Synonyms for clemensiae or Related words with clemensiae

pierrei              filamentosa              spathulatus              triclisia              vollesen              setulosa              perplexum              lirata              microstigma              herthae              bifurcata              sertularia              euplassa              trinervis              borneense              cumingiana              dilatata              hirtellus              carnicolor              papillata              angulosa              schlechteri              ceylanica              arcuatum              brownlowia              rechingeri              exiguum              dielsii              lamellata              obesa              fluminensis              harlingii              risbec              helferi              platycarpa              hemisphaerica              bispinosa              setigera              ovoidea              gracilipes              nodulosa              thwaitesii              membranacea              swintonia              bicarinata              conicum              schumach              struthanthus              costulatus              macrochlamys             



Examples of "clemensiae"
Bulbophyllum clemensiae is a species of orchid in the genus "Bulbophyllum".
In 2004, "Grammitis" was shown to be polyphyletic if broadly circumscribed. "Grammitis tenella" had been shown to be closely related to "Adenophorus" in 2003, and the new combination "Adenophorus tenellus" was published in 2008. Several species formerly in "Grammitis" have been transferred to "Oreogrammitis". These include "Oreogrammitis clemensiae", "Oreogrammitis hookeri", and others. The genera "Ctenopterella, Dasygrammitis, Radiogrammitis, Tomophyllum", and "Xiphopterella" were established in 2007 and some of these contain species that were formerly in "Grammitis". "Lellingeria tomensis" was moved out of "Grammitis" to "Lellingeria" in 2004. Transfers to other genera have also been made. The classification of "Grammitis basalis", "Grammitis recondita", and others remains undecided.