wallisii [Rchb.f]Schlechter 1924 - See Neomoorea irrorata (Rolfe) Rolfe 1904

    ~Neooreophilus Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes Sw. 1799 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae , TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Pleurothallidinae

    ~Neooreophilus ariasianus (Luer & L.Jost) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes ariasiana Luer & L.Jost 1998

    ~Neooreophilus cardiochilus (Archila) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes cardiocheila Luer & R.Escobar 1994

    ~Neooreophilus catellus (Luer & R.Escobar) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes catella Luer & R.Escobar 1983

    ~Neooreophilus chelosepalus (Luer & Hirtz) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes chelosepala [Luer & Hirtz] Pfahl 2013

    ~Neooreophilus chilopsis (Luer & Hirtz) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes chilopsis Luer & Hirtz 2002

    ~Neooreophilus ciliaris (Luer & Hirtz) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes ciliaris Luer & Hirtz 1994

    ~Neooreophilus compositus (Luer & R.Escobar) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes composita Luer & R.Escobar 1994

    ~Neooreophilus cordilabius (Luer) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes cordilabia Luer 2002

    ~Neooreophilus dactylus (Garay) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes dactyla Garay 1971

    ~Neooreophilus destitutus (Luer & R.Escobar) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes destituta Luer & R.Escobar 1988

    ~Neooreophilus erepsis (Luer & Hirtz) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes erepsis Luer & Hirtz 1986

    ~Neooreophilus exiguus (Luer & L.Jost) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes exigua Luer & L.Jost 2002

    ~Neooreophilus geminipetalus (Luer & J.Portilla) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes geminipetala Luer & J.J. Portilla 2002

    ~Neooreophilus hippocrepicus (Luer & R.Escobar) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes hippocrepica Luer & R.Escobar 1991

    ~Neooreophilus irrasus (Luer & R.Escobar) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes irrasa Luer & R.Escobar 1994

    ~Neooreophilus lunaris (Luer) Archila 2009 -See Lepanthes lunaris Luer 1994

    ~Neooreophilus lupulus (Luer & Hirtz) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes lupula Luer & Hirtz 1984

    ~Neooreophilus lynnianus (Luer) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes lynniana Luer 2002

    ~Neooreophilus macroticus (Luer & Dalström) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes macrotica Luer & Dalström 1996

    ~Neooreophilus micropetalus (L.O.Williams) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes micropetala L.O.Williams 1940

    ~Neooreophilus monilius (Luer & R.Escobar) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes monilia Luer & R.Escobar 1983

    ~Neooreophilus montis-rotundi (P.Ortiz) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes montis-rotundi P.Ortiz 1997

    ~Neooreophilus nummularius (Rchb.f.) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes nummularia Rchb.f. 1856

    ~Neooreophilus octocornutus (Luer) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes octocornuta Luer 2002

    ~Neooreophilus ortizianus S.V.Uribe & Thoerle 2011 - See Lepanthes ortiziana O. Pérez, E. Parra & M. Kolanowska 2010

    ~Neooreophilus pendens (Garay) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes pendens Garay 1956

    ~Neooreophilus persimilis (Luer & Sijm) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes persimilis Luer & Sijm 2002

    ~Neooreophilus pholeter (Luer) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes pholeter Luer 1994

    ~Neooreophilus pilosellus (Rchb.f.) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes pilosella Rchb. f. 1886

    ~Neooreophilus platysepalus (Luer & R.Escobar) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes platysepala Luer & R.Escobar 1994

    ~Neooreophilus pseudocaulescens (L.B.Sm. & S.K.Harris) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes pseudocaulescens L.B.Sm. & S.K.Harris 1934

    ~Neooreophilus ricii (Luer & R.Vásquez) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes ricii Luer & R.Vásquez 1994

    ~Neooreophilus stalactites (Luer & Hirtz) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes stalactites Luer & Hirtz 1987

    ~Neooreophilus triangularis (Luer) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes triangularis Luer 1994

    ~Neooreophilus tridactylus (Luer) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes tridactyla Luer 2002

    ~Neooreophilus ursulus (Luer & R.Escobar) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes ursula Luer & R.Escobar 1994

    ~Neooreophilus viebrockianus (Luer & L.Jost) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes viebrockiana Luer & L.Jost 1998

    ~*Neooreophilus vieira-perezianus P.Ortiz 2011 - See Lepanthes vieira-pereziana [P.Ortiz] Pfahl comb. novo. Pfahl 2014

    ~Neooreophilus villosus (Lřjtnant) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes villosa Lřjtnant 1977

    ~Neooreophilus werneri (Luer) Archila 2009 - See Lepanthes werneri Luer 2002

    ~`Neoruschia Cath. & V.P.Castro 2006 - See Oncidium Sw. 1800 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae.

    ~ Neoruschia cogniauxiana (Schltr.) Cath. & V.P.Castro 2006 - See Oncidium cogniauxianum Schltr. 1921

    ~`Neotainiopsis Bennet & Raizada 1981 - See Eriodes Rolfe 1915 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Podochileae, SUBTRIBE Eriinae.

    ~Neotainiopsis barbata (Lindl.) Bennet & Raizada 1981 - See Eriodes barbata (Lindl.) Rolfe 1915

    Neotinea Rchb.f. 1852 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Orchideae SUBTRIBE Orchidinae

    There are currently 5 species in this terrestrial genus confined to all of Europe, North Africa and some of the Middle East

    Common Name or Meaning Named for Tineo an Italian botany professor

    Type Species = ! = Neotinea maculata (Desfontaines) Stearn 1975

      ~Neotinea commutata (Tod.) R.M.Bateman 2003 - See Neotinea tridentata (Scop.) R.M.Bateman, Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 1997

      ~Neotinea commutata var. angelica (A.Alibertis) P.Delforge 2012 - See Neotinea tridentata (Scop.) R.M.Bateman, Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 1997

      ~Neotinea conica (Willd.) R.M.Bateman 2003 - See Neotinea tridentata (Scop.) R.M.Bateman, Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 1997

      ~Neotinea conica f. gelpiana F.M.Vázquez 2009 - See Neotinea tridentata (Scop.) R.M.Bateman, Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 1997

      ~Neotinea conica f. rosea F.M.Vázquez 2009 - See Neotinea tridentata (Scop.) R.M.Bateman, Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 1997

      ~Neotinea conica var. ricardina F.M.Vázquez 2008 - See Neotinea tridentata (Scop.) R.M.Bateman, Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 1997

      ~Neotinea conica var. saenzii F.M.Vázquez 2008 - See Neotinea tridentata (Scop.) R.M.Bateman, Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 1997

      ~Neotinea corsica (Viv.) W.Foelsche 2002 - See Neotinea lactea (Poir.) R.M.Bateman, Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 1997

    1. Neotinea × dietrichiana (Bogenh.) H.Kretzschmar, Eccarius & H.Dietr. 2007

      ~Neotinea × dietrichiana nothosubsp. bugarachensis (J.Claess. & J.M.Lewin) H.Kretzschmar, Eccarius & H.Dietr. 2007 - See Neotinea × dietrichiana (Bogenh.) H.Kretzschmar, Eccarius & H.Dietr. 2007

      ~Neotinea intacta Rchb. f. 1852 - See Neotinea maculata (Desfontaines) Stearn 1975

      ~Neotinea intacta f. bifida (J.A.Guim.) Soó 1928 - See Neotinea maculata (Desfontaines) Stearn 1975

      ~Neotinea intacta f. luteola Renz 1930 - See - See Neotinea maculata (Desfontaines) Stearn 1975

      ~Neotinea intacta f. tridentata (J.A.Guim.) Soó 1928 - See Neotinea maculata (Desfontaines) Stearn 1975

      ~Neotinea intacta var. bifida (J.A.Guim.) E.G.Camus 1908 - See Neotinea maculata (Desfontaines) Stearn 1975

      ~Neotinea intacta var. tridentata (J.A.Guim.) E.G.Camus, Bergon & A.Camus 1908 - See Neotinea maculata (Desfontaines) Stearn 1975

    2. Neotinea lactea (Poir.) R.M.Bateman, Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 1997

      Part sunCool to Cold LATE Winterand Spring

      ~Neotinea lactea f. minuscula (A.Alibertis) P.Delforge 2012 - See Neotinea lactea (Poir.) R.M.Bateman, Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 1997

      ~Neotinea lactea subsp. corsica (Viv.) Kreutz 2007 - See Neotinea lactea (Poir.) R.M.Bateman, Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 1997

      ~Neotinea lactea var. corsica (Viv.) P.Delforge 2011 - See Neotinea lactea (Poir.) R.M.Bateman, Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 1997

    3. !Neotinea maculata (Desfontaines) Stearn 1975

      Part sunColdTo Cool LATE Winter To EARLY Spring

      ~Neotinea maculata f. alba Maire & Weiller ex F.M.Vázquez 2009 - See Neotinea maculata (Desfontaines) Stearn 1975

      ~Neotinea maculata f. luteola (Renz) F.M.Vázquez 2009 - See Neotinea maculata (Desfontaines) Stearn 1975

      ~Neotinea maculata var. stricta Landwehr 1977 - See Neotinea maculata (Desfontaines) Stearn 1975

    4. Neotinea tridentata (Scop.) R.M.Bateman, Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 1997

      FragrancePart sunCool to Cold Spring

      Neotinea tridentata subsp. commutata (Tod.) R.M.Bateman 1997 - See Neotinea tridentata (Scop.) R.M.Bateman, Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 1997

