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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.

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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;

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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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Quekettia Lindl. 1839 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae, SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae.

There are 4 species in this genus currently all found in Northern South America south to Brazil and mostly in the hot humid lowlands. The genus is characterized by the small plants with tiny single leafed pseduobulbs enveloped basally by a few, non-foliaceous to foliaceous sheaths and carrying fleshy, red-spotted, terete to semi terete leaves that blooms on paniculate inflorescence arising from the base of the pseudobulb and carries pink flowers with a free dorsal sepal, the petals and the connate lateral sepals form a tube that flares at the apex, The spurless lip is connecte to the column foot and the column is winged and has an apical anther with 2 hard pollina.

Common Name or Meaning Named for E. J. Quekett an English botanist

Type Species = ! = Quekettia microscopica Lindl. 1839

    ~Quekettia australis Kraenzl. 1906 - See Capanemia micromera Barb. Rodr. 1877

    ~Quekettia chrysantha Barb.Rodr. 1891 - See Quekettia microscopica Lindl. 1839

    ~Quekettia duseniana Kraenzl. 1921 - See Capanemia thereziae Barb. Rodr. 1877

    ~Quekettia longirostellata Samp. 1916 - See Capanemia thereziae Barb. Rodr. 1877

    ~Quekettia micromera (Barb. Rodr.) Cogn. 1904 - See Capanemia micromera Barb. Rodr. 1877

    ~Quekettia micromera var. major Cogn. 1905 - See Capanemia micromera Barb. Rodr. 1877

  1. Quekettia microscopica Lindl. 1839

    LATER

    ~Quekettia microscopica var. naboulettiana Hauman 1920 - See Capanemia micromera Barb. Rodr. 1877

  2. Quekettia papillosa Garay 1954

  3. Quekettia pygmaea (Cogn.) Garay & R.E.Schult. 1957

    to

    ~Quekettia theresiae (Barb. Rodr.) Cogn. 1904 - See Capanemia thereziae Barb. Rodr. 1877

    ~Quekettia theresiae var. angustifolia Cogn. 1905 - See Capanemia thereziae Barb. Rodr. 1877

  4. Quekettia vermeuleniana Determann 1981

~`Queteletia Blume - See Orchipedum Breda 1829SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Cranichideae SUBTRIBE Goodyerinae

~Queteletia plantaginifolia (Breda) Blume 1858 - See Orchipedum plantaginifolium Breda 1827

`Quisqueya Dod 1979 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Laeliinae

There are 4 species in this epiphytic and litho-terrestrial genus confines to Hispanola with sleder stems, large fleshy roots similat to Tetramicra and Neocogniauxia, and the sheaths are unspeckled as in Neocogniauxia. The flowers have a closed cunicular nectary in the neck of the ovary which is an extension from the throat of the lip where the column and lip cojoin.

Common Name or Meaning The Lovely Land Orchid [refers to Hispanola]

Type Species = ! = Quisqueya karstii Dod 1979

  1. Quisqueya ekmanii Dod 1979

    ~Quisqueya fuertesii Dod 1983 - See Quisqueya rosea (Mansf.) Dod 1979

  2. Quisqueya holdridgei Dod 1979

  3. !Quisqueya karstii Dod 1979

  4. Quisqueya rosea (Mansf.) Dod 1979

~Raciborskanthos Szlach. 1995 - See Cleisostoma Blume 1825 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aeridinae.

One of the largest mini flowered genera of it's subtribe it is widely distributed over the entire tropical Asia and out to the Philippines and south to Australia. This genus is composed of 100 different, compact, small to medium epiphytes that have flat fleshy leaves or terete leaves. The inflorescence can be short or long, simple or branched, erect or pendulous and always multiflowered. The 3-lobed lip is spurred and has a sort of a foot that is attached to the margins of the side lobes and the short column with a short foot has 4 pollina that are united in 2 round bodies. The genus was established by C. L. Blume in 1825 using Cleisostoma sagittatum as the type species.

~Raciborskanthos capricornis (Ridl.) Szlach. 1995 - See Cleisostoma capricorne [Ridley]Garay 1972

~Raciborskanthos halophilus (Ridl.) Szlach. 1995 - See Cleisostoma halophilum (Ridl.) Garay 1972

~Raciborskanthos minax (Rchb.f.) Szlach. 1995 - See Cleisostoma minax (Rchb.f.) Seidenf. 1995

~Raciborskanthos muticus (Rchb.f.) Szlach. 2003 - See Cleisostoma muticum (Rchb.f.) Garay 1972

~Raciborskanthos striatus (Rchb.f.) Szlach. 2003 - See Cleisostoma striatum (Rchb.f.) N.E.Br. 1882

~Radinocion Ridley 1887 - See Aerangis Rchb.f 1865 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aerangidinae.

~`Ramonia Schltr. 1923 - See Scaphyglottis Poeppig & Endl. 1836 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Laeliinae.

~*Ramonia pulchella Schltr. 1923 - See Scaphyglottis pulchella (Schltr.) L.O. Williams 1941

~Ramphidia (Lindl.) Lindl. 1857 - See Hetaeria Blume, Bijdr. 1825?] SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Cranichideae SUBTRIBE Goodyerinae

~Ramphidia alsinifolia Lindl. 1857 - See Myrmechis gracilis (Blume) Blume 1859

Rangaeris [Schlechter]Summerhayes 1936 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aerangidinae.

There are approximately 6 small to medium sized species in this monopodial epiphytic genus indigenous to Africa that is similar to Aerangis but differs in having a viscidium with 2 stipites instead of the one that Aerangis has.

Common Name or Meaning An anagram of Aerangis

Type Species = ! = Rangaeris muscicola (Rchb.f) Summerh. 1936

  1. Rangaeris amaniensis (Kraenzl.) Schltr. 1949

    Fragrance Part sunCool to Hot Spring

    ~Rangaeris biglandulosa Summerh. 1936 - See Cribbia brachyceras ( Summerh. ) Senghas 1985

    ~Rangaeris brachyceras (Summerh.) Summerh. 1936 - See Cribbia brachyceras ( Summerh. ) Senghas 1985

  2. !Rangaeris muscicola (Rchb.f.) Summerh. 1936

    FragrancePart sunWarm Cool Fall Winter

  3. Rangaeris rhipsalisocia (Rchb.f.) Summerh. 1936

    Part shadeHot SpringEARLYSummer

  4. Rangaeris schliebenii (Mansf.) P.J.Cribb 1989

    LATER

~`Ranorchis D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem. 2002 - See Pterostylis R. Brown 1810 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Cranichideae SUBTRIBE Pterostylidinae.

~Ranorchis sargentii (C.R.P.Andrews) D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem 2002 - See Pterostylis sargentii C.R.P. Andrews 1905

`Rauhiella Pabst & Braga 1978 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae

There are three species in this Brazilian genus segregated from Chytroglossa but is distinguished by the shape and size of the lateral sepals which are slightly longer than the dorsal and similar to the petals, the broad lip, the shape of the callus and the strongly sigmoid, thick column with 2 lateral, arm-like appendages.

Common Name or Meaning Rauh's Orchid [German Botanist Late 1900's]

Type Species = ! = Rauhiella brasiliensis Pabst & Braga 1978

  1. !Rauhiella brasiliensis Pabst & Braga 1978

    Full shadeWarm

    ~Rauhiella ornata F.E.L.Miranda 1992 publ. 1993 - See Rauhiella silvana Toscano 1993

  2. Rauhiella seehaweri (I.Bock) Toscano & Christenson 2001

    Part shade Warm

  3. Rauhiella silvana Toscano 1993

    Full shadeWarm

Raycadenco Dodson 1989 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae.

This is a monotypic genus occurring in southern Ecuador and carachterized by the pseudomonopodial plant and 2 to 3 flowered inflorescence arising from the leaf axils, the sepals and petals are free and spreading, there is a pubescent callus on the lip, the column has a large hood-like extension over the anther and there are 2 hard pollina.

Common Name or Meaning The RAYmond McCullough, CArl Withner, Dennis D'Alessandro and COrdelia Head Orchid [A composite acronym of the discoverer's names]

Type Species = ! = Raycadenco ecuadorensis Dodson 1989

  1. !Raycadenco ecuadorensis Dodson 1989

    Full shadeCool ColdFall

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

~Regalia ayabacana (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia ayabacana Luer. 1978

~Regalia dura (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia dura Luer 1978

~Regalia goliath (Luer & Andreetta) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia goliath Luer & Andreetta 1992

~Regalia newmaniana (Luer & Teague) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia newmaniana Luer & Teague 1998

~Regalia panguiensis (Luer & Andreetta) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia panguiensis Luer & Andreetta 1983

~Regalia princeps (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia princeps Luer 1994

~Regalia regina (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia regina Luer 1998

~Regalia robusta (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia robusta Luer 1998

~Regalia titan (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia titan Luer 1996

~ Regalia utriculata (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia utriculata Luer 1979

~`Regnellia Barb. Rodr. 1877 - See Bletia Ruiz & Pavon 1794 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae SUBTRIBE Bletiinae

~Regnellia purpurea Barb. Rodr. 1877 -See Bletia catenulata Ruiz & Pavon 1798

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

~Reichantha calura (Rchb.f.) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia calura Rchb. f. 1883

~Reichantha chasei (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia chasei Luer 1980

~Reichantha cupularis (Rchb.f.) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia cupularis Rchb. f. 1866

~Reichantha demissa (Rchb. f.) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia demissa Rchb.f. 1887

~Reichantha eburnea (Luer & Maduro) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia eburnea Luer & Maduro

~Reichantha fulvescens (Rolfe) Luer2006 - See Masdevallia fulvescens Rolfe 1890

~Reichantha gloriae (Luer & Maduro) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia gloriae Luer & Maduro 2003

~Reichantha lankesteriana (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia lankesteriana Luer 1995

~Reichantha marginella (Rchb.f.) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia marginella Rchb.f. 1883

~Reichantha mejiana (Garay) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia mejiana Garay 1970

~Reichantha ostaurina (Luer) Luer2006 - See Masdevallia ostaurina Luer 2004

~Reichantha reichenbachiana (Endrés ex Rchb.f.) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia reichenbachiana Endres 1875

~Reichantha rolfeana (Kraenzl.) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia rolfeana Kraenzl. 1891

~Reichantha schroederiana (H.J.Veitch) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia schroederiana Sander 1890

~Reichantha striatella (Rchb.f.) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia striatella Rchb. f. 1886

~Reichantha thienii (Dodson) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia thienii Dodson 1977

~Reichantha tokachiorum (Luer) Luer 2007 - See Masdevallia tokachiorum Luer 1991

~Reichantha tonduzii (Woolward) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia tonduzii Woolward 1906

~Reichantha walteri (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia walteri Luer 1979

~Reichenbachanthus Barb. Rodr. 1881-2 - See Scaphyglottis Poeppig & Endl. 1836 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Laeliinae.

    ~Reichenbachanthus cuniculatus (Schltr.) Pabst 1955 - See Scaphyglottis cuniculata (Schltr.) Dressler 2002

    ~Reichenbachanthus lankesteri (Ames) Mora-Ret. & J.B. García 1992 - See Scaphyglottis subulata Schltr. 1910

    ~Reichenbachanthus modestus Barb. Rodr. 1882 - See Scaphyglottis brasiliensis (Schltr.) Dressler 2004

    ~Reichenbachanthus reflexus (Lindl.) Brade 1935 - See Scaphyglottis reflexa Lindl. 1839

    ~Reichenbachanthus subulatus (Schltr.) Dressler 1997 - See Scaphyglottis subulata Schltr. 1910

Renanthera Lour. 1790 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aeridinae.

This genus is comprised of some 20 species from SE Asia to the Philippines. They are best grown in wood slat baskets and as a rule like partial to full sun and unlike Vanda, less water and fertilizer after blooming. Otherwise their growing habit is very much like Vanda. Characterized by the elongate stem carrying many leathery leaves and blooming on a long, semi-erect to horizontal, branched, red to yellow flowered inflroescence with sreading, wavy edged tepals, laterla sepals usual;ly much longer and broader. The lip is smaller thant he tepals and is firmly attached to the column with an unornamented back wall, callosities on the sides walls of the conical sac with raised sidelobes for the hypochile, a small most often recurved epichile. The column is short and stout and there is not a foot. The 4 pollina are in unequal pairs with a broad stipe and a fleshy viscidium.

Synonyms `Nephranthera Hassk. 1842

Type Species = ! = Renanthera coccinea Lour. 1790

    ~Renanthera alba (Ridl.) Ridl. 1896 - See Arachnis hookeriana (Rchb.f.) Rchb.f. 1886

    ~Renanthera angustifolia Hook.f. 1896 - See Renanthera matutina [Blume]Lindley 1833

    Part sunHot to Warm Summer

  1. Renanthera annamensis Rolfe 1907

    Part sunHot to Warm LATER

    ~Renanthera arachnites Lindley 1833 - See Arachnis flos-aeris (L.) Rchb. f. 1886

    ~Renanthera auyongii Christenson 1986 - See Renantherella auyongii (Christenson) R.Rice 2003

  2. Renanthera bella J.J. Wood 1981

    Part sunHot to WarmWinter Summer

    ~Renanthera bilinguis Rchb. f. 1854 - See Arachnis labrosa (Lindl. & Paxton) Rchb.f. 1886

  3. Renanthera breviflora (Rchb.f.) R.Rice & J.J.Wood 2003

  4. Renanthera citrina Aver. 1997

    Part sunHot to Warm

  5. !Renanthera coccinea Lour. 1790

    Full sun Warm Hot

  6. Renanthera edefeldtii F. Muell. & Kraenzl. ex Kraenzl. 1894

    Part sunHot to Warm Summer to EARLY Fall

  7. Renanthera elongata (Blume) Lindl. 1833

    Full Sun HotSummer

    ~Renanthera evrardii Guillaumin 1930 - See Arachnis annamensis (Rolfe) J.J. Sm. 1912

    ~Renanthera flos-aeris Rchb.f 1858 - See Arachnis flos-aeris (L.) Rchb. f. 1886

    ~*Renanthera histrionica Rchb.f. 1878 - See Renantherella histrionica [Rchb.f]Ridley 1896

    ~*Renanthera hookeriana Rchb.f. 1862 - See Arachnis hookeriana (Rchb.f.) Rchb.f. 1886

  8. Renanthera imschootiana Rolfe 1891

    Part sunCool to HotLATE Spring EARLY Summer

  9. Renanthera isosepala Holttum 1965

    Part sunCool to HotLATER

    ~Renanthera leptantha Fukuy. ex A.T.Hsieh, 1955 - See Arachnis labrosa (Lindl. & Paxton) Rchb.f. 1886

    ~Renanthera lowii Rchb. f. 1854 - See Dimorphorchis lowii (Benth. & Hook. f.) Rolfe 1919

    ~Renanthera × maingayi (Hook.f.) Ridl. 1896 - See Arachnis x maingayi (Hook. f.) Schltr. 1911

  10. Renanthera matutina [Blume]Lindley 1833

    Part sun Hot Fall

    ~Renanthera matutina var. breviflora Rchb.f 1879 - See Renanthera breviflora (Rchb.f.) R.Rice & J.J.Wood 2003

    ~Renanthera micrantha Blume 1849 - See Renanthera elongata (Blume) Lindl. 1833

  11. Renanthera moluccana Blume 1849

  12. Renanthera monachica Ames 1915

    Part sunWarm to HotLATE Winter and Spring

    ~Renanthera moschifera [Bl.] Hassk 1848- See Arachnis flos-aeris (L.) Rchb. f. 1886

    ~Renanthera papilio King & Prain 1895 - See Renanthera imschootiana Rolfe 1891

  13. Renanthera philippinensis (Ames & Quisumb.) L.O. Williams 1937

    Full SunHotWinterSpringSummerFall

    ~*Renanthera sarcanthoides J.J.Sm. 1917 - See Porphyrodesme sarcanthoides (J.J.Sm.) Mahyar 1988

  14. Renanthera storiei Rchb. f. 1880

    Full sun Hot Summer

    ~Renanthera storiei f. citrina Valmayor & D.Tiu 1983 - See Renanthera storiei Rchb. f. 1880

    ~*Renanthera storiei var. philippinensis Ames & Quisumb. 1932 - See Renanthera philippinensis (Ames & Quisumb.) L.O. Williams 1937

    ~Renanthera striata Rolfe 1892 - See Restrepia brachypus Rchb. f. 1886 ?

    ~Renanthera sulingi (Blume) Lindl 1833 - See Armodorum sulingi (Blume) Schltr. 1911

    ~Renanthera trichoglottis Ridl. 1896 - See Vanda hastifera Rchb. f. 1877

  15. Renanthera vietnamensis Aver. & R.Rice 2002

    Part sunWarm Cool Spring

Renantherella Ridley 1896 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aeridinae.

A genus of 1 or 2 species from Thailand, Malaysia and Borneo that are small to medium sized monopodial epiphytes with non-resupinate flowers.

Common Name or Meaning refers to being Renanthera-like

Type Species = ! = Renantherella histrionica [Rchb.f] Ridl. 1896

  1. Renantherella auyongii (Christenson) R.Rice 2003

    Part sun Hot Summer fall

  2. !Renantherella histrionica [Rchb.f] Ridl. 1896

    Part sun Hot Fall

    ~Renantherella histrionica [Rchb.f] Ridl. 1896 subsp auyongii [Christenson] Senghas 1988 - See Renantherella auyongii (Christenson) R.Rice 2003

~`Renata Ruschi 1946 - See Pseudolaelia Porto & Brade 1935 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Laeliinae.

~*Renata canaanensis Ruschi 1946 - See Pseudolaelia canaanensis (Ruschi) F.Barros 1994

~Renzorchis Szlach. & Olszewski 1998 - See Habenaria Willd. 1805SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Orchideae, SUBTRIBE Orchidinae

~Renzorchis singularis (Summerh.) Olszewski & Szlach. 2000 - See Habenaria singularis Summerh.1966

`Restrepia Kunth SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Pleurothallidinae .

This genus is made up of 54 smaller epiphytic or rarely lithophytic herbs found from Mexico to Northern Argentina at elevatiojns of 1800 to 2400 meters in open spots with high light near rivers and streams on tree trunls and lower branches and can become quite a large mass. The plants have short stems or ramicauls, have one tufted, coriaceous, conduplicate, suberect or erect leaf that bears one to several, terminal, single flowered inflorescence that can bloom over and over for years. The lateral sepals are connate, forming a boat-shaped synsepal in most species, the dorsal sepal and the petals are completely free from one another and are thicker at the apex. The petals are transparent and have 3 visible veins, a ribbed lip with denticulate margins, has a pair of thread-like appendages basally and is attached to the foot of an incurved column which broadens apically and carries 4 pollina. As a whole their culture is similar to small Pleurothallis species and grow well with small pots, high humidity, and shady conditions.

Common Name or Meaning Named for J.E. Restrepo

Type Species = ! = Restrepia antennifera H.B.K. 1816

  1. Restrepia aberrans Luer 1996

    SUBGENUS Ecmeles Luer 1996

    Full ShadeHotSpring

    ~Restrepia angustilabia Schltr. 1923 - See Restrepia trichoglossa F. Lehm. ex Sander 1901

    ~Restrepia angustilabia subsp. subserrata (Schltr.) H. Mohr 1996 - See Restrepia trichoglossa F. Lehm. ex Sander 1901

  2. !Restrepia antennifera Kunth 1816

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    Part shadeCool to Cold

    to LATEREARLYLATEREARLY

    ~Restrepia antennifera Lindl. 1859 - See Restrepia contorta (Ruiz & Pav.) Luer 1996

    ~Restrepia antennifera subsp. erythroxantha (Rchb.f.) H.Mohr 1996 - See Restrepia elegans H. Karst. 1847

    ~Restrepia antennifera subsp. hemsleyana (Schltr.) H. Mohr 1996 - See Restrepia antennifera Kunth 1816

    ~Restrepia antennifera subsp. klabochorum H.Mohr 1994 - See Restrepia antennifera Kunth 1816

    ~Restrepia antennifera subsp. leontoglossa (Schltr.) H. Mohr 1996 - See Restrepia trichoglossa F. Lehm. ex Sander 1901

    ~Restrepia antennifera subsp. striata H. Mohr 1996 - See Restrepia brachypus Rchb. f. 1886

    ~Restrepia antennifera var. angustifolia Kraenzl. 1899 - See Barbosella cucullata (Lindl.) Schltr. 1918

    ~Restrepia antennifera var. maculata R.Escobar 1992 - See Restrepia antennifera Kunth 1816

    ~Restrepia antennifera var. puntillosa R.Escobar 1992 - See Restrepia antennifera Kunth 1816

    ~Restrepia antennifera var. roseola R.Escobar 1992 - See Restrepia antennifera Kunth 1816

    ~Restrepia antioquiensis Schltr. 1920 - See Restrepia sanguinea Rolfe 1896

    ~Restrepia apiculata Luer 1982 - See Restrepia contorta (Ruiz & Pav.) Luer 1996

  3. Restrepia aristulifera Garay & Dunst. in Garay & Dunst. 1972

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Pleurothallopsis Schltr. 1918

    to Spring Fall

  4. Restrepia aspasicensis Rchb.f. 1855

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    Full shadeWarm

    ~*Restrepia australis Cogn. 1906 - See Barbosella australis (Cogn.) Schltr. 1918

    ~Restrepia biflora Regel 1856 - See Pleurothallis hemirhoda Lindl. & Paxton 1852-3

  5. Restrepia brachypus Rchb. f. 1886

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    Part shadeCool to Cold Winter and Spring

    ~Restrepia brachypus subsp. serrilabia (Schltr.) H. Mohr 1996 - See Restrepia trichoglossa F. Lehm. ex Sander 1901

    ~Restrepia caespitifica F. Lehm. & Kraenzl.1928 - See Barbosella prorepens (Rchb. f.) Schltr. 1918

    ~Restrepia caucana Schlechter 1920 - See Restrepia contorta (Ruiz & Pav.) Luer 1996

  6. Restrepia chameleon Luer & R. Escobar 1996

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    Full ShadeColdSpringSummer

  7. Restrepia chocoensis Garay 1973

    SUBGENUS Pachymeles (Garay) Luer

    Fall

  8. Restrepia chrysoglossa Luer & R.Escobar 1996

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Pleurothallopsis Schltr. 1918

    to

  9. Restrepia citrina Luer & R. Escobar 1983

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    Full ShadeColdSpring"Fall

  10. Restrepia cloesii Luer 1996

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    FullWarmCoolSummer

    ~Restrepia cogniauxiana Speg. & Kraenzl. 1908 - See Barbosella cogniauxiana (Speg. & Kraenzl.) Schltr. 1918

  11. Restrepia condorensis Luer & R. Escobar 1996

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    Part shadeWarm to CoolSummer

  12. Restrepia contorta (Ruiz & Pav.) Luer 1996

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    Part shadeWarm to CoolSpringTHROUGH

    ~Restrepia crassifolia Edwall 1903 - See Barbosella crassifolia (Edwall) Schltr. 1918

    ~Restrepia cucullata Lindl. 1845 - See Barbosella cucullata (Lindl.) Schltr. 1918

  13. Restrepia cuprea Luer & R. Escobar 1996

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    Full ShadeWarm toCoolSpringFall

  14. Restrepia cymbula Luer 1996

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    ~Restrepia dayana Rchb.f. 1875 - See Restrepia muscifera (Lindl.) Rchb. f. ex Lindl. 1859

    ~Restrepia dentata Rolfe 1892 - See Restrepia aspasicensis Rchb.f. 1855

  15. Restrepia dodsonii Luer 1980

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    Part shadeCool to Warm

  16. Restrepia driessenii Luer & Sijm 2009

    ~*Restrepia dusenii Samp. 1909 - See Barbosella dusenii (Samp.) Schltr. 1918

  17. Restrepia echinata Luer & R.Escobar 1996

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

  18. Restrepia echo Luer & R.Escobar 1996

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Pleurothallopsis Schltr. 1918

    Full ShadeCoolSpring

    ~Restrepia ecuadoriensis Rolfe - See Restrepia contorta (Ruiz & Pav.) Luer 1996

  19. Restrepia elegans H. Karst. 1847

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    Part shade Hot to Warm Fall and EARLY Winter

  20. Restrepia ephippium Luer & Hirtz 1994

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    Part sun Warm Cool Spring

    ~Restrepia erythroxantha Rchb.f 1850 - See Restrepia elegans H. Karst. 1847

  21. Restrepia escobariana Luer 1996

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    LATER

  22. Restrepia falkenbergii Rchb. f. 1880

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    Part ShadeWarm to CoolSpringFall

    ~Restrepia filamentosa Ames & C. Schweinf. 1925 - See Restrepia trichoglossa F. Lehm. ex Sander 1901

  23. Restrepia flosculata Luer 1982

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Pleurothallopsis Schltr. 1918

    Part shade WarmCoolFallWinter

    ~Restrepia flosculata f. picta (H.Mohr & Herzum) O.Gruss & M.Wolff 2007 - See Restrepia flosculata Luer 1982

    ~Restrepia flosculata subsp. picta (H. Mohr & Herzum) H. Mohr 1996 - See Restrepia flosculata Luer 1982

    ~Restrepia flosculata var. pallens H. Mohr & Herzum 1993 - See Restrepia flosculata Luer 1982

    ~Restrepia flosculata var. picta H. Mohr & Herzum 1993 - See Restrepia flosculata Luer 1982

  24. Restrepia fritillina Luer & V.N.M.Rao 2007

    LATE

    ~Restrepia gardneri (Lindl.) Benth. 1883 - See Barbosella gardneri (Lindl.) Schltr. 1918

  25. Restrepia guttulata Lindl. 1836

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    Part shadeCool to Cold SpringTHROUGH

    ~Restrepia hawkesii Flickinger 1963 - See Restrepia brachypus Rchb. f. 1886

    ~Restrepia hemsleyana Schltr. 1920 - See Restrepia antennifera Kunth 1816

  26. Restrepia howei Luer 2005

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    Full Shade Fall

  27. Restrepia iris Luer 1980

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    Part ShadeWarm to CoolSummer

  28. Restrepia jesupiana Luer 1996

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    Part ShadeCoolCold LATE WinterSpring

    ~ *Restrepia kegelii Rchb.f. 1877 - See Chamelophyton kegelii (Rchb.f.) Garay 1974

    ~ Restrepia lankesteri Ames & C.Schweinf. 1930 - See Restrepia trichoglossa F. Lehm. ex Sander 1901

  29. Restrepia lansbergii Rchb. f. & Wagener 1854

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    Part ShadeColdCool WinterSummer

    ~Restrepia lansbergii Rchb.f. 1861 - See Restrepia muscifera (Lindl.) Rchb. f. ex Lindl. 1859

    ~Restrepia lansbergii var. wageneri Eaton 1860 - See Restrepia wageneri Rchb.f.,1854

    ~Restrepia lehmanniana (Kraenzl.) Schltr. 1906 - See Homalopetalum pumilio (Rchb. f.) Schltr. 1923

    ~Restrepia leontoglossa Schltr. 1920 - See Restrepia trichoglossa F. Lehm. ex Sander 1901

    ~Restrepia leopardina hort. 1899 - See Restrepia guttulata Lindl. 1836

    ~Restrepia liebmanniana Kranzl. 1920 - See Pleurothallis alata A.Rich. & Gal. 1845

  30. Restrepia limbata Luer & R.Escobar 1982

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Pleurothallopsis Schltr. 1918

    Full ShadeCoolspringFall

    ~Restrepia loefgrenii Cogn. 1906 - See Barbosella australis (Cogn.) Schltr. 1918

    ~*Restrepia lonchophylla Barb. Rodr. 1877 - See Myoxanthus lonchophyllus (Barb. Rodr.) Luer 1982

    ~Restrepia maculata Lindl. 1846 - See Restrepia contorta (Ruiz & Pav.) Luer 1996

    ~Restrepia maculata subsp. ecuadoriensis (Rolfe) H.Mohr 1996 - See Restrepia contorta (Ruiz & Pav.) Luer 1996

    ~Restrepia maculata subsp. robledorum (Braas & Braem) H. Mohr 1996 - See Restrepia guttulata Lindl. 1836

  31. Restrepia mendozae Luer 1996

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Pleurothallopsis Schltr. 1918

    Part ShadewarmSummer

  32. Restrepia metae Luer 1996

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    Full Shade HotWarm LATESummer EARLYFall

    ~Restrepia microphylla Barb.Rodr. 1881 - See Barbosella gardneri (Lindl.) Schltr. 1918

    ~Restrepia miersii (Lindl.) Rchb. f. 1866 - See Barbosella miersii (Lindl.) Schltr. 1918

  33. Restrepia mohrii Braem 1993

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    Full shadeWarm SpringSummerFall

  34. Restrepia muscifera (Lindl.) Rchb. f. ex Lindl. 1859

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Pleurothallopsis Schltr. 1918

    Fragrant Part shade Cool to Warm Summer to Winter

    ~Restrepia muscifera f. dayana (Rchb.f.) O.Gruss & M.Wolff 2007 - See Restrepia muscifera (Lindl.) Rchb. f. ex Lindl. 1859

    ~Restrepia muscifera subsp. shuttleworthii (Rolfe) H. Mohr 1996 - See Restrepia muscifera (Lindl.) Rchb. f. ex Lindl. 1859

  35. Restrepia nittiorhyncha (Lindl.) Garay 1967

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    Part ShadeCold to Cool springFall

    ~Restrepia nuda Klotzsch 1852 - See Pleurothallis hemirhoda Lindl. & Paxton 1852-3

    ~Restrepia ophiocephala (Lindl.) Rchb. f. 1854 - See Restrepiella ophiocephala (Lindl.) Garay & Dunst. 1966

  36. Restrepia pandurata Rchb.f. 1888

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    Full shadeCool LATER Spring EARLY Summer

    ~Restrepia pardina Lem. 1869 - See Restrepia contorta (Ruiz & Pav.) Luer 1996

    ~*Restrepia parvifolia Lindl 1846 - See Brachionidium parvifolium (Lindl.) Lindl. 1859

  37. Restrepia peetersii Luer & Sijm 2011

    LATE EARLY

  38. Restrepia pelyx Luer & R. Escobar 1982

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    Part ShadeCoolSpringSummerFall

  39. Restrepia persicina Luer & Hirtz 2006

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    ~Restrepia pilosissima (Schltr.) Ames & C. Schweinf. 1937 - See Dresslerella pilosissima (Schltr.) Luer 1979

  40. Restrepia piperitosa Luer 1998

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    ~*Restrepia pleurothalloides Cogn. 1906 - See Pleurothallis pleurothalloides (Cogn.) Handro 1958

    ~*Restrepia porschii Kraenzl. 1911 - See Barbosella cogniauxiana (Speg. & Kraenzl.) Schltr. 1918

  41. Restrepia portillae Luer 2002

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    partial shade Cool Cold Spring

    ~Restrepia powellii Schlechter 1922 - See Restrepia muscifera (Lindl.) Rchb. f. ex Lindl. 1859

    ~*Restrepia prorepens Rchb. f. 1877 -See Barbosella prorepens (Rchb. f.) Schltr. 1918

    ~Restrepia pulchella H. Mohr 1993 - See Restrepia iris Luer 1980

    ~Restrepia punctulata Lindley 1859 - See Restrepia contorta (Ruiz & Pav.) Luer 1996

  42. Restrepia purpurea Luer & R. Escobar 1996

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    Part ShadeCoolSpring

  43. Restrepia radulifera Luer & R.Escobar 1996

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    ~*Restrepia reichenbachiana Endres ex Rchb.f. 1875 - See Pleurothallopsis reichenbachiana (Endres ex Rchb.f.) Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 2001

  44. Restrepia renzii Luer 1996

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    Full Shade cold EARLY Spring EARLYSummer

    ~Restrepia rhynchantha Rchb. f. & Warsz. 1854 - See Barbosella cucullata (Lindl.) Schltr. 1918

    ~Restrepia robledorum Braas & Braem 1982 - See Restrepia guttulata Lindl. 1836

  45. Restrepia roseola Luer & R. Escobar 1996

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    Part shade Cool to Warm LATE Spring Summer

  46. Restrepia sanguinea Rolfe 1896

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    Part shade Cool toColdWinterSpring

  47. Restrepia schizosepala Luer & Hirtz 1996

    Restrepia SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    ~Restrepia schlimii Rchb. f. 1877 - See Restrepia nittiorhyncha (Lindl.) Garay 1967

  48. Restrepia seketii Luer & R. Escobar 1996

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    Part ShadeCool Spring

    ~Restrepia serrilabia Schltr. 1920 - See Restrepia trichoglossa F. Lehm. ex Sander 1901

    ~Restrepia shuttleworthii Rolfe 1892 - See Restrepia muscifera (Lindl.) Rchb. f. ex Lindl. 1859

  49. Restrepia species Ecuador

  50. Restrepia species Ecuador

  51. Restrepia sp. Colombia

    ~Restrepia striata Rolfe 1891 - See Restrepia brachypus Rchb. f. 1886

    ~Restrepia subserrata Schltr. 1923 - See Restrepia trichoglossa F. Lehm. ex Sander 1901

  52. Restrepia tabeae H. Mohr 1996

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Pleurothallopsis Schltr. 1918

    Part ShadeCool LATEWinterSpring

  53. Restrepia teaguei Luer 1980

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    Part shade WarmCoolSummer

    ~*Restrepia tentaculata Poepp. & Endl. 1836; - See Pleurothallis tentaculata (Poepp. & Endl.) Lindl 1836

    ~Restrepia tolimensis Kraenzl. 1928 - See Barbosella prorepens (Rchb.f.) Schltr.1918

    ~Restrepia tonduzii Schlechter 1923 - See Restrepia muscifera (Lindl.) Rchb. f. ex Lindl. 1859

  54. Restrepia trichoglossa F. Lehm. ex Sander 1901

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    Part shadeWarm to Cold Summer and EARLY Fall

    ~Restrepia trichoglottis hort. ex Gentil 1906 [1907] - See Restrepia trichoglossa F. Lehm. ex Sander 1901

  55. Restrepia tsubotae Luer & R.Escobar 1996

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    Deep shade Hot Summer

    ~*Restrepia ujarensis Rchb.f. 1855 - See Pleurothallopsis ujarensis (Rchb.f.) Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 2001

    ~Restrepia varicosa Lindl. 1859 - See Barbosella cucullata (Lindl.) Schltr. 1918

  56. Restrepia vasquezii Luer 1996

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    Part Shade Cool ColdWinter Spring Summer

    ~Restrepia vittata Lindl. 1848 - See Pleurothallis hemirhoda Lindl. & Paxton 1852-3

    ~Restrepia vittata var. biflora Regel 1856 - See Pleurothallis hemirhoda Lindl. & Paxton 1852-3

  57. Restrepia wageneri Rchb.f.,1854

    SUBGENUS Restrepia SECTION Restrepia

    LATE EARLY

    ~ Restrepia xanthophthalma Rchb. f. 1865 - See Restrepia muscifera (Lindl.) Rchb. f. ex Lindl. 1859

    Part shade Cool to Warm Spring to Winter

`Restrepiella Garay & Dunsterville 1966 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Pleurothallidinae .

According to Carl Luer. A small sized epiphytic genus from Central America with 2 species which differs from Restrepia by the presence of 4 pollina instead of 2.

Common Name or Meaning refers to being like a small Restrepia

Type Species = ! = Pleurothallis ophiocephala [Lindley]Garay & Dunsterville 1882 = Restrepiella ophiocephala Garay & Dunst. 1966

    ~Restrepiella bicallosa (Luer & R. Escobar) Braas & H. Mohr 1982 - See Pleurothallopsis norae (Garay & Dunst.) Pridgeon & M.W. Chase 2001

    ~Restrepiella clausa (Luer & R.Escobar) Braas & H.Mohr 1982 - See Pleurothallopsis clausa (Luer & R. Escobar) Pridgeon & M. W. Chase 2001

    ~Restrepiella grandiflora Garay 1967 - SeePleurothallopsis microptera (Schltr.) Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 2001

    ~Restrepiella hirsutissima (C. Schweinf.) Garay & Dunst. 1966 - See Dresslerella hirsutissima (C. Schweinf.) Luer 1978

    ~Restrepiella lenkenhoffii Braas & H.Mohr 1982 - See Pleurothallopsis ujarensis (Rchb.f.) Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 2001

  1. Restrepiella lueri Pupulin & Bogarín 2007

    Deep shade Hot Warm

    ~Restrepiella microptera (Schltr.) Garay & Dunst 1966 - See Pleurothallopsis microptera (Schltr.) Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 2001

    ~*Restrepiella norae Garay & Dunst. 1976 - See Pleurothallopsis norae (Garay & Dunst.) Pridgeon & M.W. Chase 2001

  2. !Restrepiella ophiocephala (Lindl.) Garay & Dunst. 1966

    Part shadeWarm to Cool Winter and Spring

    ~Restrepiella ophiocephala f. clausa I.Bock 1996 - See Restrepiella ophiocephala (Lindl.) Garay & Dunst. 1966

    ~Restrepiella pilosissima (Schltr.) Garay & Dunst. 1966 - See Dresslerella pilosissima (Schltr.) Luer 1979

    ~Restrepiella powersii (Luer) Braas & H. Mohr 1982 - See Pleurothallopsis powersii (Luer) Pridgeon & M.W. Chase 2001

    ~Restrepiella tubulosa (Lindl.) Garay & Dunsterv. 1966 - See Pleurothallopsis tubulosa (Lindl.) Pridgeon & M.W. Chase 2001

    ~Restrepiella ujarensis (Rchb.f.) Garay & Dunst. 1966- See Pleurothallopsis ujarensis (Rchb.f.) Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 2001

    ~Restrepiella viridula (Lindl.) Garay & Dunst. 1966 -Pleurothallopsis tubulosa (Lindl.) Pridgeon & M.W. Chase 2001

Restrepiopsis Luer 1978 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Pleurothallidinae

~Restrepiopsis bicallosa Luer & R. Escobar - See Pleurothallopsis norae (Garay & Dunst.) Pridgeon & M.W. Chase 2001

~ *Restrepiopsis carnosa Luer & R.Vásquez 1983 - See Pleurothallopsis carnosa (Luer & R.Vásquez) Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 2001

~ *Restrepiopsis clausa Luer & R.Escobar 1978 - See Pleurothallopsis clausa (Luer & R. Escobar) Pridgeon & M. W. Chase 2001

~Restrepiopsis grandiflora (Garay) Luer 1978 - See Pleurothallopsis microptera (Schltr.) Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 2001

~*Restrepiopsis inaequalis Luer & R. Escobar 1991 - See Pleurothallopsis inaequalis (Luer & R. Escobar) Pridgeon & M.W. Chase 2001

~*Restrepiopsis insons Luer & R.Escobar 1982 - See Pleurothallopsis insons (Luer & R.Escobar) Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 2001

~*Restrepiopsis lehmannii Luer 1991 - See Pleurothallopsis lehmannii (Luer) Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 2001

~Restrepiopsis microptera (Schltr.) Luer 1978 - See Pleurothallopsis microptera (Schltr.) Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 2001

~Restrepiopsis monetalis (Luer) Luer 1982 - See Pleurothallopsis monetalis (Luer) Pridgeon & M.W. Chase 2001

~*Restrepiopsis mulderae Luer 1991 - See Pleurothallopsis mulderae (Luer) Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 2001

~*Restrepiopsis niesseniae Luer 2000 - See Pleurothallopsis niesseniae (Luer) Luer 2010

~Restrepiopsis norae (Garay & Dunst.) Luer 1978 - See Pleurothallopsis norae (Garay & Dunst.) Pridgeon & M.W. Chase 2001

~*Restrepiopsis pandurata Luer 1991- See Pleurothallopsis pandurata (Luer) Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 2001

~*Restrepiopsis powersii Luer 1978 - See Pleurothallopsis powersii (Luer) Pridgeon & M.W. Chase 2001

~Restrepiopsis pulchella Luer 1983 - See Pleurothallopsis monetalis (Luer) Pridgeon & M.W. Chase 2001

~ Restrepiopsis reichenbachiana (Endres ex Rchb.f.) Luer 1981 - See Pleurothallopsis reichenbachiana (Endres ex Rchb.f.) Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 2001

~*Restrepiopsis striata Luer & R. Escobar 1983 - See Pleurothallopsis striata (Luer & R. Escobar) Pridgeon & M.W. Chase 2001

~Restrepiopsis trilobata (Pabst) Luer 1981 - See Barbosella trilobata Pabst 1956

~Restrepiopsis tubulosa (Lindl.) Luer 1978 - See Pleurothallopsis tubulosa (Lindl.) Pridgeon & M.W. Chase 2001

~Restrepiopsis ujarensis (Rchb.f.) Luer 1978 - See Pleurothallopsis ujarensis (Rchb.f.) Pridgeon & M.W.Chase 2001

~Restrepiopsis viridula (Lindl.) Luer 1978 - See Pleurothallopsis tubulosa (Lindl.) Pridgeon & M.W. Chase 2001

`Rhaesteria Summerh. 1966 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aerangidinae

Common Name or Meaning

Type Species = ! = Rhaesteria eggelingii Summerh. 1966

  1. !Rhaesteria eggelingii Summerh. 1966

    Deep shade WarmCoolFall Spring

~Rhamphidia (Lindl.) Lindl. 1857 - See Hetaeria Blume, Bijdr. 1825?] SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Cranichideae SUBTRIBE Goodyerinae

~Rhamphidia alsinifolia Lindl. 1857 - See Myrmechis gracilis (Blume) Blume 1859

~Rhamphidia discoidea Rchb.f. 1876 - See Hetaeria oblongifolia Blume 1825

~Rhamphidia elongata (Lindl.) Lindl. 1857 - See Hetaeria finlaysoniana Seidenf. 1997

~*Rhamphidia japonica Rchb.f. 1878 - See Myrmechis japonica (Rchb.f.) Rolfe 1903

~*Rhamphidia mannii Rchb.f. 1881 - See Hetaeria mannii (Rchb.f.) Benth. ex Durand & Schinz 1894

