Epidendrum

[n] - large and variable genus of terrestrial or epiphytic or lithophytic orchids of tropical and subtropical Americas
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Epidendrum

genus Epidendrum noun large and variable genus of terrestrial or epiphytic or lithophytic orchids of tropical and subtropical Americas; some native to United States
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Epidendrum

genus of tropical orchids, family Orchidaceae, with about 1,000 species that are distributed from southeastern North America to central South ...
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Epidendrum

Epidendrum is a large genus of epiphytal orchids of wide geographical distribution, the distinguishing feature of which consists in the lip being more or less united by a fleshy base to the edge of a column, which is hornless and considerably elongated, but not petaloid, and winged; in the pollen masses being four, equal and compressed; and in the ...
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Epidendrum

When Carolus Linnaeus named this genus in 1763, he included in this genus all the epiphytic orchids known to him. Although few of these orchids are still included in the genus Epidendrum, some species of Epidendrum are nevertheless not epiphytic. ==Distribution and ecology== They are native to the tropics and subtropical regions of the American co...
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