Panisea

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Panisea
Panisea uniflora (as Coelogyne thuniana) - Xenia vol 1 pl 46 (1858).jpg
Panisea uniflora
1858 illustration [1]
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Kingdom: Plantae
Clade: Tracheophytes
Clade: Angiosperms
Clade: Monocots
Order: Asparagales
Family: Orchidaceae
Subfamily: Epidendroideae
Tribe: Arethuseae
Subtribe: Coelogyninae
Genus: Panisea
(Lindl.) Lindl.
Synonyms [2]
  • AndrogyneGriff
  • SigmatogynePfitzer in H.G.A.Engler
  • ZetagyneRidl.

Panisea is a genus of plant in family Orchidaceae. It is native to China, the Indian Subcontinent, and Indochina. [2] [3]

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Species

Species currently accepted as of June 2014: [2]

  1. Panisea albiflora (Ridl.) Seidenf. - Vietnam
  2. Panisea apiculata Lindl. - Assam, Indochina
  3. Panisea cavaleriei Schltr. - Guangxi, Guizhou, Yunnan, Hainan
  4. Panisea demissa (D.Don) Pfitzer in H.G.A.Engler - India, Laos, Myanmar, Nepal, Thailand, Vietnam, China
  5. Panisea distelidia I.D.Lund - Myanmar, Thailand
  6. Panisea garrettii (I.D.Lund) Aver. - Thailand, Vietnam
  7. Panisea moi M.Z.Huang,J.M.Yin & G.S.Yang - Hainan
  8. Panisea panchaseensis Subedi - Nepal
  9. Panisea tricallosa Rolfe - Hainan, Yunnan, Assam, India, Bhutan, Nepal, Indochina
  10. Panisea uniflora (Lindl.) Lindl. - Yunnan, Assam, India, Bhutan, Nepal, Indochina
  11. Panisea yunnanensis S.C.Chen & Z.H.Tsi - Yunnan, Vietnam
  12. Panisea zeylanica (Hook.f.) Aver. - Sri Lanka

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  1. Gomphostemma aborensisDunn - Arunachal Pradesh
  2. Gomphostemma arbusculumC.Y.Wu - Yunnan
  3. Gomphostemma callicarpoides(Yamam.) Masam. - Taiwan
  4. Gomphostemma chinenseOliv. - Fujian, Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan, Jiangxi, Vietnam
  5. Gomphostemma crinitumWall. ex Benth. - Indochina, Yunnan, Assam, Bangladesh
  6. Gomphostemma curtisiiPrain - Malaya, Sumatra, Borneo
  7. Gomphostemma deltodonC.Y.Wu - Yunnan
  8. Gomphostemma dolichobotrysMerr. - Sumatra
  9. Gomphostemma eriocarpumBenth. - southern India
  10. Gomphostemma grandiflorumDoan ex Suddee & A.J.Paton - Vietnam
  11. Gomphostemma hainanenseC.Y.Wu - Hainan
  12. Gomphostemma hemsleyanumPrain ex Collett & Hemsl. - Java, Myanmar
  13. Gomphostemma heyneanumWall. ex Benth. - southern India
  14. Gomphostemma hirsutumWalsingham - Sabah
  15. Gomphostemma inopinatumPrain - Myanmar
  16. Gomphostemma javanicum(Blume) Benth. - Indochina, Andaman Islands, Borneo, Sumatra, Java, Sulawesi, Bali, Lombok, Timor, Philippines
  17. Gomphostemma keralensisVivek., Gopalan & R.Ansari. - Kerala
  18. Gomphostemma laceiMukerjee - Myanmar
  19. Gomphostemma latifoliumC.Y.Wu - Yunnan, Guangdong
  20. Gomphostemma leptodonDunn - Guangxi, Vietnam
  21. Gomphostemma lucidumWall. ex Benth. - Indochina, Assam, Bangladesh, Guangdong, Guangxi, Yunnan
  22. Gomphostemma mastersiiBenth. ex Hook.f. - Assam, Bangladesh, Thailand
  23. Gomphostemma melissifoliumWall. ex Benth. - Assam, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal
  24. Gomphostemma microcalyxPrain - Borneo, Malaya, Sumatra
  25. Gomphostemma microdonDunn - Yunnan, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam
  26. Gomphostemma nayariiA.S.Chauhan - Assam
  27. Gomphostemma niveumHook.f. - Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Vietnam
  28. Gomphostemma nutansHook.f. - Assam, Myanmar
  29. Gomphostemma ovatumWall. ex Benth. - Assam, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal
  30. Gomphostemma parviflorumWall. ex Benth. - Assam, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Yunnan, Indochina, Borneo, Java, Sumatra
  31. Gomphostemma pedunculatumBenth. ex Hook.f. - Assam, Yunnan, Vietnam
  32. Gomphostemma pseudocrinitumC.Y.Wu - Guangxi
  33. Gomphostemma salarkhanianumKhanam & M.A.Hassan - Sylhet District in Bangladesh
  34. Gomphostemma scortechiniiPrain - Myanmar, Thailand, Malaya
  35. Gomphostemma stellatohirsutumC.Y.Wu - Yunnan
  36. Gomphostemma strobilinum Wall. ex Benth. - Bangladesh, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam
  37. Gomphostemma sulcatumC.Y.Wu - Yunnan
  38. Gomphostemma thomsoniiBenth. ex Hook.f. - Assam
  39. Gomphostemma velutinumBenth. - Assam, Bangladesh
  40. Gomphostemma wallichiiPrain - Assam, Myanmar, Thailand

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