      ~Neotinea tridentata subsp. conica (Willd.) R.M.Bateman, Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 1997 - See Neotinea tridentata (Scop.) R.M.Bateman, Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 1997

      ~Neotinea tridentata var. commutata (Tod.) Kreutz 2007 - See Neotinea tridentata (Scop.) R.M.Bateman, Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 1997

    5. Neotinea ustulata (L.) R.M.Bateman, Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 1997

      Fragrance Part shade Cold Springand Summer

      ~Neotinea ustulata f. aestivalis (Kümpel) P.Delforge 2009 - See Neotinea ustulata (L.) R.M.Bateman, Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 1997

      ~Neotinea ustulata subsp. aestivalis (Kümpel) Jacquet & Scappat. 2003 - See Neotinea ustulata (L.) R.M.Bateman, Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 1997

      ~Neotinea ustulata var. aestivalis (Kümpel) Tali, M.F.Fay & R.M.Bateman 2006 - See Neotinea ustulata (L.) R.M.Bateman, Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 1997

    Neottia Guett. 1754 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Neottieae SUBTRIBE Neottiinae

    There are about 68 species in this terrestrial genus occuring in most all northern temeperate areas of the old world as mycoheterotrophic terrestrials with no leaves, an erect stem enveloped by sheaths and an inflorescence that is racemose, and laxly to densely many flowered and carrying fleshy, glabrous, yellow brown flowers with subsimilar sepals and petals, a porrect lip with an entire to bilobed apex and an elongate column carrying a suberect anther in turn carrying 2, mealy pollina and a suborbicular to reniform stigma.

    Common Name or Meaning refers to the tangled roots appearing to be a birds nest

    Synonyms Archineottia S.C.Chen 1979; Diphryllum Raf. 1808; `Distomaea Spen. 1825; Helleborine Hill Britt. 1794;`Monustes Raf. 1836-7; `Neottidium Schlechter 1823; `Pollinirhiza Dulac. 1867; Tangtsinia S.C.Chen 1965

    Type Species = ! = Neottia nidus-avis (Linne) L.C.M. Richard 1818

      ~Neottia abortiva Clairv. 1811 - See Limodorum abortivum [Linne] Swartz 1799

      ~Neottia abortiva Gray 1821 - See Neottia nidus-avis (Linne) L.C.M. Richard 1818

      ~*Neottia acaulis Sm. 1806 - See Sarcoglottis acaulis (Sm.) Schltr. 1919

    1. Neottia acuminata Schltr. 1924

      LATE EARLY

      ~Neottia adnaria Raf. 1837 - See Pelexia adnata (Sw.) Poit. ex Rich 1818

      ~Neottia adnata (Sw.) Sw. 1806 - See Pelexia adnata (Sw.) Poit. ex Rich 1818

      ~Neottia aestivalis [Poir] DC. 1805 - See Spiranthes aestivalis (Poiret) L.C.M. Richard 1818

      ~Neottia aestivalis Oakes ex A.Gray 1867 - See Spiranthes lucida (H.H.Eaton) Ames 1908

      ~Neottia alsinifolia Reinw. ex Blune 1859 - See Myrmechis gracilis (Blume) Blume 1859

    2. Neottia alternifolia (King & Pantl.) Szlach. 1995

      ~Neottia amoena M.Bieb. 1819 - See Spiranthes sinensis (Pers.) Ames 1908

      ~Neottia aphylla Hook. 1828 - See Sacoila lanceolata (Aubl.) Garay 1982

      ~Neottia asiatica Ohwi 1931 - See Neottia acuminata Schltr. 1924

      ~*Neottia aurantiaca Lex. 1825 - See Dichromanthus aurantiacus (Lex.) Salazar & Soto Arenas 2002

    3. Neottia auriculata (Wiegand) Szlach. 1995

      EARLY

      ~*Neottia australis R.Br. 1810 - See Spiranthes australis ( R.Br. ) Lindl. 1824

      ~Neottia australis (Lindl.) Rchb. f. 1863 - See Neottia bifolia (Raf.) Baumbach 2009

      ~Neottia australis (Lindl.) Szlach. 1995 - See Neottia bifolia (Raf.) Baumbach 2009

      ~Neottia australis var. chinensis Ker Gawl. 1821 - See Spiranthes sinensis (Pers.) Ames 1908

      ~Neottia autumnalis (Balb.) Pers. 1807 - See Spiranthes spiralis (L.) Chevall. 1827

      ~Neottia autumnalis (Balb.) Steud 1821- See Spiranthes spiralis (L.) Chevall. 1827

    4. Neottia banksiana (Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1852

      Part sunCool TO Cold LATE Spring To Fall

      ~*Neottia bicolor Ker Gawl. 1824 - See Cyclopogon bicolor (Ker Gawl.) Schltr. 1919

      ~*Neottia bifida Blume 1825 - See Goodyera bifida (Blume) Blume 1858

    5. Neottia biflora (Schltr.) Szlach. 1995

      LATEEARLY

    6. Neottia bifolia (Raf.) Baumbach 2009

      Part sunCoolTo ColdLATE Spring To MID Summer

      ~Neottia bigelowii (S.Watson) Kuntze 1891 - See Corallorhiza striata Lindl. 1840

    7. Neottia borealis (Morong) Szlach. 1995

      EARLY

      ~Neottia brachybotryosa (Tang & F.T.Wang) Szlach.1995 - See Neottia pinetorum (Lindl.) Szlach. 1995

      ~Neottia bracteosa (Lindl.) Steud. 1841 - See Brachystele bracteosa (Lindl.) Schltr. 1920

    8. Neottia brevicaulis (King & Pantl.) Szlach. 1995

    9. Neottia brevilabris Tang & F.T.Wang 1951

      Full shade Cold Spring

      ~Neottia bungeana (Y.Yabe) Szlach. 1995 - See Neottia puberula (Maxim.) Szlach. 1995

      ~*Neottia calcarata Sw. 1806 - See Eltroplectris calcarata (Sw.) Garay & H.R. Sweet 1972

    10. Neottia camtschatea (L.) Rchb.f. 1851

      ~Neottia caurina (Piper) Szlach. 1995 - See Neottia banksiana (Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1852

      ~Neottia cernua (L.) Sw. 1805 - See Spiranthes cernua (L.) Rich. 1817

    11. Neottia chenii S.W.Gale & P.J.Cribb 2009

      Full shade Cold Summer

      ~*Neottia cinnabarina Lex. 1825 - See Dichromanthus cinnabarinus (Lex.) Garay 1980 publ. 1982

      ~*Neottia colorata Blume 1825- See Goodyera colorata (Blume) Blume 1858

    12. Neottia convallarioides (Sw.) Rich. 1817

      Partial ShadeColdSpring Summer

      ~Neottia corallorhiza (L.) Kuntze 1891 - See Corallorhiza trifida Chatelain 1760

    13. Neottia cordata (L.) Rich. 1817

      Part sunCoolTo ColdSummer and EARLY Fall

      ~Neottia crispata Blume 1825 - See Spiranthes sinensis (Pers.) Ames 1908

      ~Neottia deltoidea (Fukuy.) Szlach. 1995 - See Neottia suzukii (Masam.) Szlach.1995

    14. Neottia dentata (King & Pantl.) Szlach. 1995

      ~Neottia discolor (Ker Gawl.) Steud. 1821 - See Ludisia discolor (Ker Gawl.) A. Rich. ?

    15. Neottia divaricata (Panigrahi & P.Taylor) Szlach. 1995

      Full shade Cold Summer

      ~Neottia diuretica Willd.1805 - See Brachystele unilateralis (Poir.) Schltr. 1920

      ~Neottia dongrergoensis Schltr. 1924 - See Neottia listeroides Lindl. 1839

      ~Neottia ehrenbergii (Rchb.f.) Kuntze 1891 - See Corallorhiza striata Lindl. 1840

      ~Neottia elata (Sw.) Sw. 1800 - See Cyclopogon elatus (Sw.) Schltr. 1919

      ~Neottia eschscholziana (Cham. & Schltdl.) Steud. 1841 - See Neottia convallarioides (Sw.) Rich.1817

    16. Neottia fangii (Tang & F.T.Wang ex S.C.Chen & G.H.Zhu) S.C.Chen, S.W.Gale & P.J.Cribb 2009

      Full shade Cold Summer

      ~Neottia flava (Sw.) Sw. 1806 - See Corymborkis flava (Sw.) Kuntze 1891

      ~Neottia flexuosa Sm 1813 - See Neottia bifolia (Raf.) Baumbach 2009

    17. Neottia furusei T.Yukawa & Yagame 2009

      Full shade Cold Summer

    18. Neottia gaudissartii Hand.-Mazz. 1937

      LATER

      ~Neottia gemmipara Sm. 1828 - See Spiranthes romanzoffiana Cham. 1828

      ~Neottia glandulosa Sims 1805 - See Ponthieva racemosa (Walter) C. Mohr 1901

      ~*Neottia gracilis Bigelow 1824 - See Spiranthes lacera var. gracilis (Bigelow) Luer 1975

      ~*Neottia grandiflora Hook 1827 - See Sarcoglottis grandiflora (Lindl.) Klotzsch 1842

