(9), Bifrenaria Lindl. (23), Habenaria Willd. (5), Corallorhiza Gagnebin (11), Cremastra Lindl. ex Garay (1), Otostylis Schltr. The other remaining challenges include a well-sampled phylogenetic analysis of Goodyerinae, in which generic delimitation is currently speculative, and resolution of the Angraecum and Cleisostoma alliances (Angraecinae and Aeridinae, respectively, of Vandeae). (2001a). It still remains to be seen whether the proposed newly recognized, mostly resurrected, genera hold up once a phylogenetic analysis with greatly increased sampling of species is completed, but such a study is in progress (Y.-P. Ng, H. Æ. Pedersen & A. Schuiteman, unpubl. & Averyanova is undoubtedly closely related and probably synonymous. Górniak et al. Kenneth M. Cameron. Apostasia Blume (6), Neuwiedia Blume (8). In addition, Meneguzzo (2012) transferred Ligeophila Garay and Platythelys to Aspidogyne based on inconsistencies in the morphological characters used by Garay when he published these genera. ex Lindl. Chiron & V.P.Castro, is now considered as a synonym of Cattleya (van den Berg, 2008). A distinction between monandrous flowers and others is especially important in the classification of orchids. (6), Corycium Sw. (15), Evotella Kurzweil & H.P.Linder (1), Pterygodium Sw. (19). (2), Orestias Ridl. & Baranow, as proposed by Mytnik-Ejsmont (2011) and coworkers. The only other change in Maxillariinae is the recognition of Sudamerlycaste for the clade of former Lycaste that is sister to Anguloa. (2012) and is related to Galearis and Platanthera, but it had been omitted from Chase et al. (22), Broughtonia R.Br. Another new genus in Spiranthinae is Sotoa (Salazar & Ballesteros-Barrera, 2010). (in Dixon et al., Orchid Conservation, 69-89. (16), Soterosanthus F.Lehm. (12), Platanthera Rich. (1), Changnienia S.S.Chien (1), Coelia† Lindl. (1), Domingoa Schltr. (2), Cleisostoma Blume (88), Cleisostomopsis* Seidenf. (11), Sudamerlycaste* Archila (42), Teuscheria Garay (7), Xylobium Lindl. Aracamunia Carnevali & I.Ramírez (1), Aulosepalum Garay (7), Beloglottis Schltr. It contains more than 25% (136) of all hybrid genera. Within Chloraeinae, phylogenetic analyses (Chemisquy & Marrone, 2010; Cisternas et al., 2012b) have shown that Geoblasta penicillata Rchb.f. TAXONOMIC UNIQUENESS: There are about 85 species of Platanthera worldwide, with approximately 40 of them occurring in the U.S., and 6 in Arizona. There is also evidence that distinctive genera, such as Dendrochilum and Pholidota, are not monophyletic, and so even treating these as subgenera or sections of Coelogyne s.l. Benth., Nanodes Lindl. (4), Solenangis Schltr. (11), Bogoria J.J.Sm. (1), Leporella A.S.George (1), Lyperanthus R.Br. and Oerstedella Rchb.f. As pointed out by Cisternas et al. An update to that classification was published by Chase et alii in 2015. ex Kunth (176), Clowesia Lindl. R.Rice is considered to be a synonym of Sarcochilus, having been a section of that genus. A vast number of orchid species occur especially in the Neotropics. Eu… In Spiranthinae, monospecific Discyphus (Panama to north-eastern Brazil) is an anomaly. (2003). in W.T.Aiton (66), Porphyrostachys Rchb.f. Here, we shift tribes and subtribes somewhat and recognize these two as Malaxideae, composed of two subtribes Dendrobiinae and Malaxidinae. (11). (20), Chroniochilus J.J.Sm. Also, there is an issue with Eulophia callichroma Rchb.f., which falls in different positions with nrITS and plastid DNA in Martos et al. data). Bootstraping is a method of resampling for quantifying the statistical support for nodes in a phylogenetic tree (= a treelike diagram showing the evolutionary diversification of organisms). Diurideae and Cymbidieae), and tribal relationships within Orchidoideae and among the neottioid complex at the base of Epidendroideae. (117), Pseudolaelia Porto & Brade (18), Psychilis Raf. (426), Malaxis Sol. Until a more appropriate solution is found, we prefer to recognize Chloraea, but with the understanding that it is not monophyletic. (2014), Sirindhornia is sister to Ponerorchis plus Hemipilia/Tsaiorchis, but with poor support. Mark Porter, Linda M. Prince, and Michael G. Simpson (editors). Coeliopsis Rchb.f. In Jin et al. Wall. Abdominea J.J.Sm., India A.N.Rao, Malleola J.J.Sm., Megalotus Garay and the recently proposed Samarorchis Ormerod have been included in Robiquetia. (70), Trichoceros Kunth (10), Trichopilia Lindl. (7), Cypholoron Dodson & Dressler (2), Cyrtochiloides N.H.Williams & M.W.Chase (3), Cyrtochilum Kunth (137), Dunstervillea Garay (1), Eloyella P.Ortiz (10), Erycina Lindl. About 150 species and about a dozen new genera were described each year from 2000 to 2015. (10), Cryptochilus Wall. A new achlorophyllous genus from China, Danxiaorchis, has been described (Zhai et al., 2013) and also demonstrated to be sister to achlorophyllous Yoania. (8), Adenoncos Blume (17), Aerides Lour. (Orchidaceae), Generic recircumscriptions of Oncidiinae (Orchidaceae: Cymbidieae) based on maximum likelihood analysis of combined DNA datasets, New combinations in subtribe Eriinae (Epidendroideae: Podochileae), Taxonomic changes in Goodyerinae (Orchidaceae: Orchidoideae), Orchidaceous additions to the floras of China and Myanmar, Studies in Neotropical Goodyerinae (Orchidaceae) 5, Toward a phylogenetic subfamilial classification for the Compositae (Asteraceae), Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, Sistemática filogenética e biologia floral de Pogoniinae sul-americanas, e revisão taxonômica e análise das ceras epicuticulares do gênero. (4), Batemannia Lindl. The taxonomy of Dendrobiinae has been hugely simplified on the basis of Schuiteman (2011), Schuiteman & Adams (2011) and Xiang et al. (27), Renanthera Lour. (11), Microchilus C.Presl (137), Myrmechis Blume (17), Odontochilus Blume (25), Orchipedum Breda (3), Pachyplectron Schltr. (2012) who analysed plastid DNA. (2), Cymbidiella Rolfe (3), Dipodium R.Br. (9), Kegeliella Mansf. Plants of the Orchid Family The orchids are the only monocot plants in the northern latitudes with distinctive, irregular blossoms. [17] This result had only weak maximum parsimony jackknife support, but in a phylogenomic study in 2015, it received strong maximum likelihood bootstrap support.[18]. and Sepalosiphon Schltr. (7), Steveniella Schltr. (2005), but the species of Myrmecophila, often included in Schomburgkia, are related to Barkeria, Caularthron, Orleanesia and Epidendrum (van den Berg et al., 2009), not Laelia, and so they have been maintained as a distinct genus. Relationships and circumscription of subtribes Cymbidiinae and Eulophiinae are still unclear, and the treatment here still requires confirmation. Five is a reasonable number of subfamilies and is easily remembered by everyone, but, in other large families, the number of subfamilies has been greatly increased as a result of molecular studies and a tendency to split in order to maintain some long-recognized subfamilies, making these systems much more difficult for students and non-specialists to use. Orchid plant clade, plant tribe and order fall under the scientific classification of Orchid. (18). (4), Lacaena Lindl. Cephalantheropsis is sister to Calanthe clavata Lindl. coalescent times are different from those of speciation events). (39), Pleione D.Don (21), Thunia Rchb.f. We have treated here the formerly recognized tribe Chloraeeae as a subtribe in Cranichideae because recent phylogenetic studies (Cisternas, Salazar & Verdugo, 2012a) have demonstrated that, with greater sampling of taxa and characters than in Pridgeon et al. Likewise, Bulbophyllum was condensed into a single genus (Pridgeon et al., 2014; Vermeulen, Schuiteman & de Vogel, 2014). Aenhenrya Gopalan (1), Anoectochilus Blume (43), Aspidogyne Garay (60), Chamaegastrodia Makino & F.Maek. Platyglottis L.O.Williams and Hexisea Lindl. Roberts (1), Eurychone Schltr. now agrees with this position as well, although he would go further and include Cyanicula, Elythranthera, Ericksonella, Glossodia and Pheladenia in Caladenia. is a synonym of Taeniophyllum; they differ chiefly in the former having leaves and the latter not. 