Definition of Aeridinae. Meaning of Aeridinae. Synonyms of Aeridinae

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- In the botanical cl****ification of plants, Aeridinae (formerly Sarcanthinae) is a subtribe of the Tribe Vandeae (Family Orchidaceae) whose representatives...
- family (Orchidaceae, subfamily Epidendroideae, tribe Vandeae, subtribe Aeridinae). It is a group of tropical epiphyte orchids that grow mainly in the warm...
- alkaloids. The Subtribe was changed from Sarcanthinae (Benth, 1881) to Aeridinae (Pfitzer, 1887) in 1972. As of February 2016, four species are recognized...
- Angiosperms (unranked): Monocots Order: Asparagales Family: Orchidaceae Subfamily: Epidendroideae Tribe: Vandeae Subtribe: Aeridinae Genus: × Doritaenopsis...
- species from South Asia Hybrids of this species with others in subtribe Aeridinae also have deep purple-blue flowers Vanda coerulescens, an orchid species...
- Macropodanthus cootesii, known as Cootes' macropodanthus, is a species from the family Orchidaceae that is endemic to the Philippines. It is named after...
- Schoenorchis micrantha, commonly known as the tangled flea orchid, is a small epiphytic orchid that forms small, tangled clumps and has thin stems, many...
- Angiosperms (unranked): Monocots Order: Asparagales Family: Orchidaceae Subfamily: Epidendroideae Tribe: Vandeae Subtribe: Aeridinae Genus: × Ascocenda...
- Trichoglottis atropurpurea, the dark purple trichoglottis, is a species of orchid endemic to the Philippines. This hot to warm growing epiphyte was first...
- Trichoglottis australiensis, commonly known as the weeping cherub orchid, is an epiphytic or lithophytic clump-forming orchid. It has thick, cord-like...
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