      ~Neottia grandiflora (A.Rich. & Galeotti) Kuntze 1891 - See Hexalectris grandiflora (A.Rich. & Galeotti) L.O.Williams 1944

      ~Neottia grandiflora Schltr. 1912 - See Neottia megalochila S.C.Chen 1979

      ~Neottia grandiflora (Rolfe) Szlach. 1995 - See Neottia wardii (Rolfe) Szlach. 1995

      ~Neottia grandis Blume 1825 - See Goodyera rubicunda (Blume) Lindl. 1839

    19. Neottia inayatii (Duthie) Schltr. 1911

      Full shade Cold Summer

    20. Neottia japonica (Blume) Szlach. 1995

      LATER EARLY

      ~Neottia japonica (M.Furuse) K.Inoue 1998 publ. 1999 - See Neottia furusei T.Yukawa & Yagame 2009

      ~Neottia kamtschatica (Georgi) Spreng. 1826 - See Neottia camtschatea (L.) Rchb.f. 1851

    21. Neottia karoana Szlach. 1995

      ~Neottia kashmiriana (Duthie) Schltr. 1911 - See Neottia inayatii (Duthie) Schltr. 1911

      ~Neottia kungii Tang & F.T.Wang 1936 - See Neottia smithiana Schltr. 1924

      ~*Neottia lacera Raf. 1818 - See Spiranthes lacera (Raf.) Raf., Herb. Raf.: 44 (1833

      ~Neottia lanceolata (Aubl.) Willd 1805 - See Sacoila lanceolata (Aubl.) Garay 1982

      ~Neottia latifolia Richard 1817 - See Neottia ovata (L.) Bluff & Fingerh. 1838

      ~Neottia lindleyana Decne. 1844 - See Neottia listeroides Lindl. 1839

    22. Neottia listeroides Lindl. 1839

      Full shadeColdSummer

    23. Neottia longicaulis (King & Pantl.) Szlach. 1995

      Full shade Cold Summer

      ~Neottia longifolia Blume 1825 - See Lepidogyne longifolia (Blume) Blume 1859

      ~*Neottia lucida H.H.Eaton 1832 - See Spiranthes lucida (H.H.Eaton) Ames 1908

      ~Neottia macrantha Sweet 1830 - See Sarcoglottis grandiflora (Lindl.) Klotzsch 1842

      ~*Neottia macrophylla D.Don 1825 - See Herminium macrophyllum (D.Don) Dandy 1932

      ~Neottia macrostelis Peterm. 1844 - See Neottia nidus-avis (Linne) L.C.M. Richard 1818

      ~Neottia major (Nakai) Szlach. 1995 - See Neottia puberula (Maxim.) Szlach. 1995

    24. Neottia makinoana (Ohwi) Szlach. 1995

    25. Neottia megalochila S.C.Chen 1979

      Full shade Cold Summer

    26. Neottia meifongensis (H.J.Su & C.Y.Hu) T.C.Hsu & S.W.Chung 2009

      Full shade Cold LATESpring EARLY Summer

      ~Neottia mertensiana (Bong.) Kuntze 1891 - See Corallorhiza mertensiana Bong. 1832

      ~Neottia mexicana (Lindl.) Kuntze 1891 - See Corallorhiza maculata (Raf.) Raf. 1817

      ~*Neottia michuacana Lex. 1825 - See Dichromanthus michuacanus (Lex.) Salazar & Soto Arenas 2002

      ~ Neottia micrantha Lex. 1825 - See Schiedeella llaveana [Lindl.] Schltr. 1920

      ~Neottia micrantha Lindl. 1840 - See Neottia acuminata Schltr. 1924

    27. Neottia microglottis (Duthie) Schltr. 1911

      Full shade Cold Summer

    28. Neottia microphylla (S.C.Chen & Y.B.Luo) S.C.Chen, S.W.Gale & PJ Cribb 2009

      Full shade Cold Fall

      ~Neottia minor Jacq. 1791 - See Cyclopogon elatus (Sw.) Schltr. 1919

    29. Neottia morrisonicola (Hayata) Szlach. 1995

      Full shade Cold LATE SpringEARLY Summer

    30. Neottia mucronata (Panigrahi & J.J.Wood) Szlach.1995

      ~Neottia multiflora (Nutt.) Kuntze 1891 - See Corallorhiza maculata (Raf.) Raf. 1817

    31. Neottia nanchuanica (S.C.Chen) Szlach. 1995

      Full shade Cold Summer

      ~Neottia nephrophylla (Rydb.) Szlach. 1995 - See Neottia cordata (L.) Rich. 1817

    32. !Neottia nidus-avis (Linne) L.C.M. Richard 1818

      FragranceFull sunCoolTo ColdSpringand EARLY Summer

      ~Neottia nidus-avis f. dilatata Zapal. 1906 - See Neottia nidus-avis (Linne) L.C.M. Richard 1818

      ~Neottia nidus-avis f. glandulosa Beck 1890 - See Neottia nidus-avis (Linne) L.C.M. Richard 1818

      ~Neottia nidus-avis f. micrantha Zapal. 1906 - See Neottia nidus-avis (Linne) L.C.M. Richard 1818

      ~Neottia nidus-avis var. manshurica Kom. 1901 - See Neottia papilligera Schltr. 1920

    33. Neottia nipponica (Makino) Szlach. 1995

      Full shade Cold LATE SpringSummer

    34. Neottia oblata (S.C.Chen) Szlach. 1995

      Full shade Cold

      ~Neottia oblonga Tang & F.T.Wang 1951 - See Neottia acuminata Schltr. 1924

      ~Neottia odontorhiza (Willd.) Kuntze 1891 - See Corallorhiza odontorhiza (Willd.) Nutt. 1818

      ~*Neottia odorata Nutt. 1834 - See Spiranthes odorata (Nutt.) Lindl 1834

      ~Neottia orchioides (Sw.) Willd. 1799 - See Sacoila lanceolata (Aubl.) Garay 1982

      ~Neottia orobanchoidea St.-Lag. 1880 - See Neottia nidus-avis (Linne) L.C.M. Richard 1818

      ~Neottia orobanchoidea St.-Lag. 1894 - See Neottia nidus-avis (Linne) L.C.M. Richard 1818

    35. Neottia ovata (L.) Bluff & Fingerh. 1838

      Part sunCoolTo ColdSpringand EARLY Summer

      ~Neottia pantanis Korth. ex Blume 1856 - See Pachystoma pubescens Blume 1825

    36. Neottia papilligera Schltr. 1920

      Full shade Cold Summer

      ~Neottia papilligera f. glaberrima Kitag. 1943 - See Neottia papilligera Schltr. 1920

      ~Neottia parviflora Sm. 1813- See Spiranthes sinensis (Pers.) Ames 1908

      ~ Neottia parvifolia Blume 1825 - See Goodyera procera (Ker Gawl.) Hook. 1823

      ~Neottia parviflora (King & Pantl.) Schltr. 1924 - See Neottia acuminata Schltr. 1924

      ~*Neottia petola Bl 1825 - See Macodes petola [Bl.] Lindl. 1840

      ~Neottia picta {Anders.] R. Br. 1813 - See Sarcoglottis acaulis (Sm.) Schltr. 1919

      ~Neottia picta Sims 1813 - See Sarcoglottis acaulis (Sm.) Schltr. 1919

    37. Neottia pinetorum (Lindl.) Szlach. 1995

      Full shade coolCold LATE Spring EARLY Summer

      ~Neottia plantaginea Raf. 1818 - See Spiranthes lucida (H.H.Eaton) Ames 1908

      ~Neottia plantaginea Hkr. 1827 - See Sacoila lanceolata (Aubl.) Garay 1982

      ~Neottia plantaginea D.Don 1825 - See Malaxis ophrydis (J.König) Ormerod 1995

      ~Neottia polystachya (Sw.) Sw. 1806 - See Tropidia polystachya (Sw.) Ames 1908

      ~*Neottia procera Ker Gawl. 1822 - See Goodyera procera (Ker Gawl.) Hook. 1823

      ~Neottia pubera Steud. 1841 - See Ponthieva racemosa (Walter) C. Mohr 1901

    38. Neottia puberula (Maxim.) Szlach. 1995

      ~Neottia puberula var. maculata (Tang & F.T.Wang) S.C.Chen, S.W.Gale & P.J.Cribb 2009 - See Neottia puberula (Maxim.) Szlach. 1995

      ~*Neottia pubescens Willd. 1805 - See Goodyera pubescens (Willd.) R.Br. 1813

      ~Neottia pudica (Lindl.) Sweet 1830 - See Spiranthes sinensis (Pers.) Ames 1908

      ~Neottia punctata (A.Rich. & Galeotti) Kuntze 1891 - See Corallorhiza wisteriana Conrad 1829

      ~Neottia quadridentata Willd. 1805 - See Spiranthes torta (Thunb.) Garay & H.R.Sweet 1974

      ~Neottia reniformis (D.Don) Spreng. 1826- See Habenaria reniformis (D.Don) Hook.f. 1890

      ~Neottia repens (L.) Sw. 1800 - See Goodyera repens (Linne) R. Brown 1813

      ~Neottia repens Pursh 1813 - See Goodyera pubescens (Willd.) R.Br. 1813

      ~*Neottia reticulata Blume 1825 - See Goodyera reticulata (Blume) Blume 1858

      ~*Neottia rubicunda Blume 1825 - See Goodyera rubicunda (Blume) Lindl. 1839

      ~Neottia salassia (Pers.) Steud. 1841 - See Liparis salassia (Pers.) Summerh. 1953