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. (24), Myrosmodes Rchb.f. (5), Svenkoeltzia Burns-Bal. Ponerorchis and Neottianthe are nested within Amitostigma, and Jin et al. (14), Ixyophora* Dressler (5), Kefersteinia Rchb.f. Since the last classification of Orchidaceae (Chase et al., 2003), nearly 150 new genera have been described, but we do not accept most of these here. (11), Uncifera Lindl. (21), Microsaccus Blume (12), Mobilabium Rupp (1), Omoea Blume (2), Ophioglossella* Schuit. In Podochileae, Podochilinae were combined with Eriinae based on interdigitation of the two subtribes in Pridgeon et al. (2), Systeloglossum Schltr. (10), Helonoma Garay (4), Kionophyton Garay (4), Lankesterella Ames (11), Lyroglossa Schltr. (2009) as Ida because, at that time, it was thought that Sudamerlycaste was invalid. The cattleyas and their relatives, Vol. Species are either terrestrial or epiphytic, and range throughout global tropical regions. A number of generic changes have occurred in Orchideae (Orchidoideae), but the majority of changes have occurred in Epidendroideae. (2014) demonstrated that the two are distinct; however, some species of the latter needed to be transferred to the former (Kocyan & Schuiteman, 2013). Oceania: 50 to 70 genera 5. (17), Mycaranthes* Blume (36), Notheria* P.O'Bryne and J.J.Verm. (28), Macradenia R.Br. In Cleisostoma, we included Blumeorchis Szlach. [citation needed], According to Dressler, there are 5 subfamilies, 22 tribes, 70 subtribes, and about 850 genera of orchids. (2010), Bromheadia is not supported as uniquely related to Adrorhizon and Sirhookera, although it falls near them in Vandeae; these relationships obviously still require further investigation. ex Rich. A short discussion of the family’s position in the angiosperm phylogeny is supplemened by a summary of its past and present classification in a phylogenetic context. "ORCHIDEAE" pages 64-66. Blooms have four pollinia. (2012) demonstrated that the species of Fernandezia and Pachyphyllum are intermingled, with Raycadenco being sister to this clade. (2), Leptoceras (R.Br.) (118), Echinorhyncha* Dressler (5), Euryblema* Dressler (2), Galeottia A.Rich. ex Benth. and Trigonidium Lindl. Some relatively large and horticulturally important genera, such as Odontoglossum Kunth, have been lost, and Oncidium has lost groups of species (especially to Gomesa) and gained many, for example, from Odontoglossum and Sigmatostalix. As a ‘holding’ classification, we continue to include Huttonaea in Disinae, to which we also add Pachites, although we know that the evidence supporting this is either weak (the former) or contradicted (the latter) by the study of Waterman et al. (2003), but its position was queried. In: Eric Odoux and Michel Grisoni (editors). (2003), Imerinaea was moved to Eulophiinae of Cymbidieae (see above), and Neobenthamia Rolfe has been included in Polystachya on the basis of Russell et al. (6), Luisia Gaudich. (6), Podochilus Blume (62), Porpax Lindl. The apostasioid orchids are the most primitive orchids, with only two genera. & Endl. Acrolophia Pfitzer (7), Ansellia Lindl. (7), Gonatostylis Schltr. In 2006, a study based on the plastid genes rbcL and atpB found the closest relative of this pair to be Cypripedioideae, rather than Vanilloideae. (323), Oberonioides* Szlach. They have varied range of habits, habitats, morphology etc. (5), Oeoniella Schltr. Two recent analyses