~Goodyera scripta (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1906

~Rhamphidia rubens (Lindl.) Lindl. 1857 - See Hetaeria affinis (Griff.) Seidenf. & Ormerod 2001

~Rhamphidia rubicunda (Blume) F.Muell. 1869 - See Goodyera rubicunda (Blume) Lindl. 1839

~Rhamphidia rubicunda (Rchb.f.) Rchb.f. 1868 - See Hetaeria oblongifolia Blume 1825

~Rhamphidia tenuis Lindl. 1857 - See Hetaeria oblongifolia Blume 1825

~*Rhamphidia vieillardii Rchb.f. 1876 - See Gonatostylis vieillardii (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1906

~Rhamphorhynchus Garay 1977 - See Aspidogyne Garay 1977 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Cranichideae SUBTRIBE Goodyerinae

~Rhaphidorhynchus Finet 1907 - See Aerangis Rchb.f 1865 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae SUBTRIBE Aerangidinae

~Rhaphidorhynchus aphyllus (Thouars) Finet 1907 - See Solenangis aphylla (Thouars) Summerh. 1943

~Rhaphidorhynchus articulatus (Rchb. f.) Poiss. - See Aerangis articulata (Rchb. f.) Schltr 1914

~Rhaphidorhynchus bilobus (Lindl.) Finet 1907 - See Aerangis biloba [Lindley]Schlechter 1915

~Rhaphidorhynchus chiloschistae (Rchb.f.) Finet 1907 - See Microcoelia exilis Lindl. 1830

~Rhaphidorhynchus citratus Finet 1907 - See Aerangis citrata [Thou.]Schlechter 1914

~Rhaphidorhynchus cornutus (Rchb. f.) Finet 1907 - See Microcoelia cornuta (Ridl.) Carlsward 2006

~Rhaphidorhynchus curnowianus Finet 1907 - See Aerangis fuscata (Rchb. f.) Schltr. 1914

~Rhaphidorhynchus fastuosus [Rchb.f] Finet 1907 - See Aerangis fastuosa [Rchb.f] Schlechter 1914

~Rhaphidorhynchus fimbriatus (Rendle) Finet 1907 - See Tridactyle bicaudata (Lindl.) Schltr. 1914

~Rhaphidorhynchus galeandrae (Rchb.f.) Finet 1907 - See Eurychone galeandrae (Rchb. f.) Schltr. 1918

~Rhaphidorhynchus gilpinae (Rchb.f. & S.Moore) Finet 1907 - See Microcoelia gilpinae (Rchb. f. & S. Moore) Summerh. 1943

~Rhaphidorhynchus kotschyi (Rchb. f.) Finet 1907 - See Aerangis kotschyana (Rchb. f.) Schltr. 1918

~Rhaphidorhynchus lepidotus (Rchb.f. ex Rolfe) Finet 1907 - See Tridactyle anthomaniaca (Rchb. f.) Summerh. 1948

~Rhaphidorhynchus luteoalbus (Kraenzl.) Finet 1907 - See Aerangis luteoalba [Kraenzl.] J. Stewart 1918

~Rhaphidorhynchus macrostachys (Thouars) Finet 1907 - See Beclardia macrostachya (Thouars) A. Rich. 1828

~Rhaphidorhynchus macrostachys var. brachystachyus (Thouars) Finet 1907 - See Beclardia macrostachya (Thouars) A. Rich. 1828

~Rhaphidorhynchus modestus (Hook. f.) Finet 1907 - See Aerangis modesta (Hook. f.) Schltr. 1914

~Rhaphidorhynchus modestus var. sanderianus (Rchb. f.) Poiss. 1912 - See Aerangis modesta (Hook. f.) Schltr. 1914

~Rhaphidorhynchus moloneyi (Rolfe) Finet 1907 - See Calyptrochilum christyanum [Rchb.f] Summerhayes 1936

~Rhaphidorhynchus perrieri Finet 1909 - See Microcoelia perrieri (Finet) Summerh. 1943

~*Rhaphidorhynchus pobeguinii Finet 1907 - See Angraecopsis pobeguinii (Finet) H.Perrier 1941

~Rhaphidorhynchus rohlfsianus (Kraenzl.) Finet 1907 - See Aerangis brachycarpa (A.Rich.) Durand & Schinz 1894

~*Rhaphidorhynchus spiculatus Finet 1907 - See Aerangis spiculata (Finet) Senghas 1972

~Rhaphidorhynchus stylosus Finet - See Aerangis cryptodon (Rchb. f.) Schltr. 1914

~Rhaphidorhynchus umbonatus Finet 1907 - See Aerangis fuscata (Rchb. f.) Schltr. 1914

~Rhetinantha M.A. Blanco 2007 - See Maxillaria Ruiz and Pavon 1794 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae, SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae

~Rhetinantha aciantha (Rchb. f.) M.A. Blanco 2007 - See Maxillaria aciantha Rchb.f. 1852

~Rhetinantha acuminata (Lindl.) M.A. Blanco 2007 - See Maxillaria acuminata Lindl. 1845

~Rhetinantha cerifera (Barb. Rodr.) M.A. Blanco 2007 - See Maxillaria notylioglossa Rchb. f. 1854

~Rhetinantha divaricata (Barb.Rodr.) M.A.Blanco 2007 - See Maxillaria notylioglossa Rchb. f. 1854

~ Rhetinantha encyclioides (J.T. Atwood & Dodson) M.A. Blanco 2007 - See Maxillaria encyclioides J.T.Atwood & Dodson 1997

~Rhetinantha friedrichsthalii (Rchb. f.) M.A. Blanco 2007 - See Maxillaria friedrichsthalii Rchb. f. 1852

~Rhetinantha notylioglossa (Rchb. f.) M.A. Blanco 2007 - See Maxillaria notylioglossa Rchb. f. 1854

~Rhetinantha pastorellii (D.E. Benn. & Christenson) M.A. Blanco 2007 - See Maxillaria pastorellii D.E.Benn. & Christenson 1998

~Rhetinantha scorpioidea (Kraenzl.) M.A. Blanco 2007 - See Maxillaria scorpioidea Kraenzl. 1911

~Rhetinantha witsenioides (Schltr.) M.A. Blanco 2007 -See Maxillaria witsenioides Schltr. 1920

Rhinerrhiza Rupp 1951 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae SUBTRIBE Aeridinae

Three species make up this epiphytic Australian genus and culture is similar to the smaller Vanda. This genus was removed from Sarcochilus R. Br. because of the differences in the raspy thick roots of this genus and the flowers. The flowers though beautiful are very short lived.

Common Name or Meaning refers to the rough surface of the roots

Type Species = ! = Rhinerrhiza divitiflora (F. Muell. ex Benth.) Rupp 1951

  1. !Rhinerrhiza divitiflora (F. Muell. ex Benth.) Rupp 1951

    Part sunHot to Cool Winter Spring

    ~Rhinerrhiza freemanii (Rchb.f.) Garay 1972 - See Rhinerrhiza divitiflora (F. Muell. ex Benth.) Rupp 1951

  2. Rhinerrhiza moorei (Rchb. f.) M.A. Clem., B.J. Wallace & D.L. Jones 1989

    FragrancePart sun HotSpring to Winter

~Rhinerrhizopsis Ormerod 2001 - See Rhinerrhiza Rupp 1951 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae SUBTRIBE Aeridinae

~Rhinerrhizopsis moorei (Rchb.f.) Ormerod 2001 - See Rhinerrhiza moorei (Rchb. f.) M.A. Clem., B.J. Wallace & D.L. Jones 1989

~`Rhinocerotidium Szlach. 2006 - See Oncidium Sw. 1800 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae.

~Rhinocerotidium longicornu (Mutel) Szlach. 2006 - See - See Oncidium longicornu Mutel 1838

~Rhinocerotidium macronyx (Rchb.f.) Szlach. 2006 - See Oncidium macronyx Rchb. f. 1881

~Rhinocerotidium rhinoceros (Rchb.f.) Szlach. 2006 - See - See Oncidium longicornu Mutel 1838

~`Rhinocidium Baptista 2006 - See Oncidium Sw. 1800 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae.

~Rhinocidium disciferum (Lindl.) Docha Neto 2007 - See Oncidium viperinum Lindl. 1833

~Rhinocidium fuchsii (Königer) Docha Neto 2006 - See Oncidium viperinum Lindl. 1833

~Rhinocidium longicornu (Mutel) Baptista 2006 - See Oncidium longicornu Mutel 1838

~Rhinocidium macronyx (Rchb.f.) Baptista 2006 - See Oncidium macronyx Rchb. f. 1881

~Rhinocidium ouricanense [VP Castro & Campacci] Docha Neto 2007 - See Oncidium ouricanense V.P.Castro & Campacci 1992

Rhipidoglossum Schlechter 1918 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae SUBTRIBE Aerangidinae

There are 35 species in this genus segregated from Diaphananthe because the lip is attached to a short column foot as well as each of the 2 pollina is attached by a short stalk to it's own viscidium whereas in Diaphananthe the 2 differnt pollina have 2 separate stipes attached to the same viscidium.

Common Name or Meaning The Fan-Like Lip Orchid

Type Species = ! = ?

  1. Rhipidoglossum bilobatum (Summerh.) Szlach. & Olszewski 2001

    Part shadeWarmCoolFall

  2. Rhipidoglossum brevifolium Summerh. 1937

    Part shadeWarm Cool

  3. Rhipidoglossum cuneatum (Summerh.) Garay 1972

    Part shade warm Spring

  4. Rhipidoglossum curvatum (Rolfe) Garay 1972

    Part shadeSpringFall

  5. Rhipidoglossum densiflorum Summerh. 1945

    Part shadeWarm Fall

    ~Rhipidoglossum erectocalcaratum (De Wild.) Summerh. 1948 - See Rhipidoglossum rutilum (Rchb. f.) Schltr. 1918

    ~Rhipidoglossum gerrardii (Rchb.f.) Schltr 1918 - See Rhipidoglossum xanthopollinium [Rchb.f] Schlechter 1918

  6. Rhipidoglossum globulosocalcaratum (De Wild.) Summerh. 1937

    Part shade cool cold

  7. Rhipidoglossum kamerunense (Schltr.) Garay 1972

    Part shadeWarm CoolWinter

  8. Rhipidoglossum melianthum (P.J.Cribb) Senghas 1986

    FragrancePart shadeCool Cold Summer

  9. Rhipidoglossum montanum (Piers) Senghas 1986

    Part shade Cold WinterSpring Summer Fall

  10. Rhipidoglossum obanense (Rendle) Summerh. 1936

    Part shadeWarm Cool

  11. Rhipidoglossum ochyrae Szlach. & Olszewski 2001

    ~Rhipidoglossum peglerae (Bolus) Schltr. 1918 - See Rhipidoglossum xanthopollinium [Rchb.f] Schlechter 1918

    ~Rhipidoglossum pachyrhizum (P.J.Cribb) Senghas 1986 - See Rhipidoglossum pulchellum (Summerh.) Garay 1972

  12. Rhipidoglossum polyanthum (Kraenzl.) Szlach. & Olszewski 2001

    Part shade cool cold Summer Fall

  13. Rhipidoglossum polydactylum (Kraenzl.) Garay 1972

    Part shadeCoolFall

  14. Rhipidoglossum pulchellum (Summerh.) Garay 1972

    Fragrant Part shadeWarm Cool LATERSpring

    ~Rhipidoglossum pulchellum var. geniculatum (Summerh.) Garay 1972 - See Rhipidoglossum pulchellum (Summerh.) Garay 1972

  15. Rhipidoglossum rutilum (Rchb. f.) Schltr. 1918

    Full shadeWarmTo HotFall

  16. Rhipidoglossum stolzii (Schltr.) Garay 1972

    FragrancePart Shade Warm CoolFall THROUGHWinter

  17. Rhipidoglossum subsimplex (Summerh.) Garay 1972

    Part shade Cool Cold Spring

  18. Rhipidoglossum tanneri (P.J.Cribb) Senghas 1986

    ~Rhipidoglossum woodianum (Schltr.) Schltr. 1918 - See Rhipidoglossum rutilum (Rchb. f.) Schltr. 1918

  19. Rhipidoglossum xanthopollinium [Rchb.f] Schlechter 1918

    FragrancePart shadeCool TO Warm Fall TO Winter

~`Rhipidorchis D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem.2004 - See Phreatia Lindl. 1830. SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Podochileae, SUBTRIBE Thelassiinae

~Rhipidorchis micrantha (A.Rich.) D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem. 2004 - See Phreatia micrantha (A.Rich.) Lindl. 1859

`Rhizanthella R.S. Rogers 1928 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Diurideae, SUBTRIBE Rhizanthellinae.

There are 3 species in this amazing holomycotrophic terrestrial genus that spends most of its life underground. The only time the plant is visible above ground is when it blooms. The genus is confined to either southeastern or southwestern Australia, with a very few disjunct populations along each coast.

Common Name or Meaning refers to the small flowers that arise from the rhizome

Type Species = ! = Rhizanthella gardneri R.S. Rogers 1928

  1. !Rhizanthella gardneri R.S. Rogers 1928

    Part sun Cool WarmLATE

  2. Rhizanthella omissa D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem. 2006

  3. Rhizanthella slateri (Rupp) M.A. Clem. & P.J. Cribb 1984

    Cool Spring

Rhomboda Lindl. 1857 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Cranichideae SUBTRIBE Goodyerinae

There are at present 22 species in this terrestrial genus confined to the Himalayas to Malesia and Australia as terrestrial or lithophytic herbs with a few leaves a leafless inflorescence and flowers with free sepals, Petals oblique, connivent to median sepal forming hood, lateral sepals spreading. Lip adnate to column base, broadly saccate at the base. Hypochile with 2 short large peltate glands on lateral sides, rounded side lobes and 2 prominent lamellate, closely parallel keels, sometimes with a low keel on flanges. Mesochile channeled, clawed, usually very short. Epichile entire to 2-lobed. Column clavate, with 2 wings at front, 2 lateral stigmas and slender rostellum. Anther ovate, acute. Pollinia 2, sectile, with stipe and viscidium.

Common Name or Meaning

Type Species = ! = Rhomboda longifolia Lindl. 1857

  1. Rhomboda abbreviata (Lindl.) Ormerod 1995

    Full shade WarmCool LATERSummer EARLIERFall

  2. Rhomboda alticola [Schlechter] Omerod 1995

    to

    ~Rhomboda alticola var finisterrae Omerod 1995 - See Rhomboda alticola [Schlechter] Omerod 1995

    ~Rhomboda confusa Ormerod 1995 - See Macodes petola [Bl.] Lindl. 1840

  3. Rhomboda cristata (Blume) Ormerod 1995

    Full shade WarmCool Spring

  4. A< href="rhomkerintjiensis.htm"> Rhomboda kerintjiensis (J.J.Sm.) Ormerod 2004

    Full shade

    ~Rhomboda lameliata (Blume) Miq. 1859 - See Hetaeria lamellata Blume1859

  5. Rhomboda lanceolata (Lindl.) Ormerod 1995

    Full Warm Cool Spring

  6. !Rhomboda longifolia Lindl. 1857

    Full Shade

    ~Rhomboda luzonensis (Ames) Omerond1995 - See Rhomboda lanceolata (Lindl.) Ormerod 1995

  7. Rhomboda moulmeinensis (E.C.Parish & Rchb.f.) Ormerod 1995

    Full shade Warm Cold LATERSummer EARLIERFall

    ~Rhomboda pogonorrhyncha (Hand.-Mazz.) Ormerod 1995 - See Rhomboda tokioi (Fukuy.) Ormerod 1998

  8. Rhomboda polygonoides (F.Muell.) Ormerod 1995

    to

  9. Rhomboda tokioi (Fukuy.) Ormerod 1998

    Full shade Warm Cool LATE SpringSummer

  10. Rhomboda velutina (J.J.Sm.) Ormerod 1995

    Full shade Warm LATE Spring

  11. Rhomboda yakusimensis (Masam.) Ormerod 1995

    Full shade WarmCold Fall

~`Rhynchadenia A. Rich. 1841 - See Macradenia R.Brown 1822 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae

~Rhynchadenia cubensis A. Rich. 1835 - See Macradenia lutescens R. Br. 1822

~Rynchanthera Blume 1825 - See Corymborkis Thouars 1809 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Tropidieae SUBTRIBE Tropidiinae .

~Rhynchanthera paniculata Blume 1826 - See Corymborkis veratrifolia [Reinw.] Bl. 1859

Rhynchogyna Seidenf. & Garay 1973 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aeridinae

There are three species in this genus confined to SE Asia

Common Name or Meaning The Beak-Like Rostellum Orchid

Type Species = ! =

  1. Rhynchogyna fallax (Guillaumin) Seidenf. 1992

  2. Rhynchogyna luisifolia (Ridl.) Seidenf. & Garay 1973

    Part sun Hot Warm Spring Summer

`Rhyncholaelia Schlechter 1918 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Laeliinae

This genus was created by the removal of two species from Brassavola because they differed in their Cattleya-like psuedobulbs and leaf and in differences in the flower structure. They are epiphytes from Central America and the Caribbean and need a humid, but not heavily watered, bright, tightly potted in a small container or mounted, and ample fertilizer.

Common Name or Meaning refers to the elongated fruit and some similarities with Laelia

Type Species = ! = Rhyncholaelia glauca [Lindley]Schlechter 1918

  1. Rhyncholaelia digbyana [Lindley]Schlechter 1918

    Fragrance Part sunWarm to Cool Summer

    ~Rhyncholaelia digbyana f. fimbripetala [Ames] Hawkes 1964 - See Rhyncholaelia digbyana [Lindley]Schlechter 1918

  2. !Rhyncholaelia glauca [Lindley]Schlechter 1918

    Fragrance Part sunCool to Hot Spring

~Rhynchopera Kl. 1844 - See Pleurothallis R. Brown 1813 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Pleurothallidinae.

~Rhynchopera aggeris (Luer) Szlach. & Marg. 2001 - See Pleurothallis aggeris Luer 1996

~Rhynchopera claudii (Rchb.f. ex Dod) Szlach. & Marg. 2001 - See Pleurothallis claudii Rchb.f. ex Dod 1978

~Rhynchopera cobanensis (Schltr.) Luer 2007 - See Pleurothallis cobanensis Schltr.1912

~Rhynchopera dasypetala (Luer & Hirtz) Szlach. & Marg. 2001 - See Pleurothallis dasypetala Luer & Hirtz 1996

~Rhynchopera fastidiosa (Luer) Szlach. & Marg. 2001 - See Pleurothallis fastidiosa Luer 1977

~Rhynchopera loranthophylla (Rchb.f.) Szlach. & Marg. 2001 - See Pleurothallis loranthophylla Rchb. f 1852

~ Rhynchopera micklowii (Luer & R.Vásquez) Szlach. & Marg. 2001 - See Pleurothallis micklowii Luer & R.Vásquez 1981

~Rhynchopera oblongifolia (Lindl.) Luer 2007 - See Pleurothallis oblongifolia Lindl. 1837

~*Rhynchopera pedunculata Klotzsch 1844 - See Pleurothallis pedunculata (Klotzsch) Rchb.f. 1850

~Rhynchopera punctata H. Karst 1848 - See Pleurothallis loranthophylla Rchb. f 1852

~Rhynchopera schweinfurthii (Garay) Szlach. & Marg. 2001 - See Pleurothallis schweinfurthii Garay 1954

~`Rhynchophreatia (Schltr.) Schltr. 1921 - See Phreatia Lindl. 1830. SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Podochileae, SUBTRIBE Thelassiinae

~Rhynchophreatia micrantha (A.Rich.) N.Hallé, 1977 - See Phreatia micrantha (A.Rich.) Lindl. 1859

~Rhynchophreatia phreatioides (J.J.Sm.) Schltr 1921 - See Thelasis phreatioides J.J.Sm. 1911

~Rhynchophreatia sphaerocarpa (Schltr.) Schltr. 1921 - See Thelasis sphaerocarpa (Schltr.) J.J.Sm 1916

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

There are 19 species in this segregate genus from Odontoglossum and formerly known widely as Lemboglossum

Common Name or Meaning refers to the extended rostellum which is beak-like

Synonyms Cymbiglossum Halbinger 1983

Type Species = ! = Rhynchostele pygmaea (Lindl.) Rchb. f. 1852

  1. Rhynchostele aptera (La Llave & Lex.) M.A.Soto Arenas & G.A.Salazar 1993

    Part shadeCooltoColdWinterSpringSummerFall

    ~Rhynchostele aspersa (Rchb.f.) Soto Arenas & Salazar 1993 - See Rhynchostele rossii (Lindley) Soto Arenas & Salazar 1993

    ~ Rhynchostele beloglossa [Rchb.f] Dressler & Williams 2002 - See Amparoa beloglossa (Rchb. f.) Schltr. 1923

  2. Rhynchostele bictoniensis (Bateman) M.A.Soto Arenas & G.A.Salazar 1993

    Fragrance Part shadeCold to Cool Winterto Spring

  3. Rhynchostele candidula (Rchb.f.) Soto Arenas & Salazar 1993

    to

  4. Rhynchostele cervantesii (La Llave & Lex.) Soto Arenas & Salazar 1993

    Fragrance Part shade Cold to Cool Winterto Spring

    ~Rhynchostele cervantesii subsp. membranacea (Lindl.) Soto Arenas & Salazar 1993 - See Rhynchostele cervantesii (La Llave & Lex.) Soto Arenas & Salazar 1993

  5. Rhynchostele cordata (Lindl.) Soto Arenas & Salazar 1993

    Part shadeCold to Warm Spring

    ~Rhynchostele × duvivieriana (Rchb.f.) Soto Arenas & Salazar 1993 - See Rhynchostele cordata (Lindl.) Soto Arenas & Salazar 1993

  6. Rhynchostele ehrenbergii (Link, Klotzsch & Otto) Soto Arenas & Salazar 1993

    Part shadeCold to Cool Spring

  7. Rhynchostele galeottiana (A. Rich.) Soto Arenas & Salazar 1993

    Fragrance Full shade Cold to Cool Summer

  8. Rhynchostele hortensiae (Lucas Rodr.) Soto Arenas & Salazar 1993

    Part shadeCoolSpring

  9. Rhynchostele × humeana ( Rchb.f. ) Soto Arenas & G.A.Salazar 1993

    ~Rhynchostele londesboroughiana (Rchb.f.) Soto Arenas & Salazar 1993 - See Mesoglossum londesboroughianum (Rchb. f.) Halb. 1982

  10. Rhynchostele maculata (La Llave & Lex.) Soto Arenas & Salazar 1824

    Part shadeCold to Warm FallTHROUGHSpring"

    ~Rhynchostele maculata subsp oestlundiana [L.O.Wms.] Sto Arenas & Jimenez 2008 - See Rhynchostele maculata (La Llave & Lex.) Soto Arenas & Salazar 1824

  11. Rhynchostele madrensis (Rchb.f.) M.A.Soto Arenas & G.A.Salazar 1993

    FragrancePart shadeCold to Cool LATE Summer Fall

  12. Rhynchostele majalis (Rchb. f.) Rchb. f. 1993

    Part shadeCold to CoolSpring

  13. !Rhynchostele pygmaea (Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1852

    Full shade ColdWinter Spring

  14. Rhynchostele rossii (Lindley) Soto Arenas & Salazar 1993

    Part shade Cold to Warm Winterto Spring

  15. Rhynchostele stellata (Lindl.) Soto Arenas & Salazar 1993

    Full shadeCool to Cold Spring

  16. Rhynchostele uroskinneri (Lindl.) Lindl. 1859

    FragranceFull shade Cool to Cold Summer and Fall

  17. Rhynchostele × vexativa (Rchb.f.) Soto Arenas & Salazar 1993

Rhynchostylis Blume 1825 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aeridinae.

This vandaceous genus with 4 species is used in hybridization often and can be found from India southeast to the Philippines. This genus differs from Vandas by the one-lobed lip and unlike vandas they like indirect light instead. It is a monopodial genus with leathery leaves that support fragrant racemes of spicy flowers. The lip is immobile and merges onto the base of the column with the basal part forming a deep, wide sac or spur. The laterally much compressed spur is directed backwards and the lip has no sidelobes or calli, with the mouth often pubscent within, the apical part entire to slightly 3 lobed and more or less oblong and concave. The short column is dilated at the base with the foot either indistinct or absent and the rostellum is long pointed. The 2 pollina are globular, indented and have long slender stipes that widen at the apex and an oblong viscidium. They like wood slat basket culture with little or no potting material and will grow massive fleshy roots entangled throughout the basket if given uniform water and fertilizer.

Common Name or Meaning refers to the beak-like viscidium

Synonyms Anota Schlechter 1914

Type Species = ! = Rhynchostylis retusa [L.]Blume 1825

  1. Rhynchostylis coelestis (Rchb. f.) Rchb. f. ex Veitch 1891

    FragrancePart sun Cool to HotSummer to Fall

    ~Rhynchostylis densiflora (Lindl.) L.O.Williams 1937 - See Robiquetia spathulata (Blume) J.J. Sm. 1912

    ~Rhynchostylis garwalica (Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1864 - See Rhynchostylis retusa [L.]Blume 1825

  2. Rhynchostylis gigantea [Lindl.]Ridley 1896

    Fragrance Part sunWarm to Hot Fall and Winter

    ~Rhynchostylis gigantea f. harrisoniana (Hook.) M.Wolff & O.Gruss 2007 - See Rhynchostylis gigantea [Lindl.]Ridley 1896

    ~Rhynchostylis gigantea subsp. violacea (Lindl.) Christenson 1985 - See Rhynchostylis gigantea [Lindl.]Ridley 1896

    ~Rhynchostylis gurwalica Rchb.f. 1864 Misspelling - See Rhynchostylis retusa [L.]Blume 1825

    ~Rhynchostylis guttata Rchb.f. 1854 - See Rhynchostylis retusa [L.]Blume 1825

    ~Rhynchostylis papillosa Heynh. 1846 - See Acampe papillosa (Lindley) Lindl. 1853

  3. Rhynchostylis praemorsa [Willd.] Blume 1825

    Fragrance Part sunWarm to Hot Fall and Winter

  4. !Rhynchostylis retusa [L.]Blume 1825

    Fragrance Part sunWarm to Hot Winter to EARLY Spring

    ~Rhynchostylis violacea Rchb.f. 1854 - See Rhynchostylis retusa [L.]Blume 1825

~Rhytionanthos Garay, Hamer, & Siegrist 1994 - See Bulbophyllum Thouars 1822 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE ?, SUBTRIBE Dendrobiinae

~Rhytionanthos aemulus [W.W.Sm.] Garay, Hamer & Siegrist 1994 - See Bulbophyllum forestii Seidenf. 1974

~Rhytionanthos bootanense [Par. & Rchb.f] Garay, Hamer & Siegrist 1994 - See Bulbophyllum bootanense Parish & Rchb. f. 1874

~Rhytionanthos cornutum [Lindl.] Garay, Hamer, $ Siegerist 1994 - See Bulbophyllum helenae J.J. Sm. 1912

~Rhytionanthos mirum [J.J.Sm.] Garay, Hamer & Siegrist 1994 - See Bulbophyllum mirum J.J. Sm. 1906

~Rhytionanthos nodosus (Rolfe) L.A.Garay, F.Hamer & E.S.Siegerist 1994 - Se Bulbophyllum nodosum [Rolfe] J.J.Sm. 1912

~Rhytionanthos plumatus [Ames] Garay, Hamer & Siegrist 1994 - See Bulbophyllum plumatum Ames 1915

~Rhytionanthos spathulatus (Rolfe ex E.W.Cooper) L.A.Garay, F.Hamer & E.S.Siegerist 1994 - See Bulbophyllum spathulatum (Rolfe ex E. Cooper) Seidenf. 1970

~*Rhytionanthos strigosus L.A.Garay 1999 - See Bulbophyllum strigosum (Garay) Sieder & Kiehn 2009

~Rhytionanthos unciniferum (Seidenf.) Garay, Hamer & Siegerist 1994 - See Bulbophyllum unciniferum Seidenf. 1973

~`Ridleya (Hook. f.) Pfitzer - See Thrixspermum Lour. 1790 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aeridinae.

~Ridleya notabilis (Hook. f.) Pfitzer 1900 - See Thrixspermum acuminatissimum (Rchb. f.) Rchb.f. 1868

`Ridleyella Schlechter 1913 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE ?, SUBTRIBE Dendrobiinae.

A monotypic genus from the island of New Guinea. An epiphytic herb, vegetatively and florally somewhat simulating a Acriopsis, espcially when not in flower. This species from the mountain forests of New Guinea is allied to the subtribe Thelasis Blume. The dark-purplish flowers borne in profusion on branching inflorescenses have an unusual appeal. The species is found in on the edge of the rain forest where there is plenty of sun light at elevations of about 600 to 1200 meters.

Common Name or Meaning Named for H.N. Ridley and English botanist

Type Species = ! = Ridleyella paniculata Schltr. 1913

  1. !Ridleyella paniculata (Ridl.) Schltr. 1913

    Part sun Warm to HotWinter and LATE Spring

`Rimacola Rupp 1942SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Diurideae, SUBTRIBE Thelymitrinae

A monotypic genus evergreen plants with a few to several, elliptical, ovate to lanceolate leaves blooming on a terminal, asrching to drooping inflorescence. Found only in New South Wales, Australia in the Blue mountains on horizontal sandstone cracks, fissures and crevasses that are moist and trap humus or sandy loam, often on cliffs as a monotypic, pendant growing, lithophytic genus with long-lasting flowers that keep the flowers shape even after pollinization which occurs by pseudocopulation with a small black wasp.

Common Name or Meaning The Rock Growing Orchid

Type Species = ! = Rimacola elliptica (R.Br.) Rupp 1942

  1. !Rimacola elliptica (R.Br.) Rupp 1942

    Part shadeCoolTo ColdLATESpring Summer

`Risleya King & Pantl. 1898 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Malaxideae, SUBTRIBE Malaxidinae

This is a monotypic, holomycotropic, terrestrial genus without leaves that has a subterranean, creeping rhizome with a few widely spaced rrots that gives rise t oan erect, cylindric, glabrous, leafless stem with 2 to 3 basal sheaths that blooms on a terminal, erect, racemose, glabrous, densely many flowered inflorescence with persistent floral bracts and carrying very small, non-resupinate, fleshy flowers with similar, free sepals and petasl that are usually shorter and narrower than the sepals. The lip is superior, unlobed and caoncave. The column is short and clavate and carries a subterminal, 2-locular anther with 4 waxy pollina in 2 pairs without a caudilcle and is directly attached to a thick, oblong, viscidium with a stout, exserted rostellum that protrudes beyond the anther

Common Name or Meaning Named for Risley an English ethnologist in India in the 1800's

Type Species = ! = Risleya atropurpurea King & Pantl. 1898

  1. !Risleya atropurpurea King & Pantl. 1898

~`Ritaia King & Pantl.1898 - See Ceratostylis Blume 1825 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Podochileae, SUBTRIBE Eriinae .

~Ritaia himalaica (Hook.f.) King & Pantl. 1898 - See Ceratostylis himalaica Hook.f. 1890

Robiquetia Gaudich. 1829 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aeridinae.

There are 40 species of monopodial epiphytes with pendant inflorescence in this Indo-Malaysian genus. Their culture is the same as for Vanda. They are medium sized epiphytes with a long, pendant stem carrying oblong to elliptic, unequally bilobed leaves and blooms on an axillary, pendant, racemose to paniculate, many flowered inflorescence with small flowers with spreading sepals and petals with an immobile, 3 lobed lip with small, sometimes fleshy lateral lobes, an apical inflated spur with callosities or scales inside, a short and stout column without a foot, long, linear, spathulate, often hook-like stipes, a small viscidium and 2 grooved pollina.

Common Name or Meaning Named for Robiquet a French chemist

Type Species = ! = Robiquetia ascendens Gaud. 1829

  1. Robiquetia angustifolia Schltr. 1925

    Part Shade Warm Fall

  2. !Robiquetia ascendens Schlechter 1829

    Part sunHot Winter

  3. Robiquetia bertholdii (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1913

    Part sun Hot to Warm

    ~*Robiquetia bicruris J.J.Sm.1928 - See Malleola bicruris (J.J.Sm.) Garay 1972

  4. Robiquetia cerina (Rchb. f.) Garay 1972

    Part sun Hot Warm to

  5. Robiquetia compressa (Lindl.) Schltr. 1913

    Part Sun HotCold

    ~Robiquetia constricta (Rchb.f.) Garay 1972 - See Robiquetia bertholdii (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1913

  6. Robiquetia crassa (Ridl.) Schltr. 1913

  7. Robiquetia crockerensis J.J.Wood & A.L.Lamb 1993

    Full Shade Warm Cold Spring Fall

    ~Robiquetia fuerstenbergiana (Schltr.) Schltr. 1913 - See Robiquetia pachyphylla (Rchb.f.) Garay 1972

  8. Robiquetia gracilistipes (Schltr.) J.J. Sm. 1912

    Fragrance Part sunWarm to HotLATE

    ~Robiquetia graeffei (Rchb.f.) Garay 1972 - See Robiquetia bertholdii (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1913

  9. Robiquetia josephiana Manilal & C.S.Kumar 1984

    Summer and Fall

    ~Robiquetia merrilliana (Ames) Lückel, M.Wolff & J.J.Wood 1989 - See Cleisocentron merrillianum (Ames) Christenson 1992

    ~Robiquetia merrillii (Ames) Ames 1922 - See Robiquetia cerina (Rchb. f.) Garay 1972

    ~ Robiquetia mimus (Rchb. f.) Garay 1972 - See Robiquetia bertholdii (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1913

  10. Robiquetia minahassae (Schltr.) J.J.Sm. 1912

  11. Robiquetia mooreana (Rolfe) J.J. Sm. 1912

  12. Robiquetia pachyphylla (Rchb.f.) Garay 1972

    Part shade WarmSpring

    ~Robiquetia paniculata (Lindl.) J.J. Sm. 1912 - See Robiquetia succisa (Lindl.) Seidenf. & Garay 1972

  13. Robiquetia pantherina (Kraenzl.) Ames 1923

    Part Shade Hot Summer

    ~Robiquetia ramosii Ames 1922 - See Robiquetia compressa (Lindl.) Schltr. 1913

    ~*Robiquetia rectifolia Dockrill 1967 - See Saccolabiopsis rectifolia (Dockrill) Garay 1972

  14. Robiquetia rosea (Lindl.) Garay, 1972

    to and

  15. Robiquetia spathulata (Blume) J.J. Sm. 1912

    Part sunWarm to Hot Fall and Winter

    ~Robiquetia squamulosa (J.J.Sm.) J.J.Sm. 1912 - See Robiquetia gracilistipes (Schltr.) J.J. Sm. 1912

  16. Robiquetia succisa (Lindl.) Seidenf. & Garay 1972

    Part shadeWarm Summer THROUGH Winter

    ~Robiquetia tierneyana (Rupp) Dockr. 1967 - See Robiquetia gracilistipes (Schltr.) J.J. Sm. 1912

  17. Robiquetia transversisaccata (Ames & C.Schweinf.) J.J.Wood 1993

    Part ShadeHot Warm Spring Fall

  18. Robiquetia virescens Ormerod & S.S.Fernando 2008

    Part shadeWarm LATERSummer

    ~Robiquetia virescens (Gardner ex Lindl.) Jayaw.1981 - See Robiquetia virescens Ormerod & S.S.Fernando 2008

  19. Robiquetia wassellii Dockr. 1967

    Full shadeHot Winter

~Rodrigoa Braas 1979 - See Masdevallia Ruiz and Pavon 1794 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Pleurothallidinae

~Rodrigoa alexandri (Luer) Braas 1982 - See Masdevallia alexandri Luer 1980

~Rodrigoa anisomorpha (Garay) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia anisomorpha Garay 1970

~Rodrigoa bilabiata (Kraenzl.) Braas 1979 - See Masdevallia platyglossa Rchb.f. 1882

~Rodrigoa cryptocopis (Rchb.f. ex Kraenzl.) Braas 1979 - See Masdevallia picturata Rchb.f 1878

~Rodrigoa diversifolia [Kranzl.] Braas 1979 - See Masdevallia parvula Schltr. 1921

~Rodrigoa fasciata (Rchb.f.) Braas 1979 - See Masdevallia fasciata Rchb. f. 1881

~Rodrigoa heteroptera (Rchb.f.) Braas 1979 - See Masdevallia heteroptera Rchb.f. 1875

~ Rodrigoa hortensis (Luer & R.Escobar) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia hortensis Luer & R.Escobar 1984

~Rodrigoa meleagris (Lindl.) Braas 1979 - See Masdevallia meleagris Lindl. 1845

~Rodrigoa milagroi (Luer & Hirtz) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia milagroi Luer & Hirtz 2003

~Rodrigoa pantomima (Luer & Hirtz) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia pantomima Luer & Hirtz 2001

~Rodrigoa parvula (Schltr.) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia parvula Schltr. 1921

~Rodrigoa planadensis (Luer & R.Escobar) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia planadensis Luer & R.Escobar 1988

~Rodrigoa segurae (Luer & R.Escobar) Braas 1979 - See Masdevallia segurae Luer & R.Escobar 1978

~Rodrigoa ximenae (Luer & Hirtz) Luer 2006 - See Masdevallia ximenae Luer & Hirtz 1991

Rodriguezia Ruiz & Pav. 1794 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae

A genus of 49 or so epiphytic or lithophytic species in the American tropics but with the highest concentration in Brazil. They are smaller plants with sheathed, prominent, elongate, psuedobulbs spaced either clustered or far apart on the wiry rhizome, with one or more erect or arching racemes that are many flowered and arise from the bract-axils. The flowers have equal sized dorsal sepal and petals while the lateral sepals are fused to form a spur which projects forward or backward arching under the lip. This sepal spur contains nectar and encloses the lip spur which can be long or short. The lip is the same color in all species as the petals and sepals, and it has a clawed base that broadens to a rounded apex with two lobes.