      ~Neottia scandens Thouars 1822 - See Hederorkis scandens Thouars 1822

      ~Neottia schlechteriana Szlach. 1995 - See Neottia megalochila S.C.Chen 1979

      ~Neottia shaoi (S.S.Ying) Szlach. 1995 - See Neottia japonica (Blume) Szlach. 1995

      ~Neottia sinensis Pers.1807 - See Spiranthes sinensis (Pers.) Ames 1908

    39. Neottia smallii (Wiegand) Szlach. 1995

      Part sunCoolTo ColdLATE Springand EARLY Summer

      Neottia smithiana Schltr. 1924

      Full shade Cold Summer

    40. Neottia smithii (Schltr.) Szlach. 1995

      Full shade Cold Summer

      ~*Neottia speciosa Jacq. 1793 - See Stenorrhynchos speciosum (Gmelin} Rich. ex Spreng. 1817

      ~Neottia spiralis [L.] Sw. 1805 - See Spiranthes spiralis (L.) Chevall. 1827

      ~Neottia squamosa Dulac 1867 - See Neottia nidus-avis (Linne) L.C.M. Richard 1818

      ~*Neottia squamulosa Kunth 1816 - See Sacoila squamulosa (Kunth) Garay 1980 publ. 1982

      ~Neottia strateumatica (L.) R.Br. 1810 - See Zeuxine strateumatica (L.) Schltr. 1911

      ~Neottia striata (Lindl.) Kuntze 1891 - See Corallorhiza striata Lindl. 1840

      ~Neottia subsessilis Ohwi 1931 - See Neottia acuminata Schltr. 1924

      ~ Neottia sulphurea Lex. 1825 - See Dichromanthus michuacanus (Lex.) Salazar & Soto Arenas 2002

    41. Neottia suzukii (Masam.) Szlach.1995

      ~Neottia taiwaniana (S.S.Ying) Szlach. 1995 - See Neottia morrisonicola (Hayata) Szlach. 1995

    42. Neottia tenii Schltr. 1924

      Full shade Cold

    43. Neottia tenuis (Lindl.) Szlach. 1995

      ~ Neottia tortilis Sw. 1805 - See Spiranthes torta (Thunb.) Garay & H.R.Sweet 1974

      ~Neottia tortilis Pursh 1813 - See Spiranthes lacera (Raf.) Raf. 1833

      ~Neottia uraiensis (S.S.Ying) Szlach. 1995 - See Neottia suzukii (Masam.) Szlach.1995

      ~*Neottia vaginata Kunth 1816 - See Stenorrhynchos vaginatum (Kunth) Spreng. 1826

      ~*Neottia viridiflora Blume 1825 - See Goodyera viridiflora (Blume) Blume 1858

    44. Neottia wardii (Rolfe) Szlach. 1995

      Full ShadeColdLATE Spring EARLYSummer

      ~Neottia yatabei (Makino) Szlach. 1995 - See Neottia puberula (Maxim.) Szlach. 1995

      ~Neottia yueana (Tang & F.T.Wang) Szlach. 1995 - See Neottia longicaulis (King & Pantl.) Szlach. 1995

    45. Neottia yunnanensis (S.C.Chen) Szlach. 1995

      Full shade Cold LATERSummer

    Neottianthe (Rchb.) Schltr. 1919 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Orchideae SUBTRIBE Orchidinae

    There are 8 species in Eurasia and the far eastern Asian terrestrial genus with small tubers giving rise to 2 to 3, plicate, remote, linear-oblong leaves taht blooms on a terminal, erect, dense inflorescence with connivent sepals and petals to form a hood over the suberect column and a sessile, deflexed, linear-oblong, trifid to about middle, puberulous lip with a short conoidal, inflated spur. There are 2 pollina, sessile on a large obcordate gland seated in a sinus of the broad three lobed rostellum.

    Common Name or Meaning The Neottia-Like Flower Orchid

    Type Species = ! = Neottianthe cucullata (L.) Schltr. 1919

      ~ Neottianthe calcicola (W.W.Sm.) Schltr. 1924 - See Neottianthe cucullata (L.) Schltr. 1919

    1. Neottianthe camptoceras (Rolfe ex Hemsl.) Schltr. 1919

    2. Neottianthe compacta Schltr. 1924

      LATER

    3. !Neottianthe cucullata (L.) Schltr. 1919

      ~Neottianthe cucullata f. albiflora P.Y.Fu1995 - See Neottianthe cucullata (L.) Schltr. 1919

      ~Neottianthe cucullata var. calcicola (W.W.Sm.) Soó 1929 - See Neottianthe cucullata (L.) Schltr. 1919

      ~Neottianthe gymnadenioides [Hand. Mazz.] Lang 1997 - See Neottianthe cucullata (L.) Schltr. 1919

      ~ Neottianthe maculata (Nakai & Kitag.) Nakai & Kitag. 1936 - See Neottianthe cucullata (L.) Schltr. 1919

      ~Neottianthe mairei Schltr. 1921 - See Neottianthe secundiflora (Kraenzl.) Schltr. 1919

      ~Neottianthe monophylla (Ames & Schltr.) Schltr. 1919 - See Neottianthe cucullata (L.) Schltr. 1919

    4. Neottianthe ovata K.Y.Lang 1997

      LATEEARLY

      ~Neottianthe pseudodiphylax (Kraenzl.) Schltr. 1919 - See Neottianthe cucullata (L.) Schltr. 1919

    5. Neottianthe secundiflora (Kraenzl.) Schltr. 1919

      LATE

    ~`Neottidium Schlechter 1823 - See Neottia Sw. 1754 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Neottieae SUBTRIBE Neottiinae

    ~Neottidium nidus-avis Schlechter 1823 - See Neottia nidus-avis (Linne) L.C.M. Richard 1818

    ~Neo-urbania Fawc. & Rendle 1909 - See Maxillaria Ruiz and Pavon 1794 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae, SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae

    ~Neo-urbania adendrobium (Rchb.f.) Fawc. & Rendle 1909 - See Maxillaria adendrobium (Rchb.f.) Dressler 1964

    ~Neo-urbania nicaraguensis Hamer & Garay 1985 - See Maxillaria nicaraguensis (Hamer & Garay) J.T. Atwood 1987

    ~Neowilliamsia Garay 1977 - See Epidendrum L. 1763 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Laeliinae.

    ~Neowilliamsia alfaroi (Ames & C.Schweinf.) Dressler 1981 - See Epidendrum alfaroi Ames & C. Schweinf. 1930

    ~*Neowilliamsia cuneata Dressler 1983 - See Epidendrum cuneatoides Dodson ex Hágsater 1993

    ~*Neowilliamsia epidendroides Garay 1977 - See Epidendrum epidendroides (Garay) Mora-Ret. & García Castro 1990 publ. 1991

    ~ Neowilliamsia nervosiflora (Ames & C.Schweinf.) Dressler 1981 - See Epidendrum nervosiflorum Ames & C.Schweinf. 1925

    ~*Neowilliamsia tenuisulcata Dressler 1981 - See Epidendrum tenuisulcatum [Dressler] Hagsater 2007

    Nephelaphyllum Blume1825 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Collabieae, SUBTRIBE Collabiinae

    There are about 16 species of seldom seen terrestrials from Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam that have fleshy variagated leaves on small psuedobulbs and non-resupinate flowers. The sepals and petals are subequal often reflexed, the lip is sessile to the base of the column, has a short spur, is entire to slightly 3 lobed and the disc is keeled. The short column has winged edges and is lacking a foot. The anther has a small conical horn on either side at the back, The are 8 pollina that are unequally adnate to the linear membrane. Culture is similar to the tropical Phaius.

    Common Name or Meaning refers to the cloud-like patterns that can be found on the leaf

    LectoType Species = ! = Nephelaphyllum pulchrum Blume 1825

    1. Nephelaphyllum aureum J.J.Wood 1994

      ~Nephelaphyllum borneense Schltr. 1906 - See Nephelaphyllum pulchrum Blume 1825

      ~Nephelaphyllum chinense Rolfe 1896 - See Collabium chinensis (Rolfe) T. Tang & F.T. Wang 1977

    2. Nephelaphyllum cordifolium (Lindl.) Blume 1858

    3. Nephelaphyllum cristatum Gagnep. 1932

      LATER

      ~Nephelaphyllum cristigerum Aver. 1988 - See Nephelaphyllum tenuiflorum Blume 1825

      ~Nephelaphyllum evrardii (Guillaumin) Tang & F.T.Wang 1951 - See Tainia angustifolia (Lindl.) Benth. & Hook.f. 1883

    4. Nephelaphyllum flabellatum Ames & C.Schweinf. 1920

      ~*Nephelaphyllum grandiflorum Hook.f. 1890 - See Tainia wrayana [Hkr.f] J.J. Sm 1912

      ~Nephelaphyllum latilabre Ridl. 1893 - See Nephelaphyllum pulchrum Blume 1825

    5. !Nephelaphyllum pulchrum Blume 1825

      Full shadeWarmSpringand Summer

      ~Nephelaphyllum pulchrum var. sikkimensis Hook.f. 1890 - See Nephelaphyllum pulchrum Blume 1825

