Ponerorchis and Neottianthe are nested within Amitostigma, and Jin et al. Smithsonian Contributions to Botany, number 6 1, 79 pages, 94 figures, 4 plates, 1986.-The Orchidaceae is the largest flowering plant family, with approximately 25,000 species. (1), Pteroglossa Schltr. ex Lindl. (2005). Classification: About the Classification Report About the Classification Download . In addition, the two clades of Eulophia identified in Martos et al. (7), Brassia R.Br. (64), Caluera Dodson & Determann (3), Capanemia Barb.Rodr. Also in Xiang et al. A quick look at the many polytomies in Figure 1 demonstrates that more work is needed to sort out subtribal relationships within many tribes (e.g. Many of the species develop pseudobulbs (i.e. (9), Lepidogyne Blume (1), Ludisia A.Rich. It is now known to occur in Papua New Guinea as well. de Fraga & Kollmann, 2010; Kollmann, 2010; Chiron, Sanson & Ximenes Bolsanello, 2011) relative to the circumscription of Anthereon sensu Pridgeon et al., (2001b), which was just six species. Basiphyllaea Schltr. (2005). Like Ericksonella, Pheladenia is monospecific, in this case with the single species Pheladenia deformis (R.Br.) (1), Oeceoclades Lindl. (2010) and Freudenstein & Chase (2015). Chase et al. van den Berg et al., 2005, seen in 2003 prior to its publication). A great deal more study is needed before adjusting the generic limits in this group. (1). & Greenm.) a mass of waxy pollen or of coherent pollen grains; pollinia with caudicle and viscidium or without; stigma entire or 3-lobed; rostellum present; 1-locular ovary; leaves: distichous or spiraling, Cosmopolitan; largest tribe of this subfamily, with over 8,000 species. (2003) was Dendrobiinae, but it has a clear relationship to Malaxideae in Górniak et al. (11), Calanthe R.Br. [= Eulophia pulchra (Thouars) Lindl. (15), Peristeranthus T.E.Hunt (1), Phalaenopsis Blume (70), Phragmorchis L.O.Williams (1), Plectorrhiza Dockrill (3), Pomatocalpa Breda (25), Porrorhachis Garay (2), Pteroceras Hassk. Along with the Asteraceae, they are one of the two largest families of flowering plants. (2003) were unplaced, but have since been demonstrated to be polyphyletic in this broader circumscription. (2001) recognized a large number of genera segregated from Caladenia, we prefer to maintain the broader concept of this large, mostly Australian genus (as per Hopper & Brown, 2004). (835), Hemipilia Lindl. This is the largest tribe, containing more than 1,700 species. Relative to Chase et al. (5), Drymoanthus Nicholls (4), Dyakia Christenson (1), Eclecticus* P.O'Byrne (1), Gastrochilus D.Don (56), Grosourdya Rchb.f. (2003), we include Aulostylis Schltr. (3), Artorima Dressler & G.E.Pollard (1), Barkeria Knowl. An update to that classification was published by Chase et alii in 2015. (2), Schunkea Senghas (1), Seegeriella Senghas (2), Solenidium Lindl. An additional problem is that, with current next-generation sequencing technologies, the DNA samples used in previous standard sequencing studies are not suitable as templates, although this problem is likely to be overcome by future next-generation sequencing technologies that are being tested in many laboratories, such as single-strand sequencing (e.g. 1789. As with the case of Maxillaria above, it could be argued that fewer, larger genera would have been a more useful treatment, but this would have required more study and the addition of many more data in order to obtain better supported results. In the 1990s, orchid taxonomy began to be influenced by molecular phylogenetics based on DNA sequences. In: "Notes on Orchideae". (1), Spathoglottis Blume (48), Tainia Blume (23). and Porphyrodesme Schltr. It should be admitted that these approaches are likely to be most important at the species and intergeneric levels and are unlikely to have much impact on higher level studies. We have applied this same principle to subtribes, and so, for example, have placed Dilomilis, Neocogniauxia and Tomzanonia in Pleurothallidinae, Arpophyllum in Laeliinae and Coelia in Calypsoinae. Here, the