Common Name or Meaning Named for Manuel Rodriguez a Spanish botanist

Synonyms Burlingtonia Lindley 1837; Physanthera Bertero ex Steud. 1841

Type Species = ! = Rodriguezia lanceolata Ruiz & Pavon 1798

    ~Rodriguezia anomala Rolfe 1891 - See Capanemia superflua (Rchb. f.) Garay 1967

  1. Rodriguezia arevaloi Schltr. 1924

    Part shadeHot to Coolwinter

  2. Rodriguezia bahiensis Rchb.f. 1854

    ~*Rodriguezia barkeri Hook. 1827 - See Gomesa recurva R.Br. 1815

  3. Rodriguezia batemanii Poepp. & Endl. 1836

    Fragrance Part sunWarm to Cool Summer and Fall

    ~Rodriguezia batemanii var. speciosa Mansf. 1928 - See Rodriguezia batemanii Poepp. & Endl. 1836

    ~Rodriguezia bicolor (Lindl.) Schltr. 1921 - See Sutrina bicolor Lindl. 1842

  4. Rodriguezia bockiae D.E. Benn. & Christenson 1995

    Part sunWarm to Hot Winter or Summer

  5. Rodriguezia brachystachys Rchb.f. & Warm. 1881

  6. Rodriguezia bracteata (Vell.) Hoehne 1952

    Part sun Warm to HotFall to EARLYWinter

  7. Rodriguezia caloplectron Rchb.f. 1883

  8. Rodriguezia candida Bateman ex Lindl. 1837

    toSummer

    ~Rodriguezia candida var. batemannii Hort. ex Stein 1892 - See Rodriguezia batemanii Poepp. & Endl. 1836

  9. Rodriguezia carnea Lindl. 1843

    Part sun Hot Summer

  10. Rodriguezia chasei Dodson & D.E.Benn. 1989

    Part shade Warm Cool Spring

  11. Rodriguezia claudiae Chiron 2001

    ~Rodriguezia cochlearis Lindl. 1840 - See Leochilus labiatus (Sw.) Kuntze 1891

  12. Rodriguezia compacta Schltr. 1923

    LATE THROUGH

    ~Rodriguezia corydaloides Kraenzl. 1928 - See Neokoehleria corydaloides (Kraenzl.) Garay 1973

    ~*Rodriguezia crispa Lindley 1839 - See Gomesa crispa Kl. & Rchb.f 1852

  13. Rodriguezia decora (Lem.) Rchb. f. 1852

    FragrancePart sunWarm to Hot Fall and Winter

    ~Rodriguezia decora f. lactea (L.C.Menezes) F.Barros & J.A.N.Bat. 2004 - See Rodriguezia decora (Lem.) Rchb. f. 1852

    ~Rodriguezia decora var. lactea L.C.Menezes 1995 - See Rodriguezia decora (Lem.) Rchb. f. 1852

    ~Rodriguezia decora var. picta (Hook.) A.H.Kent 1893 - See Rodriguezia decora (Lem.) Rchb. f. 1852

    ~*Rodriguezia eleutherosepala Barb. Rodr. 1881 - See Rodrigueziopsis eleutherosepala (Barb. Rodr.) Schltr. 1920

  14. Rodriguezia ensiformis Ruiz & Pav. 1798

    ~Rodriguezia ensifolia Rchb.f. 1863 - See Rodriguezia ensiformis Ruiz & Pav. 1798

    ~Rodriguezia estradae Dodson 1982 - See Rodriguezia refracta (Lindl.) Rchb. f. 1854

  15. Rodriguezia fernandezii Dodson & D.E. Benn. 1989

    Part sun Hot LATE Summer and Fall

  16. Rodriguezia flavida Garay & Dunst. 1976

    toSummer

    ~Rodriguezia fragrans (Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1852 - See Rodriguezia bracteata (Vell.) Hoehne 1952

  17. Rodriguezia granadensis (Lindl.) Rchb. f. 1852

    Part sunWarm to Hot Spring Fall

    ~*Rodriguezia inconspicua Kraenzl. 1895 - See Leochilus inconspicuus (Kraenzl.) M.W.Chase & N.H.Williams 2008

    ~Rodriguezia juergensiana Kraenzl. 1899 - See Capanemia superflua (Rchb. f.) Garay 1967

  18. !Rodriguezia lanceolata Ruiz & Pavon 1798

    Part sunWarm to HotMOSTLY Spring

    ~Rodriguezia lanceolata Lodd. - See Rodriguezia lanceolata Ruiz and Pavon 1798

    ~*Rodriguezia laxiflora Lindl. 1837 - See Gomesa recurva R.Br. 1815

  19. Rodriguezia leeana Rchb. f. 1883

    Part sunWarm to Hot

    ~Rodriguezia leeana var. picta Rchb.f 1885 - See Rodriguezia batemanii Poepp. & Endl. 1836

  20. Rodriguezia lehmannii Rchb. f. 1883

    FragrancePart sun Warm to Cool Winter Spring

    ~*Rodriguezia leochilina Rchb.f. 1871 - See Goniochilus leochilinus (Rchb.f.) M.W.Chase 1987

  21. Rodriguezia limae Brade 1932

    ~Rodriguezia lindenii Cogn. 1892 - See Rodriguezia pubescens (Lindl.) Rchb.f.1852

    ~Rodriguezia lindmanii Kraenzl. 1911 - See Solenidium lunatum (Lindl.) Kraenzl. 1838

  22. Rodriguezia macrantha Schltr. 1924

    ~ Rodriguezia macrostachya Regel 1856 - See Gomesa recurva R.Br. 1815

    ~Rodriguezia maculata Lindley 1840 - See Leochilus oncidioides Knowles & Westc. 1838

    ~Rodriguezia maculata (Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1852 - See Rodriguezia sticta M.W.Chase 1987

    ~Rodriguezia maculata var. bicristata Barb.Rodr. 1882 - See Rodriguezia sticta M.W.Chase 1987

    ~Rodriguezia maculata var. longifolia Loefgr. 1918 - See Rodriguezia sticta M.W.Chase 1987

    ~Rodriguezia maculata var. sexcristata Barb.Rodr. 1882 - See Rodriguezia sticta M.W.Chase 1987

    ~Rodriguezia mascarenensis Spreng. 1826 - See Arnottia inermis (Thouars) S.Moore 1877

    ~*Rodriguezia microphyta Barb.Rodr. 1881 - See Rodrigueziopsis microphyton (Barb.Rodr.) Schltr. 1920

    ~Rodriguezia minor Schltr. 1925 - See Rodriguezia carnea Lindl. 1843

    ~Rodriguezia negrensis [Barb. Rodr.] Cogn. 1904 - See Rodriguezia batemanii Poepp. & Endl. 1836

    ~Rodriguezia obscura F.Lehm. & Kraenzl. 1899 - See Caucaea radiata (Lindl.) Mansf. 1934

  23. Rodriguezia obtusifolia (Lindl.) Rchb. f. 1952

    Part sun Warm to HotSpring

  24. Rodriguezia pardina Rchb.f. 1862

    ~Rodriguezia planifolia Lindl. 1830 - See Gomesa recurva R.Br. 1815

  25. Rodriguezia pubescens (Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1852

    Full shade Fall

  26. Rodriguezia pulcherrima Bogarín, Pupulin & Medina 2008

    part Sun Hot Spring

  27. Rodriguezia pulchra Lřjtnant 1978

    Part sun Warm Fall

    ~Rodriguezia recurva (R.Br.) Lindl 1830 - See Gomesa recurva R.Br. 1815

  28. Rodriguezia refracta (Lindl.) Rchb. f. 1853

    FragrancePart sun Hot EARLY Fall

  29. Rodriguezia ricii R.Vásquez & Dodson 1999

    Full shade Cold Fall

  30. Rodriguezia rigida (Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1852

    FragrancePart shade Hot Warm Fall THROUGH EARLYWinter

  31. Rodriguezia satipoana Dodson & D.E. Benn. 1989

    FragrancePart sunWarm to HotFall

    ~Rodriguezia secunda HBK 1816 - See Rodriguezia lanceolata Ruiz & Pavon 1798

    ~Rodriguezia secunda var. panamensis Schltr. 1922 - See Rodriguezia lanceolata Ruiz & Pavon 1798

  32. Rodriguezia sp Bolivia

  33. Rodriguezia sp Peru

  34. Rodriguezia sp

    ~*Rodriguezia stenochila Lindl. 1846 - See Scelochilus stenochilus (Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1863

  35. Rodriguezia sticta M.W.Chase 1987

    to

  36. Rodriguezia strobelii Garay 1956

    FragrancePart shade Hot Warm Fall THROUGH EARLYWinter

    ~Rodriguezia suaveolens Lindl. 1833 - See Gomesa recurva R.Br. 1815

    ~Rodriguezia teuscheri Garay 1958 - See Rodriguezia lehmannii Rchb. f. 1883

    ~Rodriguezia uliginosa Cogn. 1904 - See Capanemia uliginosa Barb. Rodr. 1881

  37. Rodriguezia vasquezii Dodson 1989

    Part shade Warm Summer

  38. Rodriguezia venusta Rchb. f. 1852

    Fragrance Part sunWarm to Hot Spring

    ~Rodriguezia venusta Cogn 1902 not Rchb.f - See Rodriguezia bracteata (Vell.) Hoehne 1952

    ~Rodriguezia venusta Rchb. f. 1852 var bahiense - See Rodriguezia venusta Rchb. f. 1852

~Rodrigueziella Kuntze 1891 - See Gomesa R Brown 1815 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae

There are five species in this Brazilian genus formed from species in Hellerorchis, Theodorea, Gomesa and Mesopinidium.

    ~Rodrigueziella gomezoides (Barb. Rodr.) Berman 1973 - See Gomesa gomezoides (Barb.Rodr.) Pabst 1967

    ~ Rodrigueziella handroi (Hoehne) Pabst 1975 - See Gomesa handroi (Hoehne) Pabst 1967

    ~Rodrigueziella handroi f. icterina Chiron & V.P.Castro 2007 - See Gomesa handroi (Hoehne) Pabst 1967

    ~Rodrigueziella jucunda (Rchb.f.) Garay 1973 - See Gomesa jucunda (Rchb.f.) M.W.Chase & N.H.Williams 2009

    ~Rodrigueziella verboonenii (Pabst) Pabst 1975 - See Gomesa brasiliensis (Rolfe) M.W.Chase & N.H.Williams 2009

`Rodrigueziopsis Schlechter 1920 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae

This is a genus of 2 epiphytic species all found in Brazil that is closely allied to Gomesa but differs in its more obvious rostellum and often recurved column that does not widen at the base.

Type Species = ! = *Rodriguezia eleutherosepala Barb. Rodr. 1881 = Rodrigueziopsis eleutherosepala (Barb. Rodr.) Schltr.

Common Name or Meaning refers to looking like a Rodriguezia

    ~Rodrigueziopsis antillensis Withner 1971 - See Antillanorchis gundlachii (C.Wright ex Griseb.) Garay 1974

  1. !Rodrigueziopsis eleutherosepala (Barb. Rodr.) Schltr. 1920

    Part sun Cool Winter

  2. Rodrigueziopsis microphyton (Barb.Rodr.) Schltr. 1920

Roeperocharis Rchb.f. 1881 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Orchideae, SUBTRIBE Orchidinae.

There are 5 species in this terrestrial genus confined to the eastern side of mainland Africa from Ethipia to Malawi and Zambia. The genus is characterized by having rounded ellipsoid tubers giving rise to an unbranched, densely leafy stem carrying linear, erect, adpressed to the stem, smaller below, larger towards the middle and grading to bract like leaves above that bloom on an erect, terminal, green, usually many flowered inflorescence and carrying resupinate flowers with free sepals and spreading lateral sepals that are wing-like. The petals are erect, toothed or entire and are folded in the upper half as well as a trilobed lip with a thick subcylindrial spur.

Type Species = ! = Roeperocharis bennettiana Rchb.f., Otia Bot. Hamburg.: 104 (1881

Common Name or Meaning The In Honor of Mr Roeper Orchid

  1. !Roeperocharis bennettiana Rchb.f. 1881

    ~Roeperocharis camerunensis Szlach. & Olszewski 1998 - See Habenaria peristyloides A.Rich. 1840

    ~Roeperocharis combusta (Ridl.) Schltr. 1915 - See Habenaria peristyloides A.Rich. 1840

    ~Roeperocharis elata Schltr.1915 - See Roeperocharis bennettiana Rchb.f. 1881

    ~Roeperocharis occidentalis Kraenzl. 1893 - See Habenaria obovata Summerh. 1932

    ~Roeperocharis peristyloides (A.Rich.) Schltr. 1915 - See Habenaria peristyloides A.Rich. 1840

    ~Roeperocharis platyanthera (Rchb.f.) Rchb.f. 1881 - See Habenaria platyanthera Rchb.f. 1850

    ~Roeperocharis rendlei (Rolfe) Kraenzl. 1901 Habenaria peristyloides A.Rich. 1840

    ~Roeperocharis ukingensis Schltr. 1915 - See Habenaria peristyloides A.Rich. 1840

~Roezliella Schltr. 1918 - See Sigmatostalix Rchb.f. 1852 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae

~*Roezliella cuculligera Schltr. 1920 - See Sigmatostalix cuculligera (Schltr.) Garay 1972

~Roezliella dilatata (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1918 - See Sigmatostalix dilatata Rchb.f. 1876

~Roezliella ibis Schltr. 1920 - See Sigmatostalix ibis undescribed

~Roezliella lehmanniana (Kraenzl.) Schltr. 1918 - See Sigmatostalix lehmanniana Kraenzl. 1894

~Roezliella malleifera (Rchb. f.) Schltr. 1918 - See Sigmatostalix malleifera Rchb. f. 1883

~Roezliella reversa (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1918 - See Sigmatostalix reversa Rchb.f. 1876

~Roezliella wallisii (Rchb. f.) Schltr. 1918 - See Sigmatostalix wallisii Rchb. f. 1877

~Rolfea Zahlbr.1898 - See Palmorchis Barb.Rodr. 1877 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae TRIBE Vanilleae SUBTRIBE Palmorchidinae

~Rolfea elata (Rolfe) Zahlbr. 1898 - See Palmorchis pubescentis Barb.Rodr.1877

~*Rolfea powellii Ames 1924 - See Palmorchis powellii (Ames) C.Schweinf. & Correll 1940

~`Rolfeella Schltr. 1924 - See Benthamia A.Rich. 1828 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Orchideae SUBTRIBE Orchidinae

~Rolfeella glaberrima (Ridl.) Schltr. 1924 - See Benthamia glaberrima (Ridl.) H.Perrier 1934

~Ronaldella Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis R. Brown 1813 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Pleurothallidinae

~Ronaldella aryter (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis aryter Luer 1976

~Ronaldella determannii (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis determannii Luer 1982

~Roptrostemon Blume 1828 - See Nervilia Commons ex Gaudich. 1829 SUBFAMILY Epidenroideae, TRIBE Nervilieae SUBTRIBE Nerviliinae

~Roptrostemon concolor (Blume) Lindl. 1840 - See Nervilia aragoana Commons ex Gaudich. 1826

~Roptrostemon discolor (Blume) Blume 1828 - See Nervilia plicata (Andrews) Schltr. 1911

Rossioglossum [Schlechter]Garay & Kennedy 1976 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae

There are 6 species in this genus segregated from Odontoglossum for their free lip perpendicular to the column with auriculate basal lobes and a specialized callus. They are mostly cool to cold growers and all come from Central America

Common Name or Meaning Named for Ross an English orchid collector in Mexico

Type Species = ! = Odontoglossum grande Lindley 1840 = Rossioglossum grande [Lindley] Garay & Kennedy 1976

    ~Rossioglossum ampliatum [Lindl.]Chase & Wms. 2008 - See Oncidium ampliatum Lindl. 1833

  1. !Rossioglossum grande (Lindl.) Garay & G.C. Kenn. 1976

    Part shade Warm to ColdLATE Fall and Winter

    ~Rossioglossum grande f. aureum (Stein) Christenson 2007 - See Rossioglossum grande (Lindl.) Garay & G.C. Kenn. 1976

    ~Rossioglossum grande var. aureum (Stein) Garay & G.C.Kenn. 1976 - See Rossioglossum grande (Lindl.) Garay & G.C. Kenn. 1976

  2. Rossioglossum hagsaterianum Soto Arenas 2002 publ. 2003

    to and

    ~Rossioglossum hagsaterianum f. aureum (Rchb.f. ex B.S.Williams) Christenson 2007 - See Rossioglossum insleayi (Barker ex Lindl.) Garay & G.C. Kenn. 1976

  3. Rossioglossum insleayi (Barker ex Lindl.) Garay & G.C. Kenn. 1976

    FragrancePart shadeCool to Cold Fall Winter

    ~Rossioglossum krameri [Rchb.f] Chase & NH Wms. 2008 - See Ticoglossum krameri (Rchb.f.) Halb. 1983

    ~Rossioglossum oerstedii [Rchb.f] Chase & NH Wms 2008 - See Ticoglossum oerstedii (Rchb. f.) Lucas Rodr. ex Halb. 1983

    ~Rossioglossum powellii (Schltr.) Garay & G.C.Kenn 1976 - See Rossioglossum schlieperianum Garay & G.C. Kenn. 1976

  4. Rossioglossum schlieperianum Garay & G.C. Kenn. 1976

    Part shade Warm to Cold Springand EARLY Summer

    ~Rossioglossum schlieperianum fo. flavidum (Rchb. f.) Pupulin 2002 - See Rossioglossum schlieperianum Garay & G.C. Kenn. 1976

    ~Rossioglossum schlieperianum var. flavidum (Rchb.f.) Garay & G.C.Kenn. 1976 - See Rossioglossum schlieperianum Garay & G.C. Kenn. 1976

  5. Rossioglossum splendens (Rchb.f.) Garay & G.C.Kenn. 1976

    Part Shade WarmCoolFall

    ~Rossioglossum splendens var. imschootianum (Rolfe) Garay & G.C.Kenn. 1976 - See Rossioglossum insleayi (Barker ex Lindl.) Garay & G.C. Kenn. 1976

    ~Rossioglossum splendens var. leopardinum (Rchb.f.) Garay & G.C.Kenn. 1976 - See Rossioglossum insleayi (Barker ex Lindl.) Garay & G.C. Kenn. 1976

    ~Rossioglossum splendens var. pantherinum (Rchb.f.) Garay & G.C.Kenn. 1976 - See Rossioglossum insleayi (Barker ex Lindl.) Garay & G.C. Kenn. 1976

  6. Rossioglossum williamsianum [Rchb.f] Garay & Kennedy 1976

    Part shadeCold to Warm Spring

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

~Rubellia rubella (Luer) Luer 2004 - See Pleurothallis rubella Luer 1977

Rudolfiella Hoehne 1944 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae, SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae.

There are 6 species in the south west Indies, Panama, and tropical South America with the majority found in Brazil as small to medium sized epiphytic or rarely lithophytic, warm growing herbs. They are characterized by having somewhat tetragonal pseudobulbs with a single, long-petiolate, plicate leaf with prominent veining underneath. The basal inflorescence is racemose and has several to many flowers which range from medium to large sized with the lip arising from the apex of the column foot that has a narrow base, a central callus and is three lobed. It has four pollina attached in pairs to two basally united stipes.

Common Name or Meaning Named for Freidrich Richard Rudolf Schelchter a German taxomonist

Synonyms Lindleyella Schlechter 1914; Schlechterella Hoehne 1899

Type Species = ! = Rudolfiella aurantiaca [Lindley] Hoehne 1943

  1. !Rudolfiella aurantiaca [Lindley] Hoehne 1943

    Part shadeWarm to Hot Fall Spring

  2. Rudolfiella floribunda (Schltr.) Hoehne 1953

    Part shadeWarm to Hot Summer or Winter

  3. Rudolfiella picta (Schltr.) Hoehne 1956

    Part shade Hot to Warm Summer

    ~Rudolfiella picta (Schltr.) L.O. Williams 1956 - See Rudolfiella picta (Schltr.) Hoehne

    ~Rudolfiella sabulosa (Barb.Rodr.) Hoehne 1953 - See Bifrenaria longicornis Lindl. 1838

    ~Rudolfiella saxicola [Schlechter] Hoehne 1953 - See Rudolfiella floribunda (Schltr.) Hoehne 1953

~Rusbyella Rolfe 1896 - See Cyrtochilum H.B.K. 1816 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae.

~*Rusbyella aurantiaca G.Gerlach & T.Franke 1997 publ. 1998 - See Cyrtochilum aurantiacum (G.Gerlach & T.Franke) Dalström 2001

~*Rusbyella caespitosa Rolfe 1896 - See Cyrtochilum caespitosum (Rolfe) Dalström 2001

~Rusbyella peruviana D.E.Benn. & Christenson 2001- See Cyrtochilum caespitosum (Rolfe) Dalström 2001

~Rusbyella quadridentata (D.E.Benn. & Christenson) Senghas 2000 - See Cyrtochilum caespitosum (Rolfe) Dalström 2001

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

Saccoglossum Schlechter 1914 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE ?, SUBTRIBE Dendrobiinae.

These small, monopodial epiphytic herbs are only known from New Guinea. Vegetatively resembling Bulbophyllum with single leaves per pseudobulb. The flowers of the New Guinea species S. papuanum are white-yellow with pale brown petals, a white lip with red streaks inside the base, while the flowers of S. maculatum are white and the petals spotted with pink. In 1912 this very rare genus was established by Rudolf Schlechter for only two species.

Common Name or Meaning refers to the bag-like lip

Type Species = ! = Saccoglossum papuanum Schltr. 1912

  1. !Saccoglossum papuanum Schltr. 1912

    Part shade Warm to CoolWinterand Summer

Saccolabiopsis J.J.Smith 1918SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aeridinae

There are 14 species within this monopodial, epiphytic genus ranging from the Himalayas to New Guiinea and Australia. They have a pendant, short stem carrying, oblong-elliptic, sessile, bifid apically leaves and blooms on a lateral, slender, racemose, laxly many flowered inflorescence. The minute, thin-textured, flowers have similar, gaping petals and sepals and have the lip firmly adnate to the column base. The lip is saccate, or spurred and has no internal appendages, the column is small, cylindrical and lacking a foot, there are 2 pollina in very unequal halves, a long, slender stipe and a disc-like viscidium.

Common Name or Meaning refers to the similarities to the genus Saccolabium

Type Species = ! = Saccolabiopsis bakhuizenii J.J. Sm. 1918

  1. Saccolabiopsis armitii (F. Muell.) Dockr. 1967

    Part sunWarm to Cool Spring

  2. !Saccolabiopsis bakhuizenii J.J. Sm. 1918

    Part shade HotWarm

  3. Saccolabiopsis pusilla (Lindl.) Seidenf. & Garay 1972

    Part shade HotWarm Spring

  4. Saccolabiopsis rectifolia (Dockrill) Garay 1972

    Part shade Hot LATEFall THROUGH Winter

  5. Saccolabiopsis viridiflora Aver.2005

    ~Saccolabiopsis wulaokenensis W.M.Lin, Kuo Huang & T.P.Lin 2006 - See Saccolabiopsis viridiflora Aver.2005

Saccolabium Blume 1825SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aeridinae

There are about a dozen epiphytic species in this Himalayan, Indonesian and New Guinea genus of small vandanaceous orchids. Once a very large genus it has been pared down and left with just a few. New genera include Cleisostoma, Schoenorchis, Rhynchostylis, Ascocentrum to name a few. This genus is the Vandanaceous equivalent of Epidendrum and as time has passed the majority of the species have been reclassified to other genera

Common Name or Meaning refers to the bag-like lip

Type Species = ! = ?

    ~Saccolabium abyssinicum A.Rich. 1851 - See Eulophia guineensis Lindl. 1823

    ~Saccolabium acaule (Lindl.) Hook.f. 1890 - See Gastrochilus acaulis (Lindl.) Kuntze 1891

    ~Saccolabium acuminatum Thwaites 1861 - See Cleisostoma tenuifolium (L.) Garay 1972

    ~Saccolabium acuminatum (Lindl.) Hook.f. 1890 - See Uncifera acuminata Lindl. 1859

    ~*Saccolabium acutifolium Lindl. 1833 - See Gastrochilus acutifolius (Lindl.) Kuntze 1891

    ~Saccolabium acutilabrum Gagnep. 1932 - See Robiquetia spathulata (Blume) J.J. Sm. 1912

    ~Saccolabium adenoncoides Ridl. 1910 - See Adenoncos parviflora Ridl. 1896

    ~Saccolabium adnatum (Ridl.) Ridl. 1924 - See Micropera fuscolutea (Lindl.) Garay 1972

    ~*Saccolabium affine King & Pantl.1898 - See Gastrochilus affinis (King & Pantl.) Schltr. 1913

    ~Saccolabium albolineatum Teijsm. & Binn. 1864 - See Rhynchostylis gigantea [Lindley]Ridley 1896

    ~*Saccolabium ampullaceum Lindley 1828 - See Ascocentrum ampullaceum [Lindl.]Schlechter 1913

    ~*Saccolabium angraecoides Schltr. 1906 - See Pennilabium angraecoides (Schltr.) J.J.Sm. 1914

    ~*Saccolabium angraecum Ridl. 1898 - See Pennilabium angraecum (Ridl.) J.J.Sm. 1914

    ~Saccolabium aphyllum (Thouars) Lindl. 1833 - See Solenangis aphylla (Thouars) Summerh. 1943

    ~*Saccolabium archytas Ridl. 1891 - See Brachypeza archytas (Ridl.) Garay 1972

    ~Saccolabium armitii (F.Muell.) Rupp 1951 - See Saccolabiopsis armitii (F. Muell.) Dockr. 1967

    ~Saccolabium ascendens [Gaudich.] Lindl. 1833 - See Robiquetia ascendens Gaudich. 1829

    ~*Saccolabium aurantiacum Schltr.1911 - See Ascocentrum aurantiacum (Schlechter) Schltr. 1913

    ~Saccolabium aurantiacum J.J.Sm. 1910 - See Pennilabium angraecum (Ridl.) J.J.Sm. 1914

    ~Saccolabium bagnoliana F.M.Bailey 1900 - See Robiquetia mooreana (Rolfe) J.J. Sm. 1912

    ~*Saccolabium bellinum Reichb.f. 1884 - See Gastrochilus bellinus [Rchb.f] Kuntze 1891

    ~Saccolabium bertholdii Rchb.f. 1868 - See Robiquetia bertholdii (Rchb.f.) Schltr.1913

    ~Saccolabium bicarinatum Ridl. 1907 - See Cleisostoma rostellatum (Ridl.) Garay 1972

    ~*Saccolabium bidoupense Tixier & Guillaumin 1963 - See Deceptor bidoupensis (Tixier & Guillaumin) Seidenf. 1992

    ~*Saccolabium bifidum Lindl. 1838 - See Megalotus bifidus (Lindl.) Garay 1972

    ~Saccolabium bigibbum Rchb.f. ex Hook.f. 1869 - See Gastrochilus obliquus (Lindl.) Kuntze 1891

    ~Saccolabium bilamellatum (J.J.Sm.) Schltr.1911 - See Cleisostoma bilamellatum (J.J.Sm.) Garay 1972

    ~Saccolabium bipunctatum C.S.P.Parish & Rchb.f. 1874 - See Trichoglottis bipunctata (C.S.P.Parish & Rchb.f.) Tang & F.T.Wang 1951

    ~Saccolabium blumei Lindley 1841 - See Rhynchostylis retusa [L.]Blume 1825

    ~Saccolabium borneense Rchb.f 1881 - See Robiquetia spathulata (Blume) J.J. Sm. 1912

    ~Saccolabium brevilabre (F.Muell.) Rupp 1941 - See Plectorrhiza brevilabris (F.Muell.) Dockrill 1967

    ~*Saccolabium brevirhachis L.O.Williams 1938 - See Tuberolabium brevirhachis (L.O.Williams) J.J.Wood 1990

    ~Saccolabium buccosum Rchb. f. 1871 - See Robiquetia succisa (Lindl.) Seidenf. & Garay 1972

    ~Saccolabium calcaratum F. Muell. 1889 - See Plectorrhiza tridentata [Lindley]Dockrill 1967

    ~Saccolabium calceolare [D. Don] Lindley 1839 - See Gastrochilus calceolaris [J.E.Sm.] D. Don 1825

    ~Saccolabium calceolare Paxton 1839 - See Gastrochilus intermedius (Griff. ex Lindl.) Kuntze 1891

    ~Saccolabium calceolare J.J.Sm. Sensu 1905 - See Gastrochilus sororius Schlechter 1913

    ~*Saccolabium calopterum Rchb.f. 1886 - See Ascoglossum calopterum [Rchb.f]Schlechter 1913

    ~Saccolabium carinatum Griff. 1851 - See Acampe papillosa (Lindley) Lindl. 1853

    ~*Saccolabium celebicum Schltr. 1911 - See Tuberolabium celebicum (Schltr.) J.J.Wood 1990

    ~*Saccolabium cerinum Rchb. f. 1888 - See Robiquetia cerina (Rchb. f.) Garay 1972

    ~Saccolabium chionanthum Lindl. 1859 - see Schoenorchis micrantha Reinw. 1823

    ~ Saccolabium chrysoplectrum Guillaumin 1930 - See Eparmatostigma dives (Rchb. f.) Garay 1972

    ~Saccolabium chrysoplectrum var. albiflorum Guillaumin 1964 - SeeEparmatostigma dives (Rchb. f.) Garay 1972

    ~Saccolabium ciliare (Maek.) Ohwi 1954 - See Gastrochilus ciliaris Maek. 1936

    ~*Saccolabium coeleste Rchb. f. 1885 - See Rhynchostylis coelestis (Rchb. f.) Rchb. f. ex Veitch 1891

    ~Saccolabium collettianum King & Pantl 1897 - See Robiquetia pachyphylla (Rchb.f.) Garay 1972

    ~*Saccolabium compressum Lindl. 1843; - See Robiquetia compressa (Lindl.) Schltr. 1913

    ~*Saccolabium confusum Ames 1913 publ. 1914 - See Pennilabium confusum (Ames) Garay 1972

    ~Saccolabium constrictum Rchb.f. 1878 - See Robiquetia bertholdii (Rchb.f.) Schltr.1913

    ~Saccolabium copelandii F.M.Bailey 1907 - See Micropera fasciculata (Lindl.) Garay 1972

    ~Saccolabium cornigerum Ridl. 1896 - See Trichoglottis cirrhifera Teijsm. & Binn. 1853

    ~*Saccolabium crassum Ridl. 1896 - See Robiquetia crassa (Ridl.) Schltr. 1913

    ~*Saccolabium culiciferum Ridl. 1917 - See Malleola culicifera (Ridl.) Garay 1972

    ~*Saccolabium curvifolium Lindley 1933 - See Ascocentrum curvifolium [Lindley]Schlechter 1913

    ~*Saccolabium dasypogon Lindley 1833 - See Gastrochilus dasypogon [Lindley] O.Ktze. 1891

    ~Saccolabium decipiens (Lindl.) Alston 1931 - see Pomatocalpa decipiens (Lindl.) J.J.Sm. 1912

    ~Saccolabium densiflorum Lindl. 1833 - See Robiquetia spathulata (Blume) J.J. Sm. 1912

    ~Saccolabium dentatum Rchb.f. 1864 - See Gastrochilus acutifolius (Lindl.) Kuntze 1891

    ~Saccolabium denticulatum Paxt. 1840 - See Gastrochilus acutifolius (Lindl.) Kuntze 1891

    ~Saccolabium distichum Lindl.1859 -See Gastrochilus distichus (Lindl.) Kuntze 1891

    ~Saccolabium distichus var pseudodistichum [King & Pantl.] Finet 1934 - See Gastrochilus pseudodistichus (King & Pantl.) Schltr. 1913

    ~*Saccolabium eberhardtii Finet 1910 - See Cleisostomopsis eberhardtii (Finet) Seidenf. 1992

    ~Saccolabium epichysiochilum Kraenzl. 1916 - See Tuberolabium sarcochiloides (Schltr.) Garay 1972

    ~*Saccolabium escritorii Ames 1915 - See Tuberolabium escritorii (Ames) Garay 1972

    ~*Saccolabium fasciculatum Lindl. 1843 - See Micropera fasciculata (Lindl.) Garay 1972

    ~*Saccolabium fissicors Ridl. 1907 - See Cleisostoma fissicors (Ridl.) Seidenf. & J.J.Wood 1992

    ~Saccolabium fissum Ridl. 1896 - See Smitinandia micrantha (Lindl.) Holttum 1969

    ~*Saccolabium flabelliforme Blatt. & McCann 1932 - See Gastrochilus flabelliformis (Blatt. & McCann) C.J.Saldanha 1976

    ~Saccolabium flavum Hook.f. 1890; - See Sarcoglyphis flava (Hook.f.) Garay 1972

    ~Saccolabium flexuosum (Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1864 - See Staurochilus ramosus (Lindl.) Seidenf. 1988

    ~*Saccolabium formosanum Hayata 1911 - See Gastrochilus formosanus (Hayata) Hayata 1915

    ~*Saccolabium fragrans Parish & Rchb. f. 1874 - See Schoenorchis fragrans (Parish & Rchb. f.) Seidenf. & Smitin. 1963

    ~Saccolabium fuerstenbergianum Schltr. 1912 - See Robiquetia pachyphylla (Rchb.f.) Garay 1972

    ~*Saccolabium fuscopunctatum Hayata 1912 - See Gastrochilus fuscopunctatus (Hayata) Hayata 1917

    ~*Saccolabium galbinum J.J.Sm. 1918 - See Porrorhachis galbina (J.J.Sm.) Garay 1972

    ~Saccolabium galeatum Gardner ex Thwaites 1861 - See Pomatocalpa maculosum (Lindl.) J.J.Sm.1912

    ~Saccolabium galeatum Gardner ex Hook.f. 1890 - See Pomatocalpa maculosum (Lindl.) J.J.Sm.1912

    ~Saccolabium garwalicum Lindl. 1859 - See Rhynchostylis retusa [L.]Blume 1825

    ~*Saccolabium gemmatum Lindl. 1838 - See Schoenorchis gemmata (Lindl.) J.J. Sm. 1912

    ~*Saccolabium glomeratum Rolfe 1913 - See Malleola glomerata (Rolfe) P.F.Hunt 1970

    ~*Saccolabium gracilistipes Schltr. 1905 - See Robiquetia gracilistipes (Schltr.) J.J. Sm. 1912

    ~Saccolabium graeffei Rchb.f. 1881 - See Robiquetia bertholdii (Rchb.f.) Schltr.1913

    ~*Saccolabium giganteum Lindley 1828 - See Rhynchostylis gigantea [Lindley] Ridley 1896

    ~*Saccolabium griffithii Parish ex Rchb. f. 1874 - See Microsaccus griffithii (Parish ex Rchb. f.) Seidenf. 1988

    ~Saccolabium gurwalicum Lindley 1859 - See Rhynchostylis retusa [L.]Blume 1825

    ~Saccolabium guttatum [L.]Lemaire 1828 - See Rhynchostylis retusa [L.]Blume 1825

    Saccolabium hainanense Rolfe 1894 - See Schoenorchis gemmata (Lindl.) J.J. Sm. 1912

    ~Saccolabium halophilus (Ridl.) Ridl.1907 - See Cleisostoma halophilum (Ridl.) Garay 1972

    ~Saccolabium hariotianum (Kraenzl.) Finet 1907 - See Microterangis hariotiana (Kraenzl.) Senghas 1985

    ~Saccolabium heathi Hort. 1885 - See Rhynchostylis retusa [L.]Blume 1825

    ~*Saccolabium helferi Hook.f. 1890 - See Smitinandia helferi ( Hook.f. ) Garay 1972

    ~*Saccolabium hendersonianum Rchb.f. 1875 - See Dyakia hendersoniana [Rchb.f] E.A.Christensen 1986

    ~Saccolabium hendersonii Carr 1929 - See Malleola penangiana (Hook.f.) J.J.Sm. & Schltr. 1913

    ~*Saccolabium hillii Fv.M. 1889 - See Peristeranthus hillii [FvM.]T.E.Hunt 1954

    ~*Saccolabium himalaicum Deb, Sengupta & Malick 1968 - See Ascocentrum himalaicum (Deb, Sengupta & Malick) Christenson 1987

    ~Saccolabium hobsoni Ridl. 1910 - See Pomatocalpa spicata Breda 1827

    ~Saccolabium hortense Ridl. 1870 - See Pomatocalpa diffusum Breda 1830

    ~Saccolabium hoyopse Rolfe ex Downie 1925 - See Gastrochilus pseudodistichus (King & Pantl.) Schltr. 1913

    ~Saccolabium humile Ridl. 1911 - See Smitinandia helferi ( Hook.f. ) Garay 1972

    ~Saccolabium huttonii Hook.f. 1867 - See Aerides thibautiana Rchb.f. 1866

    ~ *Saccolabium inconspicuum Hook.f. 1890 - See Gastrochilus inconspicuus (Hook.f.) Kuntze 1891

    ~*Saccolabium insectiferum J.J.Sm. 1905 - See Malleola insectifera (J.J.Sm.) J.J.Sm. & Schltr. 1913

    ~*Saccolabium intermedium Griff. ex Lindl. 1859 - See Gastrochilus intermedius (Griff. ex Lindl.) Kuntze 1891

    ~Saccolabium ionosmum Ridl. 1907; - See Cleisostoma odoratum Garay 1972

    ~*Saccolabium japonicum Makino 1891 - See Gastrochilus japonicus (Makino) Schltr 1913

    ~Saccolabium javanicum (Teijsm. & Binn.) J.J.Sm 1903 - See Hymenorchis javanica (Teijsm. & Binn.) Schltr. 1913

    ~Saccolabium juncifolium (Reinw.) J.J. Sm. 1905 - See Schoenorchis juncifolia Reinw. ex Blume 1825

    ~Saccolabium kajewskii Ames 1932 - See Robiquetia bertholdii (Rchb.f.) Schltr.1913

    ~Saccolabium kerstingianum Kraenzl. 1905 - See Robiquetia mooreana (Rolfe) J.J. Sm. 1912

    ~Saccolabium kinabaluense Rolfe 1914 - See Malleola witteana (Rchb. f.) J.J. Sm. & Schltr. ex Schltr 1913

    ~*Saccolabium klossii Ridl. 1921 - See Cleisocentron klossii (Ridl.) Garay 1972

    ~*Saccolabium koeteiense Schltr. 1907 - See Cleisostoma koeteiense (Schltr.) Garay 1972

    ~Saccolabium koordersii (Rolfe) Schltr. 1911 - See Pomatocalpa marsupiale (Kraenzl.) J.J.Sm. 1913

    ~Saccolabium kotoense (Yamam.) Yamam. 1926 - See Tuberolabium kotoense Yamam. 1924

    ~Saccolabium kunstleri [King & Pantl.] Ridley 1907 - See Cleisostoma arietinum (Rchb. f.) Garay 1972

    ~Saccolabium lanatum (Lindl.) Hook.f. 1890 - See Cleisomeria lanatum Lindl. ex G. Don 1855

    ~*Saccolabium lancifolium King & Pantl. 1896 - See Uncifera lancifolia (King & Pantl.) Schltr. 1914

    ~Saccolabium latifolium (Lindl.) Schltr. 1905 - See Pomatocalpa diffusum Breda 1830

    ~Saccolabium laxum Ridl. 1908 - See Cleisostoma inflatum (Rolfe) Garay 1972

    ~*Saccolabium leucanthum Schltr. 1905 - See Pomatocalpa leucanthum (Schltr.) Schltr. 1913

    ~Saccolabium lineolatum Thwaites 1861 - See Acampe ochracea (Lindl.) Hochr. 1910

    ~Saccolabium loaderianum Rupp 1952 - See Plectorrhiza brevilabris (F.Muell.) Dockrill 1967

    ~Saccolabium loheri Ames 1915 - See Tuberolabium sarcochiloides (Schltr.) Garay 1972

    ~Saccolabium longicalcaratum Rolfe 1894 - See Appendicula undulata Blume, Bijdr.: 301 (1825

    ~Saccolabium longifolium (Lindl.) Hook.f. 1890 - See Acampe rigida (Buch.-Ham. ex Sm.) P.F.Hunt 1970

    ~*Saccolabium luisifolium Ridl. 1896 - See Rhynchogyna luisifolia (Ridl.) Seidenf. & Garay 1973

    ~Saccolabium luisioides Gagnep. 1950 - See Cleisostoma filiforme (Lindley) Garay 1972

    ~Saccolabium machadonis Ridl. 1870 - See Cleisostoma teretifolium Teijsm. & Binn. 1864

    ~*Saccolabium macphersonii F.Muell. 1870 - See Pomatocalpa macphersonii (F. Muell.) P.F. Hunt 1958

    ~*Saccolabium macrantherum Ridl. 1926 - See Malleola macranthera (Ridl.) Holttum 1947

    ~Saccolabium macrostachyum Lindl. 1841 - See Rhynchostylis retusa [L.]Blume 1825

    ~Saccolabium maculatum (Dalzell) Hook.f. 1890 - See Smithsonia maculata (Dalzell) C.J.Saldanha 1974

    ~Saccolabium maculosum (Lindl.) Alston 1931 - See Pomatocalpa maculosum (Lindl.) J.J.Sm.1912

    ~Saccolabium matsuran Makino 1892 - See Gastrochilus matsuran (Makino) Schltr. 1919

    ~*Saccolabium micranthum Lindl. 1828 - See Smitinandia micrantha (Lindl.) Holttum 1969

    ~Saccolabium micranthum (Blume) J.J.Sm. 1905 - See Omoea micrantha Blume 1825

    ~Saccolabium microphyton Frapp. ex Cordem. 1895 - See Angraecum tenellum (Ridl.) Schltr. 1915

    ~Saccolabium miniatum Hooker not Lindley 1862 - See Ascocentrum curvifolium [Lindley] Schlechter 1913

    ~*Saccolabium miniatum Lindley 1847 - See Ascocentrum miniatum [Lindley] Schlechter 1913

    ~*Saccolabium minimiflorum Hook. f. 1890 - See Abdominea minimiflora (Hook. f.) J.J. Sm. 1917

    ~*Saccolabium mimus Rchb. f. 1878 - See Robiquetia bertholdii (Rchb.f.) Schltr.1913

    ~*Saccolabium minahassae Schltr. 1911 - See Robiquetia minahassae (Schltr.) J.J.Sm. 1912

    ~*Saccolabium minutiflorum Ridl.1909 - See Schoenorchis minutiflora (Ridl.) J.J.Sm. 1912

    ~Saccolabium miserum Ridl. 1896 - See Trichoglottis bipunctata (C.S.P.Parish & Rchb.f.) Tang & F.T.Wang 1951

    ~Saccolabium mombasense (Rendle) Rolfe 1897 - See Acampe pachyglossa Rchb. f. 1881

    ~Saccolabium monticolum Rolfe ex Downie 1925 - See Gastrochilus yunnanensis Schltr. 1919

    ~*Saccolabium mooreanum Rolfe 1893 - See Robiquetia mooreana (Rolfe) J.J. Sm. 1912

    ~Saccolabium muticum (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1911 - See Cleisostoma muticum (Rchb.f.) Garay 1972

    ~*Saccolabium myosurus Ridl. 1870 - See Ascochilopsis myosurus (Ridl.) Carr 1929

    ~Saccolabium nebulosum (Fukuy.) S.Y. Hu 1973 - See Gastrochilus formosanus (Hayata) Hayata 1915

    ~Saccolabium nilagiricum Hook.f. 1890 - See Gastrochilus acaulis (Lindl.) Kuntze 1891

    ~Saccolabium oberonioides Guillaumin 1963 - See Grosourdya appendiculata (Blume) Rchb.f. 1868

    ~*Saccolabium obliquum Lindl. 1833 - See Gastrochilus obliquus (Lindl.) Kuntze 1891

    ~Saccolabium obtusifolium (Lindl.) Hook.f. 1890 - See Uncifera obtusifolia Lindl. 1859

    ~*Saccolabium ochraceum Lindl. 1842 - See Acampe ochracea (Lindl.) Hochr. 1910

    ~*Saccolabium odoratissimum J.J. Sm 1905 - See Tuberolabium odoratissimum (J.J. Sm.) Garay 1972

    ~Saccolabium odoratum (Kudô) Makino & Nemoto 1931 - See Haraella retrocalla (Hayata) Kudô 1930

    ~Saccolabium oeonioides Kraenzl.1899 - See Solenangis clavata (Rolfe) Schltr. 1918

    ~Saccolabium orbiculare (Rupp) Rupp 1941 - See Saccolabiopsis armitii (F. Muell.) Dockr. 1967

    ~Saccolabium pachyglossum (Rchb.f.) Rolfe 1897 - See Acampe pachyglossa Rchb. f. 1881

    ~*Saccolabium pallens Cathcart ex Lindl. 1859 - See Cleisocentron pallens (Cathcart ex Lindl.) N.Pearce & P.J.Cribb 2001

    ~Saccolabium paniculatum Wight 1851 - See Aerides ringens (Lindl.) C.E.C.Fisch. 1928

    ~*Saccolabium pantherinum Kraenzl. 1921 - See Robiquetia pantherina (Kraenzl.) Ames 1923

    ~Saccolabium pantlingii Ridl. 1907 - See Trichoglottis cirrhifera Teijsm. & Binn. 1853

    ~*Saccolabium papillosum Lindl. 1833 - See Acampe papillosa (Lindley) Lindl. 1853

    ~Saccolabium papillosum Dalzell & Gibson 1861 - See Acampe papillosa (Lindley) Lindl. 1853

    ~Saccolabium papuanum Schltr. 1913 - See Tuberolabium papuanum (Schltr.) J.J.Wood ex B.A.Lewis & P.J.Cribb 1989

    ~Saccolabium parviflorum (Thouars) Cordem. 1895 - See Angraecopsis parviflora (Thouars) Schltr. 1914

    ~Saccolabium parvulum Lindl. 1859 - See Robiquetia succisa (Lindl.) Seidenf. & Garay 1972

    ~ *Saccolabium patinatum Ridl. 1870 - See Gastrochilus patinatus (Ridl.) Schltr. 1913