      ~*Nephelaphyllum scapigerum Hook.f. 1863 - See Tainia scapigera (Hook.f.) J.J.Sm. 1912

      ~Nephelaphyllum sikkimensis (Hook.f.) Karth. 1989 - See Nephelaphyllum pulchrum Blume 1825

    6. Nephelaphyllum tenuiflorum Blume 1825

      Full shadeHot To WarmSpring and Summer

    `Nephrangis (Schltr.) Summerh. 1948 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aerangidinae

    There are 2 species in this genus related to Tridactyle but differs in the bilobed lip,

    Common Name or Meaning

    Type Species = ! = Listrostachys filiformis Kraenzl. 1895 = Nephrangis filiformis (Kraenzl.) Summerh. 1948

    1. Nephrangis bertauxiana Szlach. & Olszewski 2001

      Part shadeHotwarmFall

    2. Nephrangis filiformis (Kraenzl.) Summerh. 1948

      LATE LATE EARLY

      ~Nephrangis filiformis var. bertauxiana (Szlach. & Olszewski) R.Rice 2005 - See Nephrangis bertauxiana Szlach. & Olszewski 2001

    ~`Nephranthera Hassk. 1842 - See Renanthera Lour. 1790 SUBFAMILY Epidenroideae, TRIBE Vandeae SUBTRIBE Aeridinae

    ~Nephranthera matutina Hassk. 1842 - See Renanthera matutina [Blume]Lindley 1833

    ~`Nerissa Raf. 1837 - See Ponthieva R. Br. 1813 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Cranichideae SUBTRIBE Cranichidinae

    ~Nerissa glandulosa (Sims) Raf. 1837 - See Ponthieva racemosa (Walter) C. Mohr 1901

    Nervilia Commons ex Gaudich. 1829 SUBFAMILY Epidenroideae, TRIBE Nervilieae SUBTRIBE Nerviliinae

    There are 69 species in this mostly terrestrial genus found in Africa and Asia that has heart shaped leaves often attractively variegated and the flowers are large, complex and mostly white, yellowish or greenish. The leaves and the flowers are produced at separate times of year with the flowers going to seed and dispersing within 3 weeks. The often pendulous flowers are solitary, in pairs or in racemes and have subequal, narrow, connivent or spreading sepals and petals. The narrow lip has the lower part convolute around the column with small triangular, lateral lobes, a flat, ovate to orbicular, entire to fimbriate apical lobe. The elongate, clavate above column has an anticous stigma with 2, large granular, in 2 rows, often cohering pollina without caudilcles or glands.

    Common Name or Meaning refers to the fanshaped, longitudinal veins of the leaf

    Type Species = ! = Nervilia aragoana Commons ex Gaudich. 1826

    Synonyms Aplostellis A. Rich. 1828; Cordyla Blume 1825; Haplostellis Endl. 1837; Roptrostemon Blume 1828

      ~Nervilia abyssinica (Chiov.) Schltr.1920 - See Nervilia kotschyi (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1911

    1. Nervilia acuminata (J.J.Sm.) Schltr. 1911

      SECTION Linervia Schlechter

      Deep shade Hot Warm Fall Spring

    2. Nervilia adolphi Schltr. 1915

      SECTION Linervia

      Fragrance Full shade Warm Cool Summer

      ~Nervilia adolphi var. seposita N.Hallé & Toill.-Gen. 1971 - See Nervilia adolphi Schltr. 1915

    3. Nervilia affinis Schltr. 1924

      Full shade Warm Cool Fall EARLY Winter

      ~Nervilia afzelii Schltr. 1911 - See Nervilia petraea (Afzel. ex Sw.) Summerh. 1945

      ~Nervilia afzelii var. grandiflora Summerh. 1936 - See Nervilia petraea (Afzel. ex Sw.) Summerh. 1945

    4. !Nervilia aragoana Commons ex Gaudich. 1826

      SECTION Nervilia

      Full shadeWarm To HotSpring

      ~Nervilia barklyana (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1911 - See Nervilia bicarinata (Blume) Schltr.1911

      ~Nervilia bathiei Senghas 1964 - See Nervilia crociformis (Zoll. & Moritzi) Seidenf. 1978

    5. Nervilia bicarinata (Blume) Schltr.1911

      SECTION Nervilia

      Full shade Warm To Cool Spring

      ~Nervilia biflora (Wight) Schltr. 1906- See Nervilia plicata (Andrews) Schltr. 1911

      ~Nervilia bollei (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1911 - See Nervilia crociformis (Zoll. & Moritzi) Seidenf. 1978

    6. Nervilia borneensis (J.J.Sm.) Schltr. 1911

      ~Nervilia buchananii (Rolfe) Schltr. 1911 - See Nervilia shirensis (Rolfe) Schltr. 1911

      ~Nervilia calcicola Kerr 1933 - See Nervilia infundibulifolia Blatt. & McCann 1932

    7. Nervilia campestris (J.J.Sm.) Schltr. 1911

      Full shade Hot Warm

      ~Nervilia carinata (Roxb.) Schltr. 1911 - See Nervilia aragoana Commons ex Gaudich. 1826

      ~Nervilia commersonii (Blume) Schltr. 1911 - See Nervilia bicarinata (Blume) Schltr.1911

      ~Nervilia concolor (Blume) Schltr. 1911 - See Nervilia aragoana Commons ex Gaudich. 1826

      ~Nervilia crispata (Blume) Schltr. ex Kraenzl. 1905 - See Nervilia crociformis (Zoll. & Moritzi) Seidenf. 1978

    8. Nervilia crociformis (Zoll. & Moritzi) Seidenf. 1978

      SECTION Linervia Schlechter

      Full shadeWarmHotSpring

    9. Nervilia cumberlegii Seidenf. & Smitinand 1965

      ~Nervilia dalbergiae Jum. & H.Perrier 1912 - See Nervilia kotschyi (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1911

      ~Nervilia dallachyana (F.Muell. ex Benth.) Schltr. 1906 - See Nervilia plicata (Andrews) Schltr. 1911

      ~Nervilia diantha Schltr. 1915 - See Nervilia kotschyi (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1911

    10. Nervilia dilatata (Blume) Schltr. 1911

      Full shade Hot

      ~Nervilia discolor (Blume) Schltr. 1911 - See Nervilia plicata (Andrews) Schltr. 1911

      ~Nervilia discolor var. purpurea (Hayata) S.S.Ying 1977 - See Nervilia plicata (Andrews) Schltr. 1911

      ~ Nervilia erosa P.J.Cribb 1977 - See Nervilia crociformis (Zoll. & Moritzi) Seidenf. 1978

    11. Nervilia falcata (King & Pantl.) Schltr. 1911

      Full shade Hot cool Spring

      ~Nervilia fimbriata Schltr. 1905 - See Nervilia crociformis (Zoll. & Moritzi) Seidenf. 1978

      ~Nervilia flabelliformis [Lindl.]Tang & Wang 1951 - See Nervilia aragoana Commons ex Gaudich. 1826

    12. Nervilia fordii (Hance) Schltr. 1911

      SECTION Vinerlia

      Full shadeHotTo Warm LATERSpring

      ~Nervilia francoisii H.Perrier 1928 - See Nervilia crociformis (Zoll. & Moritzi) Seidenf. 1978

    13. Nervilia fuerstenbergiana Schltr. 1911

      Full shade cool

    14. Nervilia gammieana (Hook.f.) Pfitzer 1888

      SECTION Nervilia

      Deep Shade Warm Spring

      ~ Nervilia gassneri B.Pett. 1990 - See Nervilia lilacea Jum. & H.Perrier 1911

      ~ Nervilia ghindana (Fiori) Cufod. 1972 - See Nervilia bicarinata (Blume) Schltr.1911

    15. Nervilia gracilis Aver. 2011

      Full shade Warm coolLATE winter EARLY Spring

      ~Nervilia grandiflora Schltr. 1924 - See Nervilia renschiana (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1911

      ~Nervilia hallbergii Blatt. & McCann 1932 - See Nervilia infundibulifolia Blatt. & McCann 1932

    16. Nervilia hirsuta (Blume) Schltr. 1911

      Full shade

    17. Nervilia holochila (F.Muell.) Schltr. 1906

      Fragrance Full shade Hot Spring

      ~Nervilia humilis Schltr. 1915 - See Nervilia crociformis (Zoll. & Moritzi) Seidenf. 1978

    18. Nervilia infundibulifolia Blatt. & McCann 1932

      SECTION Linervia Schlechter

      Full shade Warm LATESpring EARLYSummer

      ~Nervilia insolata Jum. & H.Perrier 1912 - See Nervilia renschiana (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1911

    19. Nervilia jacksoniae Rinehart & Fosberg 1991

      Full shade Hot LATER Spring

    20. Nervilia juliana (Roxb.) Schltr.1911

      Full Shade

    21. Nervilia kotschyi (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1911

      SECTION Nervilia

      ~Nervilia kotschyi var. purpurata (Rchb.f. & Sond.) Börge Pett. 1990 - See Nervilia kotschyi (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1911