that we consider to be more reliable (Górniak et al., 2010; Freudenstein & Chase, 2015) place it among the neottioids near the base of Epidendroideae, and we tentatively reinstate Wullschlaegelieae here. (4), Zelenkoa M.W.Chase & N.H.Williams (1), Zygostates Lindl. Phylogeny and classification of the orchid family. The two most important genera horticulturally have been expanded to include the genera embedded in them, as well as some that are their sister taxa. Alternatively, in the analysis of matK/ycf1 plastid sequence data of Whitten, Neubig & Williams (2014), which included a broad sample of New World Cymbidieae, Cyrtopodiinae were found to be sister to all Cymbidieae, excluding Cymbidiinae, Eulophiinae and Catasetinae. The other clade of Eulophia had previously been recognized as Orthochilus Hoschst. (2), Bulleyia Schltr. Adrorhizinae are newly resurrected. It had been previously placed near subtribe Pogoniinae by most authors, including Chase et al. Expansion of Caladenia might be a more appropriate way to treat those species that differ little in morphology from more typical Caladenia spp., but which DNA places as sister to other species that have at times also been considered to be members of Caladenia. Pseuderia was omitted by mistake from the treatment of Podochileae in Pridgeon et al. (2), Dryadorchis Schltr. Many of the genera recognized in Pridgeon et al. Antoine Laurent de Jussieu. (5), Vasqueziella Dodson (1). (2005) presents another option other than combining all of them into a single genus. (23), Promenaea Lindl. Statistics are at the bottom of the page. Aerangis Rchb.f. (2), Tsaiorchis* Tang & F.T.Wang (1), Tylostigma Schltr. (11), Macroclinium Barb.Rodr. (21), Guanchezia G.A.Romero & Carnevali (1), Horvatia Garay (1), Lycaste Lindl. Dressler (1993) recognized three genera, Chrysoglossum, Collabium and Diglyphosa, as members of Collabiinae, placing them in his category of ‘misfits and leftovers’. The term ‘chloroplast genomics’ is widely used for this endeavour, but this term in incorrect because chloroplasts are just one type of plastid present in plants (the others include chromoplasts and leucoplasts); thus, when sequencing using standard methods, template DNA contains a mixture of plastid types, and so the correct term is the more general one: plastome or plastid genome. (17), Schlimia Planch. Relationships of the subtribes are not entirely resolved/supported (Fig. Thus, we keep Hederorkis in Polystachyinae here, but this relationship should be the focus of additional study. 70 to 80 genera with about 1,000 species; most grow in tropical America as terrestrials or epiphytes, a few are myco-heterotrophs. Along with the Asteraceae, they are one of the two largest families of flowering plants. (5), Nephrangis Summerh. The orchid family (Orchidaceae) is subdivided into several subfamilies, and then into tribes, subtribes, alliances and then genera. (21). 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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. (4), Cyrtorchis Schltr. Mark W. Chase, Kenneth M. Cameron, John V. Freudenstein, Alec M. Pridgeon, Gerardo A. Salazar, Cássio van den Berg, and André Schuiteman. (12), Grammangis Rchb.f. Neolindleya has recently been included in Galearis (Jin et al., 2014). pages 1-14. (11), Pholidota Lindl. (2003) was Dendrobiinae, but it has a clear relationship to Malaxideae in Górniak et al. (2007, on Bonatea), but their sampling was narrowly focused and therefore did not allow for a truly stringent assessment of generic monophyly. Species of this polyphyletic tribe occur in all continents (except Antarctica), but mainly in North and South America and tropical Asia. When Dressler (1993) was published, we neither knew to which group of monocots the orchids were related nor how many major clades existed within the family, both of which inhibited scientists in other fields from using orchids as a study group. (2003), substantial changes have been made to the generic circumscription of Eria, which has been shown to be polyphyletic (Pridgeon et al., 2005; Y.