    ~*Saccolabium penangianum Hook.f. 1890 - See Malleola penangiana (Hook.f.) J.J.Sm. & Schltr. 1913

    ~Saccolabium peninsulare (Dalzell) Alston 1931 - See Cleisostoma tenuifolium (L.) Garay 1972

    ~Saccolabium pensile (Ridl.) Ridl. 1907 - See Sarcoglyphis pensilis (Ridl.) Seidenf. 1973

    ~Saccolabium peperomioides Kraenzl 1901 - See Trichoglottis cirrhifera Teijsm. & Binn. 1853

    ~Saccolabium perpusillum Hook. f. 1890 - See Schoenorchis micrantha Reinw. 1823

    ~Saccolabium pilosulum (Gagnep.) Tang & F.T.Wang 1951 - See Cleisomeria pilosulum (Gagnep.) Seidenf. & Garay 1972

    ~*Saccolabium platycalcaratum Rolfe 1909 - See Gastrochilus platycalcaratus (Rolfe) Schltr. 1914

    ~Saccolabium plebejum J.J.Sm. 1912 - See Schoenorchis micrantha Reinw. 1823

    ~*Saccolabium porphyrodesme Schltr. 1905 - See Porphyrodesme papuana Schltr.1913

    ~Saccolabium praemorsum [Willd.] Lindley 1833 - See Rhynchostylis praemorsa [Wilde] Blume 1825

    ~*Saccolabium pseudodistichum King & Pantl. 1895 - See Gastrochilus pseudodistichus (King & Pantl.) Schltr. 1913

    ~Saccolabium pubescens Ridl. 1896 - See Pomatocalpa kunstleri (Hook. f.) J.J. Sm. 1912

    ~Saccolabium pulchellum (Wight) C.E.C.Fisch. 1928 - See Gastrochilus acaulis (Lindl.) Kuntze 1891

    ~Saccolabium pumilio Rchb.f. 1864 - See Saccolabiopsis pusilla (Lindl.) Seidenf. & Garay 1972

    ~*Saccolabium pumilum Hayata 1906 - See Ascocentrum pumilum (Hayata) Schltr. 1919

    ~Saccolabium purpureum J.J. Sm. 1900 - See Ascoglossum calopterum (Rchb. f.) Schltr. 1913

  1. Saccolabium pusillum Blume 1825

    Part shadeWarm CoolFall

    ~Saccolabium pusillum (Lindl.) Lindl. 1859 - See Saccolabiopsis pusilla (Lindl.) Seidenf. & Garay 1972

    ~*Saccolabium quasipinifolium Hayata 1912 - See Holcoglossum quasipinifolium (Hayata) Schltr. 1919

    ~Saccolabium quercetorum (Fukuy.) S.S. Ying 1974 - See Gastrochilus formosanus (Hayata) Hayata 1915

    ~Saccolabium quercetorum (Fukuy.) S.Y. Hu 1975 - See Gastrochilus formosanus (Hayata) Hayata 1915

    ~Saccolabium quisumbingii L. O. Williams 1938 - See Tuberolabium quisumbingii (L.O. Williams) Christenson 1992

    Part sunWarm to Hot

    ~*Saccolabium racemiferum Lindl. 1833 - See Cleisostoma racemiferum (Lindl.) Garay 1972

    ~Saccolabium radicosum A.Rich. 1850 - See Microcoelia globulosa (Hochst. ex A. Rich.) L. Jonsson 1981

    *Saccolabium ramosum Lindl. 1833 - See Staurochilus ramosus (Lindl.) Seidenf. 1988

    ~Saccolabium ramulosum Lindl. 1859 - See Schoenorchis paniculata Blume 1825

  2. Saccolabium rantii J.J.Sm. 1913

    Full shadeWarm CoolLATE Summer and EARLYFall

    ~Saccolabium raraense (Fukuy.) S.Y.Hu 1973 - See Gastrochilus raraensis Fukuy. 1934

    ~Saccolabium reflexum Lindl. 1833 - See Renanthera elongata (Blume) Lindl. 1833

    ~*Saccolabium retrocallum Hayata 1914 - See Haraella retrocalla (Hayata) Kudô 1930

    ~Saccolabium retusum Voigt 1845 - See Rhynchostylis retusa [L.]Blume 1825

    ~Saccolabium rheedii Wight 1852 - See Rhynchostylis retusa [L.]Blume 1825

    ~Saccolabium rhopalorhachis (Rchb. f.) Ridl. 1857 - See Tuberolabium rhopalorrhachis (Rchb. f.) J.J. Wood 1990

    ~*Saccolabium ringens Lindl. 1833 - See Aerides ringens (Lindl.) C.E.C.Fisch. 1928

    ~*Saccolabium roseum Lindl. 1833 - See Robiquetia rosea (Lindl.) Garay, 1972

    Saccolabium roseum [Wight] Lindl. 1859 - See Seidenfadeniella rosea (Wight) C.S.Kumar 1994

    ~Saccolabium rostellatum Hkr.f 1890 - See Cleisostoma discolor Lindl. 1845

    ~*Saccolabium rubescens Rolfe 1906 - See Ascocentrum rubescens (Rolfe) P.F.Hunt 1970

    ~Saccolabium rubrum Lindley 1828 - See Ascocentrum curvifolium [Lindley] Schlechter 1913

    ~Saccolabium rubrum Wight 1851 - See Aerides ringens (Lindl.) C.E.C.Fisch. 1928

    ~Saccolabium rupestre (Fukuy.) S.Y. Hu 1975 - See Gastrochilus matsuran (Makino) Schltr. 1919

    ~Saccolabium sacculatum (Ridl.) Ridl. 1907 - See Cleisostoma williamsonii (Rchb.f.) Garay 1972

    ~Saccolabium sanderianum Kraenzl. 1894 - See Robiquetia mooreana (Rolfe) J.J. Sm. 1912

    ~*Saccolabium sarcochiloides Schltr. 1911 - See Tuberolabium sarcochiloides (Schltr.) Garay 1972

    ~Saccolabium saxicolum Ridl. 1893 - See Micropera pallida [Roxb]Lindley 1833

    ~Saccolabium sayerianum F. Muell. & Kraenzl. 1894 - See Robiquetia mooreana (Rolfe) J.J. Sm. 1912

    ~Saccolabium schleinitzianum Kraenzl. 1886 - See Ascoglossum calopterum (Rchb. f.) Schltr. 1913

    ~Saccolabium scortechinii (Hook.f.) Ridl. 1907 - See Cleisostoma scortechinii (Hook.f.) Garay 1972

    ~*Saccolabium secundiflorum Ridl. 1898 - See Schoenorchis secundiflora (Ridl.) J.J.Sm. 1912

    ~Saccolabium secundum [Griff.] Ridley 1907 - See Cleisostoma subulatum Bl. 1825

    ~Saccolabium semiclausum Kraenzl. 1916 - See Aerides leeana Rchb.f. 1881

    ~Saccolabium setulense Ridl. 1911 - See Pomatocalpa setulense (Ridl.) Holttum 1947

    ~Saccolabium shaoyaoii S.S. Ying 1977 - See Gastrochilus formosanus (Hayata) Hayata 1915

  3. Saccolabium sigmoideum J.J.Sm. 1914

    Full shadeWarm Cool Summer LATEFallEARLYWinter

    ~Saccolabium simondii Gagnep. 1951 - See Cleisostoma recurvum (Hook.) ined

    ~Sarcochilus societatis J.W.Moore 1933 - See Tuberolabium papuanum (Schltr.) J.J.Wood ex B.A.Lewis & P.J.Cribb 1989

    ~*Saccolabium somai Hayata 1914 - See Gastrochilus somai (Hayata) Hayata 1915

    ~Saccolabium spatulatum Rolfe ex Downie 1925 - See Schoenorchis gemmata (Lindl.) J.J. Sm. 1912

    ~Saccolabium sphaeroceras Schltr. 1905 - See Pomatocalpa marsupiale (Kraenzl.) J.J.Sm. 1913

    ~Saccolabium spicatum (D.Don) Lindl. 1833 - See Rhynchostylis retusa [L.]Blume 1825

    ~Saccolabium squamatum Frapp. ex Cordem. 1895 - See Angraecum bracteosum Balf.f. & S.Moore 1876

    ~Saccolabium squamulosum J.J.Sm. 1908 - See Robiquetia gracilistipes (Schltr.) J.J. Sm. 1912

    ~*Saccolabium sterrophyllum Schltr. 1911 - See Micropera sterrophylla (Schltr.) Garay 1972

    ~Saccolabium striatum (Thouars) Lindl. 1833 - See Angraecum striatum Thouars 1822

    ~*Saccolabium strongyloides Ridl. 1908 - See Cleisostoma strongyloides (Ridl.) Garay 1972

    ~ Saccolabium subluteum Rupp 1953 - See Tuberolabium papuanum (Schltr.) J.J.Wood ex B.A.Lewis & P.J.Cribb 1989

    ~*Saccolabium suffusum Ridl. 1905 - See Cleisostoma suffusum (Ridl.) Garay 1972

    ~*Saccolabium sylvestre Ridl. 1911 - See Malleola sylvestris (Ridl.) Garay 1972

    ~Saccolabium tenerum (Lindl.) Lindl. 1859 - See Trichoglottis tenera (Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1872

    ~*Saccolabium tenuicaule Hook.f. 1890 - See Ventricularia tenuicaulis (Hook.f.) Garay 1972

    ~Saccolabium tenuifolium (L.) Alston 1929 - See Cleisostoma tenuifolium (L.) Garay 1972

    ~Saccolabium tierneyanum Rupp 1942 - See Robiquetia gracilistipes (Schltr.) J.J. Sm. 1912

    ~*Saccolabium tixieri Guillaumin 1958 - See Schoenorchis tixieri (Guillaumin) Seidenf. 1975

    ~Saccolabium trichromum Rchb.f. 1859 - See Cleisocentron pallens (Cathcart ex Lindl.) N.Pearce & P.J.Cribb 2001

    ~Saccolabium tridentatum Guillaumin 1964 - See Trichoglottis lanceolaria Blume 1825

    ~*Saccolabium triflorum Guillaumin 1856 - See Trichoglottis triflora (Guillaumin) Garay & Seidenf. 1972

    ~*Saccolabium undulatum Lindl. 1833 - See Pomatocalpa undulatum (Lindl.) J.J.Sm. 1912

    ~Saccolabium undulatum Ridl. 1900 - See Malleola sylvestris (Ridl.) Garay 1972

    ~Saccolabium uteriferum Ridl. 1907 - See Pomatocalpa spicata Breda 1827

    ~Saccolabium validum Ridl. 1907 - See Cleisostoma suffusum (Ridl.) Garay 1972

    ~Saccolabium violaceum Rchb.f. 1854 - See Rhynchostylis retusa [L.]Blume 1825

    ~Saccolabium virescens Gardner ex Lindl. 1859 - See Robiquetia virescens Ormerod & S.S.Fernando 2008

    ~Saccolabium virgatum T.E.Hunt 1955 - See Papillilabium beckleri (F. Muell. ex Benth.) Dockr. 1967

    ~Saccolabium viridiflorum (Dalzell) Lindl. 1859; - See Smithsonia viridiflora (Dalzell) C.J.Saldanha 1974

    ~Saccolabium walkerianum (Wight) Rchb.f. 1864 - See Robiquetia rosea (Lindl.) Garay, 1972

    ~Saccolabium wendlandianum (Rchb. f.) Kraenzl. 1894 - See Pomatocalpa wendlandorum [Rchb.f]J.J.Sm. 1912

    ~Saccolabium wendlandorum Rchb. f. 1893 - See Pomatocalpa wendlandorum [Rchb.f]J.J.Sm. 1912

    ~Saccolabium wightianum Lindl. 1833 - See Aerides ringens (Lindl.) C.E.C.Fisch. 1928

    ~Saccolabium wightianum (Lindl. ex Wight) Hook.f. 1890 - See Acampe papillosa (Lindley) Lindl. 1853

    ~*Saccolabium witteanum Rchb. f. 1883 - See Malleola witteana (Rchb. f.) J.J. Sm. & Schltr. ex Schltr 1913

    ~*Saccolabium witteanum var. ligulatum J.J. Sm. 1905 - See Malleola ligulata (J.J. Sm.) J.J. Sm. 1914

    ~Saccolabium yunpeense (Schltr.) T. Tang & F.T. Wang 1951 - See Holcoglossum flavescens (Schltr.) Z.H. Tsi 1982

    ~Saccolabium wendlandianum (Rchb.f.) Kraenzl. 1893 - See Pomatocalpa wendlandorum [Rchb.f]J.J.Sm. 1912

    ~Saccolabium yunnanense (Schltr.) S.Y. Hu 1973 - See Gastrochilus yunnanensis Schltr. 1919

    ~Saccolabium yunnanense (Schltr.) S.Y. Hu 1975 - See Gastrochilus yunnanensis Schltr. 1919

    ~Saccolabium yunpeense Tang & F.T.Wang 1951 - See Holcoglossum flavescens (Schltr.) Z.H. Tsi 1982

~`Sacodon Raf. 1838 - See Cypripedium L. 1753 SUBFAMILY Cypripedioideae

~Sacodon macranthon (Sw.) Raf. 1836 - See *Cypripedium macranthos Sw. 1800

~Sacodon x ventricosum Raf. 1836 - See *Cypripedium macranthos Sw. 1800

Sacoila Raf. 1837 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Cranichideae SUBTRIBE Spiranthinae

There are 7 species in this terrestrial New World genus.

Common Name or Meaning The Hollow Spurred Orchid

Type Species = Sacoila lurida Raf. 1837 = ! = Sacoila lanceolata (Aubl.) Garay 1982

    ~Sacoila apetala (Kraenzl.) Garay 1980 publ. 1982 - See Sacoila lanceolata (Aubl.) Garay 1982

  1. Sacoila argentina (Griseb.) Garay 1980 publ. 1982

    Part shade Cold

  2. Sacoila duseniana (Kraenzl.) Garay 1980 publ. 1982

    Part shade Cool

  3. Sacoila hassleri (Cogn.) Garay 1980 publ. 1982

  4. !Sacoila lanceolata (Aubl.) Garay 1982

    Part shade Cool to Hot Springto Fall

    ~Sacoila lanceolata f. albidaviridis Catling & Sheviak 1993 - See Sacoila lanceolata (Aubl.) Garay 1982

    ~Sacoila lanceolata f. luteoalba (Rchb.f.) Meneguzzo 2010 - See Sacoila lanceolata (Aubl.) Garay 1982

    ~Sacoila lanceolata var. australis (Lindl.) Szlach. 1994 - See Sacoila lanceolata (Aubl.) Garay 1982

    ~Sacoila lanceolata var. luteoalba (Rchb.f.) Sauleda, Wunderlin & B.F.Hansen 1984 - See Sacoila lanceolata (Aubl.) Garay 1982

    ~Sacoila lanceolata var. paludicola (Luer) Sauleda, Wunderlin & B.F.Hansen 1984 - See Sacoila lanceolata (Aubl.) Garay 1982

    ~Sacoila lanceolata var. pedicellata (Cogn.) Szlach. 1994 - See Sacoila lanceolata (Aubl.) Garay 1982

    ~Sacoila lanceolata var. secundiflora (Lillo & Hauman) Szlach. 1994 - See Sacoila lanceolata (Aubl.) Garay 1982

    ~Sacoila lanceolata var. squamulosa (Kunth) Szlach. 1994 - See Sacoila squamulosa (Kunth) Garay 1980 publ. 1982

    ~Sacoila lurida Raf. 1836 - See Sacoila lanceolata (Aubl.) Garay 1982

    ~Sacoila paludicola (Luer) P.M.Br. 2008 - See Sacoila lanceolata (Aubl.) Garay 1982

    ~Sacoila riograndensis (Kraenzl.) Garay 1980 publ. 1982 - See Sacoila lanceolata (Aubl.) Garay 1982

    ~Sacoila secundiflora (Lillo & Hauman) Garay 1980 publ. 1982 - See Sacoila lanceolata (Aubl.) Garay 1982

  5. Sacoila squamulosa (Kunth) Garay 1980 publ. 1982

    Part shade Cool

~Sadokum Tiu & Cootes 2007 - See Grammatophyllum Blume 1825 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae, SUBTRIBE Cymbidiinae

~Sadokum stapeliiflorum D. Tiu & Cootes 2007 - See Grammatophyllum stapeliiflorum J.J.Sm. 1905

~ `Salacistis Rchb.f 1856 - See Goodyera R. Br. 1813 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Cranichideae SUBTRIBE Goodyerinae

~*Salacistis novembrilis Rchb.f.1857 - See Goodyera novembrilis (Rchb.f.) Ormerod 1996

~Salacistis ochroleuca (F.M.Bailey) M.A.Clem. & D.L.Jones 2004 - See Goodyera rubicunda (Blume) Lindl. 1839

Salpistele Dressler 1979 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Pleurothallidinae.

There are 7 species in this miniature sized epiphytic genus with the 4 Central American plants similar to species within Pleurothallis subgenus Specklinia section muscariae and the 2 Andean plants similar to plants within Brachionidium. Florally the genus resembles Lepanthes with the lateral sespals connate into a synsepal in the Central American species and the lateral sepals free above the middle in the Andean species and for that reason there are 2 subgenera, with the Andean species within the subgenus Andinia and the Central American ones in subgenus salpistele.

Common Name or Meaning The Trumpet Orchid [refers tothe column's shape]

Synonyms

Type Species = ! = Salpistele brunnea Dressler 1979

  1. Salpistele adrianae Luer & Sijm 2009

    SUBGENUS Salpistele

    Full ShadeWarm Cool Fall

  2. !Salpistele brunnea Dressler 1979

    SUBGENUS Salpistele

    Part ShadeWarm summer THROUGH Spring

  3. Salpistele dielsii (Mansf.) Luer 1986

    SUBGENUS Andinia

    Full ShadeCold Spring

  4. Salpistele dressleri Luer 1991

    SUBGENUS Salpistele

    Full ShadeWarm Cool Spring

  5. Salpistele lutea Dressler 1979

    SUBGENUS Salpistele

    Full ShadeWarm Summer

  6. Salpistele parvula Luer & Dressler 1991

    SUBGENUS Salpistele

    Full ShadeWarm Winter

  7. Salpistele pensilis (Schltr.) Luer 1986

    Full shadeWarm CoolFallSpring

Sanderella Kuntze 1891 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae

There are 2 species in this genus occurring in Brazil, Bolivia and Argentina. The genus is characterized by the tiny plants, pseudobulbs with a single internode and carrying a single, flat, apical leaf without foliaceous sheaths at the base. The inflorescence arises from the leaf axils and has flowers with a gibbose base at the connate lateral sepals, a lipwith a single spur inserted into the sepaline gibbosity, The dorsal sepal and petals are free but erect to surround the lip and column which has a foot and also has 2, hard pollina attached to a stipe connected to the viscidium.

Common Name or Meaning Sander's Orchid [English Nurseyman 1800's]

Synonyms Parlatorea Barb.Rodr. 1877

Type Species = ! = Sanderella discolor (Barb.Rodr.) Cogn. 1905

  1. !Sanderella discolor (Barb.Rodr.) Cogn. 1905

    ~Sanderella leopoldinensis Dutra 1959 - See Sanderella riograndensis Dutra 1959

  2. Sanderella riograndensis Dutra 1959

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Sarcanthopsis Garay 1972 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aeridinae

A genus of around seven species found throughout New Guinea and the Pacific islands to Fiji. Medium sized to very large epiphytic of lithophytic plants with elongate, stout, leafy stems. The lateral inflorescence may be few to many flowered. Flowers are small to medium sized and fleshy. Well known from the PNG lowlands is Sarcanthopsis nagarensis (Reichb. f.) Garay (syn. Vandopsis warocqueana (Rolfe) Schltr.). This species is lithophytic and can grow to heights in excess of 4 m. The scented flowers are pale yellow, the sepals and petals spotted brown inside and solid brown outside. These plants can be found growing mostly on rocks in full exposure to the sun in the tropical lowlands up to an altitude of 800 m above sea level

Common Name or Meaning refering to the similarities to the genus Sarcanthus

Type Species = ! = Sarcanthus nagarensis Reichb. f. 1972 = Sarcanthopsis nagarensis (Rchb. f.) Garay 1972

    ~Sarcanthopsis curvata (J.J.Sm.) Garay 1972 - See Sarcanthopsis nagarensis (Rchb. f.) Garay 1972

  1. !Sarcanthopsis nagarensis (Rchb. f.) Garay 1972

    Fragrance Part sun Hot Summer and Fall

    ~Sarcanthopsis pantherina (J.J.Sm.) Garay 1972 - See Sarcanthopsis nagarensis (Rchb. f.) Garay 1972

    ~Sarcanthopsis praealta (Rchb.f.) Garay 1972 - See Sarcanthopsis nagarensis (Rchb. f.) Garay 1972

  2. Sarcanthopsis warocqueana (Rolfe) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus Lindley 1824 - See Cleisostoma Blume 1825 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aeridinae

~Sarcanthus amabilis (Teijsm. & Binn.) J.J.Sm. 1912 - See Cleisostoma subulatum Blume 1825

~Sarcanthus angkorensis Guillaum. 1930 - See Cleisostoma discolor Lindl. 1845

~Sarcanthus apiculatus (Rchb.f.) J.J.Sm. 1905 - See Micropera pallida [Roxb]Lindley 1833

~ Sarcanthus appendiculatus (Lindl.) Hook.f. 1890 - See Cleisostoma appendiculatum (Lindl.) Benth. & Hook.f. ex B.D.Jacks.1893

~Sarcanthus appendiculatus Auct [non [Lindl.] Benth & Hkr f. 1898] - See Cleisostoma simondii (Gagnep.) Seidenf. 1975

~Sarcanthus arietinus Rchb.f. 1869 - See Cleisostoma arietinum (Rchb. f.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus armiger (King & Pantl.) J.J.Sm. 1912 - See Pomatocalpa armigerum (King & Pantl.) Tang & F.T.Wang 1951

~Sarcanthus aspersus Rchb.f 1865 - See Cleisostoma aspersum (Rchb.f.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus auriculatus Rolfe 1895 - See Cleisostoma discolor Lindl. 1845

~Sarcanthus beckleri (F. Muell. ex Benth.) Rupp 1941 - See Papillilabium beckleri (F. Muell. ex Benth.) Dockrill 1967

~Sarcanthus belophorus Rchb.f. 1883 - See Cleisostoma sagittiforme Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus bicornis J.J.Sm. 1908 - See Cleisostoma firmulum Rchb.f. 1886

~Sarcanthus bicuspidatus (Hook. f.) J.J. Sm. 1912 - See Cleisostoma aspersum (Rchb.f.) Garay 1972

~*Sarcanthus bicuspidatus Rolfe ex Downie 1925 - See Pelatantheria bicuspidata (Rolfe ex Downie) T. Tang & F.T. Wang 1951

~Sarcanthus bifidus (Lindl.) Ames 1915 - See Megalotus bifidus (Lindl.) Garay 1972

~*Sarcanthus bilamellatus J.J.Sm. 1907 - See Cleisostoma bilamellatum (J.J.Sm.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus birmanicus (Schltr.) Seidenf. & Smitinand 1965 - See Cleisostoma birmanicum (Schltr.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus brevipes (Hook.f.) J.J.Sm. 1912 - See Cleisostoma striatum (Rchb.f.) N.E.Br. 1882

~*Sarcanthus buruensis J.J.Sm. 1928 - See Cleisostoma buruense (J.J.Sm.) Garay 1972

~*Sarcanthus callosilobus J.J.Sm.1928 - See Cleisostoma callosilobum (J.J.Sm.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus callosus (Blume) Rchb.f. 1857 - See Micropera callosa (Blume) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus capricornis (Ridl.) Holttum 1947 - See Cleisostoma capricorne [Ridley]Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus carinatus Rolfe ex Downie 1925 - See Cleisostoma duplicilobum (J.J. Sm.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus castaneus Ridl. 1896 - See Robiquetia spathulata (Blume) J.J. Sm. 1912

~Sarcanthus cerinus (Hance) Rolfe 1903 - See Cleisostoma paniculatum (Ker Gawl.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus chrysomelas Rchb. f. 1869 - See Cleisostoma racemiferum (Lindl.) Garay 1972

~*Sarcanthus complicatus Seidenf 1970 - See Cleisostoma complicatum (Seidenf.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus crassifolius (Lindl. & Paxton) J.J.Sm. 1912 - See Sarcophyton crassifolium (Lindl. & Paxton) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus crassifolius Rolfe ex Downie 1925 - See Stereochilus dalatensis (Guillaumin) Garay 1972

~*Sarcanthus crochetii Guillaumin 1956 - See Cleisostoma crochetii (Guillaumin) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus cumingii (Rchb.f.) J.J.Sm. 1912 - See Pomatocalpa diffusum Breda 1830

~*Sarcanthus dalatensis Guillaumin 1955 - See Stereochilus dalatensis (Guillaumin) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus dealbatus (Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1864 - See Cleisostoma subulatum Blume 1825

~Sarcanthus decurvicalcar J.J.Sm. 1929 - See Cleisostoma firmulum Rchb.f. 1886

~Sarcanthus demangei Guillaumin 1930 - See Cleisostoma williamsonii (Rchb.f.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus densiflorus (Lindl.) C.S.P.Parish & Rchb.f. 1874 - See Robiquetia spathulata (Blume) J.J. Sm. 1912

~Sarcanthus discolor [Lindl.] J.J.Sm. 1912 - See Cleisostoma discolor Lindl. 1845

~*Sarcanthus duplicilobus J.J. Sm. 1907 - See Cleisostoma duplicilobum (J.J. Sm.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus eberhardtii (Finet) Tang & F.T.Wang 1951 - See Cleisostomopsis eberhardtii (Finet) Seidenf. 1992

~Sarcanthus elongatus Rolfe 1903 - See Cleisostoma williamsonii (Rchb.f.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus erectus (Fitzg.) Rupp 1941 - See Plectorrhiza erecta (Fitzg.) Dockrill 1967

~*Sarcanthus erinaceus Rchb. f. 1864 - See Stereochilus erinaccus (Rchb. f.) Garay 1972

~*Sarcanthus fallax Guillaumin 1961 - See Rhynchogyna fallax (Guillaumin) Seidenf. 1992

~*Sarcanthus filiformis Lindley 1842 - See Cleisostoma filiforme [Lindley]Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus fissicors (Ridl.) J.J.Sm. 1912 - See Cleisostoma fissicors (Ridl.) Seidenf. & J.J.Wood 1992

~Sarcanthus flaccidus J.J.Sm. 1918 - See Cleisostoma williamsonii (Rchb.f.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus flavus (Hook.f.) J.J.Sm. 1912 - See Sarcoglyphis flava (Hook.f.) Garay 1972

~*Sarcanthus flexus Rchb.f. 1881 - See Cleisostoma flexum (Rchb.f.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus fordii (Hance) Rolfe 1903 - See Cleisostoma recurvum (Hook.) ined

~Sarcanthus formosanus (Hance) Rolfe 1903 - See Cleisostoma paniculatum (Ker Gawl.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus fuscomaculatus Hayata 1914 - See Cleisostoma paniculatum (Ker Gawl.) Garay 1972

~*Sarcanthus gjellerupii J.J.Sm. 1912 - See Cleisostoma gjellerupii (J.J.Sm.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus geminatus Teijsm. & Binn. 1867 - See Trichoglottis geminata (Teijsm. & Binn.) J.J.Sm. 1905

~Sarcanthus gemmatus Rupp 1941 - See Schistotylus purpuratus (Rupp) Dockrill 1967

~Sarcanthus guttatus Lindl. 1831 - See Rhynchostylis retusa [L.]Blume 1825

~*Sarcanthus halophilum Ridl. 1896 - See Cleisostoma halophilum (Ridl.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus henryi Schltr. 1919 - See Robiquetia succisa (Lindl.) Seidenf. & Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus hincksianus Rchb.f. 1878 - See Cleisostoma appendiculatum (Lindl.) Benth. & Hook.f. ex B.D.Jacks.1893

~Sarcanthus hirtus (Lindl.) T. Tang & F.T. Wang 1951 - See *Stereochilus hirtus Lindl. 1859

~Sarcanthus hirtus (Lindl.) J.J. Sm. 1912 - See *Stereochilus hirtus Lindl. 1859

~Sarcanthus hongkongensis Rolfem1898 - See Cleisostoma williamsonii (Rchb.f.) Garay 1972

~*Sarcanthus inflatus Rolfe 1906 - See Cleisostoma inflatum (Rolfe) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus inflexilobus Holttum 1947 - See Cleisostoma nieuwenhuisii (J.J.Sm.) Garay 1972

~*Sarcanthus insectifer Rchb. f. 1857 - See Pelatantheria insectifera (Rchb. f.) Ridl. 1896

~Sarcanthus ionosmus (Ridl.) Holttum 1947 - See Cleisostoma odoratum Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus javanicus (Blume) J.J.Sm. 1905 - See Cleisostoma javanicum (Blume) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus josephii J.J.Sm. 1913 - See Cleisostoma discolor Lindl. 1845

~Sarcanthus khasiaensis Tang & F.T.Wang 1951 - See Cleisostoma aspersum (Rchb.f.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus koeteiensis (Schltr.) J.J.Sm. 1912 - See Cleisostoma koeteiense (Schltr.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus krempfii Guillaumin 1930 - See Cleisostoma striatum (Rchb.f.) N.E.Br. 1882

~Sarcanthus kunstleri King & Pantl. 1897 - See Cleisostoma arietinum (Rchb. f.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus kuyperi J.J.Sm. 1908 - See Cleisostoma suffusum (Ridl.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus lanatus (Lindl.) Holttum 1947 - See Cleisomeria lanatum Lindl. ex G. Don 1855

~Sarcanthus laosensis Guillaumin 1964 - See Cleisostoma recurvum (Hook.) ined

~*Sarcanthus laxus Rchb.f. 1866 - See Stereochilus laxus (Rchb.f.) Garay 1972

~*Sarcanthus lilacinus J.J.Sm. 1907 - See Sarcoglyphis lilacina (J.J.Sm.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus linearilobatus Seidenf. & Smitinand 1965 - See Cleisostoma linearilobatum (Seidenf. & Smitinand) Garay 1972

~*Sarcanthus litoreus Schltr. 1913 - See Cleisostoma litoreum (Schltr.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus lophochilus Gagnep. 1951 - See Pelatantheria ctenoglossum Ridl. 1896

~Sarcanthus lorifolius Parish ex Hook. f. 1890 - See Cleisostoma racemiferum (Lindl.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus machadonis (Ridl.) J.J.Sm. 1912 - See Cleisostoma teretifolium Teijsm. & Binn. 1864

~Sarcanthus macphersonii (F.Muell.) Rupp 1941 - See Pomatocalpa macphersonii (F. Muell.) P.F. Hunt 1958

~Saracanthus macrodon Rchb. f 1872 - See Cleisostoma discolor Lindl. 1845

~Sarcanthus malleifer J.J.Sm. 1912 - See Cleisostoma sagittatum Blume 1825

~Sarcanthus manlinensis Guillaumin 1956 - See Cleisostoma racemiferum (Lindl.) Garay 1972

~*Sarcanthus merrillianus Ames 1920 - See Cleisocentron merrillianum (Ames) Christenson 1992

~Sarcanthus micranthus Ames 1915 - See - See Cleisostoma uraiense (Hayata) Garay & H.R.Sweet 1974

~*Sarcanthus mirabilis Rchb. f. 1878 - See Sarcoglyphis mirabilis (Rchb. f.) Garay 1972

~*Sarcanthus montanus J.J.Sm. 1907 - See Cleisostoma montanum (J.J.Sm.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus muticus (Rchb.f.) J.J.Sm. 1905 - See Cleisostoma muticum (Rchb.f.) Garay 1972

~*Sarcanthus nagarensis Rchb. f. 1868 - See Sarcanthopsis nagarensis (Rchb. f.) Garay 1972

~*Sarcanthus nieuwenhuisii J.J.Sm. 1906 - See Cleisostoma nieuwenhuisii (J.J.Sm.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus ophioglossa Guillaumin 1930 - See Cleisostoma birmanicum (Schltr.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus ornithorrhynchus Rchb.f. 1856 - See Robiquetia rosea (Lindl.) Garay, 1972

~Sarcanthus oxyphyllus Wall ex Lindl. 1840 - See Cleisostoma subulatum Blume 1825

~*Sarcanthus pachyacris J.J. Sm. 1905 - See Schoenorchis pachyacris (J.J. Sm.) J.J. Sm. 1912

~Sarcanthus pachyphyllus Ames 1915 - See Sarcophyton pachyphyllum (Ames) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus pallidus Lindl. 1840 - See Cleisostoma racemiferum (Lindl.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus paludosus P.Royen 1979 - See Cleisostoma gjellerupii (J.J.Sm.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus paniculatus (Ker Gawl.) Lindl. 1833 - See Cleisostoma paniculatum (Ker Gawl.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus papuanus J.J.Sm. 1910 - See Micropera fasciculata (Lindl.) Garay 1972

~*Sarcanthus parishii Hook.f. 1860 - See Cleisostoma parishii (Hook.f.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus pauciflorus Wight 1851 - See Cleisostoma tenuifolium (L.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus peninsularis Dalzell 1851 - See Cleisostoma tenuifolium (L.) Garay 1972

~*Sarcanthus pensilis Ridl. 1896 - See Sarcoglyphis pensilis (Ridl.) Seidenf. 1973

~Sarcanthus pilifer Guillaumin 1965 - See Cleisostoma striatum (Rchb.f.) N.E.Br. 1882

~Sarcanthus poilanei Guillaumin 1930 - See Micropera poilanei (Guillaumin) Garay 1972

~*Sarcanthus potamophilus Schltr. 1907 - See Sarcoglyphis potamophila (Schltr.) Garay & W.Kittr. 1985 publ. 1986

~Sarcanthus praealtus Rchb.f. 1886 - See Sarcanthopsis nagarensis (Rchb. f.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus praemorsus (Roxb.) Lindl. ex Spreng. 1826 - See Acampe papillosa (Lindley) Lindl. 1853

~*Sarcanthus proboscideus J.J.Sm. 1907 - See Micropera proboscidea (J.J.Sm.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus purpuratus (Rupp) Rupp 1941 - See Schistotylus purpuratus (Rupp) Dockrill 1967

~Sarcanthus quartus (Rchb.f.) J.J.Sm. 1905 - See Cleisostoma javanicum (Blume) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus racemiferum (Lindl.) Rchb. f. 1864 - See Cleisostoma racemiferum (Lindl.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus ramosus (Lindl.) J.J.Sm. 1912 - See Staurochilus ramosus (Lindl.) Seidenf. 1988

~Sarcanthus recurvus Rolfe ex Downe 1925 - See Cleisostoma arietinum (Rchb. f.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus ridleyi J.J.Sm. 1912 - See Cleisostoma inflatum (Rolfe) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus rigidus (Blume) J.J.Sm.1905 - See Trichoglottis rigida Blume 1825

~*Sarcanthus rivesii Guillaumin1930 - See Pelatantheria rivesii (Guillaumin) Tang & F.T.Wang 1951

~Sarcanthus robustus O'Brien 1914 - See Cleisostoma suaveolens Blume 1825

~*Sarcanthus rolfeanus King & Pantl. 1897 - See Cleisostoma rolfeanum (King & Pantl.) Garay 1972

~*Sarcanthus roseus Wight 1851 - See Seidenfadeniella rosea (Wight) C.S.Kumar 1994

~Sarcanthus rostellatus Ridl. 1900 - See Cleisostoma rostellatum (Ridl.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus rostratus Lindl. 1826 - See Cleisostoma recurvum (Hook.) ined

~ Sarcanthus sacculatus Ridl. 1896 - See Cleisostoma williamsonii (Rchb.f.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus sagittatus (Blume) J.J.Sm. 1905 - See Cleisostoma sagittatum Blume 1825

~Sarcanthus sagittatus King & Pantl. 1897 - See Cleisostoma sagittatum Blume 1825

~*Sarcanthus scolopendriifolius Makino 1890 - See Cleisostoma scolopendrifolium (Makino) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus scolopendrifolius Makino ex Schltr. 1919 - See Cleisostoma scolopendrifolium (Makino) Garay 1972

~*Sarcanthus scortechinii Hook.f. 1890 - See Cleisostoma scortechinii (Hook.f.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus secundus Griff. 1851 - See Cleisostoma subulatum Bl. 1825

~Sarcanthus semisptatus King & Pantl. ? - See Cleisostoma arietinum (Rchb. f.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus siamensis Rolfe ex Downe 1925 - See Cleisostoma simondii (Gagnep.) Seidenf. 1975

~Sarcanthus simondianus Gagnep. 1951 - See Cleisostoma recurvum (Hook.) ined

~*Sarcanthus smithianus Kerr 1933 - See Sarcoglyphis smithianus (Kerr) Seidenf. 1992

~*Sarcanthus sororius J.J.Sm. 1917 - See Cleisostoma sororium (J.J.Sm.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus stowellianus Bateman 1867 - See Stereochilus erinaccus (Rchb. f.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus striatus (Rchb.f.) J.J.Sm. 1912 - See Cleisostoma striatum (Rchb.f.) N.E.Br. 1882

~ Sarcanthus strongyloides (Ridl.) J.J.Sm.1912 - See Cleisostoma strongyloides (Ridl.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus suaveolens [Bl.] Rchb. f 1857 - See Cleisostoma suaveolens Blume 1825

~Sarcanthus subulatus [Bl.]Rchb.f. 1857 - See Cleisostoma subulatum Bl. 1825

~*Sarcanthus succisus Lindl. 1826 - See Robiquetia succisa (Lindl.) Seidenf. & Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus suffusus (Ridl.) J.J.Sm. 1912 - See Cleisostoma suffusum (Ridl.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus tenuifolius (L.) Seidenf. 1971 - See Cleisostoma tenuifolium (L.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus teretifolius [Lindl.] Lindl. 1833 - See Cleisostoma simondii (Gagnep.) Seidenf. 1975

~Sarcanthus termissus Rchb.f. 1860 - See Cleisostoma discolor Lindl. 1845

~Sarcanthus teysmannii J.J.Sm. 1912 - See Cleisostoma teretifolium Teijsm. & Binn. 1864

~Sarcanthus thorelii Guillaumin 1930 - See Micropera pallida [Roxb]Lindley 1833

~Sarcanthus tixieri Guillaumin 1964 - See Sarcoglyphis mirabilis [Rchb.f]Garay 1972

~ Sarcanthus tonkinensis Guillaumin 1930 - See Pelatantheria rivesii (Guillaumin) Tang & F.T.Wang 1951

~Sarcanthus tricolor Rchb. f. 1855 - See Micropera pallida Lindley 1833

~Sarcanthus tricornis Seidenfadden 1970 - See Cleisostoma crochetii (Guillaumin) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus tridentatus (Lindl.) Rupp 1941 - See Plectorrhiza tridentata [Lindley]Dockrill 1967

~Sarcanthus uncifer Schltr. 1924 - See Cleisostoma paniculatum (Ker Gawl.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus uniflorus J.J.Sm.1903 - See Trichoglottis rigida Blume 1825

~*Sarcanthus uraiensis Hayata 1919 - See Cleisostoma uraiense (Hayata) Garay & H.R.Sweet 1974

~Sarcanthus utriculosus (Ames) L.O.Williams 1937 - See Micropera utriculosa (Ames) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus validus (Ridl.) J.J.Sm. 1912 - See Cleisostoma suffusum (Ridl.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus vientianensis Guillaumin 1958 - See Sarcoglyphis mirabilis [Rchb.f]Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus viridescens Fukuy. 1936 - See Cleisostoma uraiense (Hayata) Garay & H.R.Sweet 1974

~Sarcanthus walkerianus Wight 1851 - See Robiquetia rosea (Lindl.) Garay, 1972

~*Sarcanthus weberi Ames 1915 - See Cleisostoma weberi (Ames) Garay 1972

~*Sarcanthus williamsonii Rchb.f. 1865 - See Cleisostoma williamsonii (Rchb.f.) Garay 1972

~Sarcanthus yunnanensis Schltr. 1919 - See Cleisostoma racemiferum (Lindl.) Garay 1972

~`Sarcinula Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis R. Brown 1813 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Pleurothallidinae

~Sarcinula acanthodes (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis acanthodes Luer 1975

~Sarcinula acicularis (Ames & C.Schweinf.) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis acicularis Ames & C.Schweinf. 1930

~Sarcinula alexii (A.H.Heller) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis alexii A.H.Heller 1966

~Sarcinula areldii (Luer) Luer2006 - See Pleurothallis areldii Luer 1978

~Sarcinula acrisepala (Ames & C. Schweinf.) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis acrisepala Ames & C.Schweinf. 1925

~Sarcinula brighamella (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis brighamella Luer 1999

~Sarcinula brighamii (S. Watson) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis brighamii S. Watson 1888

~Sarcinula calderae (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis calderae Luer 2001

~Sarcinula chontalensis (A.H.Heller & A.D.Hawkes) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis chontalensis A.H.Heller & A.D.Hawkes 1966

~Sarcinula condylata (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis condylata Luer 1976

~Sarcinula corniculata (Sw.) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis corniculata [Sw.] Lindl. 1842

~ Sarcinula coronula (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis coronula Luer 1999

~Sarcinula cycesis (Luer & R.Escobar) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis cycesis Luer & R.Escobar 1996

~Sarcinula displosa (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis displosa Luer 1999

~Sarcinula exilis (C.Schweinf.) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis exilis C.Schweinf. 1951

~Sarcinula fulgens (Rchb. f.) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis fulgens Rchb.f. 1875

~Sarcinula glandulosa (Ames) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis glandulosa Ames 1923

~Sarcinula guanacastensis (Ames & C. Schweinf.) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis guanacastensis Ames & C. Schweinf. 1930

~Sarcinula leptantha (Schltr.) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis leptantha Schltr. 1920

Sarcinula psichion (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis psichion Luer 1996

~Sarcinula purpurella (Luer) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis purpurella Luer 1999 - See

~Sarcinula scolopax (Luer & R.Escobar) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis scolopax Luer & R.Escobar 1981

~Sarcinula simmleriana (Rendle) Luer 2006 - See Pleurothallis simmleriana Rendle 1900

~Sarcinula striata (H.Focke) Luer 2006 -See Pleurothallis striata H.Focke 1851

~`Sarcobodium Beer 1854 - See Bulbophyllum Thouars 1822 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE ?, SUBTRIBE Dendrobiinae.