    22. Nervilia lanyuensis S.S.Ying 1989

      Full shade Spring

    23. Nervilia lilacea Jum. & H.Perrier 1911

      SECTION Linervia

      Fragrance Full shade Warm LATERSpring

    24. Nervilia mackinnonii (Duthie) Schltr. 1911

      Full shade Cool LATER Spring

    25. Nervilia macroglossa (Hook.f.) Schltr. 1911

      SECTION Linervia Schlechter

      ~Nervilia macroglossa var. mackinnonii (Duthie) Pradhan 1976 - See Nervilia mackinnonii (Duthie) Schltr. 1911

    26. Nervilia maculata (E.C.Parish & Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1911

      Full Shade Hot

      ~Nervilia monantha Blatt. & McCann 1932 - See Nervilia crociformis (Zoll. & Moritzi) Seidenf. 1978

    27. Nervilia muratana S.W.Gale 2007 publ. 2008

      Full shade Hot

      ~Nervilia natalensis Schelpe 1966 - See Nervilia renschiana (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1911

    28. Nervilia nipponica Makino 1909

    29. Nervilia palawensis Schltr. 1921

      Full shade Hot

      ~Nervilia parishiana (King & Pantl.) Schltr.1911 - See Nervilia maculata (E.C.Parish & Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1911

    30. Nervilia pectinata P.J.Cribb 1977

      SECTION Linervia

      Full shade Cool Cold LATER Spring

    31. Nervilia peltata B.Gray & D.L.Jones 1994

      Full shade Hot LATE Spring Summer

      ~Nervilia perrieri Schltr. 1924 - See Nervilia affinis Schltr. 1924

    32. Nervilia petraea (Afzel. ex Sw.) Summerh. 1945

      SECTION Linervia

      Deep shadeHotCoolSpring

      ~Nervilia pilosa Schltr. & H.Perrier 1924 - See Nervilia affinis Schltr. 1924

    33. Nervilia plicata (Andrews) Schltr. 1911

      SECTION Vinerlia

      Full shadeHotTo Warm LATESpring

      ~Nervilia plicata var. purpurea (Hayata) S.S.Ying 1990 - See Nervilia kotschyi (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1911

      ~Nervilia prainiana (King & Pantl.) Seidenf. 1978 - See Nervilia crociformis (Zoll. & Moritzi) Seidenf. 1978

    34. Nervilia punctata (Blume) Makino 1902

      Full shade Warm LATESpring

      ~Nervilia purpurata (Rchb.f. & Sond.) Schltr. 1903 - See Nervilia kotschyi (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1911

      ~Nervilia purpurea (Hayata) Schltr. 1911 - See Nervilia plicata (Andrews) Schltr. 1911

      ~Nervilia reniformis Schltr. 1915 - See Nervilia crociformis (Zoll. & Moritzi) Seidenf. 1978

    35. Nervilia renschiana (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1911

      SECTION Nervilia

      Full shade HotWarm Spring Summer

      ~Nervilia sakoae Jum. & H.Perrier 1912 - See Nervilia kotschyi (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1911

      ~Nervilia scottii (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1911 - See Nervilia aragoana Commons ex Gaudich. 1826

    36. Nervilia shirensis (Rolfe) Schltr. 1911

      SECTION Nervilia

      LATER

      ~Nervilia simplex (Thouars) Schltr. 1911 - See Nervilia petraea (Afzel. ex Sw.) Summerh. 1945

    37. Nervilia species Thailand

      Full shadeSpring

    38. Nervilia species ensitu in Malaysia

    39. Nervilia species NW Malaysia

    40. Nervilia sp

    41. Nervilia sp

    42. Nervilia stolziana Schltr. 1915

      SECTION Linervia

      Full Shade Warm Cool Winter

    43. Nervilia subintegra Summerh. 1938

      Full shade Warm LATER Spring

      ~Nervilia tibetensis Rolfe 1913 - See Nervilia aragoana Commons ex Gaudich. 1826

      ~Nervilia toillieziae N.Halle` 1971 - See Nervilia subintegra Summerh. 1938

      ~Nervilia umbrosa (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1911 - See Nervilia bicarinata (Blume) Schltr.1911

      ~Nervilia velutina (C.S.P.Parish & Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1911 - See Nervilia plicata (Andrews) Schltr. 1911

      ~Nervilia viridiflava (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1911 - See Nervilia bicarinata (Blume) Schltr.1911

      ~Nervilia yaeyamensis Hayata 1912 - See Nervilia aragoana Commons ex Gaudich. 1826

    ~`Neumayera Rchb.f. 1872- See Apostasia Blume 1825 SUBFAMILY Apostasoioideae

    ~Neumayera stylidioides (F.Muell.) Rchb.f. 1872 - See Apostasia stylidioides (F.Muell.) Rchb.f. 1872

    Neuwiedia Blume 1834 SUBFAMILY Apostasoioideae

    There are 8 species in this terrestrial genus occuring from SE Asia to southern China and on to the southwest Pacific and is almost unique [the other is Apostasia Blume] in having three fertile stamen and has powdery and granular pollen but never developed into a pollina

    Common Name or Meaning Prince Maximillan Neuwied's Orchid

    Type Species = ! = Neuwiedia veratrifolia Blume 1834

      ~Neuwiedia amboinensis J.J.Sm. 1914 - See Neuwiedia veratrifolia Blume 1834

      ~Neuwiedia annamensis Gagnep. 1933 - See Neuwiedia zollingeri Rchb.f. 1857

      ~Neuwiedia balansae Baill. ex Gagnep. 1933 - See Neuwiedia singapureana (Wall. ex Baker) Rolfe 1907

    1. Neuwiedia borneensis de Vogel 1969

      deep shade hotWarm

      ~Neuwiedia calanthoides Ridl. 1886 - See Neuwiedia veratrifolia Blume 1834

      ~Neuwiedia cucullata J.J.Sm. 1911 - See Neuwiedia veratrifolia Blume 1834

      ~Neuwiedia curtisii Rolfe 1889 - See Neuwiedia singapureana (Wall. ex Baker) Rolfe 1907

    2. Neuwiedia griffithii Rchb.f. 1874

      Part Shade Hot

      ~Neuwiedia javanica J.J.Sm.1914 - See Neuwiedia zollingeri Rchb.f.1857

      ~Neuwiedia lindleyi Rolfe 1889 - See Neuwiedia veratrifolia Blume 1834

      ~Neuwiedia ochracea Ridl. 1922 - See Neuwiedia singapureana (Wall. ex Baker) Rolfe 1907

    3. Neuwiedia singapureana (Wall. ex Baker) Rolfe 1907

    4. !Neuwiedia veratrifolia Blume 1834

      FragrancePart Shade Hot Warm

    5. Neuwiedia zollingeri Rchb.f.1857

      ~Neuwiedia zollingeri var. annamensis (Gagnep.) Aver. 2008 - See Neuwiedia zollingeri Rchb.f.1857

      ~Neuwiedia zollingeri var. javanica (J.J.Sm.) de Vogel 1969 - See Neuwiedia zollingeri Rchb.f.1857

      ~Neuwiedia zollingeri var. singapureana (Wall. ex Baker) de Vogel 1969 - See Neuwiedia singapureana (Wall. ex Baker) Rolfe 1907

    `Nidema Britton & Millsp. 1920 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae SUBTRIBE Laeliinae

    There are 2 species in this epiphytic warm growing genus that occurs from Mexico to Peru and the Caribbean and Surinam as a hot growing epiphyte in wet forests at elevations of sea-level to 500 meters.. They have single-leafed psuedobulbs with a racemose inflorescence that arises from the apex of a newly forming psuedobulbs. The flowers have the sepals and petals free, the lip completely free from the footless, ligulate column, and apical anther and four hard, compressed pollina with caudicles.

    Common Name or Meaning an Anagramm of Dinema another genus with similarities to this one

    Type Species = ! = Nidema ottonis [Rchb.f] Britton & Millsap 1920

    1. Nidema boothii (Lindl.) Schltr. 1922

      FragrancePart shadeWarmTo HotSpring

      Nidema boothii var australis Schlechter 1923 - See Nidema ottonis (Rchb. f.) Britton & Millsp.

      ~Nidema ottonis var. triandrum Schltr. 1922 - See Nidema ottonis (Rchb. f.) Britton & Millsp.

    2. !Nidema ottonis (Rchb. f.) Britton & Millsp. 1920

      FragrancePart shadeWarmTo HotSpring

      ~Nidema ottonis var. triandrum Schltr. 1922 - See Nidema ottonis [Rchb.f] Britton & Millsp.

      ~Nidema paleacea (Lindl.) Acuńa 1939 - See Nidema boothii (Lindl.) Schltr. 1922

    ~Nidus listerodes (Lindl.) Kuntze 1891 - See Neottia listeroides Lindl. 1839

    ~`Niemeyera F.Muell. 1867 - See Apostasia Blume 1825 SUBFAMILY Apostasoioideae

    ~Niemeyera stylidioides F.Muell. 1867 - See Apostasia stylidioides (F.Muell.) Rchb.f. 1872

    ~`Nienokuea A.Chev. 1945 - See Polystachya Hooker 1824 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Polystachyinae

    ~Nienokuea bambusoides A.Chev. 1945 - See Polystachya microbambusa Kraenzl. 1926

    ~Nienokuea lutea A.Chev. 1920 - See Polystachya microbambusa Kraenzl. 1926

    ~Nienokuea microbambusa (Kraenzl.) A.Chev. 1945 - See Polystachya microbambusa Kraenzl. 1926

    ~Nigritella L.C. Richards 1818 - See Gymnadenia R. Br. 1813 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Orchideae SUBTRIBE Orchidinae.

