|Genus:|| Thurnia |
| Thurnia jenmanii |
Thurnia is a group of herbaceous plants described as a genus in 1883.
Thurnia is native to northern South America.
Psidium is a genus of trees and shrubs in the family Myrtaceae. It is native to warmer parts of the Western Hemisphere.
Megistostigma is a genus of plant of the family Euphorbiaceae first described as a genus in 1887. It is native to southern China, Assam, and Southeast Asia.
Agonandra is a genus of plants in the family Opiliaceae described as a genus in 1862.
Hirtella is a genus of 110 species of woody trees in family Chrysobalanaceae. It was first described as a genus by Linnaeus in 1753. Hirtella naturally occurs in tropical forests throughout Latin America, the West Indies, southeast Africa, and Madagascar. The flowers are mainly pollinated by butterflies.
Triuris hyalina is a species in genus Triuris. It is a tiny flowering plant no more than a few cm tall, lacking chlorophyll and obtaining its nutrients from fungi in the soil. It is known from Brazil, Suriname, Guyana, Colombia, Venezuela.
Cyclanthus bipartitus a species of plant in the family Cyclanthaceae, first described as a genus in 1824. It is native to southern Mexico, Central America, Trinidad, Windward Islands, northern South America.
Thoracocarpus is a genus of plants first described as a genus in 1958. It contains only one known species, Thoracocarpus bissectus a hemiepiphytic vine. It is native to Costa Rica, Panama, Cuba, Trinidad and Tobago, and South America.
Sievekingia is a genus of orchid, comprising 20 species found in Central and South America, from Nicaragua east to the Guianas and south to Bolivia.
Rhytachne is a genus of plants in the grass family. They grow principally in wet savannahs in Africa and the Americas. More specifically, they tend to prefer transitional zones between marshes and drier upland savannahs. In the Americas the genus can be found from southern Mexico and Cuba south to northern Argentina, while in Africa it is present below the Sahara, including in Madagascar. Twelve species are included, of which nine are African, two are American, and one, Rhytachne subgibbosa, is found on both continents. The genus is closely related to Coelorachis.
Prescottia is a genus of flowering plants from the orchid family, Orchidaceae. It is widespread across much of Latin America and the West Indies, with one species (P. oligantha) extending into Florida.
Tillandsia turneri is a species of flowering plant in the Bromeliaceae family. This species is native to Venezuela, Colombia, Guyana, and northern Brazil.
Appunia is a genus of flowering plants in the family Rubiaceae. It was described by Joseph Dalton Hooker in 1873. The genus is found from southern Mexico, Central America, and northern South America.
Amasonia is a genus of plants in the family Lamiaceae, native to South America and to the island of Trinidad.
Euterpe catinga is a palm species in the genus Euterpe. It is found in forests of a dry, sandy soil and very peculiar vegetation, known as catinga forests in northern South America.
Macradenia lutescens is a species of epiphytic orchid known by the common name longgland orchid. It is native to South America, the West Indies, and southern Florida.
Evodianthus is a genus of plants first described as a genus in 1857. It contains only one known species, Evodianthus funifer, native to Trinidad & Tobago, Central America and northern South America.
Miersiella is a genus of flowering plants in the Burmanniaceae, first described as a genus in 1903. It contains only one known species, Miersiella umbellata, native to South America.
Dictyostega is a genus of flowering plants in the Burmanniaceae, first described as a genus in 1840. It contains only one known species, Dictyostega orobanchoides, native to southern Mexico, Central America, Trinidad, and South America ).
Schiekia is a genus of herbs in the family Haemodoraceae, first described as a genus in 1957. It contains only one recognized species, Schiekia orinocensis, native to South America.
Dimerocostus is a group of plants in the Costaceae described as a genus in 1891. It is native to Central and South America.