~Sarcobodium lobbii (Lindl.) Beer 1854 - See Bulbophyllum lobbii Lindley 1847

~`Sarcocadetia (Schltr.) M.A.Clem. & D.L.Jones 2002 - See Cadetia Gaudich. 1829 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE ?, SUBTRIBE Dendrobiinae

~Sarcocadetia funiformis (Blume) M.A.Clem. & D.L.Jones 2002 - See Cadetia funiformis (Blume) Schltr. 1912

~Sarcocadetia wariana (Schltr.) M.A.Clem. & D.L.Jones 2002 - See Cadetia funiformis (Blume) Schltr. 1912

Sarcochilus R. Brown 1810 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aeridinae

There are 25 epiphytic or lithophytic species found in Northeastern Australia that have fleshy, smooth roots with a stem with dry leaf bases and a fan of channeled leaves that give rise to a pendant to arching inflorescence with few to many flowers with free sepals and petals, a trilobed labellum that is articulate to the apex of the column foot and it is slightly saccate. The side lobes are large and erect and curved and the small fleshy midlobe is attached to a short poorly developed spur. refers to the thick and fleshy lip

Synonyms Cylindrochilus Thwaites 1861; Grosourdya Rchb. f. 1864; Gunnia Lindley 1834; Parasarcochilus Dockr. 1967

Type Species = ! = Sarcochilus falcatus R. Br. 1810

    ~*Sarcochilus acuminatissimus Rchb. f. 1863 - See Thrixspermum acuminatissimum (Rchb. f.) Rchb. f. 1868

    ~Sarcochilus adnatus Ridl. 1896 - See Micropera fuscolutea (Lindl.) Garay 1972

    ~*Sarcochilus adversus Hook.f. 1853 - See Drymoanthus adversus (Hook.f.) Dockrill 1967

  1. Sarcochilus aequalis D.L. Jones & Clem. 1991

    Part shade Cool Warm

    ~*Sarcochilus alatus Holttum 1953 - See Macropodanthus alatus (Holttum) Seidenf. & Garay 1988

    ~*Sarcochilus amplexicaulis Rchb. f. 1864 - See Thrixspermum amplexicaule (Rchb. f.) Rchb. f. 1868

    ~Sarcochilus anceps (Blume) Rchb.f. 1863 - See Thrixspermum anceps (Blume) Rchb.f. 1868

    ~Sarcochilus aphyllus Makino 1892 - See Taeniophyllum glandulosum Blume 1825

    ~Sarcochilus appendiculatus J.J. Sm. 1892 - See Grosourdya appendiculata (Blume) Rchb.f. 1868

    ~Sarcochilus appendiculatus (Blume) J.J.Sm 1905 - See Grosourdya appendiculata (Blume) Rchb.f. 1868

    ~Sarcochilus arachnites (Blume) Rchb.f. 1863 - See Thrixspermum centipeda Lour. 1790

    ~Sarcochilus archytas (Ridl.) Schltr. 1913 - See Brachypeza archytas

  2. Sarcochilus argochilus D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem. 2006

    Part shade Hot Warm LATEFall THROUGH LATESpring

    ~Sarcochilus armitii F. Muell. 1875 - See Saccolabiopsis armitii (F. Muell.) Dockr. 1967

    ~Sarcochilus auriferus (Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1863 - See Thrixspermum centipeda Lour. 1790

    ~Sarcochilus aureus Hook.f. 1890 - See Pteroceras unguiculatum (Lindl.) H.A.Pedersen 1992

  3. Sarcochilus australis (Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1863

    SECTION Calcares

    Fragrance Part shade Cool

    ~Sarcochilus baileyi F.Muell. ex Benth. 1873 - See Taeniophyllum muelleri Lindl. ex Benth. 1873

    ~Sarcochilus bancroftii F.M.Bailey 1912 - See Sarcochilus dilatatus F. Muell. 1889

    ~Sarcochilus barklyanus F.Muell. 1859 - See Sarcochilus australis (Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1863

    ~Sarcochilus beccarii (Rchb.f.) F.Muell 1890 - See Rhinerrhiza moorei (Rchb. f.) M.A. Clem., B.J. Wallace & D.L. Jones 1989

    ~Sarcochilus beckleri (F.Muell. ex Benth.) F.Muell. 1881 - See Papillilabium beckleri (F. Muell. ex Benth.) Dockr. 1967

    ~Sarcochilus benguetensis Ames & Quisumb. 1932 - See Pteroceras leopardinum (C.S.P.Parish & Rchb.f.) Seidenf. & Smitinand 1963

    ~Sarcochilus berkleyi (Rchb.f.) Hook.f. 1890 - See Macropodanthus berkeleyi (Rchb.f.) Seidenf. & Garay 1988

    ~Sarcochilus bigibbus (Schltr.) J.J.Sm. 1926 - See Biermannia bigibba (Schltr.) Garay 1972

    ~*Sarcochilus bimaculatus King & Pantl. 1895 - See Biermannia bimaculata (King & Pantl.) King & Pantl. 1898

    ~Sarcochilus bipennis J.J.Sm.1920 - See Pteroceras biserratum (Ridl.) Holttum 1960

    ~*Sarcochilus biserratus Ridl. 1900 - See Pteroceras biserratum (Ridl.) Holttum 1960

  4. Sarcochilus borealis (Nicholls) M.A. Clem. & D.L. Jones 1989

    Part shade Cool Warm FallSpring

    ~Sarcochilus brachyglottis Hook.f. 1890 - See Tuberolabium rhopalorrhachis (Rchb. f.) J.J. Wood 1990

    ~Sarcochilus brachystachys Hook.f. 1890 - See Thrixspermum calceolum [Lindl.] Rchb.f. 1868

    ~Sarcochilus brevilabris (F.Muell.) F.Muell. 1882 -See Plectorrhiza brevilabris (F.Muell.) Dockrill 1967

    ~Sarcochilus breviscapus Colenso 1882 - See Drymoanthus adversus (Hook.f.) Dockrill 1967

    ~Sarcochilus burchardianus Schltr. 1906 - See Pteroceras hirsutum (Hook.f.) Holttum 1960

    ~Sarcochilus calcaratus [F. Muel.] F. Muell.1861 - See Plectorrhiza tridentata [Lindley]Dockrill 1967

    ~Sarcochilus calceolus Lindl. 1846 - See Thrixspermum calceolum [Lindl.]Rchb.f. 1868

    ~Sarcochilus caligaris Ridl. 1893 - See Pteroceras pallidum (Bl.) Holtt. 1960

    ~Sarcochilus capricornis hort. - See Cleisostoma capricorne (Ridl.) Garay 1972

    ~*Sarcochilus carnosus K.Schum.1898 - See Thrixspermum carnosum (K.Schum.) Schltr.1911

    ~Sarcochilus carrii L.O.Williams 1937 - See Grosourdya muscosa (Rolfe) Garay 1972

  5. Sarcochilus ceciliae F. Muell. 1865

    SECTION Calcares

    Fragrance Part sun Cool Warm LATE Springand Summer

    ~Sarcochilus ceciliae var. eriochilus (Fitzg.) Dockrill 1996 - See Sarcochilus ceciliae F. Muell. 1865

    ~*Sarcochilus ceciliae subsp. roseus Clemesha 1967 - See Sarcochilus roseus (Clemesha) Clemesha 1969

    ~Sarcochilus ceciliae var. roseus (Clemesha) Dockrill 1992 - See Sarcochilus roseus (Clemesha) Clemesha 1969

    ~Sarcochilus centipeda (Lour.) Náves in F.M.Blanco 1880 - See Thrixspermum centipeda Lour. 1790

  6. Sarcochilus chrysanthus Schltr. 1913

    ~ Sarcochilus ciliatus (Ridl.) J.J.Sm. 1926 - See Biermannia ciliata (Ridl.) Garay 1972

    ~Sarcochilus cladostachys Hook. f. 1890 - See Pteroceras cladostachyum (Hook.f.) H.A.Pedersen 1992

    ~*Sarcochilus clausus J.J.Sm. 1922 - See Cryptopylos clausus (J.J.Sm.) Garay 1972

    ~Sarcochilus cochinchinensis G.Nicholson 1886 - See Micropera pallida [Roxb]Lindley 1833

    ~Sarcochilus compressus (Blume) Rchb.f. 1863 - See Pteroceras compressum (Blume) Holttum 1960

    ~*Sarcochilus crepidiformis King & Pantl. 1895 - See Taeniophyllum crepidiforme (King & Pantl.) King & Pantl.1898

    ~Sarcochilus dalzellianus Santapau 1948 publ. 1949 - See Smithsonia viridiflora (Dalzell) C.J.Saldanha 1974

    ~Sarcochilus difformis [Lindley] Tang & Wang 1951 - See Ornithochilus fuscus Wallis ex Lindl. 1833

  7. Sarcochilus dilatatus F. Muell. 1889

    SECTION Sarcochilus

    Part shade Cool Warm

    ~*Sarcochilus divitiflorus FvM ex Benth. 1873 - See Rhinerrhiza divitiflora [FvM ex Benth]Rupp 1951

    ~Sarcochilus emarginatus (Blume) Rchb.f.1863 - See Ascochilus emarginatus (Blume) Schuit. 2001

    ~Sarcochilus englerianum Kraenzl. 1905 - See Rhinerrhiza moorei (Rchb. f.) M.A. Clem., B.J. Wallace & D.L. Jones 1989

    ~Sarcochilus erectus (Fitzg.) F.Muell. 1882 - See Plectorrhiza erecta (Fitzg.) Dockrill 1967

    ~Sarcochilus eriochilus Fitzg. 1891 - See Sarcochilus ceciliae F. Muell. 1865

  8. !Sarcochilus falcatus R Brown 1810

    SECTION Sarcochilus

    Fragrance Part shade Cool to Hot MID WinterSpring

    ~*Sarcochilus filiformis Hook.f. 1890 - See Cordiglottis filiformis (Hook.f.) Garay 1972

  9. Sarcochilus fitzgeraldii F. Muell. 1869

    SECTION Sarcochilus

    FragranceFull shadeHot to Cool Spring

    ~Sarcochilus fragrans Ridl. 1908 - See Pteroceras fragrans (Ridl.) Garay 1972

    ~Sarcochilus fraternus J.J.Sm. 1918 - See Pteroceras fraternum (J.J.Sm.) Bakh.f. 1963

    ~Sarcochilus freemanii Rchb.f. 1877 - See Rhinerrhiza divitiflora (F. Muell. ex Benth.) Rupp 1951

    ~*Sarcochilus fuscoluteus Lindl. 1847 - See Micropera fuscolutea (Lindl.) Garay 1972

  10. Sarcochilus gildasii N.Hallé 1986

    ~Sarcochilus godefroyanus (Rchb.f.) Benth. & Hook.f. ex Drake 1892 - See Chiloschista godefroyana (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1919

    ~Sarcochilus graeffei (Rchb.f.) Benth. & Hook.f. 1892 - See Thrixspermum graeffei Rchb.f 1868

    ~Sarcochilus gunnii F.Muell. . 1859 - See Sarcochilus australis (Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1863

    ~Sarcochilus hainanensis Rolfe 1896 - See Thrixspermum centipeda Lour. 1790

    ~Sarcochilus harriganiae Rupp 1938 - See Sarcochilus spathulatus R.S. Rogers 1927

  11. Sarcochilus hartmannii F.Meuller 1874

    SECTION Sarcochilus

    Part sun Hot to Cool Spring

  12. Sarcochilus hillii F. Muell. 1861

    SECTION Sarcochilus

    Fragrance Part sunHot to Cool Winter Spring Summer Fall

    ~Sarcochilus hillii var. tricalliatus Rupp 1936- See Sarcochilus tricalliatus (Rupp) Rupp 1951

    ~*Sarcochilus hirsutus Hook.f. 1890 - See Pteroceras hirsutum (Hook.f.) Holttum 1960

  13. Sarcochilus hirticalcar (Dockr.) M.A. Clem. & D.L. Jones 1989

    Full shade Cool Warm LATE SpringSummer

    ~Sarcochilus hirtulus Hook. f. 1890 - See Grosourdya appendiculata (Blume) Rchb.f. 1868

    ~Sarcochilus hirtus (Lindl.) Hook. f. 1890 - See Stereochilus hirtus Lindl. 1859

    ~Sarcochilus hubbardianus L.O.Williams 1937 - See Pteroceras philippinense (Ames) Garay 1972

    ~*Sarcochilus huliorum Schuit. 1994 - See Dryadorchis huliorum (Schuit.) Christenson & Schuit, 1995

    ~Sarcochilus hystrix (Blume) Rchb.f.1863 -See Thrixspermum hystrix (Blume) Rchb.f. 1874

    ~ *Sarcochilus incurvicalcar J.J.Sm. 1914 - See Grosourdya incurvicalcar (J.J.Sm.) Garay 1972

    ~Sarcochilus indusiatus (Rchb.f.) Carr 1935 - See Brachypeza indusiata (Rchb.f.) Garay 1972

    ~*Sarcochilus japonicus Miq. 1866 - See Thrixspermum japonicum (Miq.) Rchb. f. 1878

    ~Sarcochilus keyensis J.J.Sm. 1906 - See Brachypeza indusiata (Rchb.f.) Garay 1972

  14. Sarcochilus koghiensis Schltr. 1911

    SECTION Sarcochilus

    LATER

    ~Sarcochilus kusukusensis Hayata 1916 - See Thrixspermum merguense (Hook. f.) Kuntze 1891

    ~*Sarcochilus laurisilvaticus Fukuy. 1938 - See Thrixspermum laurisilvaticum (Fukuy.) Garay 1972

    ~Sarcochilus leopardinus (C.S.P.Parish & Rchb.f.) Hook.f. 1890 - See Pteroceras leopardinum (C.S.P.Parish & Rchb.f.) Seidenf. & Smitinand 1963

    ~*Sarcochilus leytensis Ames 1915 - See Ascochilus leytensis (Ames) Garay 1972

    ~Sarcochilus lilacinus Griff.1851 - See Thrixspermum amplexicaule (Rchb. f.) Rchb. f. 1868

    ~*Sarcochilus longicalcareus Ames & Rolfe 1915 - See Pteroceras longicalcareum (Ames & Rolfe) Garay 1972

    ~Sarcochilus longmanii F.M.Bailey 1909 - See Sarcochilus weinthalii F.M.Bailey 1904

    ~Sarcochilus luniferus (Rchb. f.) Benth. ex Hook. f. 1889 - See Chiloschista lunifera [Rchb.f]J.J.Sm. 1905

    ~Sarcochilus macphersonii F. Muell. 1874 - See Pomatocalpa macphersonii (F. Muell.) P.F. Hunt 1958

    ~Sarcochilus maculatus (Dalzell) Pfitzer 1881 - See Smithsonia maculata (Dalzell) C.J.Saldanha 1974

    ~Sarcochilus maculatus Carr 1929 - See Grosourdya muscosa (Rolfe) Garay 1972

    ~ Sarcochilus major (Ridl.) F.N.Williams 1904 - See Adenoncos major Ridl. 1896

    ~*Sarcochilus mannii Hook.f. 1890 - See Micropera mannii (Hook.f.) Tang & F.T.Wang 1951

    ~Sarcochilus mcgregorii (Ames) Ames 1915 - See Ascochilus siamensis Ridl. 1896

    ~Sarcochilus mentakabensis [Carr.] Bakh. 1929 - See Ascochilus emarginatus (Blume) Schuit. 2001

    ~Sarcochilus merguensis Hook.f. 1890 - See Thrixspermum merguense (Hook. f.) Kuntze 1891

    ~*Sarcochilus merrillii Ames 1915 - See Bogoria merrillii (Ames) Garay 1972

    ~Sarcochilus microphyton Kraenzl. 1929 - See Phreatia limenophylax (Endl.) Rchb.f. 1857

    ~Sarcochilus mindanaensis (Ames) Ames 1915 - See Ascochilus mindanaensis (Ames) Christenson 1985

    ~Sarcochilus minimus (Blume) Rchb.f. 1863 - See Chroniochilus minimus (Blume) J.J.Sm.1927

    ~Sarcochilus minimus Schltr. 1906 - See Drymoanthus minimus (Schltr.) Garay 1972

    ~Sarcochilus minutiflos F.M. Bailey 1909-13 - See Sarcochilus hillii F. Muell. 1861

    ~Sarcochilus montanus Fitzg. 1879 - See Sarcochilus falcatus R Brown 1810

    ~Sarcochilus moorei Rchb. f. 1880 - See Rhinerrhiza moorei (Rchb. f.) M.A. Clem., B.J. Wallace & D.L. Jones 1989

    ~Sarcochilus moorei (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1913 - See Rhinerrhiza moorei (Rchb. f.) M.A. Clem., B.J. Wallace & D.L. Jones 1989

    ~*Sarcochilus muriculatus Rchb.f. 1881 - See Pteroceras muriculatum (Rchb.f.) P.F.Hunt 1970

    ~*Sarcochilus muscosus Rolfe 1893 - See Grosourdya muscosa (Rolfe) Garay 1972

    ~*Sarcochilus neocaledonicus Rendle 1921 - See Gunnarella neocaledonica (Rendle) Senghas 1988

    ~Sarcochilus nepalensis Sprengl. 1828 - See Gastrochilus calceolaris [J.E.Sm.] D. Don 1825

    ~Sarcochilus newportii F.M. Bailey 1902 - See Bulbophyllum newportii Rolfe 1909

    ~Sarcochilus notabilis Hook. f. 1890 - See Thrixspermum acuminatissimum (Rchb. f.) Rchb.f. 1868

    ~Sarcochilus obtusus (Lindl.) Benth. ex Hook.f. 1890 - See Micropera obtusa (Lindl.) T. Tang & F.T. Wang 1951

  15. Sarcochilus olivaceus Lindl. 1839

    SECTION Sarcochilus

    LATEEARLY

    ~*Sarcochilus olivaceus var. borealis Nicholls 1939 - See Sarcochilus borealis (Nicholls) M.A. Clem. & D.L. Jones 1989

    ~Sarcochilus pachyrhachis Schltr. 1906 - See Pteroceras biserratum (Ridl.) Holttum 1960

    ~Sarcochilus palawanensis Ames 1915 - See Pteroceras teres (Blume) Holttum 1960

    ~Sarcochilus pallidus (Bl.) Rchb.f - See Pteroceras pallidum (Bl.) Holtt. 1960

    Sarcochilus pallidus (Lindl.) Rchb. f. 1864 - See Pteroceras pallidum (Bl.) Holtt. 1960

    ~Sarcochilus pallidus var. celebicus Schltr. 1911 - See Pteroceras cladostachyum (Hook.f.) H.A.Pedersen 1992

    ~Sarcochilus papuanus Kraenzl. 1889 - See Rhinerrhiza moorei (Rchb. f.) M.A. Clem., B.J. Wallace & D.L. Jones 1989

    ~*Sarcochilus pardalis Ridl. 1893 - See Thrixspermum pardale (Ridl.) Schltr. 1911

    ~Sarcochilus parviflorus Lindl 1838 - See Sarcochilus olivaceus Lindl. 1839

    ~Sarcochilus phalaenopsis Schltr. 1911 - See Pteroceras unguiculatum (Lindl.) H.A.Pedersen 1992

    ~Sarcochilus philippinensis (Ames) Ames 1915 - See Pteroceras philippinense (Ames) Garay 1972

    ~*Sarcochilus phyllorhizus F.Muell. 1866 - See Chiloschista phyllorhiza (F.Muell.) Schltr. 1921

    ~Sarcochilus phyllorhizus f. javanicus J.J.Sm. 1939 - See Chiloschista phyllorhiza (F.Muell.) Schltr. 1921

    ~Sarcochilus pictus (Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1863 - See Sarcochilus australis (Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1863

    ~Sarcochilus pierrei Guill. 1930 - See Cryptopylos clausus (J.J.Sm.) Garay 1972

    ~*Sarcochilus platystachys F.M. Bailey 1886 - See Thrixspermum platystachys (F.M. Bailey) Schltr. 1911

    ~Sarcochilus praemorsus (Roxb.) Spreng. 1826 - See Acampe papillosa (Lindley) Lindl. 1853

    ~Sarcochilus pulchellus (Thwaites) Trimen 1885 - See Thrixspermum pulchellum (Thwaites) Schltr. 1911

    ~Sarcochilus purpurascens (Blume) Rchb.f.1863 - See Thrixspermum purpurascens (Blume) Rchb.f. 1868

    ~Sarcochilus purpureus (Lindl.) Benth. ex Hook.f. 1890 - See Micropera rostrata (Roxb.) N.P.Balakr. 1970

    ~Sarcochilus pusillus Rchb. f. 1863 - See Grosourdya appendiculata (Blume) Rchb.f. 1868

    ~*Sarcochilus quinquelobatus Schltr. 1911 - See Grosourdya quinquelobata (Schltr.) Garay 1972

  16. Sarcochilus rarus Schltr.1906

    SECTION Sarcochilus

    ~*Sarcochilus retro-spiculatus King & Pantl. 1895 - See Taeniophyllum retrospiculatum (King & Pantl.) King & Pantl.1898

    ~Sarcochilus rhopalorrachis Rchb. f. 1863 - See Tuberolabium rhopalorrhachis (Rchb. f.) J.J. Wood 1990

    ~*Sarcochilus robertsii Schltr. 1907 - See Gunnarella robertsii [Schlechter] Senghas 1988

  17. Sarcochilus roseus (Clemesha) Clemesha 1969

    LATEEARLY

    ~Sarcochilus roxburghii Hook.f. 1890 - See Micropera pallida [Roxb]Lindley 1833

    ~Sarcochilus rubicentrus Fitz. 1880- See Sarcochilus hartmannii F.Meuller 1874

    ~*Sarcochilus saruwatarii Hayata 1916 - See Thrixspermum saruwatarii (Hayata) Schltr.1919

    ~*Sarcochilus scopa Rchb.f. ex Hook.f. 1890 - See Thrixspermum scopa (Rchb.f. ex Hook.f.) Holttum 1947

    ~*Sarcochilus scortechinii Hook.f. 1890 - See Thrixspermum scortechinii (Hook.f.) Kuntze 1891

    ~*Sarcochilus segawae Masam. 1934 - See Chiloschista segawae (Masam.) Masam. & Fukuy. 1938

  18. Sarcochilus serrulatus D.L.Jones 1972

    MID EARLY

    ~Sarcochilus siamensis (Ridl.) Carr 1929 - See Ascochilus siamensis Ridl. 1896

    ~Sarcochilus sigmoideus Ridl. 1896 - See Brachypeza indusiata (Rchb.f.) Garay 1972

    ~Sarcochilus singularis (J.J.Sm.) J.J.Sm. 1913 - See Dryadorchis singularis (J.J.Sm.) Christenson & Schuitt.1995

    ~Sarcochilus solomonensis Rolfe 1908 - See Rhinerrhiza moorei (Rchb. f.) M.A. Clem., B.J. Wallace & D.L. Jones 1989

    ~*Sarcochilus spathibrachiatus J.J.Sm 1943 - See Pteroceras spathibrachiatum (J.J.Sm.) Garay 1972

    ~Sarcochilus spathipetalus J.J.Sm. 1931 - See Pteroceras fragrans (Ridl.) Garay 1972

  19. Sarcochilus spathulatus R.S. Rogers 1927

    Fragrance Part shade Cool Warm LATE Winterand Spring

    ~Sarcochilus spurius (Blume) Rchb.f. 1863 - See Dendrobium spurium (Blume) J.J.Sm. 1905

    ~*Sarcochilus stenoglottis Hook.f. 1890 - See Brachypeza stenoglottis [Hkr.f] Garay 1972

    ~Sarcochilus suaveolens (Roxb.) Hook.f. 1890 - See Pteroceras teres (Blume) Holttum 1960

    ~Sarcochilus sumatranus Schltr. 1911 - See Pteroceras compressum (Blume) Holttum 1960

    ~*Sarcochilus taeniorhizus Schltr. 1912 - See Bogoria taeniorhiza (Schltr.) Schltr. 1913

    ~Sarcochilus tanyphyllus Ridl. 1993 - See Pteroceras cladostachyum (Hook.f.) H.A.Pedersen 1992

    ~Sarcochilus tembelingensis Carr 1929 - See Chroniochilus minimus (Blume) J.J.Sm.1927

    ~Sarcochilus tenuifolius (L.) Náves 1880 - See Cleisostoma tenuifolium (L.) Garay 1972

    ~Sarcochilus teres (Blume) Rchb.f. 1863 - See Pteroceras teres (Blume) Holttum 1960

    ~Sarcochilus teres var. exinflatus J.J.Sm.1932 - See Pteroceras teres (Blume) Holttum 1960

    ~Sarcochilus teysmannii (Miq.) J.J.Sm. 1905 - See Macropodanthus teysmannii (Miq.) H.A.Pedersen 1993

    ~*Sarcochilus thrixspermoides Schltr. 1912 - See Chroniochilus thrixspermoides (Schltr.) Garay 1972

    ~Sarcochilus tjidadapensis (J.J.Sm.) Carr 1929 - See Chroniochilus minimus (Blume) J.J.Sm.1927

  20. Sarcochilus tricalliatus (Rupp) Rupp 1951

    SECTION Calcares

    Part sunHot to Warm Spring EARLYSummer

    ~Sarcochilus trichoglottis Hook. f. 1890 - See Thrixspermum trichoglottis (Hook.f.) Kuntze 1891

    ~Sarcochilus tridentatus (Lindl.) Rchb. f. 1863 - See Plectorrhiza tridentata [Lindley]Dockrill 1967

    ~Sarcochilus tridentatus var. erectus (Fitzg.) F.M.Bailey 1883 - See Plectorrhiza erecta (Fitzg.) Dockrill 1967

    ~*Sarcochilus unguiculatus Lindl. 1840 - See Pteroceras unguiculatum (Lindl.) H.A.Pedersen 1992

  21. Sarcochilus uniflorus Schltr.1913

    LATE

    ~Sarcochilus uniflorus Gagnep. 1933 - See Pteroceras semiteretifolium H.A.Pedersen 1992

    ~Sarcochilus usneoides Rchb. f. 1863 - SeeChiloschista usneoides (D.Don) Lindl. 1832

    ~*Sarcochilus violaceus Ridl. 1915 - See Pteroceras violaceum (Ridl.) Holttum 1960

    ~Sarcochilus virescens Ridl. 1870 - See Chroniochilus virescens (Ridl.) Holttum 1960

    ~Sarcochilus viridiflorus (Dalzell) T.Cooke 1907 - See Smithsonia viridiflora (Dalzell) C.J.Saldanha 1974

  22. Sarcochilus weinthalii F.M.Bailey 1904

    LATE and

    ~*Sarcochilus zamboangensis Ames 1923 - See Brachypeza zamboangensis (Ames) Garay 1972

    ~Sarcochilus zollingeri (Rchb.f.) Rchb.f. 1863 - See Grosourdya zollingeri (Rchb.f.) Rchb.f. 1868

~`Sarcoglossum Beer 1854 - See Cirrhaea Lindley 1832 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae, SUBTRIBE Stanhopeinae

~Sarcoglossum suaveolens Beer 1854 - See Cirrhaea dependens [Lodd.]Rchb.f 1850

Sarcoglottis C. Presl 1827 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Cranichideae SUBTRIBE Spiranthinae

There are 45 species that are wide spread in Central and South America as well as the Caribbean as terrestrials in very wet forests at elevations of 500 to 1000 meters with very fleshy roots arising from an inconspicuous rhizome, with the membraneous, spotted or striped leaves in a rosette with a terminal, erect, racemose inflorescence with many, successively opening, pilose [externally] flowers. The petals and dorsal sepal are connate over and around the column, with the lateral sepals and the lip are recurved or extended. They have a short column and a prominent foot with 4, club-shaped, softpollina and a terminal viscidium.

Common Name or Meaning refers to the thick and fleshy lip

Type Species Sarcoglottis speciosa C. Presl 1827 = Sarcoglottis acaulis (Sm.) Schltr. 1919

  1. !Sarcoglottis acaulis (Sm.) Schltr. 1919

    Part sunWarm to Cool Spring THROUGHFall

    ~Sarcoglottis acaulis var. grandiflora (Hook.) R.Knuth 1927 - See Sarcoglottis grandiflora (Lindl.) Klotzsch 1842

    ~Sarcoglottis allemanii Barb.Rodr. 1881 - See Sarcoglottis acaulis (Sm.) Schltr. 1919

  2. Sarcoglottis amazonica Pabst 1969

    ~Sarcoglottis aphylla (Ridl.) Schltr. 1919 - See Veyretia aphylla (Ridl.) Szlach. 1995

  3. Sarcoglottis assurgens (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1920

  4. Sarcoglottis biflora (Vell.) Schltr.1920

    Part Shade Warm to Cool LATESpring EARLY Summer

    ~Sarcoglottis bradei (Schltr.) Schltr. 1920 - See Sarcoglottis smithii (Rchb.f.) Schltr.1920

    ~Sarcoglottis butantanensis (Hoehne) Hoehne & Schltr. 1921 - See Veyretia neuroptera (Rchb.f. & Warm.) Szlach. 1995

    ~Sarcoglottis camposnovensis (Hoehne) Hoehne 1923 - See Veyretia neuroptera (Rchb.f. & Warm.) Szlach. 1995

  5. Sarcoglottis cerina (Lindl.) P. N. Don 1845

    Part Shade Warm to Cool

    ~Sarcoglottis cogniauxiana (Barb.Rodr. ex Cogn.) Schltr. 1920 - See Veyretia cogniauxiana (Barb.Rodr. ex Cogn.) Szlach. 1995

    ~Sarcoglottis corymbosa Garay 1980 publ. 1982 - See Sarcoglottis pauciflora (Kuntze) Schltr. 1920

  6. Sarcoglottis curvisepala Szlach. & Rutk. 1997

    Part Shade Warm to Cool

  7. Sarcoglottis depinctrix Christenson 2000

    ~Sarcoglottis diaphana (Lindl.) W.H.Baxter 1850 - See Deiregyne diaphana (Lindl.) Garay 1980 publ 1982

    ~Sarcoglottis diuretica (Willd.) Baxter 1850 - See Brachystele unilateralis (Poir.) Schltr. 1920

    ~Sarcoglottis elata (Sw.) P.N. Don 1845 - See Cyclopogon elatus (Sw.) Schltr. 1919

    ~Sarcoglottis eriophora (B.L.Rob. & Greenm.) Conz. 1947 - See Deiregyne eriophora (B.L.Rob. & Greenm.) Garay 1980 publ. 1982

  8. Sarcoglottis fasciculata (Vell.) Schltr. 1920

    to

  9. Sarcoglottis gonzalezii L.C.Menezes 1998

  10. Sarcoglottis grandiflora (Lindl.) Klotzsch 1842

    Part sunHot Spring THROUGHFall

    ~Sarcoglottis gutturosa (Rchb.f.) Ames 1905 - See Pelexia gutturosa (Rchb.f.) Garay 1980 publ. 1982

    ~Sarcoglottis hassleri (Cogn.) Schltr. 1920 - See Veyretia hassleri (Cogn.) Szlach. 1995

    ~Sarcoglottis hemichrea (Lindl.) Ames 1923 - See Aulosepalum hemichrea (Lindl.) Garay 1980 publ. 1982

  11. Sarcoglottis heringeri Pabst 1971

  12. Sarcoglottis herzogii Schltr. 1925

    Part Shade

  13. Sarcoglottis homalogastra (Rchb.f. & Warm.) Schltr.1920

    Part Shade Warm to Cool LATE Summer to EARLYFall

    ~Sarcoglottis hondurensis (Schltr.) Ames 1925 - See Schiedeella trilineata (Lindl.) Burns-Bal. 1981

    ~Sarcoglottis hunteriana Schltr. 1922 - See Sarcoglottis sceptrodes (Rchb. f.) Schltr.1920

    ~Sarcoglottis latifolia Schlt. 1920 - See Sarcoglottis schaffneri (Rchb.f.) Ames 1905

    ~ Sarcoglottis lithophila (Barb.Rodr.) Barb.Rodr. 1877 - See Sarcoglottis biflora (Vell.) Schltr.1920

    ~Sarcoglottis maasorum Pabst 1979 - See Sarcoglottis metallica (Rolfe) Schltr. 1920

  14. Sarcoglottis metallica (Rolfe) Schltr. 1920

    Part sun Hot to Cool Fall

    ~ Sarcoglottis multiflora Barb.Rodr. 1882 - See Skeptrostachys balanophorostachya (Rchb.f. & Warm.) Garay 1980 publ. 1982

  15. Sarcoglottis neglecta Christenson 1991

    ~Sarcoglottis nelsonii (Greenm.) Conz. 1947 - See Aulosepalum nelsonii (Greenm.) Garay 1980 publ. 1982

    ~Sarcoglottis neuroptera (Rchb.f. & Warm.) Schltr. 1920 - See Veyretia neuroptera (Rchb.f. & Warm.) Szlach. 1995

    ~Sarcoglottis neuroptera var. camposnovensis (Hoehne) Hoehne 1945 - See Veyretia neuroptera (Rchb.f. & Warm.) Szlach. 1995

    ~Sarcoglottis novofriburgensis (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1920 - See Pelexia novofriburgensis (Rchb.f.) Garay 1980 publ. 1982

    ~Sarcoglottis oaxacana (B.L.Rob. & Greenm.) Conz. 1947 - See Deiregyne diaphana (Lindl.) Garay 1980 publ 1982

    ~Sarcoglottis ochracea (A.Rich. & Galeotti) Schltr. 1920 - See Sarcoglottis rosulata (Lindl.) P.N.Don in J.Donn 1845

    ~Sarcoglottis olivacea (Rolfe) Schltr. 1921 - See Cyclopogon olivaceus (Rolfe) Schltr. 1920

    ~Sarcoglottis orbiculata Ames 1923 - See Sarcoglottis rosulata (Lindl.) P.N.Don in J.Donn 1845

    ~Sarcoglottis ornithocephala Barb.Rodr., Gen. Spec. Orchid. 2: 288 (1882

  16. Sarcoglottis pauciflora (Kuntze) Schltr. 1920

    Fragrance Part Shade WarmCool Fall

    ~Sarcoglottis pavonii (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1920 - See Pelexia pavonii (Rchb.f.) Garay 1980 publ. 1982

    ~Sarcoglottis picta (Anders.) Klotzsch 1842 - See Sarcoglottis acaulis (Sm.) Schltr. 1919

    ~Sarcoglottis picta var. variegata Klotzsch 1842 - See Sarcoglottis acaulis (Sm.) Schltr. 1919

  17. Sarcoglottis portillae Christenson 2003

    Full shadeCooltoWarm

    ~Sarcoglottis powellii Schltr. 1922 - See Sarcoglottis sceptrodes (Rchb. f.) Schltr.1920

    ~Sarcoglottis pubilabia Ames 1923 - See Sarcoglottis schaffneri (Rchb.f.) Ames 1905

    ~Sarcoglottis purpusiorum Schltr. 1925 - See Sarcoglottis sceptrodes (Rchb. f.) Schltr.1920

    ~Sarcoglottis richardiana (Schltr.) Salazar & Soto Arenas 2002 publ. 2003 - See Sarcoglottis schaffneri (Rchb.f.) Ames 1905

  18. Sarcoglottis riocontensis E.C.Smidt & Toscano 2004

    Part Shade Warm Cool Spring

  19. Sarcoglottis rosulata (Lindl.) P.N.Don in J.Donn 1845

    Part Shade Warm LATESpringEARLY Summer

    ~Sarcoglottis rufescens Klotzsch 1842 - See Sarcoglottis ventricosa ( Vell. ) Hoehne 1952

    ~Sarcoglottis rupestris Barb.Rodr. 1877 - See Veyretia rupicola (Garay) F.Barros 2003

    ~*Sarcoglottis rupicola Garay 1980 publ. 1982 - See Veyretia rupicola (Garay) F.Barros 2003

    ~Sarcoglottis sagittata (Rchb.f. & Warm.) Schltr. 1920 - See Veyretia sagittata (Rchb.f. & Warm.) Szlach. 1995

  20. Sarcoglottis sceptrodes (Rchb. f.) Schltr.1920

    FragrancePart shade Hot Winter EARLYSpring

  21. Sarcoglottis schaffneri (Rchb.f.) Ames 1905

    Full ShadeWarmCoolSpring

  22. Sarcoglottis schwackei (Cogn.) Schltr. 1920

    Full shade CoolSpring

  23. Sarcoglottis scintillans (E.W.Greenw.) Salazar & Soto Arenas 2002 publ. 2003

    Part ShadeCool Cold MID Spring EARLYSummer

    ~Sarcoglottis simplex (Griseb.) Schltr. 1920 - See Veyretia simplex (Griseb.) Szlach. 1995

    ~Sarcoglottis sincorensis (Schltr.) Schltr. 1920 - See Veyretia sincorensis (Schltr.) Szlach. 1996

  24. Sarcoglottis smithii (Rchb.f.) Schltr.1920

    Full Shade Warm LATEWinter

  25. Sarcoglottis sp.1

  26. Sarcoglottis sp.2

    ~Sarcoglottis speciosa C. Presl 1827 - See Sarcoglottis acaulis (Sm.) Schltr. 1919

    ~Sarcoglottis stenoglottis Hkr.f 1890 - See Brachypeza indusiata (Rchb.f.) Garay 1972

    ~Sarcoglottis tenuiflora (Greenm.) Conz. 1947 - See Deiregyne tenuiflora (Greenm.) Burns-Bal. 1986

    ~ Sarcoglottis tenuis Schltr. 1922 - See Veyretia simplex (Griseb.) Szlach. 1995

  27. Sarcoglottis turkeliae Christenson 2004

    Full Shade Winter

  28. Sarcoglottis uliginosa Barb.Rodr. 1877

    Part Shade Cold MID Spring

  29. Sarcoglottis umbrosa (Barb.Rodr.) Schltr. 1920

    Full Shade Cool

    ~ Sarcoglottis valida Ames 1923 - See Sarcoglottis smithii (Rchb.f.) Schltr.1920

  30. Sarcoglottis ventricosa ( Vell. ) Hoehne 1952

    Full Shade CoolWarm LATERSpring EARLYSummer

  31. Sarcoglottis woodsonii (L.O.Williams) Garay 1980 publ. 1982

    ~Sarcoglottis zamororae Ames 1923 - See Sarcoglottis schaffneri (Rchb.f.) Ames 1905

Sarcoglyphis Garay 1972SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aeridinae

There are 12 species in this miniature sized, monopodial epiphytes witha short leafy stem and an axillary, drooping, slender, paniculate, zigzag, many flowered inflorescence. The sepals and petals are subequal and spreading and the fleshy, 3 lobed lip is firmly attched to the base of the column and has triangular, narrow to rarely without lateral lobes and a diistinct median septum with the front and back walls with callosities. The short colum does not have a foot and the clinandrum has a raised longitudinal ridge with a furrow along the edge. The anther cap is beaked and the four unequal, in 2 groups pollina are on the dorsal side of the column attached by a bifucate caudicle with an elongate u-curved stipe

Common Name or Meaning refers to the fleshy rostellum sitting atop the clinandrium like a carved gem

Synonyms Sarcanthus Lindley 1824

Type Species = ! = Sarcoglyphis mirabilis [Rchb.f]Garay 1972

  1. Sarcoglyphis comberi (J.J. Wood) J.J. Wood 1987

    Part shadeWarm to HotSpringSummer to Fall

  2. Sarcoglyphis flava (Hook.f.) Garay 1972

    Full Shade

  3. Sarcoglyphis lilacina (J.J.Sm.) Garay 1972

  4. Sarcoglyphis magnirostris Z.H.Tsi 1985

    LATER

  5. Sarcoglyphis masiusii Miadin, A.L.Lamb & Emoi 2008

    Part Shade Hot Fall

  6. !Sarcoglyphis mirabilis [Rchb.f]Garay 1972

    Part sunWarm to HotSpring

  7. Sarcoglyphis pensilis (Ridl.) Seidenf. 1973

    Part sunWarm to Hot

  8. Sarcoglyphis potamophila (Schltr.) Garay & W.Kittr. 1985 publ. 1986

    Part ShadeHot LATE Winter Spring EARLYSummer

  9. Sarcoglyphis smithianus (Kerr) Seidenf. 1992

    Part Sun Hot Spring

  10. Sarcoglyphis thailandica Seidenf. 1988

    Full shade LATE Winter EARLYSpring

    ~Sarcoglyphis yunnanensis Z.H.Tsi 1984 - See Sarcoglyphis smithianus (Kerr) Seidenf. 1992

Sarcophyton Garay 1972SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aeridinae

There are 3 species in this vandanaceous medium sized genus from Malesia.

Common Name or Meaning The Robust Orchid

Synonyms

Type Species = ! = ?

  1. Sarcophyton crassifolium (Lindl. & Paxton) Garay 1972

    Spring

  2. Sarcophyton pachyphyllum (Ames) Garay 1972

    Part ShadeHot Spring

~Sarcopodium Lindley & Paxton 1850 - See Epigeneium Gagnep 1932 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE ?, SUBTRIBE Dendrobiinae.