-P. Ng, H. Æ. Pedersen & A. Schuiteman, unpubl. (2), Jumellea Schltr. A detailed new classification of the orchid family is currently being produced under the title Genera Orchidacearum, of which four of the six volumes have been published and a fifth is near completion (Pridgeon et al., Gen. Orchid. O altă caracteristică a familiei Orchidaceae este numărul mare de specii care sunt cuprinse în această categorie sistematică, peste 20.000. (2001a). Corymborkis Thouars (6), Tropidia Lindl. ex Spreng. Renanthera has been expanded to include Ascoglossum Schltr., Renantherella Ridl. It has been divided into two subtribes, Orchidinae and Habenariinae. Adrorhizon and Sirhookera are here placed in Adrorhizinae (see below); Aglossorrhyncha is here placed in Coelogyninae (see above) based on its morphological similarity to Glomera, which includes Glossorhyncha Ridl., Ischnocentrum Schltr. (2), Megastylis (Schltr.) (11), Quechua* Salazar & L.Jost (1), Sacoila Raf. (52), Gavilea Poepp. A ‘classification tree’ that summarizes what is known about higher level relationships is presented in Figure 1. Calypso and its relatives have long been considered as an independent tribe but, in Górniak et al. In: J. Travis Columbus, Elizabeth A. Friar, J. (1), Danxiaorchis† J.W.Zhai, F.W.Xing & Z.J.Liu (1), Ephippianthus Rchb.f. The major gap seems to be the African species. & Endl. Like Ericksonella, Pheladenia is monospecific, in this case with the single species Pheladenia deformis (R.Br.) (4), Rauhiella Pabst & Braga (3), Rhynchostele Rchb.f. in Tainia (both as in Pridgeon et al., 2005) and transfer Risleya from Malaxidinae on the basis of Xiang et al. Paralophia is added as a newly described genus, segregated from Eulophia (Hermans & Cribb, 2005), but so far this hypothesis has not been evaluated phylogenetically. [3] Louis Claude Richard provided us in 1817 with the descriptive terminology of the orchids. (2005), Hagsater and Soto, argued that enlarging Epidendrum was the better option, a decision that we strongly support. 314 p. Also in Spiranthinae, another anomalous and poorly known species, most commonly treated as Cyclopogon glabrescens (T.Hashim.) (2013). (2013) (focused on Neotropical habenarids) and Jin et al. 1999. (2), Aporostylis Rupp & Hatch (1), Caladenia R.Br. Ng & Cribb, 2005; Wood, 2005; Cootes & Suarez, 2008; Ormerod, 2012). (2012b), in which it was well supported as sister to that genus. (26), Pseudocentrum Lindl. These changes have not been well received in some quarters (Hamilton, 2011), and further changes in a few genera, such as Brassia and Fernandezia, were recognized in Pridgeon et al. (2003) was Asian Thaia, but, in Pridgeon et al. (1), Vitekorchis* Romowicz & Szlach. Alliance hybrids: over 107 hybrid genera. Subtree links. (2003) first recognized an expanded circumscription of Collabiinae but, because of a lack of resolution, did not assign them a place in Epidendroideae. & Kraenzl.) In Epidendroideae, we have recognized three new tribes (relative to the last classification): Thaieae (monogeneric) for Thaia, which was previously considered to be the only taxon incertae sedis; Xerorchideae (monogeneric) for Xerorchis; and Wullschlaegelieae for achlorophyllous Wullschlaegelia, which had tentatively been placed in Calypsoeae. (2), Diploprora Hook.f. (1), Pogoniopsis† Rchb.f. The classification of the family is currently the subject of some debate, particularly the circumscription and the placement of certain tribes, subtribes, and genera. Much more study is required here before new combinations should be made. (2003) were included in Epidendrum in Pridgeon et al. (2003), but only