authors suggest that an expansion of Calanthe to include Cephalantheropsis, Gastrorchis and Phaius would be most appropriate, given the shared features of these plants and problem with the placement of species such as Calanthe (Phaius) delavayi. Aerangis Rchb.f. Finally, in Freudenstein & Chase (2015), Coelia is sister to Calypsoinae with high bootstrap support, and it seems that this difficult-to-place genus has at last found a well-supported placement. Hemipiliopsis L.B.Luo & S.C.Chen (Luo & Chen, 2003), which had been thought to be related to Habenaria or Brachycorythis based on morphology (Luo, Zhu & Kurzweil, 2005; Pridgeon et al., 2014), falls within Hemipilia in Jin et al. (19), Epipactis Zinn (49), Limodorum Boehm. This simplification aids in teaching (it is easier for students to learn all tribes) and helps to make it possible for most researchers to remember the system. The species included in Nemaconia were previously referred to Ponera, but van den Berg et al. (58), Aeranthes Lindl. (2005), it was tentatively placed in Neottieae. They are mostly epiphytes, but include some terrestrials and myco-heterotrophs, all occurring in most tropical areas. ex Benth. (2008), Chase (2009), Chase, Williams & Whitten (2009) and Neubig et al. (658), Neomoorea Rolfe (1), Rudolfiella Hoehne (6), Scuticaria Lindl. Most green orchids are dependent on fungi during part or perhaps all of their life cycle. Renata Ruschi was included in Pseudolaelia by Barros (1994) but, until molecular data supported its inclusion there, it was maintained by Chase et al. (2003), but its position was queried. (30), Mystacidium Lindl. ( 2005 , 2009 , 2014 ), there has been a great deal of progress in understanding the phylogenetics of the largest subfamily, Epidendroideae. (4), Lemurorchis Kraenzl. For much more detailed treatments, the reader is referred to Pridgeon et al. (11), Quechua* Salazar & L.Jost (1), Sacoila Raf. data). A monandrous flower is one that has only a single stamen. 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Freudenstein (2003), An updated classification of Orchidaceae (2015), Native Orchids of Provence (France) French & English, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Taxonomy_of_the_Orchidaceae&oldid=993057231, Articles with unsourced statements from March 2011, Articles with unsourced statements from October 2015, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. ex Blume(9), Cymbidium Sw. (71), Grammatophyllum Blume (12), Porphyroglottis Ridl. Arethuseae are sister to the rest of the higher Epidendroideae, which is unsurprising given their mostly soft pollinia. Genoplesium R.Br. Dictyophyllaria dietschiana (Edwall) Garay has been investigated and found to be embedded in Vanilla (Pansarin 2010; Cameron, 2011); this species was originally described in Vanilla, and so it can now simply be considered as a member of that genus again. Schomburgkia Lindl. & Garay (3), Rhynchostylis Blume (3), Robiquetia Gaudich. (14). All subtribes are monophyletic. Górniak et al. Agrostophyllum Blume (100), Earina Lindl. According to cladistic analyses based on morphological character states or on nucleotide sequences, the orchid family is a monophyletic group. (2001a), but falls as sister to Hemipilia with weak support in Jin et al. (2005). (11). It appears that the description of a new subtribe for Pachites is likely to be necessary, but we prefer not to do this in this paper. (2014), Dipodium fell in a weakly supported position as sister to the rest of Cymbidieae, but recognizing a new subtribe for it (and potentially some of the other genera, such as Claderia and Imerinaea) is premature. (4), Cryptarrhena R.Br. A summary cladogram of orchid relationships based on published DNA studies is given. The best-sampled analysis in terms of data, Freudenstein & Chase (2015), also provides a mixed result depending on the type of analysis (maximum likelihood versus parsimony). (8), Pennilabium J.J.Sm. Alliances are designated provisionally and are not recognized in the ICNAFP. (1), Danxiaorchis† J.W.Zhai, F.W.Xing & Z.J.Liu (1), Ephippianthus Rchb.f. (2014) and falls in a poorly supported and isolated position in Maxillariiinae. Some of the genera are divided into subgenera, and some of the subgenera are divided into sections. In van den Berg et al. (70), Trichoceros Kunth (10), Trichopilia Lindl. (80). A number of generic changes have occurred in Orchideae (Orchidoideae), but the majority of changes have occurred in Epidendroideae. Angraecum, the largest genus of the subtribe, is polyphyletic and, once the phylogenetics of the subtribe beyond the American taxa (Carlward et al., 2006) and the Mascarene species (Micheneau et al., 2008) have been better studied, substantial alteration of the generic limits is anticipated. (2005), but was included in the addendum of Pridgeon et al. (9), Caucaea Schltr. Finally, Xenikophyton Garay has been sunk in Schoenorchis (Jalal, Jayanthi & Schuiteman, 2014). Devogelia may represent a distinct tribe, but, until fresh material can be examined and DNA analysed, its position must remain uncertain. (2014), and so we recognize it here. TAXONOMIC UNIQUENESS: There are about 85 species of Platanthera worldwide, with approximately 40 of them occurring in the U.S., and 6 in Arizona. An exclusive relationship of Hederorkis to Polystachya has not been demonstrated (Pridgeon et al., 2014), but it also has not been strongly refuted. All species have, as a unique feature, a sympodial growth habit and two pollinia. Ponerinae have the same generic composition as in Chase et al. Orchid plant clade, plant tribe and order fall under the scientific classification of Orchid. (27), Hapalorchis Schltr. Calochilus R.Br. Epidendrum), Bulbophyllum and Dendrobium. The holomycotrophic genus Silvorchis, with only one, presumably extinct species from Java, was included in subtribe Epipogiinae in Pridgeon et al. (2005), with the addition of heteromycotrophic Pogoniopsis (see Vanilloideae above). (4), Batemannia Lindl. f. – urn orchid P (3), Sirindhornia* H.A.Pedersen & Suksathan (3), Stenoglottis Lindl. (2), Ossiculum P.J.Cribb & Laan (1), Plectrelminthus Raf. Several thousand have been described since then.[14]. Schltr. The easiest solution is simply one large genus, a change in keeping with the broad treatments of Bulbophyllum, Dendrobium and Epidendrum. Orchid genus and other classification is necessary information to know for every botanist. (2), Sansonia* Chiron (2), Scaphosepalum Pfitzer (46), Specklinia Lindl. (4), Cleisocentron Brühl (6), Cleisomeria Lindl. Like many others before him, Dressler believed that the monandrous orchids form a monophyletic group. Kenneth M. Cameron. As of 2015, Orchidaceae was not yet covered in The Families and Genera of Vascular Plants, though most of the vascular plant families had been covered by that time. In Cranichidinae, several studies (Figueroa et al., 2008; Álvarez-Molina & Cameron, 2009; Salazar et al., 2009) have shown that a pair of species, Prescottia tubulosa (Lindl.) (64), Palmorchis Barb.Rodr. (2001), but it was clear from that work that substantial changes to the circumscription of Coelogyne and related genera are needed. Little has changed in the groups with mostly mealy (primitive) pollinia, the formerly recognized Neottioideae. (2005), but it is a member of Calanthe. In Triphoreae, we recognize two subtribes in parallel with the treatment in Pridgeon et al. (6), Lecanorchis Blume (20), Pseudovanilla Garay (8), Vanilla Plum. In 2003, a new phylogenetic classification divided Orchidaceae into five subfamilies: Apostasioideae, Vanilloideae, Cypripedioideae, Orchidoideae, and Epidendroideae. Renz (in Pearce, Cribb & Renz, 2001) established Bhutanthera for a small group of diminutive alpine species from Sikkim and Bhutan, some of which had been included in Habenaria. (4), Dactylostalix Rchb.f. (10), Paracaleana Blaxell (13), Spiculaea Lindl. Also problematic was the use of only nrITS, which is difficult to align at deeper taxonomic levels in Orchidaceae, particularly for a highly sequence-divergent group such as Vanilloideae (Cameron, 