~Sarcopodium acuminatum Rolfe 1910 - See Epigeneium acuminatum (Rolfe) Summerh. 1957

~Sarcopodium affine (Lindl.) Lindl. & Paxton 1850 - See Bulbophyllum affine Lindley 1982

~Sarcopodium amplum Lindley 1850 - See Epigeneium amplum [Lindley]Summerh. 1957

~Sarcopodium annamense Guillaumin 1955 - See Epigeneium amplum (Lindl.) Summerh. 1957

~Sarrcopodium beccarianum Kraenzl. 1910 - See Eria longirepens Ridl. 1896

~Sarcopodium cacuminis (Gagnep.) Tang & F.T.Wang 1951 - See Epigeneium cacuminis (Gagnep.) Summerh. 1957

~Sarcopodium chapaense (Gagnep.) Tang & F.T.Wang 1951 - See Epigeneium chapaense Gagnep. 1932

~Sarcopodium cheiri [Lindley]Lindley 1850 - See Bulbophyllum cheiri Lindl. 1844

~Sarcopodium citrinocastaneum (Burkill) Ridl. 1924 - See Epigeneium zebrinum (J.J.Sm.) Summerh. 1957

~Sarcopodium coelogyne (Rchb. f.) Rolfe 1910 - See Epigeneium amplum [Rchb.f] Summerh. 1957

~Sarcopodium cymbidioides Rolfe 1910 - See Epigeneium cymbidioides [Bl]Summerh. 1957

~Sarcopodium dearei hort. 1883 - See Bulbophyllum dearei Rchb. f. 1888

~Sarcopodium fargesii (Finet) Tang & F.T.Wang 1951 - See Epigeneium fargesii (Finet) Gagnep. 1932

~Sarcopodium fuscescens (Griff.) Lindl. 1853 - See Epigeneium fuscescens (Griff.) Summerh. 1957

~Sarcopodium geminatum (Blume) Rolfe 1910 - See Epigeneium geminatum (Blume) Summerh. 1957

~Sarcopodium godseffianum Sander 1890 - See Bulbophyllum dearei Rchb. f. 1888

~Sarcopodium grandiflorum (Griff.) Lindl. 1853 - See Bulbophyllum grandiflorum Blume 1847

~*Sarcopodium griffithii Lindl. 1853 - See Bulbophyllum griffithii (Lindl.) Rchb. f. 1864

~Sarcopodium kinabaluense (Ridl.) Rolfe 1910 - See Epigeneium kinabaluense (Ridl.) Summerh. 1957

~Sarcopodium langbianense Guillaumin 1960 - See Epigeneium cacuminis (Gagnep.) Summerh. 1957

~Sarcopodium leopardinum (Lindl.) Lindl. & Paxton 1850-1 - See Bulbophyllum leopardinum (Wall.) Lindl. 1830

~Sarcopodium lobbii Lindley 1850-1 - See Bulbophyllum lobbii Lindley 1847

~Sarcopodium lobbii Lindley var henshallii Henfr. - See Bulbophyllum lobbii Lindley 1847

~Sarcopodium longipes (Hook.f.) Rolfe 1910 - See Epigeneium longipes (Hook. f.) Summerh. 1957

~Sarcopodium lyonii (Ames) Rolfe 1910 - See Epigeneium treacherianum (Rchb. f. ex Hook. f.) Summerh. 1957

~*Sarcopodium macranthum Lindley 1850-1 - See Bulbophyllum macranthum [Lindley]Lindley 1844

~Sarcopodium macropodum (Hook.f.) Rolfe 1910 - See Epigeneium macropodum (Hook.f.) Summerh. 1957

~Sarcopodium megalanthum (Griff.) Lindl. 1853 - See Bulbophyllum cheiri Lindl. 1844

~Sarcopodium parvulum (Rolfe) Kraenzl. 1910 - See Dendrobium parvulum Rolfe 1899

~Sarcopodium perakense (Hook. f.) Kraenzl. 1910 - See Eria javanica (Sw.) Blume 1836

~Sarcopodium pileatum (Lindl.) Lindl. 1853 - See Bulbophyllum pileatum Lindl. 1844

~Sarcopodium prasinum (Lindl.) Kraenzl 1910 - See Dendrobium prasinum Lindl. 1859

~Sarcopodium psitiacoglossum [Rchb.f] Hkr. 1863 - See Bulbophyllum psittacoglossum Rchb. f. 1863

~Sarcopodium purpureum Rchb.f 1859 - See Bulbophyllum macranthum [Lindley] Lindley 1844

~Sarcopodium reinwardtii Lindl. 1853 - See Bulbophyllum uniflorum [Bl.]Griff 1851

~*Sarcopodium rotundatum Lindl. 1853 - See Epigeneium rotundatum (Lindl.) Summerh. 1957

~Sarcopodium speculum (J.J.Sm.) Carr 1935 - See Epigeneium speculum (J.J.Sm.) Summerh. 1957

~*Sarcopodium stella-silvae Loher & Kraenzl. 1909 - See Epigeneium stella-silvae (Loher & Kraenzl.) Summerh. 1957

~Sarcopodium striatum (Griff.) Lindl. 1853 - See Bulbophyllum striatum (Griff.) Rchb.f. 1861

~Sarcopodium suberectum Ridl. 1914 - See Epigeneium kinabaluense (Ridl.) Summerh. 1957

~Sarcopodium sulphuratum (Ridl.) Rolfe 1910 - See Epigeneium zebrinum (J.J.Sm.) Summerh. 1957

~Sarcopodium treacherianum (Rchb.f. ex Hook.f.) Rolfe 1910 - See Epigeneium treacherianum (Rchb. f. ex Hook. f.) Summerh. 1957

~Sarcopodium triflorum (Blume) Rolfe 1910 - See Epigeneium triflorum (Blume) Summerh. 1957

~Sarcopodium uniflorum (Griff.) Lindl.1853 - See Bulbophyllum pteroglossum Schltr. 1919

~Sarcopodium zebrinum (J.J.Sm.) Kraenzl. 1910 - See Epigeneium zebrinum (J.J.Sm.) Summerh. 1957

~Sarcorhynchus Schlechter 1918 - See Diaphananthe Schlechter 1914 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aerangidinae

~Sarcorhynchus bilobatus Summerh. 1945 - See Rhipidoglossum bilobatum (Summerh.) Szlach. & Olszewski 2001

~Sarcorhynchus polyanthus (Kraenzl.) Schltr. 1918 - See Rhipidoglossum polyanthum (Kraenzl.) Szlach. & Olszewski 2001

~Sarcorhynchus saccolabioides Schltr. 1918 - See Rhipidoglossum polyanthum (Kraenzl.) Szlach. & Olszewski 2001

Sarcostoma Bl. 1825 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Podochileae, SUBTRIBE Eriinae .

There are 5 species in this small sized, epiphytic genus with short, branched rhizomes giving rise to short, close set stems carrying 1 to 3 leaves and blooms on very short, terminal, single flowered inflorescence with resupinate, flowers with lateral sepals and the column foot form a mentum like in most Dendrobium, the lip is trilobed, there are 4 pollina and the column does not have the arms which are always present in Ceratostylis.

Common Name or Meaning The Fleshy Lip Orchid

Type Species = ! = Sarcostoma javanica Bl. 1825

  1. !Sarcostoma javanica Bl. 1825

    Part shadeHotTo Warm LATEWinter EARLYSpring

    ~Sarcostoma lineare [Ridl] Carr 1929 - See Sarcostoma javanica Bl. 1825

  2. Sarcostoma sp

~Sarracenella Luer 1981 - See Pleurothallis R. Brown 1813 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Pleurothallidinae.

~Sarracenella asaroides (Kraenzl.) Luer 1981 - See Pleurothallis asaroides (Kraenzl.) Luer 1986

~Sarracenella pubescens (Barb. Rodr.) Luer 1981 - See Pleurothallis sarracenia Luer 1986

~` Satyridium Lindl. 1838 - See Satyrium Swartz 1800 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Orchideae, SUBTRIBE Orchidinae

~Satyridium rostratum Lindl. 1838 - See Satyrium rhynchanthum Bolus 1882

Satyrium Swartz 1800 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Orchideae, SUBTRIBE Orchidinae

There are 91 species in this typically African terrestrial genus with rounded tubers that is found in constantly moist rocky fields or meadows. It has 5 species from Madagascar and 2 that are found in Asia. This terrestrial genus has sessile, undivided tubers and basal leaves on the flowering stem as well as on a separate sterile shoot and blooms on a terminal, spicate, few to many flowered inflorescence with bracts that are often reflexed and carrying non-resupinate, often showy flowers with a non-twisted, 6 ribbed ovary. The sepals are entire, more or less united to the petals and lip at the base, the dorsal sepal is linear to oblong, the lateral sepals are obliquely oblong, the petals are spathulate to lanceolate, and the lip is twice spurred, erect, more or less hooded and has a broad to narrow mouth and a recurved apex. The column is erect and incurved, the stigma forms the upper part of the column and is cushion-like to hooded and 3 lobed. There are 2 pollina, a 3 lobed rostellum and 2 viscidia that are attached to the pollina by caudicles

Common Name or Meaning Named for the Satyr a goat-man creature of mythology, refers to the 2 horn-like, double spur

Type Species = ! = Orchis bicornis L. 1760 = Satyrium bicorne [L.]Thunb. 1800

Synonyms `Aviceps Lindl. 1838; Diplecthrum Pers. 1807

  1. Satyrium aberrans Summerh. 1996

    SECTION Leucocomus Schlechter

    Part Sun Cool Cold fall

    ~Satyrium aceras Schltr. 1922 - See Satyrium nepalense D.Don 1825

    ~*Satyrium aculeatum L.f. 1782 - See Eulophia aculeata (L.f.) Spreng. 1826

  2. Satyrium acuminatum Lindl. 1838

    SUBGENUS Satyrium

    LATE EARLY

    ~Satyrium acutirostrum Summerh.1931 - See Satyrium sceptrum Schltr. 1915

    ~*Satyrium adnatum Sw. 1788 - See Pelexia adnata (Sw.) Poit. ex Rich 1818

  3. Satyrium aethiopicum Summerh. 1958

    LATE EARLIER

    ~*Satyrium albidum Linne 1753 - See Pseudorchis albida (Linne) A. & D. Löve 1969

    ~Satyrium albiflorum A.Rich. 1841 - See Satyrium nepalense D.Don 1825

    ~Satyrium alpinum (L.) Pers. 1807 - See Chamorchis alpina (Linne) L.C.M. Richard 1886

    ~Satyrium alpinum Schmidt 1893 - See Coeloglossum viride (Linne) Hartman 1820

  4. Satyrium amblyosaccos Schltr. 1915

    SUBGENUS Leucocomos

    LATE

  5. Satyrium amoenum (Thouars) A.Rich. 1828

    Part sunCool to Summer

    ~Satyrium amoenum var. tsaratananae H.Perrier 1939 - See Satyrium amoenum (Thouars) A.Rich. 1828

    ~Satyrium amoenum var. tsaratananae H.Perrier ex Hermans 2007 - See Satyrium amoenum (Thouars) A.Rich. 1828

  6. Satyrium anomalum Schltr. 1897

    SECTION Chlorocorys

    ~Satyrium anthropomorpha Pers. 1807 - See Orchis anthropophora (L.) All. 1785

    ~Satyrium anthropophora Pers. 1807 - See Orchis anthropophora (L.) All. 1785

    ~ Satyrium aphyllum Schltr. 1897 - See Satyrium parviflorum Sw. 1800

    ~Satyrium atherstonei Rchb. f. 1881 - See Satyrium trinerve Lindl. 1838

    ~Satyrium atlanticum (Willd.) Lindl. 1835 - See Neotinea maculata (Desfontaines) Stearn 1975

    ~Satyrium aureum Paxton 1849 - See Satyrium coriifolium Sw. 1800

    ~Satyrium barbatum (L.f.) Thunb. 1794 - See Disa barbata (L.f.) Sw. 1800

    ~Satyrium beyrichianum Kraenzl. 1898 - See Satyrium neglectum Schltr. 1895

  7. Satyrium bicallosum Thunb. 1794

    SUBGENUS Brachysaccium

    LATE EARLY

  8. !Satyrium bicorne (L.) Thunb. 1794

    SUBGENUS Satyrium TYPE for subgenus

    FragrancePart sun Cold

    ~*Satyrium bifidum Thunb. 1794 - See Disa bifida Sw. 1800

    ~Satyrium bifolium (L.) Wahlenb. 1826 - See Platanthera bifolia (Linne) L.C.M. Richard 1817

    ~Satyrium bifolium A.Rich. 1840 - See Satyrium aethiopicum Summerh. 1958

    ~Satyrium bowiei Rolfe 1912 - See Satyrium bracteatum (L.f.) Thunb. 1794

  9. Satyrium brachypetalum A.Rich. 1850

    ~Satyrium brachyrhynchum Schltr. 1915 - See Satyrium macrophyllum Lindl. 1838

    ~Satyrium bracteale Salisb. 1812 - See Coeloglossum viride [L.]Hartm. 1820

  10. Satyrium bracteatum (L.f.) Thunb. 1794

    SUBGENUS Brachysaccium

    Partial shade Cool Cold Spring

    ~Satyrium bracteatum Pers. 1807 - See Coeloglossum viride [L.]Hartm. 1820

    ~Satyrium bracteatum Lindl. 1838 - See Satyrium retusum Lindl.1838

  11. Satyrium breve Rolfe 1898

    SUBGENUS Leucocomos

    ~Satyrium breve var. minor Summerh. 1937 - See Satyrium breve Rolfe 1898

  12. Satyrium buchananii Schltr.1897

    SECTION Leptocentrum

    Fragrance Part Sun Cool Cold LATESpring EARLY Summer

    ~Satyrium buchananii Rolfe 1898 - See Satyrium macrophyllum Lindl. 1838

    ~Satyrium calceatum Ridl. 1885 - See Disa buchenaviana Kraenzl. 1882

  13. Satyrium candidum Lindl. 1838

    SUBGENUS Satyrium

    FragrancePartial sun Cool Spring

    ~Satyrium capense L. 1760 - See Eulophia aculeata (L.f.) Spreng. 1826

    ~Satyrium capense (P.J.Bergius) Houtt. 1780 - See Acrolophia capensis (P.J.Bergius) Fourc.1932

  14. Satyrium carneum (Dryand.) Sims 1812

    SUBGENUS Satyrium

    Full SunColdSpring

  15. Satyrium carsonii Rolfe 1898

    SECTION Satyrium

    LATE

    ~Satyrium cassideum Lindl. 1838 - See Satyrium parviflorum Sw. 1800

    ~*Satyrium cernuum Thunb. 1794 - See Disa cernua [Thunb.] Sw. 1800

    ~Satyrium cheirophorum Rolfe 1898 - See Satyrium macrophyllum Lindl. 1838

  16. Satyrium chlorocorys Rchb.f. ex Rolfe 1898

    SECTION Chlorocorys TYPE for the section

    LATE

    ~Satyrium chrysostachyum Herschel 1838 - See Satyrium coriifolium Sw. 1800

    ~Satyrium ciliatum Lindl. 1838 - See Satyrium nepalense D.Don 1825

    ~Satyrium colliferum Schltr. 1915 - See Satyrium neglectum Schltr. 1895

  17. Satyrium comptum Summerh. 1966

    SECTION Chlorocorys

    Fragrant Part Sun Cold Summer

  18. Satyrium confusum Summerh. 1966

    SECTION Chlorocorys

    Part Sun Cool Cold Summer

    ~Satyrium conopseum (L.) Wahlenb. 1826 - See Gymnadenia conopsea (Linne) R. Brown 1813

    ~Satyrium conopseum var. densiflorum (Wahlenb.) Wahlenb. 1826 - See Gymnadenia densiflora (Wahlenb.) A.Dietr. 1839

    ~Satyrium cordifolium Lindl. 1838 - See Satyrium bracteatum (L.f.) Thunb. 1794

  19. Satyrium coriifolium Sw. 1800

    SUBGENUS Satyrium

    Full SunColdLATEWinterSpring

  20. Satyrium coriophoroides A.Rich. 1840

    SUBGENUS Chlorocorys

    ~Satyrium coriophoroides var. sacculatum Rendle 1895 - See Satyrium coriophoroides A.Rich. 1840

    ~Satyrium cornutum (L.) Thunb. 1794 - See Disa cornuta (L.) Sw., Kongl. Vetensk 1800

    ~Satyrium cornutum L. 1760 - See - See Disa biflora (L.) Druce 1913 publ. 1914

  21. Satyrium crassicaule Rendle 1895

    SUBGENUS Leptocentrum

    MOSTLY LATE

  22. Satyrium cristatum Sond.1846

    SUBGENUS Satyrium

    Partial sun Cool Cold

    ~Satyrium cristatum var. longilabiatum A.V.Hall 1982 - See Satyrium cristatum Sond.1846

    ~Satyrium cucullatum Sw. 1800 - See Satyrium bicorne (L.) Thunb. 1794

    ~Satyrium cucullatum Lodd. 1818 - See Satyrium coriifolium Sw. 1800

    ~*Satyrium cylindricum Thunb 1794 - See Disa cylindrica (Thunb.) Sw. 1800

    ~Satyrium dahlianum (Kraenzl.) Kuntze 1903 - See Habenaria rumphii (Brongn.) Lindl. 1835

    ~Satyrium debile Bolus 1885 - See Satyrium retusum Lindl.1838

    ~Satyrium densiflorum Brot. 1804 - See Neotinea maculata (Desfontaines) Stearn 1975

    ~Satyrium densiflorum Lindl. 1838 - See Satyrium parviflorum Sw. 1800

    ~Satyrium densum Rolfe 1898 - See Satyrium neglectum Schltr. 1895

    ~*Satyrium diphyllum Link 1799 - See Gennaria diphylla (Link) Parl. 1958

    ~Satyrium dizygoceras Summerh. 1932 - See Satyrium volkensii Schltr. 1897

    ~Satyrium draconis (L.f.) Thunb.1794 - See Disa draconis (L.f.) Sw. 1800

    ~Satyrium dregei Rolfe 1912 - See Satyrium bracteatum (L.f.) Thunb. 1794

  23. Satyrium ecalcaratum Schltr. 1916

    LATE EARLY

    ~*Satyrium elatum Sw. 1788 - See Cyclopogon elatus (Sw.) Schltr. 1919

  24. Satyrium elongatum Rolfe 1898

    SUBGENUS Chlorocorys

    LATER

    ~Satyrium emarcidum Bolus 1885 - See Satyrium ligulatum Lindl. 1838

    ~*Satyrium epipogium Linne 1753 - See Epipogium aphyllum Swartz 1814

  25. Satyrium erectum Sw 1800

    SUBGENUS Satyrium Type for the Subgenus

    Fragrant Full SunCoolColdSpring

    ~Satyrium erectum (Pers.) Lindl. 1838 - See Satyrium coriifolium Sw. 1800

    ~Satyrium eriostomum Lindl. 1838 - See Satyrium parviflorum Sw. 1800

    ~Satyrium excelsum Thunb. 1794 - See Disa tripetaloides [Lf.] N.E. Br. 1889

    ~Satyrium fallax Schltr.1915 - See Satyrium chlorocorys Rchb.f. ex Rolfe 1898

    ~Satyrium fanniniae Rolfe 1912 - See Satyrium bracteatum (L.f.) Thunb. 1794

    ~Satyrium ferrugineum F.W. Schmidt 1893 - See Coeloglossum viride [L.]Hartm. 1820

    ~*Satyrium ferrugineum Thunb. 1794 - See Disa ferruginea [Thunb.]Sw. 1800

  26. Satyrium fimbriatum Summerh. 1932

    LATER

    ~Satyrium fischerianum Kraenzl. 1898 - See Satyrium crassicaule Rendle 1895

    ~ Satyrium flexuosum (L.) Thunb. 1794 -See Schizodium flexuosum (L.) Lindl. 1838

    ~ *Satyrium flexuosum Thouars 1822 - See Peristylus flexuosus (Thouars) S.Moore 1877

    ~Satyrium foliosum Lindl. 1838 - See Satyrium hallackii Bolus 1884

    ~Satyrium foliosum var. helonioides Lindl. 1838 - See Satyrium hallackii Bolus 1884

    ~Satyrium fuscum Hudson 1761 - See Coeloglossum viride (Linne) Hartman 1820

    ~Satyrium giganteum L.f. 1782 - See Eulophia speciosa (R.Br. ex Lindl.) Bolus 1889

    ~Satyrium gigas Ridl. 1886 - See Satyrium rostratum Lindl. 1838

    ~Satyrium gilletii De Wild. 1903 - See Satyrium coriophoroides A.Rich. 1840

    ~Satyrium goetzenianum Kraenzl. 1898 - See Satyrium crassicaule Rendle 1895

    ~Satyrium gracile Lindl. 1838 - See Satyrium amoenum (Thouars) A.Rich. 1828

    ~*Satyrium gramineum Thouars 1822 - See Cynorkis graminea (Thouars) Schltr. 1924

    ~Satyrium grandiflorum Thunb. 1794 - See Disa uniflora P.J. Bergius 1767

  27. Satyrium hallackii Bolus 1884

    SUBGENUS Macrophyllum

    Partial sun Cold

    ~Satyrium hallackii subsp. ballii (van der Niet & P.J.Cribb) van der Niet & P.J.Cribb 2007 - See Satyrium hallackii Bolus 1884

    ~Satyrium hallackii subsp. ocellatum (Bolus) A.V.Hall 1982 - See Satyrium hallackii Bolus 1884

    ~Satyrium hallackii var. ballii van der Niet & P.J.Cribb 2006 - See Satyrium hallackii Bolus 1884

    ~Satyrium henryi Schltr. 1919 - See Satyrium nepalense D.Don 1825

    ~*Satyrium hians L.f. 1782 - See Eulophia hians (L.f.) Spreng. 1826

    ~*Satyrium hiricinum L. 1753 - See Himantoglossum hircinum [L.]Sprengel 1826

    ~Satyrium hirsutum Gilib. 1792 - See Goodyera repens (Linne) R. Brown 1813

    ~*Satyrium hirtellum Sw. 1788 - See Microchilus hirtellus (Sw.) D.Dietr. 1852

  28. Satyrium humile Lindl. 1838

    SUBGENUS Satyrium

    Fragrance Partial shade Cold Spring

    ~Satyrium ivantalae Rchb.f. 1865 - See Satyrium cristatum Sond.1846

    ~Satyrium jacottetiae Kraenzl. 1929 - See Satyrium membranaceum Sw. 1800

    ~Satyrium jacottetianum Kraenzl. 1915 - See Satyrium longicauda Lindl. 1838

    ~Satyrium kassnerianum Kraenzl.1914 - See Satyrium buchananii Schltr.1897

    ~Satyrium kirkii Rolfe 1898 - See Satyrium crassicaule Rendle 1895

  29. Satyrium kitimboense Kraenzl. 1914

    SECTION Satyrium

    Part Sun Warm Cool Summer

    ~Satyrium kraenzlinii Rolfe 1898 - See Satyrium chlorocorys Rchb.f. ex Rolfe 1898

    ~Satyrium lanceum (Thunb. ex Sw.) Pers. 1807 - See Herminium lanceum (Thunb. ex Sw.) Vuikj. 1961

    ~Satyrium latifolium L.1760 - See Microchilus plantagineus (L.) D.Dietr 1852

    ~Satyrium latifolium Thouars 1822 - See Benthamia chlorantha (Spreng.) Garay & G.A.Romero 1998

    ~Satyrium leptopetalum Kraenzl. 1905 - See Satyrium volkensii Schltr. 1897

    ~Satyrium leucanthum Schltr. 1915 - See Satyrium carsonii Rolfe 1898

    ~Satyrium leucocomos Rchb.f. 1865 - See Satyrium trinerve Lindl. 1838

  30. Satyrium ligulatum Lindl. 1838

    SUBGENUS Satyrium

    Full sun Cold Spring

    ~Satyrium lindleyanum Bolus 1884 - See Satyrium retusum Lindl.1838

    ~Satyrium lineatum Lindl. 1838 - See Satyrium bracteatum (L.f.) Thunb. 1794

    ~Satyrium lingulatum Vill. 1787 - See Coeloglossum viride [L.]Hartm. 1820

    ~Satyrium longibracteatum Rolfe 1889 - See Satyrium trinerve Lindl. 1838

  31. Satyrium longicauda Lindl. 1838

    SECTION Leptocentrum type for section

    LATE

    ~Satyrium longicauda var. jacottetianum (Kraenzl.) A.V.Hall 1982 - See Satyrium longicauda Lindl. 1838

  32. Satyrium longicolle Lindl.1838

    SUBGENUS Satyrium

    ~Satyrium longissimum Rolfe 1898 - See Satyrium buchananii Schltr.1897

  33. Satyrium lupulinum Lindl. 1838

    SUBGENUS Satyrium

    ~Satyrium lydenburgense Rchb.f. 1881 - See Satyrium parviflorum Sw. 1800

  34. Satyrium macrophyllum Lindl. 1838

    SUBGENUS Macrophyllum

    Fragrance full sun Cool Cold Spring THROUGHFall

    ~Satyrium macrostachyum Hochst. ex A.Rich. 1850 - See Satyrium coriophoroides A.Rich. 1840

    ~*Satyrium maculatum Desfontaines 1799 - See Neotinea maculata (Desfontaines) Stearn 1975

    ~Satyrium maculatum Burch. ex Lindl. 1838 - See Satyrium longicolle Lindl.1838

    ~Satyrium mairei Schltr.1919 - See Satyrium nepalense D.Don 1825

    ~Satyrium marginatum Bolus 1884 - See Satyrium stenopetalum Lindl.1838

    ~Satyrium mechowianum Kraenzl. 1893 - See Satyrium trinerve Lindl. 1838

  35. Satyrium membranaceum Sw. 1800

    SUBGENUS Satyrium

    LATE EARLY

    ~Satyrium microcephalum Kraenzl. 1921 - See Satyrium yunnanense Rolfe 1913

  36. Satyrium microrrhynchum Schltr 1895

    SUBGENUS Brachysaccium [Schltr] Kurzweil & Linder 1999

    Part sun Cold Summer

    ~Satyrium militare Lindl. 1838 - See Satyrium sphaerocarpum Lindl. 1838

    ~Satyrium minax Rolfe 1898 - See Satyrium anomalum Schltr. 1897

  37. Satyrium mirum Summerh. 1966

    LATE EARLY

  38. Satyrium miserum Kraenzl. 1901

    SECTION Chlorocorys

    Part Sun Cold Fall

  39. Satyrium monadenum Schltr. 1915

    SECTION Leptocentrum

    Part Sun Cool Cold LATE Spring EARLY Summer

    ~Satyrium monopetalum Kraenzl. 1898 - See Satyrium trinerve Lindl. 1838

  40. Satyrium monophyllum Kraenzl. 1901

    ~Satyrium monorchis Pers. 1807 - See Herminium monorchis [L.]R.Br. 1813

    ~Satyrium morrumbalaensis De Wild. 1904 - See Satyrium macrophyllum Lindl. 1838

  41. Satyrium muticum Lindl. 1838

    SUBGENUS Satyrium

    LATER EARLY

    ~Satyrium mystacinum Kraenzl. 1898 - See Satyrium crassicaule Rendle 1895

  42. Satyrium neglectum Schltr. 1895

    SECTION Leptocentrum

    LATE

    ~Satyrium neglectum var. brevicalcar Summerh. 1966 - See Satyrium neglectum Schltr. 1895

    ~Satyrium neglectum subsp. woodii (Schltr.) A.V.Hall 1982 - See Satyrium neglectum Schltr. 1895

  43. Satyrium nepalense D.Don 1825

    FragranceFull shadeCoolColdSummer Fall

    ~Satyrium nepalense f. albiflorum (A.Rich.) Tuyama 1966 - See Satyrium nepalense D.Don 1825

    ~Satyrium nepalense var. ciliatum (Lindl.) Hook.f. 1890 - See Satyrium nepalense D.Don 1825

    ~Satyrium nepalense subsp. yunnanense (Rolfe) Soó 1929 - See Satyrium yunnanense Rolfe 1913

    ~Satyrium nigericum Hutch. 1921 - See Satyrium carsonii Rolfe 1898

    ~*Satyrium nigrum L. 1753 - See Gymnadenia nigra (L.) Rchb.f 1856

    ~Satyrium niloticum Rendle 1895 - See Satyrium crassicaule Rendle 1895

    ~Satyrium nutans Kraenzl.1898 - See Satyrium hallackii Bolus 1884

    ~Satyrium nuttii Rolfe 1898 - See Satyrium trinerve Lindl. 1838

    ~Satyrium nyassense Kraenzl. 1900 - See Satyrium buchananii Schltr. 1897

    ~Satyrium occultum Rolfe 1898 - See Satyrium trinerve Lindl. 1838

    ~Satyrium ocellatum Bolus 1893 - See Satyrium hallackii Bolus 1884

    ~Satyrium ochroleucum Bolus 1885 - See Satyrium humile Lindl. 1838

    ~Satyrium odoratissimum (L.) Wahlenb. 1826 - See Gymnadenia odoratissima (Linne) L.C.M. Richard 1818

  44. Satyrium odorum Sond. 1846

    SUBGENUS Chlorocorys

    Fragrance Part SunCold

  45. Satyrium oliganthum Schltr. 1915

    SUBGENUS Leucocomus

  46. Satyrium orbiculare Rolfe 1898

    SUBGENUS Satyrium

    ~Satyrium orchioides Sw. 1788 - See Sacoila lanceolata (Aubl.) Garay 1982

    ~*Satyrium orobanchoides L.f. 1782 -See Corycium orobanchoides (L.f.) Sw. 1800

  47. Satyrium outeniquense Schltr. 1897

    SUBGENUS Satyrium

    EARLIER

  48. Satyrium pallens S.D.Johnson & Kurzweil 1998

    SUBGENUS Satyrium

    LATE EARLY

    ~Satyrium pallidiflorum Schltr.1895 - See Satyrium lupulinum Lindl. 1838

    ~Satyrium pallidum A.Rich. 1841 - See Satyrium nepalense D.Don 1825

    ~ Satyrium paludicolum Schltr. 1895 - See Satyrium bracteatum (L.f.) Thunb. 1794

  49. Satyrium paludosum Rchb.f. 1865

    SECTION Leucocomus Schlechter

    Part Sun Cold LATER Spring

    ~Satyrium paludosum var. parvibracteatum Schltr. 1903 - See Satyrium oliganthum Schltr. 1915

    ~Satyrium papillosum Lindl. 1838 - See Satyrium erectum Sw 1800

    ~Satyrium papillosum Schltr. 1916 - See Satyrium amblyosaccos Schltr. 1915

    ~Satyrium papyretorum Schltr. 1916 - See Satyrium neglectum Schltr. 1895

    ~Satyrium parasiticum P. Br. 1756 - See Broughtonia sanguinea [Sw.]R.Br. 1789

  50. Satyrium parviflorum Sw. 1800

    LATE

    ~Satyrium parviflorum Pers. 1807 - See Neotinea maculata (Desfontaines) Stearn 1975

    ~Satyrium parviflorum Lindl. 1838 - See Satyrium stenopetalum Lindl.1838

    ~Satyrium parviflorum var. schimperi (Hochst. ex A.Rich.) Schltr.1901 - See Satyrium schimperi Hochst. ex A.Rich. 1850

    ~Satyrium pedicellatum L.f. 1782 - See Eulophia aculeata (L.f.) Spreng. 1826

    ~Satyrium pentadactylum Kraenzl. 1898 - See Satyrium cristatum Sond.1846

    ~ Satyrium pentherianum Kraenzl. 1901 - See Satyrium pygmaeum Sond. 1846

    ~Satyrium perrieri Schltr. 1924 - See Satyrium amoenum (Thouars) A.Rich. 1828

    ~Satyrium perrottetianum A.Rich. 1841 - See Satyrium nepalense D.Don 1825

    ~Satyrium pictum Lindl. 1838 - See Satyrium bracteatum (L.f.) Thunb. 1794

    ~*Satyrium plantaginea L. 1759 - See Microchilus plantagineus (L.) D.Dietr 1852

    ~Satyrium platystigma Schltr. 1924 - See Satyrium longicauda Lindl. 1838

    ~*Satyrium praealtum Thouars 1822 - See Habenaria praealta (Thouars) Spreng. 1826

  51. Satyrium princeae Kraenzl. 1902

    SUBGENUS Satyrium

  52. Satyrium princeps Bolus 1888

    SUBGENUS Satyrium

    ~Satyrium proschii Briq. 1903 - See Satyrium trinerve Lindl. 1838

  53. Satyrium pulchrum S.D.Johnson & Kurzweil 1998

    SUBGENUS Satyrium

    LATER EARLY

  54. Satyrium pumilum Thunb. 1794

    SUBGENUS Brachysaccium

    Fragrance Part sun Cold to Cool

    ~ Satyrium pustulatum Lindl. 1840 - See Satyrium erectum Sw 1800

    ~Satyrium pycnostachyum Schltr. 1921 - See Satyrium yunnanense Rolfe 1913

  55. Satyrium pygmaeum Sond. 1846

    SUBGENUS Brachysaccium

    ~*Satyrium repens Linne 1753 - See Goodyera repens (Linne) R. Brown 1813

    ~Satyrium repens Michx. 1803 - See Goodyera pubescens (Willd.) R.Br. 1813

  56. Satyrium retusum Lindl.1838

    SUBGENUS Brachysaccium [Schltr] Kurzweil & Linder 1999 TYPE for Subgenus

    to EARLIER

  57. Satyrium rhodanthum Schltr. 1907

    SECTION Leptocentrum

  58. Satyrium rhynchanthoides Schltr. 1915

    SUBGENUS Leptocentrum

    Full SunCoolCold EARLIERSummer

  59. Satyrium rhynchanthum Bolus 1882

    SUBGENUS Brachysaccium

    Fragrant Full SunCoolColdSpring

  60. Satyrium riparium Rchb.f. 1865

    SUBGENUS Chlorocorys

    Full SunWarmCold Spring EARLYSummer

  61. Satyrium robustum Schltr. 1915

    Full SunCold WinterEARLY Spring

    ~ *Satyrium rosellatum Thouars 1822 - See Cynorkis rosellata (Thouars) Bosser 1997

  62. Satyrium rostratum Lindl. 1838

    Part sun Warm toCold LATESpring to Summer

    ~*Satyrium rufescens Thunb.1794 - See Disa rufescens (Thunb.) Sw. 1800

  63. Satyrium rupestre Schltr. 1897

    SUBGENUS Satyrium

    Fragrance Part ShadeCold LATER Spring

    ~Satyrium sacculatum (Rendle) Rolfe 1898 - See Satyrium coriophoroides A.Rich. 1840

    ~Satyrium sagittale (L.f.) Thunb. 1794 - See Disa sagittalis (L. f.) Sw. 1800

    ~Satyrium saxicolum Bolus 1884 - See Satyrium bracteatum (L.f.) Thunb. 1794

    ~Satyrium scanense L. ex Steud. 1821- See Pseudorchis albida (Linne) A. & D. Löve 1969

  64. Satyrium sceptrum Schltr. 1915

    SECTION Leptocentrum

    Part Sun Cool Cold Fall

  65. Satyrium schimperi Hochst. ex A.Rich. 1850

    SECTION Chlorocorys

    Part Sun Cool Cold Summer

    ~Satyrium schinzii T.Durand & Kraenzl. 1899 - See Satyrium trinerve Lindl. 1838

    ~Satyrium schlechteri Rolfe 1912 - See Satyrium pygmaeum Sond. 1846

    ~Satytrium secundum Thunb. 1794 - See Disa racemosa L. f. 1782

    ~Satyrium setchuenicum Kraenzl.1900 - See Satyrium nepalense D.Don 1825

  66. Satyrium shirense Rolfe 1898

    SECTION Chlorocorys

    Part Sun Cool Cold Fall

  67. Satyrium situsanguinum van der Niet & Liltved 2009

    SUBGENUS Satyrium

    Fragrance Part ShadeCold Spring

    ~Satyrium spathulatum (L.f.) Thunb.1794 - See Disa spathulata (L.f.) Sw. 1800

    ~Satyrium speciosum Rolfe 1898 - See Satyrium macrophyllum Lindl. 1838

  68. Satyrium sphaeranthum Schltr. 1915

    SUBGENUS Chlorocorys

    Part ShadeCold Fall

  69. Satyrium sphaerocarpum Lindl. 1838

    SECTION Leptocentrum

    Fragrant><img src= Cool Spring EARLY Fall

    ~Satyrium spirale Sw. 1788 - See Spiranthes torta (Thunb.) Garay & H.R.Sweet 1974

    ~*Satyrium spirale Thouars 1822 - See Benthamia spiralis (Thouars) A.Rich. 1828

  70. Satyrium stenopetalum Lindl.1838

    SUBGENUS Satyrium

    ~Satyrium stenopetalum subsp. brevicalcaratum (Bolus) A.V.Hall 1982 - See Satyrium stenopetalum Lindl.1838

    ~Satyrium stenopetalum var. brevicalcaratum Bolus 1896 - See Satyrium stenopetalum Lindl.1838

    ~Satyrium stolzianum Kraenzl. 1902 - See Satyrium buchananii Schltr.1897

    ~Satyrium stolzii Kraenzl. 1912 - See Satyrium coriophoroides A.Rich. 1840

  71. Satyrium striatum Thunb. 1794

    SUBGENUS Brachysaccium

    Fragrance Part Shade Cold LATEWinter EARLYSpring

    ~*Satyrium tabulare L.f. 1782 - See Eulophia tabularis (L.f.) Bolus 1888

    ~Satyrium tenellum (L.f.) Thunb. 1794 - See Disa tenella (L.f.) Sw.1800

    ~Satyrium tenii Schltr. 1921 - See Satyrium nepalense D.Don 1825

    ~Satyrium tenuifolium Kraenzl. 1898 - See Satyrium parviflorum Sw. 1800

    ~Satyrium tortum Thunb. 1794 - See - See Disa biflora (L.) Druce 1913 publ. 1914

    ~Satyrium trachypetalum Kraenzl. 1898 - See Satyrium volkensii Schltr. 1897

    ~Satyrium trifidum Vill. 1787 - See Pseudorchis albida (Linne) A. & D. Löve 1969

  72. Satyrium trinerve Lindl. 1838

    SUBGENUS Trinervia

    Part sun Warm to Cool LATESpring EARLYSummer

    ~Satyrium triphyllum Kraenzl., Bot. Jahrb. Syst. 24: 504 (1898 - See Satyrium trinerve Lindl. 1838

    ~Satyrium triste L.f. 1782 - See Acrolophia capensis (P.J.Bergius) Fourc.1932

    ~Satyrium tschangii Schltr. 1924 - See Satyrium nepalense D.Don 1825

    ~Satyrium unifolium Schltr. 1915 - See Satyrium princeae Kraenzl. 1902

    ~ Satyrium usambarae Kraenzl. 1902 - See Satyrium crassicaule Rendle 1895

    ~Satyrium utriculatum Sond. 1846 - See Satyrium candidum Lindl. 1838

    ~Satyrium vallisoletanum Lex. 1825 - See Sarcoglottis schaffneri (Rchb.f.) Ames 1905

    ~Satyrium virescens (Muhl. ex Willd.) Pers. 1807 - See Coeloglossum viride (Linne) Hartman 1820

    ~*Satyrium viride Linne 1753 - See Coeloglossum viride (Linne) Hartman 1820

  73. Satyrium volkensii Schltr. 1897

    SECTION Chlorocorys

    ~Satyrium wightianum Lindl. 1838 - See Satyrium nepalense D.Don 1825

    ~Satyrium wilmsianum Kraenzl.1898 - See Satyrium parviflorum Sw. 1800

    ~Satyrium woodii Schltr. 1895 - See Satyrium neglectum Schltr. 1895

  74. Satyrium yunnanense Rolfe 1913

    Partial sunCold LATE Summer

    ~Satyrium yunnanense car longispica Kurzweil & Suksathan 2009 - See Satyrium yunnanense Rolfe 1913

    ~Satyrium zombense Rolfe 1898 - See Satyrium trinerve Lindl. 1838

`Saundersia Rchb. f. 1866 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae, SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae.

There are two species in this southeastern Brazil, cold to cool growing epiphytic genus

Common Name or Meaning Named for William Saunders, English Plant Enthusiast 1800's]

Type Species = ! = Saundersia mirabilis Rchb. f. 1866

    ~Saundersia bicallosa Ruschi 1955 - See Saundersia paniculata Brade 1941

  1. !Saundersia mirabilis Rchb. f. 1866

    Part shadeColdCoolFall

  2. Saundersia paniculata Brade 1941

    Part shadeColdCoolFall

Sauroglossum Lindl. 1833 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Cranichideae SUBTRIBE Spiranthinae

A warm to cold growing, terrestrial genus in very wet montane forests at elevations of 1000 to 3000 meters consisting of 11 species occurring in South America with a basal rosette of narrowly elliptical leaves, a terminal inflorescence carrying non-resupinate flowers with the dorsalsepal and petals attached to the column base, free sepalsthat are basally oblique and have straight apices. The lateral sepals do not form a mentum, the lip is unguiculate, not excavate and is sagitate basally, has an elongate colum with a long decurrent foot, the membraneous rostellum stands up, the stigmata lateral on the sides of the rostellum and the 4 soft pollina.

Common Name or Meaning refers to the lizard-like appearance of the flowers lip

Type Species = ! = Sauroglossum elatum Lindl. 1830

  1. Sauroglossum aurantiacum (C.Schweinf.) Garay 1978

    ~Sauroglossum candidum Kraenzl. 1911 - See Spiranthes tenuis Lindl. 1840

  2. Sauroglossum corymbosum (Lindl.) Garay 1978

    ~Sauroglossum cranichoides (Griseb.) Ames 1904 - See Cyclopogon cranichoides (Griseb.) Schltr. 1920

  3. !Sauroglossum elatum Lindl. 1830

  4. Sauroglossum longiflorum (Schltr.) Garay 1978

    ~Sauroglossum nigricans Schltr. 1918 - See Cyclopogon cranichoides (Griseb.) Schltr. 1920

  5. Sauroglossum nitidum (Vell.) Schltr. 1920

    ~Sauroglossum nitidum var. andinum Hauman 1920 - See Sauroglossum elatum Lindl. 1830

    ~Sauroglossum richardii Ames 1905 - See Cyclopogon elatus (Sw.) Schltr. 1919

    ~*Sauroglossum tenue Lindl. 1858 - See Spiranthes tenuis Lindl. 1840

~Sauvetrea Szlach. 2007 publ. 2006 - See Maxillaria Ruiz and Pavon 1794 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae, SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae.