      ~Nigritella angustifolia Rich. 1817 - See Gymnadenia nigra (L.) Rchb.f 1856

      ~Nigritella austriaca (Teppner & E.Klein) P.Delforge 1991 - See Gymnadenia austriaca (Teppner & E.Klein) P.Delforge 1998

      ~Nigritella austriaca subsp. iberica (Teppner & E.Klein) L.Sáez 2004 - See Gymnadenia austriaca (Teppner & E.Klein) P.Delforge 1998

      ~Nigritella brachystachya A.Kern. 1865 - See Gymnadenia rubra Wettstein 1889

      ~Nigritella cenisia G.Foelsche & al. 1998 - See Gymnadenia rhellicani (Teppner & E.Klein) Teppner & E.Klein 1998

      ~Nigritella corneliana (Beauverd) Gölz & Reinhard 1926 - See Gymnadenia corneliana (Beauverd) Teppner & E.Klein 1998

      ~Nigritella corneliana subsp. bourneriasii E.Breiner & R.Breiner 1993 - See Gymnadenia corneliana (Beauverd) Teppner & E.Klein 1998

      ~Nigritella corneliana var. bourneriasii (E.Breiner & R.Breiner) E.Klein 1996 - See Gymnadenia corneliana (Beauverd) Teppner & E.Klein 1998

      ~Nigritella fragrans Saut. ex Rchb. 1830 - See Gymnadenia rubra Wettstein 1889

      ~Nigritella gabasiana Teppner & Klein 1993 - See Gymnadenia gabasiana (Teppner & E.Klein) Teppner & E.Klein 1998

      ~Nigritella globosa (L.) Rchb. 1830 - See Traunsteinera globosa (Linne) Rchb. 1842

      ~Nigritella hybrida Schur 1866 - See Gymnadenia rubra Wettstein 1889

      ~ *Nigritella lithopolitanica Ravnik 1978 - See Gymnadenia lithopolitanica (Ravnik) Teppner & E.Klein 1998

      ~Nigritella lithopolitanica subsp. corneliana (Beauverd) Teppner & Klein ? - See Gymnadenia corneliana (Beauverd) Teppner & E.Klein 1998

      ~Nigritella megastachya A.Kern. 1865 - See Gymnadenia rubra Wettstein 1889

      ~Nigritella miniata (Crantz) Janchen 1959 - See Gymnadenia rubra Wettstein 1889

      ~Nigritella nigra (L.) Rchb.f. 1908 - See Gymnadenia nigra (L.) Rchb.f 1856

      ~Nigritella nigra lus. fulva G.Keller in G.Keller & al. 1933 - See Gymnadenia rhellicani (Teppner & E.Klein) Teppner & E.Klein 1998

      ~Nigritella nigra [L.]Rchb.f subs. austriaca Teppner & Klein 1830 - See Gymnadenia austriaca (Teppner & E.Klein) P.Delforge 1998

      ~*Nigritella nigra subsp. corneliana Beauverd 1925 - See Gymnadenia corneliana (Beauverd) Teppner & E.Klein 1998

      ~Nigritella nigra subsp. gallica E.Breiner & R.Breiner, Mitt 1993 - See Gymnadenia austriaca (Teppner & E.Klein) P.Delforge 1998

      ~Nigritella nigra subsp. iberica Teppner & Klein 1993 - See Gymnadenia austriaca (Teppner & E.Klein) P.Delforge 1998

      ~Nigritella nigra subsp. lithopolitanica (Ravnik) H.Baumann & R.Lorenz 2005 - See Gymnadenia lithopolitanica (Ravnik) Teppner & E.Klein 1998

      ~Nigritella nigra subsp. rhellicani (Teppner & E.Klein) H.Baumann 2004 - See Gymnadenia rhellicani (Teppner & E.Klein) Teppner & E.Klein 1998

      ~Nigritella nigra subsp. rubra (Wettstein) Beauverd 1926 - See Gymnadenia rubra Wettstein 1889

      ~Nigritella nigra var. pyrenaica Schlechter ?- See Gymnadenia gabasiana (Teppner & E.Klein) Teppner & E.Klein 1998

      ~Nigritella nigra var. rosea Vis. & Sacc. ex Goiran 1883 - See Gymnadenia rhellicani (Teppner & E.Klein) Teppner & E.Klein 1998

      ~Nigritella rhellicani Teppner & Klein 1990 - See Gymnadenia rhellicani (Teppner & E.Klein) Teppner & E.Klein 1998

      ~Nigritella rhellicani f. fulva (G.Keller) Teppner & E.Klein 1990 - See Gymnadenia rhellicani (Teppner & E.Klein) Teppner & E.Klein 1998

      ~Nigritella rhellicani var. rosea (Vis. & Sacc. ex Goiran) Teppner & E.Klein 1990 - See Gymnadenia rhellicani (Teppner & E.Klein) Teppner & E.Klein 1998

      ~Nigritella rubra (Wettstein) K. Richter 1890 - See Gymnadenia rubra Wettstein 1889

      ~Nigritella rubra lus. vesubiana G.Keller 1935 - See Gymnadenia corneliana (Beauverd) Teppner & E.Klein 1998

      ~Nigritella suaveolens W.D.J.Koch 1837 - See Gymnadenia rubra Wettstein 1889

    ~`Niphantha Luer 2007 - See Pleurothallis R. Brown 1813 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Pleurothallidinae

    ~Niphantha gelida Luer 2007 - See Pleurothallis gelida Lindl. 1841

    ~Niphantha pidax luer 2007 - See Pleurothallis gelida Lindl. 1841

    ~`Nipponorchis Masamune 1934 - See Neofinetia H.H.Hu SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aeridinae.

    ~Nipponorchis falcata [Thunb.]Masamune 1934 - See Neofinetia falcata [Thunb.] H.H.Hu 1925

    ~`Nitidobulbon Ojeda, Carnevali & G.A.Romero 2009 - See Maxillaria Ruiz and Pavon 1794 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae, SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae

    ~Nitidobulbon cymbidioides (Dodson, J.T.Atwood & Carnevali) Ojeda & G.A.Romero 2009 - See Maxillaria cymbidioides Dodson, J.T.Atwood & Carnevali 1997

    ~Nitidobulbon nasutum (Rchb.f.) Ojeda & Carnevali 2009 - See Maxillaria nasuta Rchb. f. 1866

    ~Nitidobulbon proboscideum (Rchb.f.) Ojeda & Carnevali 2009 - See Maxillaria proboscidea Rchb.f. 1854

    ~`Nitidocidium Barros & Rodrigues 2010 - See Oncidium Sw. 1800 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae.

    ~Nitidocidium gracile Barros & Rodrigues 2010 - See Oncidium gracile Lindley 1837

    ~`Nohawilliamsia M.W.Chase & Whitten 2009 - See Oncidium Sw. 1800 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae.

    ~Nohawilliamsia pirarensis (Rchb.f.) M.W.Chase & Whitten 2009 - See Oncidium pirarense Rchb.f. 1850

    ~`Norna Wahlenb. 1826 - See Calypso Salisb. 1807 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Calypsoeae

    ~Norna borealis (Salisb.) Wahlenb. 1826 - See Calypso bulbosa (L.) Oakes 1842

    `Notheria P.O'Byrne & J.J.Verm. 2000 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Podochileae, SUBTRIBE Eriinae

    This is a monotypic genus occuring in Sulawesi

    Common Name or Meaning

    Type Species = ! = Notheria diaphana P.O'Byrne & J.J.Verm. 2000

    1. !Notheria diaphana P.O'Byrne & J.J.Verm. 2000

      Part Shade Warm LATEFallEARLY Winter

    `Nothodoritis Z.H.Tsi 1989 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aeridinae.

    There is only one species in this genus created for this orchid that is similar to Doritis but differs in the flower morphology.

    Common Name or Meaning The Fake Doritis

    Type Species = ! = Nothodoritis zhejiangensis Z.H.Tsi 1989

    1. !Nothodoritis zhejiangensis Z.H.Tsi 1989

      Part shade cool Spring

    ~Notiophrys Lindl. 1857 - See Platylepis A. Rich. 1828 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Cranichideae SUBTRIBE Goodyerinae

    ~*Notiophrys glandulosa Lindl. 1862 - See Platylepis glandulosa (Lindl.) Rchb. f. 1877

    ~Notiophrys occulta (Thouars) Lindl. 1857 - See Platylepis occulta (Thouars) Rchb.f. 1876

    Notylia Lindley 1825 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae

    This is a medium sized genus with 56 species spread from Mexico to Brazil and Bolivia most often between the elevwtions of sealevel to 800 meters with psuedobulbs or not and an apical leaf having one or two foliaceous sheathes that surround the bottom of the bulb. As a whole they grow well mounted on tree fern or cork and need even warm to hot year round conditions. The genus is characterized by having tightly packed pseudobulbs witha single flat leaf at the apex, with the base surrounded by disticious imbricating sheaths from which the pendant, spiral, dense or separated, many flowered inflorescence arises. The flowers have free or united lateral sepals and at times united at the apex, the petals are free and often arch downwards to nearly touching at the apex. The lip has a claw at the base and a triangular blade and may or may not have a callus that is a keel down the mid-line of the claw and extending out onto the blade. It has a terete column with a dorsal anther and a stigma at the apex which is a longitudinal slit. The elongate stipe carries two pollina at the apex.