2009). The limits of Calanthe have been disputed and, in Xiang et al. (2003). (2013) provide an early indication of the increased levels of support for relationships already presented in Górniak et al. Consequently, many of the taxa are not monophyletic. (17), Neogardneria Schltr. (21), Guanchezia G.A.Romero & Carnevali (1), Horvatia Garay (1), Lycaste Lindl. ORCHID FAMILY (ORCHIDACEAE) Largest family of flowering plants Terrestrial, epiphytic, or saprophytic herbs Orchid flowers come in different colours except black Example of an orchid is Vanilla planifolia, native to Mexico and Central America 4. and Trigonidium Lindl. (8), Peristylus Blume (103), Physoceras Schltr. Alliance Oncidium: largest alliance; includes the majority of genera in cultivation. & Olszewski (2). (39), Pleione D.Don (21), Thunia Rchb.f. Garay & G.C.Kenn. data) support their recognition. The circumscriptions provided in Blanco et al. (11), Holothrix Rich. (5), Telipogon Kunth (205), Thysanoglossa Porto & Brade (3), Tolumnia Raf. Filter. Since the last classification (Chase et al., 2003), there have been no changes in Apostasioideae and Cypripedioideae, and so we begin with Vanilloideae, in which there have been only a few. (1), Thelymitra J.R.Forst. Lindl. This is similar to the case of Pseuderia, which Yukawa, Cameron & Chase (1996) had earlier demonstrated was not related to Dendrobium. It reflects the considerable progress in orchid taxonomy that had been made since Dressler published his classification in 1993. (4), Encyclia Hook. The number of subtribes that should be recognized for this assemblage of genera is not yet sufficiently clear to be finally determined. (25), Amesiella Schltr. Dioscorides Press, Portland, OR. The Orchidaceae have about 28,000 currently accepted species, distributed in about 763 genera. (2), Cymbidiella Rolfe (3), Dipodium R.Br. (2003) with partial revisions in Pridgeon et al. (2002) and Cameron (2006). It is a terrestrial orchid with creeping rhizomes, unifoliate, homoblastic pseudobulbs, long-petiolate, stiffly plicate leaves, tall, terminal inflorescences carrying small Claderia-like flowers opening in succession, and four, apparently naked pollinia (Schuiteman, 2004). in Pridgeon et al. In Górniak et al. (2003), not in its own subtribe as in Pridgeon et al. (2012) who analysed plastid DNA. We include Ceratandra, Corycium, Evotella and Pterygodium in Coryciinae, but it is clear that generic realignments are needed in this subtribe. Malaxis and relatives are placed in Malaxidinae and included with Dendrobiinae in Malaxideae. and, unlike the embedded genera, could have been maintained, the perspective taken here was that the species concerned have previously been treated in Vanda (the first species of Neofinetia described was placed in Vanda), and thus to simplify the taxonomy a broad generic concept was adopted. (13), Hsenhsua* X.H.Jin, Schuit. Dodson, falls as sister to the pair of Eurystyles and Lankesterella. Thaia was originally described from Thailand as holomycotrophic (Seidenfaden, 1975), but, when it was rediscovered (Schuiteman et al., 2009), it was found to be leaf-bearing and green, and therefore probably autotrophic. ex D.Don in Loud. (42), Miltonia Lindl. (237), Mediocalcar J.J.Sm. Platyglottis L.O.Williams and Hexisea Lindl. (4), Constantia* Barb.Rodr. (12), Platanthera Rich. & Kraenzl. (21). (2003), Aerangidinae have been included in Angraecinae (Micheneau et al., 2008). (17), Gastrodia R.Br. (2005) did not have combinations published at that time for the species that would putatively have been included in them, but these have been made by several authors subsequently (e.g. (1), Anacamptis Rich. (12), Grammangis Rchb.f. Idaho Species . in W.T.Aiton (98), Halleorchis Szlach. & D.L.Jones, has flowers reminiscent of Pterostylis, although in detail they differ. (51), Gomesa R.Br. (2). Thelasiinae minus Ridleyella are sister to Eriinae, whereas Ridleyella is sister to the rest of Podochileae (van den Berg et al., 2005). 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