~Sauvetrea acuminata (Lindl.) Szlach.2007 publ. 2006 - See Maxillaria acuminata Lindl. 1845

~Sauvetrea alpestris (Lindl.) Szlach. 2007 publ. 2006 - See Maxillaria alpestris Lindley 1845

~Sauvetrea cornuta (C.Schweinf.) M.A.Blanco 2007 - See Maxillaria cornuta C.Schweinf. 1945

~Sauvetrea grandimentum (C.Schweinf.) Szlach.2007 publ. 2006 - See Maxillaria grandimentum C. Schweinf. 1944

~Sauvetrea laevilabris (Lindl.) M.A.Blanco 2007 - See Maxillaria laevilabris Lindl. 1845

~Sauvetrea mathewsii (Lindl.) Szlach., Richardiana 7: 29 (2007 publ. 2006 - See Maxillaria matthewsii Lindley 1844

~Sauvetrea trigona (C.Schweinf.) Szlach. 2007 publ. 2006 - See Maxillaria trigona C.Schweinf. 1945

~Sauvetrea trigona subsp. amaroensis (D.E.Benn. & Christenson) M.A.Blanco 2007 - See Maxillaria trigona C.Schweinf. 1945

~Sayeria Krzl. 1894 - See Dendrobium Sw. 1799 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE ?, SUBTRIBE Dendrobiinae.

~Sayeria aberrans (Schltr.) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium aberrans Schltr. 1912

~Sayeria alexandrae (Schltr.) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium alexandrae Schltr. 1912

~Sayeria amphigenya (Ridl.) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium amphigenyum Ridl. 1916

~Sayeria armeniaca (P.J.Cribb) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium armeniacum P.J.Cribb 1981

~Sayeria atroviolacea (Rolfe) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium atroviolaceum Rolfe 1890

~Sayeria bairdiana (F.M.Bailey) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium fellowsii F. Muell. 1870

~Sayeria bifalcis (Lindl.) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium bifalce Lindl. 1843

~Sayeria bilocularis (J.J. Sm.) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium biloculare J.J. Sm. 1925

~Sayeria convoluta (Rolfe) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium convolutum Rolfe 1906

~Sayeria dendrocolloides (J.J. Sm.) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium dendrocolloides J.J.Smith 1913

~Sayeria euryantha (Schltr.) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium euryanthum Schltr. 1905

~Sayeria eustachya (Schltr.) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium forbesii Ridl. 1886

~Sayeria eximia (Schltr.) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium eximium Schltr. 1906

~Sayeria finisterrae (Schltr.) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium finisterrae Schltr. 1912

~Sayeria forbesii (Ridl.) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium atroviolaceum Rolfe 1890

~Sayeria incurvilabia (Schltr.) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium dendrocolloides J.J.Sm. 1913

~Sayeria johnsoniae (F. Muell.) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium johnsoniae F. Muell. 1882

~Sayeria macrophylla (A. Rich.) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium macrophyllum A. Richard not Lindley 1834

~Sayeria mayandyi (T.M.Reeve & Renz) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium mayandyi T.M.Reeve & Renz 1981

~Sayeria mooreana (Lindl.) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium mooreanum Lindl. 1851

~Sayeria muscifera (Schltr.) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium macrophyllum A. Richard 1834

~Sayeria otaguroana (A.D.Hawkes) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium otaguroanum A.D.Hawkes 1957

~Sayeria pachystele (Schltr.) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium pachystele Schltr.1912

~Sayeria paradoxa Kraenzl. 1894 - See Dendrobium cruttwellii T.M.Reeve 1980

~Sayeria palawensis (Schltr.) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium macrophyllum A. Richard 1834

~Sayeria paradoxa Kraenzlin 1894 - See Dendrobium cruttwellii Reeve 1980

~Sayeria polysema (Schltr.) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium polysema Schlechter 1906

~Sayeria pseudotokai (Kraenzl.) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium macranthum A.Rich.1834

~Sayeria psyche (Kraenzl.) M.A.Clem. & D.L.Jones 2002 - See Dendrobium macrophyllum A. Richard 1834

~Sayeria punamensis (Schltr.) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium punamense Schltr.1905

~Sayeria rhodosticta (F. Muell. & Kraenzl.) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium rhodostictum F. Muell. & Kraenzl 1894

~Sayeria rhomboglossa (J.J.Sm.) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium rigidifolium Rolfe 1899

~Sayeria rigidifolia (Rolfe) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium rigidifolium Rolfe 1899

~Sayeria ruginosa (Ames) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium ruginosum Ames 1933

~Sayeria simplex (J.J.Sm.) Rauschert 1983 - See Epigeneium simplex (J.J.Sm.) Summerh. 1957

~Sayeria spectabilis (Blume) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium spectabile (Blume) Miq. 1859

~Sayeria subquadrata (J.J. Sm.) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium sikini Schltr. 1912

~Sayeria terrestris (J.J.Sm.) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium terrestre J.J.Sm. 1911

~ Sayeria torricellensis [Schltr.] Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium torricellense Schltr. 1905

~Sayeria wisselensis (P.J.Cribb) Rauschert 1983 - See Dendrobium wisselense P.J.Cribb 1981

~Scandederis Thouars 1822 - See Hederorkis Thouars 1809 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Calypsoeae

~!Scandederis scandens Thouars 1822 - See Hederorkis scandens Thouars 1822

Scaphosepalum Pfitz. 1888 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Pleurothallidinae

There are about 47 species of these odd, primarily tufted, epiphytic, creeping orchids with a lateral inflorescence from an annulus low on the ramicaul, the raceme has successive,non-resupinate flowers that is unique in the Pleurothallidinae. They are found in mossy cloud forests from Guatemala to Peru at elevations of 500 to 3000 meters. The plant morphology of this genus is similar to Masdevallia from which many of these species were removed and can be miniature to medium sized. The flowers are small and nonresupinate and hold the lateral sepals high which often extend to slender tails similar to insect antennae. The petals are small and fleshy. The column is winged and strongly curved bearing two piriform pollina with caudicles at the apex and a long foot at the base from which the lip is articulated and it has a prominent cushion-like callus on the inside of the lateral sepals near the apex.

Common Name or Meaning refers to the fused sepals forming a basin

Type Species = ! = Masdevallia octhodes Rchb.f 1888 = Scaphosephalum octhodes [Rchb.f] Pfitzer 1888 = Scaphosepalum verrucosum (Rchb. f.) Pfitzer 1888

    ~Scaphosepalum amethystinum (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1921 - See Porroglossum amethystinum (Rchb. f.) Garay 1967

  1. Scaphosepalum anchoriferum (Rchb. f.) Rolfe 1890

    SECTION Leiocaulium Luer 1988

    Full shade Warm Cool Spring Summer Fall

  2. Scaphosepalum andreettae Luer 1985

    SECTION Leiocaulium Luer 1988

    Full shade Warm to Cool Spring

  3. Scaphosepalum antenniferum Rolfe 1890

    SECTION Scaphosepalum

    Full shade < Cool img src="orphotdir/tempcold.jpg" alt="Cold"> Spring

    ~Scaphosepalum antioquiense Kraenzl. 1922 - See Porroglossum mordax (Rchb. f.) Luer 1970

  4. Scaphosepalum beluosum Luer 1979

    SECTION Leiocaulium Luer 1988

    Full shade Cool Cold FallWinterEARLYSpring

  5. Scaphosepalum bicolor Luer & R.Escobar 1981

    SECTION Leiocaulium Luer 1988

    Fall

  6. Scaphosepalum bicristatum Luer 2002

  7. Scaphosepalum breve (Rchb. f.) Rolfe 1890

    SECTION Scaphosepalum

    Full shadeWarm Cold LaterSummer Fall EARLYWinter

    ~Scaphosepalum carpophorum (Kraenzl.) Garay 1967 - See Pleurothallis tripterantha Rchb.f 1854

  8. Scaphosepalum cimex Luer & Hirtz 1988

    SECTION Leiocaulinum Luer 1988

    Full shadeWarmCoolWinter

  9. Scaphosepalum clavellatum Luer 1976

    SECTION Distichium Luer 1988

    Full shade Warm Spring Summer Fall

  10. Scaphosepalum cloesii Luer 1998

    SECTION Leiocaulium Luer 1988

  11. Scaphosepalum dalstroemii Luer 1984

    SECTION Leiocaulium Luer 1988

    Part shade Cold Summer

  12. Scaphosepalum decorum Luer & R. Escobar 1982

    SECTION Distichium Luer 1988

    Full shade Cool Fall

  13. Scaphosepalum delhierroi Luer & Hirtz 1991

    Deep Shade Warm Cool

  14. Scaphosepalum digitale Luer & Hirtz 1991

    SECTION Leiocaulium Luer 1988

  15. Scaphosepalum dodsonii Luer 1983

    SECTION Leiocaulium Luer 1988

    ~Scaphosepalum echidna (Rchb. f.) Schltr. 1920 - See Porroglossum echidna (Rchb. f.) Garay 1953

    ~Scaphosepalum elasmatopus Schltr. 1913 - See Scaphosepalum microdactylum Rolfe 1893

  16. Scaphosepalum endresianum Kraenzl. 1921

    SECTION Leiocaulium Luer 1988

    See also Scaphosepalum anchoriferum

    Full shadeWarm

    ~Scaphosepalum erinaceum (Rchb. f.) Schltr. 1920 - See *Masdevallia erinacea Rchb. f. 1877

    ~Scaphosepalum escobarianum Garay 1971 - See Scaphosepalum grande Kraenzl. 1922

  17. Scaphosepalum fimbriatum Luer & Hirtz 1988

    SECTION Leiocaulium Luer 1988

    Full shade Warm to HotWinter SpringSummer Fall

  18. Scaphosepalum gibberosum (Rchb. f.) Rolfe 1890

    SECTION Scaphosepalum

    Full shade Coldto Cool Falland Spring

  19. Scaphosepalum globosum Luer & Hirtz 1998

    SECTION Leiocaulium Luer 1988

  20. Scaphosepalum grande Kraenzl. 1922

    SECTION Distichium Luer 1988

    Full shade Warm Cool

  21. Scaphosepalum hirtzii Luer 1980

    SECTION Leiocaulium Luer 1988

    Full shadeCoolCold Spring Summer

  22. Scaphosepalum jostii Luer 1998

    SECTION Leiocaulium Luer 1988

    Deep Shade Cool LATE Fall EARLY Winter

  23. Scaphosepalum lima (F. Lehm. & Kraenzl.) Schltr. 1920

    SECTION Scaphosepalum

    to

    ~Scaphosepalum longirepens Ames 1921- See Scaphosepalum microdactylum Rolfe 1893

  24. Scaphosepalum macrodactylum (Rchb.f.) Rolfe 1890

    SECTION Leiocaulium

    to

  25. Scaphosepalum manningii Luer 1998

    SECTION Distichium Luer 1988

    Full shade

  26. Scaphosepalum martineae Luer 1998

    SECTION Scaphosepalum

  27. Scaphosepalum medinae Luer & J.J. Portilla 2000

    Full shade Hot Warmto Spring

  28. Scaphosepalum merinoi Luer 2002

    SECTION Scaphosepalum

    Part shade Warm to Cool Spring

  29. Scaphosepalum microdactylum Rolfe 1893

    SECTION Distichium Luer 1988

    Part shadeWarm to ColdSpring THROUGH EARLY Fall

    ~Scaphosepalum naviculare Kraenzl. 1921 - See Scaphosepalum anchoriferum (Rchb. f.) Rolfe 1890

    ~Scaphosepalum nutans Kraenzl. 1922 - See Scaphosepalum breve (Rchb. f.) Rolfe 1890

    ~Scaphosepalum ochthodes (Rchb. f.) Pfitzer 1888 - See Scaphosepalum verrucosum (Rchb. f.) Pfitzer 1888

  30. Scaphosepalum odontochilum Kraenzl. 1925

    SECTION Leiocaulium Luer 1988

    Part shadeCool to Cold Fall Winter and Spring

  31. Scaphosepalum ophidion Luer 1981

    SECTION Leiocaulium Luer 1988

    Full shade Coolsummer

  32. Scaphosepalum ovulare Luer 1976

    SECTION Leiocaulium Luer 1988

    Part shadeHot to Warm Winter Spring Summer Fall

    ~Scaphosepalum panamense Schltr. 1913 - See Masdevallia livingstoneana Rchb. f. 1874

  33. Scaphosepalum panduratum Luer & R.Escobar 1997

    SECTION Leiocaulium Luer 1988

    Deep Shade Cool LATE Winter EARLY Spring

  34. Scaphosepalum parviflorum Luer & Hirtz 1992

    ~Scaphosepalum pittieri Schltr. 1906 - See Scaphosepalum microdactylum Rolfe 1893

    ~Scaphosepalum platypetalum Schltr. 1920 - See Scaphosepalum swertiifolium (Rchb. f.) Rolfe 1890

  35. Scaphosepalum pleurothallodes Luer & Hirtz 1992

    Deep Shade Hot Warm LATE Winter EARLY Spring

  36. Scaphosepalum portillae Luer 2002

    Full shadeCoolSpring

  37. Scaphosepalum pulvinare [Rchb.f] Rolfe 1890

    SECTION Scaphosepalum

    ~Scaphosepalum punctatum (Rolfe) Rolfe 1890 - See Scaphosepalum anchoriferum (Rchb. f.) Rolfe 1890

  38. Scaphosepalum rapax Luer 1976

    SECTION Leiocaulium Luer 1988

    Part shade Warm to Hot to

    ~Scaphosepalum reversum Kraenzl. 1921 - See Scaphosepalum antenniferum Rolfe 1890

    ~Scaphosepalum rolfeanum Kraenzl. 1925 - See Scaphosepalum pulvinare [Rchb.f] Rolfe 1890

    ~Scaphosepalum sneidernii Garay 1953 - See Scaphosepalum odontochilum Kraenzl. 1925

  39. Scaphosepalum sp.

  40. Scaphosepalum sp. Colombia

    Full shadeCool to ColdSummer

  41. Scaphosepalum sp Colombia

    Full shadeCool to ColdSummer

  42. Scaphosepalum standleyi Ames 1925 - See Scaphosepalum microdactylum Rolfe 1893

    SECTION Distichium Luer 1988

  43. Scaphosepalum swertiifolium [Rchb.f]Rolfe 1890

    SECTION Leiocaulium Luer 1988

    Part shadeCold to WarmSummerFall Winterand Spring

  44. Scaphosepalum tiaratum Luer 1981

    SECTION Scaphosepalum

    Deep Shade CoolSpring

    ~Scaphosepalum trachypus Schltr. 1919 - See Scaphosepalum breve (Rchb. f.) Rolfe 1890

  45. Scaphosepalum triceratops Luer & Andreetta 1988

    SECTION Scaphosepalum

    Part shadeCool to ColdWinter

  46. Scaphosepalum ursinum Luer 1979

    SECTION Leiocaulium Luer 1988

    Full shadeCold Summer

  47. !Scaphosepalum verrucosum (Rchb. f.) Pfitzer 1888

    SECTION Scaphosepalum

    Part shadeCold to Warm Winter Spring Summer Fall

  48. Scaphosepalum viviparum Luer 1978

    SECTION Leiocaulium Luer 1988

    Deep Shade Warm Winter

    ~Scaphosepalum xipheres (Rchb. f.) Schltr. 1920 - See Porroglossum muscosum (Rchb. f.) Schltr. 1920

  49. Scaphosepalum xystra Luer 1988

    SECTION Scaphosepalum

    Full shadeColdSummer

Scaphyglottis Poeppig & Endl. 1836 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Laeliinae.

An epiphytic or sometimes lithophytic genus , with highly variable plant forms, that has around 70 rarely seen species from Central America, the West Indies and south to Bolivia and Brazil. Culturally these species can be grown in the same conditions that the psuedobulbed Epidendrum need. The species range in altitude from sealevel to high in the Andes so temperatures requirements are based on the location and habitat of each individual species. They like sunny, well watered conditions while growing and a lessening after flowering or the psuedobulbs maturation. The genus is characterized by the habit of putting out one psudobulb on top of the next and having very small terminal inflorescence with tiny flowers held close to the psuedobulb. The flowers have similar sized petals and sepals and a lip that is slightly larger is attached to the prominent column foot which carries 4 pollina with caudicles at the apex.

Common Name or Meaning refers to the basin-shaped lip

Synonyms Cladobium Lindl. 1836; Hexadesmia Brongn. 1842; Hexopia Bateman ?; Pachystele Schlechter 1923; Tetragamestus Rchb. f. 1854

Type Species =! = Fernandezia graminifolia Ruiz & Pav. 1798 = Scaphyglottis graminifolia (Ruiz & Pav.) Poepp. & Endl. 1836

  1. Scaphyglottis acostaei (Schltr.) C.Schweinf. 1941

    Part Shade WarmSpring

    ~Scaphyglottis alba Rolfe 1908 - See Scaphyglottis behrii (Rchb. f.) Benth. & Hook. f. ex Hemsl. 1884

    ~Scaphyglottis albida (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1918 - See Scaphyglottis behrii (Rchb. f.) Benth. & Hook. f. ex Hemsl. 1884

    ~Scaphyglottis amazonica Schltr. 1925 - See Scaphyglottis boliviensis (Rolfe) B.R.Adams 1988

    Scaphyglottis amethystina (Rchb. f.) Schltr. 1918 - See Scaphyglottis stellata Lodd. ex Lindl. 1889

  2. Scaphyglottis amparoana (Schltr.) Dressler 1964

    Part Shade WarmFall THROUGHSpring

    ~Scaphyglottis antonii Schltr. 1921 - See Scaphyglottis graminifolia (Ruiz & Pav.) Poepp. & Endl. 1836

    ~Scaphyglottis arundinacea Regel 1856 - See Scaphyglottis punctulata (Rchb. f.) C. Schweinf. 1955

  3. Scaphyglottis atwoodii Dressler 1997

    Part shade Hot Fall

  4. Scaphyglottis aurea (Rchb.f.) Foldats 1959

    Part shade Coolto Cold Spring

  5. Scaphyglottis behrii (Rchb. f.) Benth. & Hook. f. ex Hemsl. 1884

    Part shadeHot Warm MOSTLY Spring

    ~Scaphyglottis bergeriana [Schlechter] L.O. Wms. 1950 - See Homalopetalum kienastii [Rchb.f] Withner 1998

  6. Scaphyglottis bicallosa Dressler 2000

    Part Shade WarmSpring

  7. Scaphyglottis bicornis (Lindl.) Garay 1967

    Deep Shade CoolCold

  8. Scaphyglottis bidentata (Lindl.) Dressler 2002

    Part sunHotTo CoolSummer

  9. Scaphyglottis bifida (Rchb.f.) C.Schweinf. 1941

    Part shade Cool Warm LATESummer

  10. Scaphyglottis bilineata (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1918

    Deep shade Hot Warm

    ~Scaphyglottis bilobulata Schltr. 1923 - See Scaphyglottis fusiformis (Griseb.) Schult. 1956

    ~Scaphyglottis boliviana Schlechter 1922 - See Scaphyglottis graminifolia (Ruiz & Pav.) Poepp. & Endl. 1836

  11. Scaphyglottis boliviensis (Rolfe) B.R.Adams 1988

    Part Shade Hot Spring

    ~Scaphyglottis brachiata Schltr. 1911 - See Scaphyglottis stellata Lodd. ex Lindl. 1889

    ~Scaphyglottis brachyphylla (Rchb.f.) C.Schweinf. 1941 - See Scaphyglottis fusiformis (Griseb.) Schult. 1956

    ~Scaphyglottis bradeorum Schltr. 1923 - See Scaphyglottis behrii (Rchb. f.) Benth. & Hook. f. ex Hemsl. 1884

  12. Scaphyglottis brasiliensis (Schltr.) Dressler 2004

  13. Scaphyglottis cernua Dressler 2004

    ~Scaphyglottis chocoana I.Bock 1984 - See Scaphyglottis longicaulis S. Watson 1888

  14. Scaphyglottis clavata Dressler 2004

    Deep shade Hot Warm spring

    ~Scaphyglottis cogniauxiana De Wild. 1905 - See Scaphyglottis fasciculata Hook. 1841

  15. Scaphyglottis condorana Dodson 1998

    Deep shade Cool Summer

  16. Scaphyglottis confusa (Schltr.) Ames & Correll 1942

    Part Shade HotCool Spring

  17. Scaphyglottis corallorrhiza (Ames) Ames, F.T.Hubb. & C.Schweinf. 1934

    Part Shade Warm Cool Spring

  18. Scaphyglottis coriacea (L.O.Williams) Dressler 2004

    deep Shade Warm LATERWinter EARLIER Spring

  19. Scaphyglottis crurigera (Bateman ex Lindl.) Ames & Correll 1942

    Full shade Warm CoolSpring

    ~Scaphyglottis cuneata Schltr. 1918 - See Scaphyglottis prolifera Cogn. 1898

    ~Scaphyglottis cuneata Schlechter var major [Schweinf] Schweinf ex Correll 1947 - See Scaphyglottis leucantha Rchb. f. 1849

  20. Scaphyglottis cuniculata (Schltr.) Dressler 2002

    Part shadeHotSummerWinter

    ~ Scaphyglottis decipiens C.Schweinf. 1955 - See Scaphyglottis boliviensis (Rolfe) B.R.Adams 1988

  21. Scaphyglottis densa (Schltr.) B.R.Adams 1988

    ~Scaphyglottis dolichophylla Schltr. 1922 - See Scaphyglottis laevilabium Ames 1921

    ~Scaphyglottis dubia (A.Rich. & Galeotti) Benth. & Hook.f. ex Hemsl. 1884 - See Scaphyglottis livida (Lindl.) Schltr. 1918

  22. Scaphyglottis dunstervillei (Garay) Foldats 1968

    Part shadeCoolWinter

    ~Scaphyglottis esuriens [Rchb.f] Schlechter 1920 - See Scaphyglottis leucantha Rchb. f. 1849

    ~Scaphyglottis exilis Schltr. 1924 - See Scaphyglottis boliviensis (Rolfe) B.R.Adams 1988

    ~Scaphyglottis falcata (C.Schweinf.) C.Schweinf. 1941 - See Scaphyglottis bifida (Rchb.f.) C.Schweinf. 1941

  23. Scaphyglottis fasciculata Hook. 1841

    Part sunWarm to Hot Spring- See Scaphyglottis minuta [A Rich. & Galeotti] Garay 1973

    ~Scaphyglottis felskyi (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1919 - See Scaphyglottis modesta (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1926

    ~Scaphyglottis flaccida (Kraenzl.) Garay 1956 - See Scaphyglottis graminifolia (Ruiz & Pav.) Poepp. & Endl. 1836

    ~Scaphyglottis floribunda Mansf. 1928 - See Scaphyglottis stellata Lodd. ex Lindl. 1889

  24. Scaphyglottis fusiformis (Griseb.) Schult. 1956

    Part sun Hot to CoolWinterSpringSummer Fall

  25. Scaphyglottis geminata Dressler & Mora-Ret. 1993

    Full Shade Hot LATESummerFall

    ~Scaphyglottis gemma [Rchb.f] L.O.Wms. 1956 - See Nageliella angustifolia (Booth ex Lindl.) Ames & Correll 1942

    ~Scaphyglottis genychila Schltr. 1920 - See Scaphyglottis aurea (Rchb.f.) Foldats 1959

  26. Scaphyglottis gigantea Dressler 1979

    Full Shade Warm Winter

    ~Scaphyglottis gracilis [Schlechter] Schlechter 1923 - See Scaphyglottis prolifera Cogn. 1898

  27. !Scaphyglottis graminifolia (Ruiz & Pav.) Poepp. & Endl. 1836

    Part shadeCool to HotMOSTLY Spring

  28. Scaphyglottis grandiflora Ames & C.Schweinf. 1931

    Part shade WarmCool Fall EARLYSpring

    ~Scaphyglottis guatemalensis Schltr. 1906 - See Scaphyglottis behrii (Rchb. f.) Benth. & Hook. f. ex Hemsl. 1884

  29. Scaphyglottis hondurensis (Ames) L.O. Williams 1950

    Part shadeHot to Warm

    ~Scaphyglottis huebneri Schltr. 1925 - See Scaphyglottis boliviensis (Rolfe) B.R.Adams 1988

  30. Scaphyglottis imbricata (Lindl.) Dressler 2002

    Part sunWarmTo CoolSummer To LATE Spring

    ~Scaphyglottis isochiloides (Regel) Foldats 1959 - See Scaphyglottis punctulata (Rchb. f.) C. Schweinf. 1955

    ~Scaphyglottis kienastii (Rchb. f.) Hemsl. 1884 - See Homalopetalum kienastii [Rchb.f] Withner 1998

  31. Scaphyglottis laevilabium Ames 1921

    deep Shade Hot Cool FallWinter

  32. Scaphyglottis leucantha Rchb. f. 1849

    Part shadeHot to Warm Spring and Summer

  33. Scaphyglottis lindeniana (A.Rich. & Galeotti) L.O.Williams 1941

    Part shadeCold to Warm LATE Winterand Spring

  34. Scaphyglottis livida (Lindl.) Schltr. 1918

    Part shadeHot to Warm Winterand Spring

  35. Scaphyglottis longicaulis S. Watson 1888

    Full shade Hot LATERSummer Fall

    ~Scaphyglottis loretoensis Schltr. 1921 - See Scaphyglottis graminifolia (Ruiz & Pav.) Poepp. & Endl. 1836

    ~Scaphyglottis lueckelii I.Bock 1984 - See Scaphyglottis bilineata (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1918

    ~Scaphyglottis macroglossa (Rchb. f.) Schltr. 1918 - See Nemaconia striata (Lindl.) Van den Berg, Salazar & Soto Arenas 2007

    ~Scaphyglottis major [Schweinf] Correll 1965 - See Scaphyglottis leucantha Rchb. f. 1849

    ~Scaphyglottis matogrossensis Brade 1939 - See Scaphyglottis boliviensis (Rolfe) B.R.Adams 1988

  36. Scaphyglottis mesocopis (Endres & Rchb. f.) Benth. & Hook. f. ex Hemsl.1884

    deep Shade warm Cool Winter EARLY Spring

    ~Scaphyglottis michelangeliorum Carnevali & Steyermark 1984 - See Scaphyglottis graminifolia (Ruiz & Pav.) Poepp. & Endl. 1836

  37. Scaphyglottis micrantha (Lindl.) Ames & Correll 1942

    Part sun Hotto WarmLATE Winterand Spring

    ~Scaphyglottis minuta [A Rich. & Galeotti] Garay 1973 - See Scaphyglottis fasciculata Hook. 1841

  38. Scaphyglottis minutiflora Ames & Correll 1942

    Full ShadeHot Warm LATESpring THROUGHFall

  39. Scaphyglottis modesta (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1926

    Part ShadeHot Summer Fall

    ~Scaphyglottis oblonga L.O.Williams 1941 - See Scaphyglottis tenuis L.O. Williams 1941

    ~Scaphyglottis ochroleuca Schltr. 1914 - See Scaphyglottis stellata Lodd. ex Lindl. 1889

  40. Scaphyglottis pachybulbon (Schltr.) Dressler 2000

    Full Shade Warm Winter

    ~*Scaphyglottis pachyphylla L.O. Williams 1946 - See Homalopetalum pachyphyllum (L.O. Williams) Dressler 1964

    ~Scaphyglottis pallidiflora (Hook.) Lindl. 1839 - See Ionopsis utricularioides [Sw.]Lindley 1826

  41. Scaphyglottis panamensis B. R. Adams 1988

    Part shadeWarm Cool Summer EARLYFall

    ~*Scaphyglottis parviflora Poepp. & Endl. 1836 - See Maxillaria parviflora (Poepp. & Endl.) Garay 1967

    ~Scaphyglottis pauciflora Schltr. 1906 - See Scaphyglottis behrii (Rchb. f.) Benth. & Hook. f. ex Hemsl. 1884

    ~*Scaphyglottis pendula Poepp. & Endl. 1836 - See Maxillaria pendula (Poepp. & Endl.) C.Schweinf. 1945

    ~Scaphyglottis powellii Schltr. 1922 - See Scaphyglottis mesocopis (Endres & Rchb. f.) Benth. & Hook. f. ex Hemsl.1884

  42. Scaphyglottis prolifera Cogn. 1898

    Part shadeHot to Warm Falland EARLY Winter

    Scaphyglottis prolifera Cogn. var major [Schweinf] Brieger & Hunt 1969 - See Scaphyglottis leucantha Rchb. f. 1849

  43. Scaphyglottis pulchella (Schltr.) L.O. Williams 1941

    Part shadeHot to Warm Spring THROUGH Fall

    ~*Scaphyglottis pumila Ames 1941 - See Homalopetalum pumilum (Ames) Dressler 1964

  44. Scaphyglottis punctulata (Rchb. f.) C. Schweinf. 1955

    Full shadeWarm Hot Spring

    ~Scaphyglottis punctulata var. summersii ( L.O.Williams ) C.Schweinf 1955 - See Scaphyglottis summersii L.O.Williams 1940

    ~Scaphyglottis purpusii Schltr. 1918 - See Scaphyglottis livida (Lindl.) Schltr. 1918

    ~Scaphyglottis reedii (Rchb. f.) Ames 1941 - See Scaphyglottis livida (Lindl.) Schltr. 1918

  45. !Scaphyglottis reflexa Lindl. 1839

    Part sunCool to Hot Fall THROUGH Spring

  46. Scaphyglottis robusta Adams 1988

    Full Shade Hot Warm WinterSpringSummer

    ~Scaphyglottis rosea Hook. 1841 - See Scaphyglottis graminifolia (Ruiz & Pav.) Poepp. & Endl. 1836

    ~*Scaphyglottis ruberrima Lindl. 1846 - See Maxillaria ruberrima (Lindl.) Garay 1967

    ~*Scaphyglottis ruberrima var. aurea Rchb.f. 1850 - See Scaphyglottis aurea (Rchb.f.) Foldats 1959

    ~Scaphyglottis sanctae-martae Schltr. 1920 - See Scaphyglottis behrii (Rchb. f.) Benth. & Hook. f. ex Hemsl. 1884

    ~Scaphyglottis sessilis (Rchb. f.) Foldats 1968 - See Scaphyglottis livida (Lindl.) Schltr. 1918

  47. Scaphyglottis sickii Pabst 1956

    to

  48. Scaphyglottis sigmoidea (Ames & C. Schweinf.) B.R. Adams 1988

    Full Shade Warm Cool LATESpringEARLYSummer

    ~Scaphyglottis signata I.Bock 1984 - See Scaphyglottis sickii Pabst 1956

  49. Scaphyglottis spathulata C.Schweinf. 1941

    Part shadeFall

    Scaphyglottis sp. 1 Costa Rica

    Part sunWarm to Hot

    Scaphyglottis sp. 2 Grenada

    Part sunWarm to Hot

    Scaphyglottis sp 3 Western Mexico

    partial sun Hot Warm LATE Winter

  50. Scaphyglottis stellata Lodd. ex Lindl. 1889

    Part sun Warm to Hot Spring

    ~Scaphyglottis stenotepala (Rchb.f.) C.Schweinf. 1941 - See Scaphyglottis behrii (Rchb. f.) Benth. & Hook. f. ex Hemsl. 1884

    ~Scaphyglottis stricta Schltr. 1920 - See Scaphyglottis boliviensis (Rolfe) B.R.Adams 1988

    ~Scaphyglottis striolata (Rchb.f.) Correll 1941 - See Scaphyglottis modesta (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1926

    ~Scaphyglottis suarezii Dodson 1989 - See Scaphyglottis boliviensis (Rolfe) B.R.Adams 1988

    ~Scaphyglottis sublibera (C.Schweinf.) Dressler 1964 - See Epidendrum subliberum C.Schweinf. 1952

  51. Scaphyglottis subulata Schltr. 1910

    Full Shade Warm Cool SpringSummerFall

  52. Scaphyglottis summersii L.O.Williams 1940

    ~Scaphyglottis tafallae Rchb.f. 1850 - See Maxillaria pendula (Poepp. & Endl.) C.Schweinf. 1945

  53. Scaphyglottis tenella L.O. Williams 1941

    Full Shade Hot Warm SpringSummerFall

  54. Scaphyglottis tenuis L.O. Williams 1941

    Part shade Cool

  55. Scaphyglottis triloba B.R.Adams 1988

    ~Scaphyglottis unguiculata Schltr. 1913 - See Scaphyglottis longicaulis S. Watson 1888

  56. Scaphyglottis violacea Lindl. 1901

    ~Scaphyglottis wercklei Schltr. 1923 - See Scaphyglottis prolifera Cogn. 1898

    ~Scaphyglottis werklei Schlechter var major Schweinf 1937 - See Scaphyglottis leucantha Rchb. f. 1849

Scelochiloides Dodson & M.W.Chase 1989 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae

There are three species in this epiphytic genus confined to Bolivia and similar to Scelochilus

Common Name or Meaning The Scelochilus-Like Orchid

Type Species = ! = Scelochiloides vasquezii Dodson & M.W.Chase, Icon. Pl. Trop., II, 3: t. 293 (1989

  1. Scelochiloides acebeyae R.Vásquez & Dodson 2001

  2. Scelochiloides coimbrae Dodson & R.Vásquez 1998

Scelochilus Klotzsch 1841 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae.

Related to Comparettia and found from Guatemala to French Guiana and south to Bolivia at elevations of 150 to 2700 meters but the majority are found from 1200 to 2000 meters and as such mostly need a warm to cool environment with even year-round watering. The genus, of 30 so species, is characterized by being small epiphytes with a few stems clustereed together with a small narrow pseudobulb with a terminal leaf from which arises an erect or pendant, longer than the leaf, racemose inflorecence with a few to several flowers. The flowers often are half closed, of medium size, and have the connate lateral sepals with an obtuse sack-like extension at their base. The petals are united with the dorsal sepal and the lip is rigid and closely attached to the column and extends at the base to create two narrowly separated spurs inside the sack-like extension of the lateral sepals. The lip is the distinguishing feature between the species and can be wide, very narrow, simple to seeply three-lobed, smooth or saw edged and has 2 pairs of hornlike projections. There are two ovoid pollina with a long narrow stipe and a small round viscidium.

Common Name or Meaningrefers to the horn-like structures on the edge of the lip

Synonyms Neokoehleria Schltr. 1912

Type Species = ! = Scelochilus ottonis Klotzsch 1841

    ~Scelochilus acebeyae (R.Vásquez & Dodson) Königer 2008 - See Scelochiloides acebeyae R.Vásquez & Dodson 2001

  1. Scelochilus aureus Schltr. 1923

    Full Shade Warm Cool LATESummerEARLYfall

  2. Scelochilus blankei Senghas 1997

  3. Scelochilus chiribogae Dodson 1980

    Full shade Warm CoolSpringEARLYSummer

    ~Scelochilus corydaloides (Kraenzl.) Garay 1958 - See Neokoehleria corydaloides (Kraenzl.) Garay 1973

  4. Scelochilus crucicornibus Senghas, D.E.Benn. & Christenson 1998

    Full shade Warm Cool

  5. Scelochilus embreei Dodson 1980

    Full shade HotWarm FallEARLIER Winter

    ~Scelochilus equitans (Schltr.) Dodson & M.W.Chase 1993 - See Neokoehleria equitans Schltr. 1912

  6. Scelochilus escobarianus Senghas 1994

    Full shade CoolFall

  7. Scelochilus frymirei Dodson 1980

    Full shade WarmFall

  8. Scelochilus gentryi Dodson 1980

    Full shade WarmFall

  9. Scelochilus granizoi Königer 1996

    Full shade Warm Cool

  10. Scelochilus hauensteinii Königer 1996

    Full shade Warm Cool

  11. Scelochilus heterophyllus Rchb.f. 1876

    Full shade Cool LATEWinter LATESpring

  12. Scelochilus hirtzii Dodson 1989

    Full shade Cold Spring Summer

  13. Scelochilus jamiesonii Lindl. & Paxton 1852

  14. Scelochilus janeae Dodson & R.Vásquez 1989

    Part shade cool Summer

    ~Scelochilus kerspei (Senghas) Königer 2008 - See Neokoehleria kerspei Senghas 1990

  15. Scelochilus kroemeri R.Vásquez & Dodson 2001

    Full shade Warm

  16. Scelochilus langkastii (Senghas) Dodson 2004

    Full shade Warm

  17. Scelochilus langlassei Schltr. 1910

    Full shadeCoolCold

  18. Scelochilus latipetalus C. Schweinf. 1945

    Full shadeCool to WarmCULTIVATION Summerand Fall

    ~Scelochilus lindenii Lindl. & Paxton 1852 - See Scelochilus stenochilus (Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1863

  19. Scelochilus luerae Dodson 1980

    Part sunCool to ColdMOSTLY Spring

  20. Scelochilus mirthae Königer 2001

    Part shade Cool Fall

    ~Scelochilus neudeckeri (Königer) Königer 2008 - See Neokoehleria neudeckeri Königer 1997

  21. Scelochilus newyorkorum R.Vásquez, Ibisch & I.G.Vargas 2003

    Part shade Cold Winter

  22. !Scelochilus ottonis Klotzsch 1841

    Full shadeWarmCoolSpring

  23. Scelochilus pacensium Senghas & Lef. 1994

  24. Scelochilus palatinus Senghas, Lang & Kast 2002

    ~Scelochilus penduliflorus (Senghas & Thiv) Königer 2008 - See Neokoehleria penduliflora Senghas & Thiv 1998

    ~Scelochilus peruvianus (Schltr.) Dodson & M.W.Chase 1993 - See Neokoehleria peruviana Schltr. 1912

    ~Scelochilus pichinchae Schltr. 1916 - See Scelochilus jamiesonii Lindl. & Paxton 1852

  25. Scelochilus portillae Königer 1997

    Full shadeCool

    ~Scelochilus rauhii (Senghas) Dodson & M.W.Chase 1993 - See Neokoehleria rauhii Senghas 1968

  26. Scelochilus romansii Dodson 1982

    Part shade WarmSpring

  27. Scelochilus seegeri Senghas 1993

    Full Shade Warm Cool LATESummerEARLYfall

  28. Scelochilus serrilabius C.Schweinf. 1970

    Full shade Cold Spring

  29. Scelochilus sp Colombia

  30. Scelochilus sp. Ecuador

  31. Scelochilus sp Ecuador

  32. Scelochilus sp Ecuador

  33. Scelochilus sp Ecuador

  34. Scelochilus sp Peru

  35. Scelochilus stenochilus (Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1863

    ~Scelochilus thivii (Senghas) Königer 2008 - See Neokoehleria thivii Senghas 1998

  36. Scelochilus topoanus Dodson 1998

    Full Shade Warm Cool

  37. Scelochilus tuerckheimii Schltr. 1911

    Full shadeCold to Warm LATE Spring THROUGH EARLY Winter

  38. Scelochilus tungurahuae Dodson 1984

    Full shade Warm ColdSpring

  39. Scelochilus variegatus Cogn. 1895

  40. Scelochilus williamsii Dodson 1989

    Part shadeHot to Warm Fall Spring

    ~Scelochilus wuerstlei (Senghas) Königer 2008 - See Neokoehleria wuerstlei Senghas 1990

Schiedeella Schltr. 1920 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Cranichideae SUBTRIBE Spiranthinae

There are 22 species in this leafless terrestrial genus occuring in southwestern US south to southern Central America as well as in the Caribbean.

Common Name or Meaning Schiede's Orchid [German Orchid and Bromeliad collector late 1800's]

Type Species = ! = Schiedeella saltensis Schltr. 1920

Synonyms Gularia Garay 1980 publ. 1982

  1. Schiedeella albovaginata (C.Schweinf.) Burns-Bal. 1981

    Part Shade WarmCool LATEWinter EARLYSpring

    ~Schiedeella alinae (Szlach.) Szlach. 1994 - See Schiedeella llaveana [Lindl.] Schltr. 1920

  2. Schiedeella arizonica P.M.Br. 2000

    LATER EARLY

    ~Schiedeella arizonica f. virescens P.M.Br. 2006 - See Schiedeella arizonica P.M.Br. 2000

    ~Schiedeella chartacea (L.O.Williams) Burns-Bal. 1986 - See Deiregyne chartacea (L.O.Williams) Garay 1980 publ. 1982

    ~ Schiedeella chloriformis (A.Rich. & Galeotti) Burns-Bal. 1981 - See Deiregyne diaphana (Lindl.) Garay 1980 publ 1982

    ~Schiedeella cobanensis (Schltr.) Schltr. 1920 - See Aulosepalum pyramidale [Lindl.] Dix & Dix 2000

    ~Schiedeella densiflora (C.Schweinf.) Burns-Bal. 1981 - See Deiregyne densiflora (C.Schweinf.) Salazar & Soto Arenas 2010

    ~ Schiedeella diaphana (Lindl.) Burns-Bal. & E.W.Greenw. 1986 - See Deiregyne diaphana (Lindl.) Garay 1980 publ 1982

    ~Schiedeella dodii Burns-Bal. 1989 - See Schiedeella wercklei (Schltr.) Garay 1980 publ. 1982

  3. Schiedeella dressleri Szlach. 1996

    LATE EARLY

    ~Schiedeella durangensis (Ames & C.Schweinf.) Burns-Bal. 1986 - See Schiedeella saltensis Schltr. 1920

    ~ Schiedeella eriophora (B.L.Rob. & Greenm.) Schltr.1920 - See Deiregyne eriophora (B.L.Rob. & Greenm.) Garay 1980 publ. 1982

    ~Schiedeella falcata (L.O.Williams) Burns-Bal. 1981 - See Deiregyne falcata (L.O.Williams) Garay 1980 publ. 1982

  4. Schiedeella faucisanguinea (Dod) Burns-Bal. ex A.E.Serna & López-Ferr. 1998

  5. Schiedeella garayana R.González 1992

    LATE EARLY

    ~Schiedeella hyemalis (A. Rich. & Galeotti) Burns-Bal. 1981 - See Funkiella hymenalis (A. Rich. & Galeotti) Schltr. 1920

  6. Schiedeella jean-mulleri Szlach., Rutk. & Mytnik 2009

    LATER

  7. Schiedeella llaveana Schltr. 1920

    EARLY

    ~Schiedeella llaveana subsp. szlachetkoana R.González 1999 publ. 2000 - See Schiedeella llaveana [Lindl.] Schltr. 1920

    ~Schiedeella llaveana var. alinae Szlach. 1991 - See Schiedeella llaveana [Lindl.] Schltr. 1920

    ~Schiedeella llaveana var. guerrerensis Szlach. 1991 - See Schiedeella llaveana [Lindl.] Schltr. 1920

    ~Schiedeella llaveana var. parasitica (A.Rich. & Galeotti) Szlach. 1991 - See Schiedeella parasitica (A.Rich. & Galeotti) Schltr. 1920

    ~Schiedeella muscicola (Garay & Dunst.) Garay & Dunst. 1979 - See Stalkya muscicola (Garay & Dunst.) Garay 1980 publ. 1982

  8. Schiedeella parasitica (A.Rich. & Galeotti) Schltr. 1920

    to

    ~Schiedeella petiolata Schltr. 1923 - See Schiedeella llaveana [Lindl.] Schltr. 1920

    ~Schiedeella pubicaulis (L.O.Williams) Burns-Bal. 1981 - See Lyroglossa pubicaulis (L.O.Williams) Garay 1980 publ. 1982

    ~Schiedeella pyramidalis (Lindl.) Schltr. 1920 - See Aulosepalum pyramidale [Lindl.] Dix & Dix 2000

    ~Schiedeella rubrocalosa (B.L.Rob. & Greenm.) Burns-Bal. 1981 - See Microthelys rubrocallosa (B.L.Rob. & Greenm.) Garay 1980 publ. 1982

  9. !Schiedeella saltensis Schltr. 1920

    to to

    ~Schiedeella transversalis (A.Rich. & Galeotti) Schltr. 1920 - See Schiedeella llaveana [Lindl.] Schltr. 1920

  10. Schiedeella trilineata (Lindl.) Burns-Bal. 1981

    Part Sun Warm Winter

    ~Schiedeella trilineata var. undulata Szlach. 1991 - See Schiedeella trilineata (Lindl.) Burns-Bal. 1981

  11. Schiedeella wercklei (Schltr.) Garay 1980 publ. 1982

~`Schismoceras Presley 1827 - See Dendrobium Sw. 1799 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE ?, SUBTRIBE Dendrobiinae.

