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Виды анектохилуса

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Anoectochilus
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Scientific classification

Kingdom: Plantae

Division: Magnoliophyta

Class: Liliopsida

Order: Asparagales

Family: Orchidaceae

Subfamily: Orchidoideae

Tribe: Cranichideae

Subtribe: Goodyerinae

Genus: Anoectochilus
Blume, 1825


Species
See text.
Anoectochilus is a genus of about 50 orchids (family Orchidaceae) belonging to the subfamily Orchidoideae. They are sometimes called "Jewel orchids" because of their attractive venation.
The name is derived from the Greek words : aniktos (open) and cheilos (lip).
They range from the Himalayas to tropical and subtropical Asia, south China, Australia, Papua New Guinea and the Pacific Islands, found in moist areas with deep shade. Most are small terrestrials, but a few are lithophytes with green or colored, velvetlike, intricate-veined leaves. The inflorescence on the erect central spike bears a few large pubescent and resupinate flowers with large, prominent lip. The petals form a hood together with the dorsal sepal. There are two stigma and two pollinia.

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Species
• Anoectochilus albolineatus C.S.P.Parish & Rchb.f. (1874) : White Lines Anoectochilus (Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam)
• Anoectochilus albomarginatus Loudon (1855)
• Anoectochilus baotingensis (K.Y.Lang) Ormerod (2003) (China, Hainan)
• Anoectochilus brevilabris Lindl.(1840) : Short-Lipped Anoectochilus
• Anoectochilus brevistylus (Hook.f.) Ridl. (1907)
• Anoectochilus burmannicus Rolfe (1922)
• Anoectochilus calcareus Aver. (1996 publ. 1997).
• Anoectochilus candidus (T.P.Lin & C.C.Hsu) K.Y.Lang (1999).
• Anoectochilus chapaensis Gagnep.( 1931).
• Anoectochilus clarkei (Hook.f.) Seidenf. & Smitinand (1959).
• Anoectochilus crispus Lindl. (1857).
• Anoectochilus daoensis Gagnep. (1951).
• Anoectochilus dewildeorum Ormerod (2005) (Sumatra)
• Anoectochilus elatus Lindl. (1857).
• Anoectochilus elwesii (C.B.Clarke ex Hook.f.) King & Pantl. (1898).
• Anoectochilus emeiensis K.Y.Lang (1982)
• Anoectochilus falconis Ormerod (2005) (Malaysia)
• Anoectochilus flavescens Blume (1825).
• Anoectochilus formosanus Hayata (1914).
• Anoectochilus geniculatus Ridl. (1896) (Thailand, Malaysia, Sumatra)
• Anoectochilus grandiflorus Lindl. (1857).
• Anoectochilus imitans Schltr. (1906).
• Anoectochilus inabai Hayata (1914).
• Anoectochilus insignis Schltr. (1911).
• Anoectochilus integrilabris Carr (1935).
• Anoectochilus kinabaluensis (Rolfe) J.J.Wood & Ormerod (1994).
• Anoectochilus klabatensis (Schltr.) S.Thomas (2002).
• Anoectochilus koshunensis Hayata (1914).
• Anoectochilus lanceolatus Lindl. (1840).
• Anoectochilus longicalcaratus J.J.Sm. (1922).
• Anoectochilus lylei Rolfe ex Downie (1925).
• Anoectochilus narasimhanii Sumathi & al. (2003).
• Anoectochilus nicobaricus N.P.Balakr. & P.Chakra (1978 publ. 1979).
• Anoectochilus papuanus (Schltr.) W.Kittr. (1984 publ. 1985).
• Anoectochilus pectinatus (Hook.f.) Ridl. (1907).
• Anoectochilus petelotii (Gagnep.) Seidenf. (1975).
• Anoectochilus pingbianensis K.Y.Lang (1996).
• Anoectochilus reinwardtii Blume (1858).
• Anoectochilus repens (Downie) Seidenf. & Smitinand (1959).
• Anoectochilus rhombilabius Ormerod (2002).
• Anoectochilus sandvicensis Lindl. (1840).
• Anoectochilus setaceus Blume (1825) : Bristly Anoectochilus (type species)
• Anoectochilus sikkimensis King & Pantl. (1896) : Sikkim Anoectochilus
• Anoectochilus subregularis (Rchb.f.) Ormerod (1996).
• Anoectochilus sumatranus (J.J.Sm.) J.B.Comber (2001).
• Anoectochilus tetrapterus Hook.f. (1890).
• Anoectochilus tridentatus Seidenf. (1992).
• Anoectochilus xingrenensis Z.H.Tsi & X.H.Jin (2002).
• Anoectochilus yatesiae F.M.Bailey (1907).
• Anoectochilus zhejiangensis Z.Wei & Y.B.Chang (1989). .