    Common Name or Meaning refers to the callus on the stigma

    Synonyms Tridachne Liebm. ex Lindley & Paxt. 1852-3

    Type Species = ! = Notylia multiflora Lindl. 1825 = Notylia sagittifera (Kunth) Link, Klotzsch & Otto 1841

      ~*Notylia adunca Dressler 1974 - See Macroclinium aduncum (Dressler) Dodson 1984

    1. Notylia albida Klotsch 1851

      Part shadeHot Spring

      ~Notylia amesii L.B. Sm. & S.K. Harris 1937 - See Notylia microchila Cogn. 1904

      ~Notylia amesiana L.B. Sm. & S.K. Harris 1937 - See Notylia microchila Cogn. 1904

    2. Notylia angustifolia Cogn. 1910

      FragranceFull shadeWarm TO HotSpring

      ~Notylia angustilancea Schltr. 1914 - See Notylia orbicularis A.Rich. & Galeotti 1845

      ~Notylia apiculata Cogn. 1910 - See Notylia punctata (Ker Gawl.) Lindl. 1842

    3. Notylia aromatica Barker ex Lindl. 1841

      FragranceDeep ShadeHotWarm

    4. !Notylia barkeri Lindley 1838

      FragranceFull shadeWarm TO HotSpring

      ~*Notylia bicolor Lindl. 1842 - See Macroclinium bicolor (Lindl.) Dodson 1984

      ~Notylia bipartita Rchb.f. 1854 - See Notylia barkeri Lindley 1838

      ~Notylia boliviensis Schltr. 1922 - See Notylia peruviana (Schltr.) C.Schweinf. 1946

      ~Notylia brenesii Schlechter 1923 - See Notylia barkeri Lindley 1838

      ~Notylia broadwayi Cogn. in I.Urban 1910 - See Notylia punctata (Ker Gawl.) Lindl. 1842

    5. Notylia buchtienii Schltr. 1912

      Full ShadeHot Summer THROUGHwinter

    6. Notylia bungerothii Rchb. f. 1887

      Part shadeHotTo WarmSpring

      ~Notylia cardioglossa Rchb.f. 1854 - See Notylia fragrans Wullschl. ex H.Focke 1853

    7. Notylia carnosiflora C.Schweinf. 1946

      Full ShadeWarmCool

      ~Notylia conduplicans C. Schweinf. 1946 - See Notylia microchila Cogn. 1904

      ~*Notylia cordesii L.O. Williams 1939 - See Macroclinium cordesii (L.O. Williams) Dodson 1984

    8. Notylia fragrans Wullschl. ex H.Focke 1853

      FragranceFull shade Hot

      ~Notylia gracilispica Schltr.1922 - See Notylia pentachne Rchb.f. 1854

      ~Notylia guatemalensis Schlechter 1918 - See Notylia barkeri Lindley 1838

    9. Notylia hemitricha Barb.Rodr. 1881

      Full shade

      ~Notylia huegelii Fenzl 1850 - See Notylia orbicularis A.Rich. & Galeotti 1845

    10. Notylia incurva Lindl.1838

      ~Notylia inodora (Schiede) Conz. 1947 - See Vanilla inodora Schiede 1829

    11. Notylia inversa Barb.Rodr. 1882

      ~*Notylia juncta Dressler 1969 - See Macroclinium junctum (Dressler) Dodson 1984

    12. Notylia lankesteri Ames 1923

      FragranceFull ShadeHotCoolFall

    13. Notylia latilabia Ames & C.Schweinf. 1925

      Full shade Hot LATESummer EARLYFall

    14. Notylia laxa Rchb.f. 1881

      Full ShadeHotSpring EARLYSummer

      ~Notylia laxiflora Westc. 1841 - See Notylia aromatica Barker ex Lindl. 1841

    15. Notylia leucantha Salazar 1999

      ~*Notylia lexarzana Hágsater & R. González 1976 - See Macroclinium lexarzanum (Hágsater & R. González) Dodson 1984

      ~*Notylia linearis Ames & C. Schweinf. 1925 - See Macroclinium lineare (Ames & C.Schweinf.) Dodson 1984

    16. Notylia lyrata S.Moore 1895

      ~Notylia lyrata var. major Cogn. 1904 - See Notylia lyrata S.Moore 1895

      ~*Notylia manabina Dodson 1980 - See Macroclinium manabinum (Dodson) Dodson 1984

    17. Notylia micrantha Lindl. 1838 NO PHOTO

    18. Notylia microchila Cogn. 1904

      Part shadeWarm TO HotSpring

      ~Notylia moyobambae Schltr. 1921 - See Notylia moyobambae Schltr. 1921

      ~Notylia multiflora Lindl. 1825 - See Notylia sagittifera (Kunth) Link, Klotzsch & Otto 1841

      ~Notylia multiflora Hook. 1844 - See Notylia leucantha Salazar 1999

      ~!Notylia multiflora Hooker 1844 - See Notylia barkeri Lindley 1838

      ~Notylia nana Cogn.1910 - See Notylia angustifolia Cogn. 1910

    19. Notylia nemorosa Barb.Rodr. 1882

      ~*Notylia oberonia Schltr. 1920 - See Macroclinium oberonia (Schltr.) Dodson 1984

    20. Notylia orbicularis A.Rich. & Galeotti 1845

      to

      ~Notylia orbicularis subsp. warfordiae Salazar 1994 - See Notylia orbicularis A.Rich. & Galeotti 1845

      ~*Notylia paniculata Ames & C. Schweinf. 1930 - See Macroclinium paniculatum (Ames & C. Schweinf.) Dodson 1984

    21. Notylia parvilabia C.Schweinf. 1946

    22. Notylia pentachne Rchb.f. 1854

    23. Notylia peruviana (Schltr.) C.Schweinf. 1946

      Part shadeHot

    24. Notylia pittieri Schltr. 1918

      to

      ~Notylia planifolia (Jacks. ex Andrews) Conz. 1947 - See Vanilla planifolia Jacks. ex Andrews 1808

    25. Notylia platyglossa Schltr. 1914

      Full shadeHot

      ~Notylia pompona (Schiede) Conz. 1947 - See Vanilla pompona Schiede 1829

    26. Notylia pubescens Lindl. 1842

      FragrancePart Shade><img src=CoolSummer

    27. Notylia punctata (Ker Gawl.) Lindl. 1842

      to EARLIER

      ~*Notylia ramonensis Schltr. 1923 - See Macroclinium ramonense (Schltr.) Dodson 1984

    28. Notylia replicata Rchb. f. 1878

      Part shadeHotWarm TO Winter TO EARLY Spring

    29. Notylia rhombilabia C.Schweinf. 1946

    30. Notylia rimbachii Schltr.1921

    31. !Notylia sagittifera (Kunth) Link, Klotzsch & Otto 1841

      Full shade Hot CoolFallWinter

      ~Notylia sativa (Schiede) Conz. 1947 - See Vanilla planifolia Jacks. ex Andrews 1808

      ~Notylia sylvestris (Schiede) Conz. 1947 - See Vanilla planifolia Jacks. ex Andrews 1808

      ~Notylia tamaulipensis Rchb.f. 1860 - See Notylia barkeri Lindley 1838

    32. Notylia tapirapoanensis Hoehne 1910

      ~Notylia tenuis Lindl.1838 - See Notylia sagittifera (Kunth) Link, Klotzsch & Otto 1841

      ~Notylia tridachne Lindl. & Paxton 1852 - See Notylia orbicularis A.Rich. & Galeotti 1845

    33. Notylia trisepala Lindl. & Paxton 1852

      ~Notylia turialbae Schltr.1923 - See Notylia trisepala Lindl. & Paxton 1852

      ~Notylia vanilla (L.) Conz. 1947 - See Vanilla mexicana Mill. 1768

    34. Notylia venezuelana Schltr.1919

      ~*Notylia wullschlaegeliana Focke 1853 - See Macroclinium wullschlaegelianum (Focke) Dodson 1984

      ~*Notylia xiphophorus Rchb.f. 1886 - See Macroclinium xyphophorus (Rchb. f.) Dodson 1984

    35. Notylia yauaperyensis Barb.Rodr. 1891

    Notyliopsis P. Ortiz 1996 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae

    A monotypic genus of warm growing, miniature epiphytes with single leafed pseudobulbs enveloped by non-foleaceous sheaths and blooms in the late fall on a pendant, racemose, few flowered inflorescence.

    Common Name or Meaning The Notylia-Like Notyliopsis

    Type Species = ! = Notyliopsis beatricis P. Ortiz 1996

    1. !Notyliopsis beatricis P. Ortiz 1996

      Full ShadeWarmLATEFall

    ~`Nychosma Raf. 1836 - See Epidendrum L. 1763 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Laeliinae.

    ~Nychosma nocturna [Jacq.]Raf. - See *Epidendrum nocturnum Jacq. 1763

    ~`Nyctosma Raf. 1837 - See Epidendrum L. SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Laeliinae.

    ~Nyctosma nocturna [Jacq.]Raf. 1837 - See *Epidendrum nocturnum Jacq. 1763

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