~*Schismoceras disticha Presley 1827 - See Dendrobium distichum [Presley] Rchb.f 1877

Schistotylus Dockrill 1967SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aeridinae

This is a monotypic genus occurring in northeastern New South Wales and is related to Cleisostoma.

Common Name or Meaning The Separated Hump Orchid [refers to the callus perpendicular to the spur opening]

Type Species = ! = Cleisostoma purpuratum Rupp 1938 = !Schistotylus purpuratus (Rupp) Dockrill 1967

  1. !Schistotylus purpuratus (Rupp) Dockrill 1967

    LATE

Schizochilus Sond. 1857 SUBFAMILY Orchidiodeae, TRIBE Orchideae, SUBTRIBE Orchidinae.

An African genus with 11 terrestrial species occurring in southern natural grasslands

Common Name or Meaning The Three Cleft Lip Orchid

Type Species = ! = Schizochilus zeyheri Sond. 1846

    ~Schizochilus albiflos Schltr. 1921 - See Schizochilus angustifolius Rolfe 1912

  1. Schizochilus angustifolius Rolfe 1912

    Part sun Cool to Cold Spring Summer

    ~Schizochilus baurii Schltr. 1921 - See Schizochilus flexuosus Harv. ex Rolfe 1912

    ~Schizochilus bolusii Schltr. 1921 - See Schizochilus zeyheri Sond. 1846

  2. Schizochilus bulbinella (Rchb.f.) Bolus 1889

    ~Schizochilus burchellii Bolus 1903 - See Schizochilus bulbinella (Rchb.f.) Bolus 1889

    ~Schizochilus caffrus Schltr. 1921 - See Schizochilus zeyheri Sond. 1846

  3. Schizochilus cecilii Rolfe 1906

    LATEEARLY

    ~Schizochilus cecilii subsp. culveri (Schltr.) H.P.Linder 1980 - See Schizochilus cecilii Rolfe 1906

    ~Schizochilus cecilii subsp. transvaalensis (Rolfe) H.P.Linder 1980 - See Schizochilus cecilii Rolfe 1906

    ~Schizochilus clavatus Schltr. 1921 - See Schizochilus zeyheri Sond. 1846

  4. Schizochilus crenulatus H.P.Linder 1980

    Partial sun Cool ColdLATERSpring to EARLY Summer

    ~Schizochilus culveri Schltr. 1921 - See Schizochilus cecilii Rolfe 1906

  5. Schizochilus flexuosus Harv. ex Rolfe 1912

    Partial shade Cool Cold LATESpring Summer

    ~Schizochilus galpinii Schltr. 1921 - See Schizochilus cecilii Rolfe 1906

  6. Schizochilus gerrardii (Rchb.f.) Bolus 1889

    LATE EARLY

    ~Schizochilus grandiflorus Schltr. 1921 - See Schizochilus zeyheri Sond. 1846

    ~Schizochilus grandiflorus var. crenulatus Schltr. 1921 - See Schizochilus zeyheri Sond. 1846

    Schizochilus huttonae Schltr. 1921 - See Schizochilus zeyheri Sond. 1846

  7. Schizochilus lepidus Summerh. 1960

    Partial sun Cold Spring Summer

  8. Schizochilus lilacinus Schelpe ex H.P.Linder 1980

    Partial sun Cool Cold Spring

    ~Schizochilus pulchellus Schltr. 1921 - See Schizochilus flexuosus Harv. ex Rolfe 1912

    ~Schizochilus rehmannii Rolfe 1912 - See Schizochilus zeyheri Sond. 1846

    ~Schizochilus rudatisii Schltr. 1921 - See Schizochilus zeyheri Sond. 1846

    ~Schizochilus sandersonii Harv. ex Rolfe 1912 - See Schizochilus zeyheri Sond. 1846

    ~ Schizochilus strictus Rolfe 1912 - See Schizochilus zeyheri Sond. 1846

  9. Schizochilus sulphureus Schltr.1915

    LATER

    ~Schizochilus tenellus Schltr. 1921 - See Schizochilus cecilii Rolfe 1906

    ~Schizochilus transvaalensis Rolfe 1912 - See Schizochilus cecilii Rolfe 1906

    ~Schizochilus trilobus Rolfe 1912 - See Schizochilus zeyheri Sond. 1846

    ~Schizochilus woodii Schltr. 1921 - See Schizochilus zeyheri Sond. 1846

  10. !Schizochilus zeyheri Sond. 1846

    FragrancePartial sun Cool LATESpring EARLYSummer

~Schizodium Lindl. 1838 - See Disa Berg. 1767 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Diseae, SUBTRIBE Disinae.

~Schizodium antenniferum Schltr. 1897 - See Disa longipetala (Lindl.) Bolus 1889

~Schizodium arcuatum Lindl. 1838 - See Disa biflora (L.) Druce 1913 publ. 1914

~Schizodium bifidum (Thunb.) Rchb. f. 1883 - See Disa bifida Sw. 1800

~Schizodium biflorum (L.) T.Durand & Schinz 1894 - See Disa biflora (L.) Druce 1913 publ. 1914

~Schizodium clavigerum Lindl. 1838 - See Disa clavigera (Lindl.) Bolus 1888

~Schizodium cornutum (L.) Schltr. 1924 - See Disa biflora (L.) Druce 1913 publ. 1914

~*Schizodium flexuosum (L.) Lindl. 1838 - See Disa flexuosa (L.) Sw. 1800

~Schizodium gueinzii Rchb.f. 1847 - See Disa clavigera (Lindl.) Bolus 1888

~Schizodium inflexum Lindl. 1838 - See Disa inflexa (Lindl.) Mundt ex Bolus 1888

~Schizodium longipetalum Lindl. 1838 - See Disa longipetala (Lindl.) Bolus 1889

~Schizodium maculatum (L.f.) Lindl. 1838 - See Disa maculata L.f. 1782

~Schizodium modestum L.Bolus 1939 - See Disa clavigera (Lindl.) Bolus 1888

~*Schizodium obliquum Lindl.1838 - See Disa obliqua (Lindl.) Bolus 1888

~Schizodium obliquum subsp. clavigerum (Lindl.) H.P.Linder 1981 - See Disa clavigera (Lindl.) Bolus 1888

~Schizodium obtusatum Lindl. 1838 - See Disa clavigera (Lindl.) Bolus 1888

~Schizodium rigidum Lindl. 1838 - See Disa bifida Sw. 1800

~Schizodium satyrioides (L.) Garay 1997 - See Disa biflora (L.) Druce 1913 publ. 1914

~Schizodium tortum (Thunb.) Steud. 1841 - See Disa biflora (L.) Druce 1913 publ. 1914

~Schlechterella Schum 1899 - See Rudolfiella Hoehne 1944 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae, SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae

~Schlechterella aurantiaca Hoehne 1944 - See Rudolfiella aurantiaca [Lindley]Hoehne 1949

~Schlechterella floribunda (Schltr.) Hoehne 1944 - See Rudolfiella floribunda (Schltr.) Hoehne 1953

~Schlechterella picta (Schltr.) Hoehne 1944 - See Rudolfiella picta (Schltr.) Hoehne 1956

~Schlechterella saxicola (Schltr.) Hoehne 1944 - See Rudolfiella floribunda (Schltr.) Hoehne 1953

~Schlechterella sabulosa (Barb.Rodr.) Hoehne 1944 - See Bifrenaria longicornis Lindl. 1838

Schlimmia Planch. & Linden ex Lindl. 1852-3 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae, SUBTRIBE Stanhopeinae.

There are 7 species found as larger epiphytes in the northern Andes that have clustered ovoid psuedobulbs subtended by imbricate, distichous sheaths and a single plicate leaf. The pendant or laterally arching inflorescence with a few, medium sized, nonresupinate flowers that has the dorsal sepal free while the lateral ones are united to form a helmut or inverted jar shape. The petals are outspread. It has a short lip that is articulated to the foot of the column. The basal part ofthe lip has a prominent curved callus at the base and a smaller one at the apex. There are two pollina with a long stipe.

Common Name or Meaning Named for Louis Schlim orchid collector in South America

Type Species = ! = Schlimmia jasminodora Planch & Linden 1852-3

  1. Schlimmia alpina Rchb. f. & Warsz. 1854

    FragrancePart shade Cool to Cold Winter

  2. Schlimmia condorana Dodson 1989

    FragrancePart shadeCool to Cold

  3. !Schlimmia jasminodora Planch. & Linden 1853

    LATESpring

  4. Schlimia jennyana Lückel 1990

    Part shade

  5. Schlimmia sp. Ecuador

  6. Schlimmia stevensonii Dodson 1984

  7. Schlimmia trifida Rchb. f. 1876

    Fragrance Deep Shade Warm Cool

~`Schoenomorphus Thorel ex Gagnep. 1933 - See Tropidia Lindl. 1833 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae TRIBE Tropideae

~Schoenomorphus capitatus Thorel Ex gagnep 1933 - See Tropidia pedunculata Bl. 1858

Schoenorchis Blume. 1825SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aeridinae

Schoenorchis consists of 23, miniature, monopodial species in Asia from the Himalayas to New Guinea. They are small, epiphytic, narrow leafed, vandanaceous, with keikis and roots most often forming only at the base of the plant. The inflorescence can be branching or simple and are multiflowered. The flowers have sepals and petals that are scarcely spreading with a 3 lobed spurred lip and a short column with a long beaked anther. There are 4 pollina, each 2 united and attached to a long thin viscidum. It was established as a genus by Blume in 1825 and his type species was Schoenorchis juncifolia.

Common Name or Meaning Reed Orchid

Synonyms Sarcanthus Lindley 1824 in part

Type Species = ! = Schoenorchis juncifolia Reinw. ex Blume 1825

  1. Schoenorchis buddleiflora (Schltr. & J.J.Sm.) J.J.Sm.1912

    Part ShadeWarm" Cool LATESpring EARLY Summer

    ~Schoenorchis densiflora Schltr. 1913 - See Schoenorchis micrantha Reinw. 1823

    ~Schoenorchis densiflora var. abbreviata Schltr. 1913 - See Schoenorchis micrantha Reinw. 1823

    ~Schoenorchis eberhardtii (Finet) Aver. 1988 - See Cleisostomopsis eberhardtii (Finet) Seidenf. 1992

  2. Schoenorchis fragrans (Parish & Rchb. f.) Seidenf. & Smitin. 1963

    Fragrance Part sun Warm to Hot Summer

  3. Schoenorchis gemmata (Lindl.) J.J. Sm. 1912

    Fragrance Part sun Warm to Hot Springand Summer

    ~Schoenorchis hainanensis (Rolfe) Schltr. 1913 - See Schoenorchis gemmata (Lindl.) J.J. Sm. 1912

  4. !Schoenorchis juncifolia Reinw. ex Blume 1825

    Part sun Hot EARLY Summer

    ~Schoenorchis juncifolia Blume 1825 - See Schoenorchis juncifolia Reinw. ex Blume 1825

    ~Schoenorchis manipurensis U.C.Pradhan 1979 - See Schoenorchis fragrans (Parish & Rchb. f.) Seidenf. & Smitin. 1963

  5. Schoenorchis micrantha Reinw. 1823

    Fragrance Part shade HotWinter

    ~Schoenorchis minimiflora (Hook.f.) Ames 1915 - See Abdominea minimiflora (Hook. f.) J.J. Sm. 1917

  6. Schoenorchis minutiflora (Ridl.) J.J.Sm. 1912

    Fragrance Full shade WarmcoolSpringSummer

  7. Schoenorchis pachyacris [J.J. Sm.]J. J. Sm. 1912

    Part sunWarm to Hot

  8. Schoenorchis paniculata Blume 1825

    Part sunWarm to Cool

    ~Schoenorchis paniculata var. vanoverberghii (Ames) S.S.Ying 1977 - See Schoenorchis vanoverberghii Ames 1915

    ~Schoenorchis philippinensis Ames 1915 - See Abdominea minimiflora (Hook. f.) J.J. Sm. 1917

    ~Schoenorchis plebeja (J.J.Sm.) J.J.Sm. 1913 - See Schoenorchis micrantha Reinw. 1823

    ~Schoenorchis roseus (Wight) Bennet 1985 - See Seidenfadeniella rosea (Wight) C.S.Kumar 1994

  9. Schoenorchis sarcophylla Schltr. 1913

    LATE

  10. Schoenorchis secundiflora (Ridl.) J.J.Sm. 1912

    FragrancePart ShadeHot

  11. Schoenorchis seidenfadenii Pradhan 1978

    Part sun Hot Warm Spring Summer

    ~Schoenorchis spatulata (Rolfe ex Downie) Seidenf. & Smitinand 1963 - See Schoenorchis gemmata (Lindl.) J.J. Sm. 1912

  12. Schoenorchis sp. western Malesia

  13. Schoenorchis sp.

  14. Schoenorchis sp.

  15. Schoenorchis sumatrana J.J.Sm. 1917

    Part Shade Warm Summer Fall

  16. Schoenorchis tixieri (Guillaumin) Seidenf. 1975

    to LATER

  17. Schoenorchis vanoverberghii Ames 1915

Schomburgkia Lindley 1838 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Epidendreae, SUBTRIBE Laeliinae.

Twelve medium to large sized epiphytic or lithophytic species make up this tropical new world plant. They have large, subcylindric-fusiform, often hollow with age, psuedobulbs with 2 to 3 leaves that are spreading, leathery, often oblong or linear-oblong that gives rise to an apical, erect, very long , laxly racemose or paniculate inflorescence with medium to large sized showy flowers. The flowers have similar sepals and petals that are wavy and somewhat narrow. It has a small three lobed lip that is free or basally attached to the column which is often concave on the ventral side carrying 8 pollina with caudicles arranged in two groups. They like to be on a large wood mount and need water while in active growth and like high light to ensure blooming which generally is in the spring through summer.

Common Name or Meaning Named for Sir Richard & Moritz Schomburgk German botanists

Type Species = ! = Schomburgkia crispa Lindley 1838 = Schomburgkia fimbriata [Vell] Hoehne 1952

Taxomony according to Carl Withner except that I kept the genus Myrmecophila separate

    ~Schomburgkia albopurpurea [Strachan ex Fawcett]Withner 1993 - See Myrmecophila albopurpurea [Strachan ex Fawcett]Nir 2000

    ~Schomburgkia amazonica Hoenhe Nomen Nudum - See Schomburgkia fimbriata [Vell] Hoehne 1952

    ~*Schomburgkia brysiana Lem. 1851 - See Myrmecophila brysiana (Lem.) G.C. Kenn. 1979

    ~Schomburgkia brysiana var intermedia Jones 1972 - See Myrmecophila tibicinis [Batem.]Rolfe 1917

    ~Schomburgkia brysiana var minor [Hkr.] Jones 1966 - See Myrmecophila thompsoniana [Rchb.f] Rolfe 1917

    ~Schomburgkia brysiana var. thompsoniana [Rchb.f] H.G.Jones 1963 - See Myrmecophila brysiana (Lem.) G.C. Kenn 1979

    ~Schomburgkia campecheana [Lem] Kraenzlin 1903 - See Myrmecophila brysiana (Lem.) G.C. Kenn. 1979

    ~Scomburgkia carinata Greisbach 1864 - See Schomburgkia lyonsii Lindl. 1853

    ~Schomburgkia chionodora Rchb.f 1886 - See Myrmecophila galeottiana {A. Rich.) Rolfe 1917

    ~Schomburgkia chionodora var kimballiana Rchb.f 1888 - See Myrmecophila galeottiana {A. Rich.) Rolfe 1917

  1. Schomburgkia crispa Lindley 1838

    SUBGENUS Schomburgkia

    Part sun Hot to Warm

    ~Schomburgkia crispa var. alba L.C.Menezes 2002 - See Schomburgkia gloriosa Rchb. f. 1860

    ~Schomburgkia crispa var. wallisii (Rchb.f.) H.G.Jones 1969 - See Schomburgkia gloriosa Rchb. f. 1860

    ~Schomburgkia exaltata Kraenzl. 1926 - See Myrmecophila exaltata (Kraenzl.) G.C. Kenn. 1979

  2. !Schomburgkia fimbriata [Vell] Hoehne 1952

    SUBGENUS SchomburgkiaFull sunHot Falland EARLY Winter

    ~Schomburgkia galeottiana A. Rich. 1845 - See Myrmecophila galeottiana {A. Rich.) Rolfe 1917

    ~Schomburgkia galeottiana var chionodora [Rchb.f] Jones 1968 - See Myrmecophila galeottiana {A. Rich.) Rolfe 1917

    ~Schomburgkia galeottiana var kimballiana [Rchb.f]Jones 1963 - See Myrmecophila galeottiana {A. Rich.) Rolfe 1917

  3. Schomburgkia gloriosa Rchb. f. 1860

    Part sun HotFall EARLYWinter

    ~Schomburgkia gloriosa f. alba (L.C.Menezes) F.Barros & J.A.N.Bat. 2004 - See Schomburgkia gloriosa Rchb. f. 1860

    ~Schomburgkia grandiflora (Lindl.) Sander 1901 - See Myrmecophila tibicinis [Bateman]Rolfe 1917

    ~Schomburgkia humboldtii [Rchb.f]Rchb.f 1856 - See Myrmecophila humboldtii [Rchb.f] Rolfe 1917

    ~Schomburgkia humboldtii var breviscapa Jones 1972 - See Myrmecophila humboldtii [Rchb.f] Rolfe 1917

    ~Schomburgkia intermedia (H.G.Jones) Withner 1993 - See Myrmecophila tibicinis [Batem.]Rolfe 1917

    ~Schomburgkia lepidissimma Rchb.f 1888 - See Myrmecophila galeottiana {A. Rich.) Rolfe 1917

  4. Schomburgkia lueddemannii Prill. 1862

    SUBGENUS Schomburgkia

    ~Schomburgkia lueddemaniana var costaricana [Rchb.f] Jones 1967 - See Schomburgkia lueddemannii Prill. 1862

  5. Schomburgkia lyonsii Lindl. 1853

    Part sun Hot toWarm LATERSummer THROUGH Fall

    ~Schomburgkia lyonsii var. immaculata H.G.Jones 1972 - See Schomburgkia lyonsii Lindl. 1853

    ~Schomburgkia marginata Hkr. 1840 - See Schomburgkia crispa Lindley 1838

    ~Schomburgkia marginata var immarginata Hkr. 1840 - See Schomburgkia crispa Lindley 1838

  6. Schomburgkia moyobambae Schltr. 1921

    SUBGENUS Schomburgkia

    Part sun Hotto Warm WinterSpring

    ~Schomburgkia quesneliana Lindl. 1860 - See Schomburgkia undulata Lindl. 1841

    ~Schomburgkia rhionodora var kimballiana Rchb.f 1888 - See Myrmecophila galeottiana {A. Rich.) Rolfe 1917

  7. Schomburgkia rosea Linden ex Lindl. 1845

    SUBGENUS Schomburgkia

    Part sun Hot Winter

    ~Schomburgkia rosea var. schultzei (Schltr.) H.G.Jones 1970 - See Schomburgkia schultzei Schltr. 1924

    ~Schomburgkia sanderiana Rolfe 1891 - See Myrmecophila galeottiana {A. Rich.) Rolfe 1917

  8. Schomburgkia sawyeri Withner 1993

    SUBGENUS Chaunoschomburgkia Part sunWarm to Hot Summer

  9. Schomburgkia schultzei Schltr. 1924

    SUBGENUS Schomburgkia

    to

  10. Schomburgkia splendida Schltr. 1913

    Full sun Hot to WarmSummer THROUGH Winter

  11. Schomburgkia superbiens (Lindl.) Rolfe 1917

    SUBGENUS Schomburgkia

    Fragrance Part sunHot to Cool LATE Fallto EARLY Winter

    ~Schomburgkia thompsonianus Rchb.f 1887 - See Myrmecophila thompsoniana [Rchb.f] Rolfe 1917

    ~Schomburgkia thomsoniana var albopurpurea Strachan ex Fawcett 1894 - See Myrmecophila albopurpurea [Strachan ex Fawcett]Nir 2000

    ~Schomburgkia thomsoniana var atropurpurea Hkr.f 1902 - See Myrmecophila albopurpurea [Strachan ex Fawcett]Nir 2000

    ~Schomburgkia thompsoniana var minor Strachan ex Fawc. 1894 - See Myrmecophila thompsoniana [Rchb.f] Rolfe 1917

    ~Schomburgkia thompsoniana var minor Hkr. 1902 - See Myrmecophila thompsoniana [Rchb.f] Rolfe 1917

    ~Schomburgkia tibicinis [Batem. ex Lindley] Batem. 1837-43 - See Myrmecophila tibicinis [Batem.]Rolfe 1917

    ~Schomburgkia tibicinis var. exaltata (Kraenzl.) H.G. Jones 1965 - See Myrmecophila exaltata (Kraenzl.) G.C. Kenn. 1979

    ~Schomburgkia tibicinis var grandiflora Lindley 1845 - See Myrmecophila tibicinis [Batem.]Rolfe 1917

  12. Schomburgkia undulata Lindley 1841

    SUBGENUS Schomburgkia

    FragrancePart sun Warm toHot LATE Fall Winterto EARLY Spring

    ~Schomburgkia undulata var costaricana [Rchb.f] Jones 1963 - See Schomburgkia lueddemannii Prill. 1862

    ~Schomburgkia undulata var lueddemaniana [Prill.] Jones 1963 - See Schomburgkia lueddemannii Prill. 1862

    ~**Schomburgkia vellozicola Hoehne 1934 - See Pseudolaelia vellozicola C.Porto & Brade 1935

    ~Schomburgkia violacea Paxton 1849 - See Schomburgkia undulata Lindl. 1841

  13. Schomburgkia wallisii Rchb. f. 1877

    Part sunWarm to Cool LATE Spring

  14. Schomburgkia weberbaueriana Kraenzl. 1906

    SUBGENUS SchomburgkiaPart sunWarm to Hot LATE Spring

    ~Schomburgkia wendlandii (Rchb. f.) H.G. Jones 1961 - See Myrmecophila wendlandii (Rchb. f.) G.C. Kenn. 1979

    ~Schomburgkia wendlandii (Rchb.f.) Brieger 1960 - See Myrmecophila wendlandii (Rchb. f.) G.C. Kenn. 1979

`Schuitemania Ormerod 2002 SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Cranichideae SUBTRIBE Goodyerinae

This is a monotypic terrestrial genus from the Philippines that is within the Jewel Orchids that have velvety veined leaves.

Common Name or Meaning Schuiteman's Orchid [Dutch Botanist current]

Type Species = ! = Schuitemania merrillii (Ames) Ormerod 2002

  1. !Schuitemania merrillii (Ames) Ormerod 2002

    Full shade Warm Spring

`Schunkea Senghas 1994 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae

There is a single species in this new found genus endemic to Espiritu Santo Brazil and related to Macradenia but differs in the flat, entire, unhooded anther bed an un-lobed labellum .

Common Name or Meaning Shunke's Orchid [Brazilian orchid enthusiast current]

Type Species = ! = Schunkea vierlingii Senghas 1994

  1. !Schunkea vierlingii Senghas 1994

~Schwartzkopffia Kraenzl.1900 - See Brachycorythis Lindl. 1838 SUBFAMILY Orchidiodeae, TRIBE Orchideae, SUBTRIBE Orchidinae.

~Schwartzkopffia angolensis Schltr. 1921 - See Brachycorythis lastii Rolfe 1898

~Schwartzkopffia buettneriana Kraenzl. 1900 - See Brachycorythis pumilio (Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1882

~ Schwartzkopffia lastii (Rolfe) Schltr. 1914 - See Brachycorythis lastii Rolfe 1898

~Schwartzkopffia pumilio (Lindl.) Schltr. 1914 - See Brachycorythis pumilio (Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1882

~`Scleropteris Schweidw. 1839 - See Cirrhaea Lindley 1832 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae, SUBTRIBE Stanhopeinae

~Scleropteris flava Scheidw. 1839 - See Cirrhaea dependens Loudon 1850

~`Scoliochilus Rchb.f. 1872 - See Appendicula Blume 1825 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Podochileae, SUBTRIBE Podochilinae.

~Scopularia Lindl. 1834 - See Holothrix Rich. ex Lindl. 1835SUBFAMILY Orchidiodeae, TRIBE Orchideae, SUBTRIBE Orchidinae

`Scuticaria Lindley 1843 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbideae, SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae.

This genus has ten species spread through Brazil, Guyana, Peru, and Venezuelan and is a terete leafed epiphyte with a pendant growth habit and as such requires a slab mount of tree fern or like material with plenty of water and shaded conditions while in growth and less after flowering. The genus is characterized by having cylindrical terete leaves that can reach a meter and a half in length with imperceptible swellings at the base. The inflorescence is a short lateral raceme with a few flowers that are medium sized with similar sepals and petals, a lip that has three or four lobules and bears a basal callus. The coulumn has a well developed foot which the lateral sepals are attached forming a prominent mentum.

Common Name or Meaning refers to the drooping, whip-like leaves

Type Species = ! = Scuticaria steelei (Hook.) Lindl. 1843

  1. Scuticaria bahiensis K.L.Davies & Stpiczynska 2008

    ~Scuticaria de keyseriana Hort ex Stein 1892 - See Scuticaria steelei (Hook.) Lindl. 1843

    ~Scuticaria dodgsoni Hort. 1878 - See Scuticaria hadwenii [Lindley]Hooker 1944

  2. Scuticaria hadwenii [Lindley]Hooker 1944

    Fragrance Part shadeWarm Springto Fall

    ~Scuticaria hadwenii var. bella Watson 1890 - See Scuticaria hadwenii [Lindley]Hooker 1944

    ~Scuticaria hadwenii var. dogsonii (Rchb.f.) Stein 1892 - See Scuticaria hadwenii [Lindley]Hooker 1944

    ~ Scuticaria hadwenii var. pardalina Watson 1890 - See Scuticaria hadwenii [Lindley]Hooker 1944

  3. Scuticaria irwiniana Pabst 1973

    Part shadeWarm to Cool

  4. Scuticaria itirapinensis Pabst 1973

  5. Scuticaria kautskyi Pabst 1972

    ~Scuticaria keyseriana auct. 1894 - See Scuticaria steelei (Hook.) Lindl. 1843

    ~Scuticaria mooreana Hort - See Scuticaria peruviana D.E.Benn. & Christenson 2002

  6. Scuticaria novaesii F.Barros & Cath. 1981 publ. 1982

    Fragrance Part sun CooltoWarm

  7. Scuticaria peruviana D.E.Benn. & Christenson 2002

    Deep ShadeWarmCoolSpring

  8. Scuticaria salesiana Dressler 1968

    Part shadeWarm to Hot Summer

  9. !Scuticaria steelei (Hook.) Lindl. 1843

  10. Scuticaria strictifolia Hoehne 1947

    Part shadeWarm to Cool

Sedirea Garay & H.R. Sweet 1974 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aeridinae.

Common Name or Meaning An anagram of the genus Aerides of which it has spome similarities

This small monopodial epiphytic genus with 2 species is native from China, Japan and Korea. Sedirea is Aerides spelled backwards as the genus was previously included in Aerides. The plant may be grown in small pots or mounted. The plant lacks pseudobulbs and appears to be easily prone to desiccation in cultivation, therefore watering should be regular all year. The plant should be given medium bright light and intermediate temperatures.

Type Species = ! = Aerides japonica L. Linden & Rchb. f. 1863 = Sedirea japonica (L. Linden & Rchb. f.) Garay & H.R. Sweet 1974

  1. !Sedirea japonica (L. Linden & Rchb. f.) Garay & H.R. Sweet 1974

    Fragrance Part sun Cool Springand Summer

  2. Sedirea subparishii (Z.H.Tsi) Christenson 1985

    Fragrance Part shade HotWarmSpring

Seegeriella Senghas 1997 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae.

There is but a single species in this genus endemic to Bolivia. It has only been found a few times and is very rare by all accounts. It is characterized by being a miniature sized orchid with tiny pseduobulbs partially enveloped by the leaf bases and carrying very narrow, terete to oblong leaves that blooms on a basal, pendant inflorescence carring several greenish white flowers held in a tight cluster at the apex. The sepals and petals are free, oblanceolate and green, the lip and column are united from the base of the column to the midpoint. The lip is trilobed and the lateral lobes elongate and recurving to form an anchor shaped structure with a clavate column with a pair of round lobes.

Common Name or Meaning Seeger's Orchid [German Cultivator of species current]

Type Species = ! = Seegeriella pinifolia Senghas 1997

  1. !Seegeriella pinifolia Senghas 1997

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

This is a monotypic genus from Thailand and Burma only. It was first described as Aerides mitrata in 1864 by Reichenbach, it was subsequently removed from Aerides by Seidenfaden in 1972 when he described the new genus.

Common Name or Meaning Named for Gunnar Seidenfadden a Danish taxomonist

Type Species = ! = Aerides mitratum Rchb.f 1864 = Seidenfadenia mitrata [Rchb.f]Garay 1972

  1. !Seidenfadenia mitrata [Rchb.f]Garay 1972

    Fragrance Part sunWarm to Hot Spring

Seidenfadeniella C.S.Kumar in C.Sathish Kumar & K.S.Manilal 1994 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Vandeae, SUBTRIBE Aeridinae

There are 2 monopodial species in this genus separated from Cleisostoma.

Common Name or Meaning Named for Gunnar Seidenfadden a Danish taxomonist

Type Species = ! = Seidenfadeniella rosea (Wight) C.S.Kumar in C.Sathish Kumar & K.S.Manilal 1994

  1. !Seidenfadeniella rosea (Wight) C.S.Kumar 1994

    Part shadeWarm Winter Spring

~Seidenfia Szlach. 1995 - See Malaxis Sw. 1788 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Malaxideae SUBTRIBE Malaxidinae

~Seidenfia discolor (Lindl.) Szlach. 1995 - See Malaxis discolor (Lindl.) Kuntze 1891

~Seidenfia rheedei (Sw.) Szlach. 1995 - See Malaxis resupinata (G.Forst.) Kuntze 1891

~Seidenfia versicolor (Lindl.) Marg. & Szlach. 2001 - See Malaxis versicolor (Lindl.) Abeyw. 1959

~Seidenfia versicolor (Lindl.) M.R.Almeida 2004 - See Malaxis versicolor (Lindl.) Abeyw. 1959

Selenipedium Rchb.f. 1854 SUBFAMILY Cypripedioideae

There are three to five species left at this time in this terrestrial, tall growing, bamboolike genus with reedy stems and prominent plicate leaves that bear small, non-descript flowers in a terminal raceme. These orchids are rarely seen in cultivation. Many orchids bearing the name Selenipedium are actually from the genus Phragmipedium. The genus is comprised of long stemed terrestrails, some growing as tall as 3 meters, with narrowly lanceolate [grass-like], plicate leaves, alternating on either side of the stem. The terminal, racemose, successively flowering inflorescence with small flowers that have the lateral sepals fused together and the lip is a slipper shape. The column has two fertile anthers one on each side and a sheild-shaped staminodesitting in the center and trotrudes over the top of the column.

Common Name or Meaning Moon Slipper

Type Species = ! = Selenipedium chica Rchb.f 1854

  1. Selenipedium aequinoctiale Garay 1978

    Part shadeWarm to HotSpring to Summer

    ~Selenipedium boissierianum Rchb. f. 1854 - See Phragmipedium boissierianum (Rchb. f.) Rolfe 1896

    ~Selenipedium caricinum (Lindl. & Paxton) Rchb. f. 1854 - See Phragmipedium pearcei (Rchb. f.) Rauh & Senghas 1975

    ~Selenipedium caudatum (Lindl.) Rchb. f. 1854 - See Phragmipedium caudatum (Lindl.) Rolfe 1896

    ~Selenipedium caudatum var. albertianum Linden 1888 - See Phragmipedium caudatum (Lindl.) Rolfe 1896

    ~Selenipedium caudatum var. wallisii (Rchb. f.) Rolfe 1895 - See Phragmipedium wallisii (Rchb. f.) Garay 1978

  2. !Selenipedium chica Rchb.f. & Warsz. 1854

    Full sun Hot Fall

    ~*Selenipedium czerwiakowianum Rchb. f. 1854 - See Phragmipedium czerwiakowianum (Rchb. f.) Rolfe 1896

    ~Selenipedium dariense Rchb.f 1869 - See Phragmipedium longifolium [Warsc. & Rchb.f]Rolfe 1896

    ~Selenipedium gracile (H.J.Veitch) Desbois 1889 - See Phragmipedium longifolium [Warsc. & Rchb.f]Rolfe 1896

    ~Selenipedium hartwegii (Rchb. f.) Rchb. f. 1854 - See Phragmipedium hartwegii [Rchb.f] L.O.Williams 1839

    ~Selenipedium hincksianum Rchb. f. 1878 - See Phragmipedium longifolium [Warsc. & Rchb.f] Rolfe 1896

  3. Selenipedium isabelianum Barb.Rodr. 1874

    ~Selenipedium kaieteurum N.E. Br. 1885 - See Phragmipedium kaieteurum (N.E. Br.) Garay 1979

    ~Selenipedium klotzschianum (Rchb.f.) Rchb.f. 1854 - See Phragmipedium klotzschianum (Rchb.f.) Rolfe 1896

    ~Selenipedium laevigatum May 1885 - See Paphiopedilum philippinense [Rchb.f]Stein 1892

    ~Selenipedium lindenii (Lindl.) G.Nicholson 1886 - See Phragmipedium lindenii (Lindl.) Dressler & N.H. Williams 1975

    ~Selenipedium lindleyanum (M.R.Schomb. ex Lindl.) Rchb.f. 1854 - See Phragmipedium lindleyanum (R.H. Schomb. ex Lindl.) Rolfe 1896

    ~Selenipedium lindleyanum var. kaieteurium (N.E.Br.) Cogn. 1893 - See Phragmipedium kaieteurum (N.E. Br.) Garay 1979

    ~Selenipedium longifolium Rchb.f. 1854 - See Phragmipedium longifolium [Warsc. & Rchb.f] Rolfe 1896

    ~Selenipedium longifolium var. hartwegii (Rchb.f.) Pucci 1891 - See Phragmipedium hartwegii [Rchb.f] L.O.Williams 1839

  4. Selenipedium palmifolium (Lindl.) Rchb. f. 1854

    Part shadeWarm to Hot

    ~Selenipedium parishii (Rchb. f.) Jolibois 1885 - See Paphiopedilum parishii [Rchb.f]Stein 1894

    ~Selenipedium paulistanum (Barb.Rodr.) Rolfe 1893 - See Phragmipedium vittatum (Vell.) Rolfe 1896

    ~*Selenipedium pearcei Rchb. f. 1866 - See Phragmipedium pearcei (Rchb. f.) Rauh & Senghas 1975

    ~Selenipedium reichenbachii Endres 1869 - See Phragmipedium longifolium [Warsc. & Rchb.f] Rolfe 1896

    ~*Selenipedium reticulatum Rchb. f. 1874 - See Phragmipedium reticulatum (Rchb. f.) Garay 1978

    ~*Selenipedium roezlii Rchb. f. 1871 - See Phragmipedium roezlii (Rchb. f.) Garay 1979

    ~Selenipedium sargentianum Rolfe 1893 - See Phragmipedium sargentianum (Rolfe) Rolfe 1896

    ~*Selenipedium schlimii Linden ex Rchb.f. 1854 - See Phragmipedium schlimii [Linden ex Rchb.f]Rolfe 1896

    ~Selenipedium schomburgkianum (Klotzsch ex M.R.Schomb.) Desbois 1888 - See Phragmipedium klotzschianum (Rchb.f.) Rolfe 1896

  5. Selenipedium steyermarkii Foldats 1961.

    to

    ~Selenipedium vittatum Rchb. f. 1876 - See Phragmipedium vittatum (Vell.) Rolfe 1896

    ~Selenipedium wallisii (Rchb.f.) Rchb.f. 1878 - See Phragmipedium wallisii (Rchb. f.) Garay 1978

    ~Selenipedium wallisii (Rchb.f.) Linden 1887 - See Phragmipedium wallisii (Rchb. f.) Garay 1978

    ~Selenipedium warszewiczianum [Rchb.f] Rchb. f. 1854 - See Phragmipedium wallisii [Rchb.f]Garay 1978

    ~Selenipedium warscewiczii Rchb.f. 1873 - See Phragmipedium humboldtii (Warsz. ex Rchb.f.) J.T.Atwood & Dressler 1998 publ. 1999

~Semiphajus Gagnep. 1932 - See Eulophia R. Brown & Lindley 1823 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae, SUBTRIBE Eulophiinae.

~Semiphajus chevalieri Gagnep. 1932 - See Eulophia spectabilis (Dennst.) Suresh 1988

~Senghasia Szlach. 2003 - See Kefersteinia Rchb.f 1852 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae , TRIBE Cymbidieae, SUBTRIBE Zygopetaliinae

~Senghasia auriculata (Dressler) Szlach. 2003 - See Kefersteinia auriculata Dressler 1983

~Senghasia bertoldii (Jenny) Szlach. & Romowicz 2006 - See Kefersteinia bertoldii Jenny 1985

~Senghasia chocoensis (G.Gerlach & Senghas) Szlach. 2003 - See Kefersteinia chocoensis G.Gerlach & Senghas 1990

~Senghasia costaricensis (Schltr.) Szlach. 2003 - See Kefersteinia costaricensis Schltr. 1918

~Senghasia guacamayoana (Dodson & Hirtz) Szlach. 2003 - See Kefersteinia guacamayoana Dodson & Hirtz 1989

~Senghasia jarae (D.E.Benn. & Christenson) Szlach. & Romowicz 2006 - See Kefersteinia jarae D.E.Benn. & Christenson 1994

~Senghasia lactea (Rchb.f.) Szlach. & Romowicz 2006 - See Kefersteinia lactea (Rchb.f.) Schltr. 1923

~Senghasia maculosa (Dressler) Szlach. 2003 - See Kefersteinia maculosa Dressler 1983

~Senghasia ocellata (Garay) Szlach. 2003 - See Kefersteinia ocellata Garay 1969

~Senghasia parvilabris (Schltr.) Szlach. 2003 - See Kefersteinia parvilabris Schltr. 1923

~Senghasia perlonga (Dressler) Szlach. 2003 - See Kefersteinia perlonga Dressler 1991

~Senghasia retanae (G. Gerlach) Szlach. 2003 - See Kefersteinia retanae G. Gerlach 2000

~Senghasia trullata (Dressler) Szlach. 2003 - See Kefersteinia trullata Dressler 1991

~Senghasia vollesii (Jenny) Szlach. 2003 - See Kefersteinia vollesii Jenny 1985

~Senghasia wercklei (Schltr.) Szlach. 2003 - See Kefersteinia wercklei Schltr. 1923

~Senghasiella Szlach. 2001 - See Habenaria Willd. 1805SUBFAMILY Orchidoideae, TRIBE Orchideae, SUBTRIBE Orchidinae.

Senghasiella glaucifolia (Bureau & Franch.) Szlach. 2001 - See Habenaria glaucifolia Bureau & Franch. 1891

~Sepalosaccus Schltr. 1923 - See Maxillaria Ruiz and Pavon 1794 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Cymbidieae, SUBTRIBE Oncidiinae.

~Sepalosaccus horichii (Senghas) Senghas 1993 - See Maxillaria horichii Senghas 1977

~Sepalosaccus humilis Schltr. 1923 - See Maxillaria strumata (Endres & Rchb.f.) Ames & Correll 1943

~Sepalosaccus strumatus (Endres & Rchb.f.) Garay 1962 - See Maxillaria strumata (Endres & Rchb.f.) Ames & Correll 1943

~Sepalosiphon Schltr. 1912 - See Glomera Blume 1825 SUBFAMILY Epidendroideae, TRIBE Podochileae, SUBTRIBE Coelogyninae

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