Synonyms for habenaria or Related words with habenaria

caffra              puberula              kosterm              radlk              anomalum              setigera              sepiaria              celebica              mussaenda              auriculata              pierrei              schlechteri              grewia              connata              laxum              foveolata              laxiflora              thwaitesii              papuana              schefflera              lancifolia              gracillima              hirtella              urera              calcarata              subulata              sessiliflora              annamensis              campanulata              ehretia              congesta              summerh              gracilipes              cymosa              glabrescens              hiern              mucronata              chrysantha              brassii              plumosa              buxifolia              dielsii              sessilifolia              labill              ruellia              peduncularis              perezia              palicourea              triflora              ciliata             



Examples of "habenaria"
Habenaria plantaginea is a species of orchid native to Asia.
Habenaria, commonly called bog orchids, are a far ranging genus of orchids. There are approximately 800-1000 species of "Habenaria", native to every continent except Antarctica, in both tropical and temperate zones.
Gennaria diphylla was illustrated (as Habenaria cordata) in plate 3164 of Curtis' Botanical Magazine, 1832.
Habenaria medusa is a species of orchid endemic to Java, Sumatra, Sulawesi and Borneo.
Habenaria yuana is a species of plant in the Orchidaceae family. It is endemic to China.
Habenaria delavayi is a species of plant in the Orchidaceae family. It is endemic to China.
Habenaria mairei is a species of plant in the Orchidaceae family. It is endemic to China.
Habenaria fargesii is a species of plant in the Orchidaceae family. It is endemic to China.
Habenaria finetiana is a species of plant in the Orchidaceae family. It is endemic to China.
Habenaria fordii is a species of plant in the Orchidaceae family. It is endemic to China.
Habenaria rhodocheila is a species of orchid that occurs from South China to peninsular Malaysia and the Philippines.
Habenaria quinqueseta (longhorn bog orchid) is a species of orchid closely related to "H. macroceratitis" and often mistaken for it.
Habenaria dentata is a species of orchid native to the Himalaya, China, India, Indochina, Thailand and Myanmar.
Habenaria floribunda is a species of orchid widespread across much of Latin America, the West Indies and Florida.
"Platanthera" may be distinguished from "Orchis" and "Habenaria" by the absence of stigmatic processes, and the absence of ovoid roots.
Habenaria macroceratitis (big-horn bog orchid or long-horned false rein orchid) is a species of orchid closely related to "H. quinqueseta" and often mistaken for it. "Habenaria macroceratitis" is native to Central America, Mexico, the West Indies (Cuba, Jamaica, Hispaniola), northern South America (Colombia, Venezuela, the Guianas), and Florida.
Louis Claude Richard chose the name "Platanthera" for this genus; it comes from the Greek and means "broad or wide anther," referring to the separation of the base of the pollinia in the type species of the genus. Richard felt that this characteristic distinguished the genus "Platanthera" from both the genus "Orchis" and the genus "Habenaria". However, today the defining characteristics of the genus are generally accepted to be the absence of both stigmatic processes (typical in "Habenaria") and ovoid root-tuberoids (characteristic of both "Habenaria" and "Orchis"). Still, "P. nivea", "P. clavellata" and "P. integra" all have stigmatic processes, showing the limitations of morphological characteristics in defining this clade.
Habenaria obovata is a species of plant in the Orchidaceae family. It is endemic to Cameroon. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical dry lowland grassland.
It has been suggested that "Ponerorchis" should be broadened to include Chusua, and that "Hemipilia" should include single `orphan' species of "Ponerorchis" and "Habenaria"
65. Marta Kras, Hanna B. Margońska. 2010. A new taxon of Habenaria (Orchidaceae, Habenariinae) from Tahiti. Ann. Nat. Mus. Wien. ser. Bot. 111 B.: 171-173.