three new genera have been added: Grandiphyllum, Psychopsiella and Vitekorchis. Database name. Tribal relationships within Epidendroideae have been much clarified by analyses of multiple plastid DNA regions and the low-copy nuclear gene Xdh. Pridgeon et al. Florally, Discyphus has two separate, cup-shaped stigmas, whereas, in Cranichidinae and other Spiranthinae, there is a single stigmatic surface. Four major clades within the remainder of Epidendroideae are recognized: Vandeae/Podochileae/Collabieae, Cymbidieae, Malaxideae and Epidendreae, the last now including Calypsoinae (previously recognized as a tribe on its own) and Agrostophyllinae s.s. Agrostophyllinae and Collabiinae were unplaced subtribes in the 2003 classification. (2003) or Hadrolaelia (Schltr.) 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. Oxystophyllum was previously included in Dendrobium as D. section Oxystophyllum (Blume) Miq., but Clements (2003) demonstrated that this group of species were not in fact related to Dendrobium, but were instead members of Podochileae. We include Ceratandra, Corycium, Evotella and Pterygodium in Coryciinae, but it is clear that generic realignments are needed in this subtribe. (6), Hammarbya* Kuntze (1), Hippeophyllum Schltr. (32), Maxillaria Ruiz & Pav. The only genus listed as incertae sedis in Chase et al. 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. The website also provides access to a database and images of herbarium specimens found at the University of South Florida and other herbaria. (10), Hexalectris Raf. Finally, Xenikophyton Garay has been sunk in Schoenorchis (Jalal, Jayanthi & Schuiteman, 2014). C.S.Kumar & P.C.S.Kumar, is still uncertain; it is not clear whether it is a species of Gastrochilus with the vegetative morphology of Luisia or a species of Luisia with the floral morphology of Gastrochilus. (7), Fernandezia Ruiz & Pav. This is not based on a phylogenetic analysis per se, but rather it is a summary of the published literature, as cited in the text. (2014). (45), Saccolabiopsis J.J.Sm. Arthrochilus F.Muell. (2003), and Imerinaea, which had previously been considered to be related to Polystachya (Polystachyinae; Vandeae; Dressler, 1993). (74), Horichia Jenny (1), Houlletia Brongn. Life / Plantae / Anthophyta / Monocotyledoneae / Orchidales / Orchidaceae . For example, Calypsoeae were found to be sister to Epidendreae in van den Berg et al. (2003), Aerangidinae have been included in Angraecinae (Micheneau et al., 2008). 2015. Phylogenetic studies of orchids are already beginning to see the results of the use of next-generation sequencing to advance our understanding of higher level relationships. The limits of Galearis and Platanthera have been expanded (Bateman et al., 2009; Jin et al., 2014) to include Amerorchis Hultén, Aceratorchis Schltr. The massive taxonomic reshuffling of generic limits was attributable to the evident plasticity of floral morphology in Oncidiinae, in particular the parallel evolution of oil-bee pollination in many independent clades (Papadopulos et al., 2013) and shifts away from this pollination syndrome to other pollinators in clades otherwise largely characterized by the morphological characters associated with oil-bee pollination (Neubig et al., 2012). This broader circumscription of Cranichideae is consistent with our philosophy of minimizing the number of tribes and is supported by some morphological characters: fleshy roots either clustered or scattered along a rhizome, leaves usually arranged in a basal rosette and a spiranthoid embryo (Clements, 1999). [citation needed] Dressler's 1993 book had considerable influence on later work. (2), Cottonia Wight (1), Cryptopylos Garay (1), Deceptor* Seidenf. (1), Nabaluia Ames (3), Neogyna Rchb.f. (2005), but it is a member of Calanthe. 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