(13), Hsenhsua* X.H.Jin, Schuit. Wall. The initial scheme of 1981 was modified in 1986, twice in 1990, and then again in 1993. Pseuderia was omitted by mistake from the treatment of Podochileae in Pridgeon et al. (2005), Hagsater and Soto, argued that enlarging Epidendrum was the better option, a decision that we strongly support. (2), Leptoceras (R.Br.) van den Berg et al. (77), Physogyne Garay (3), Pseudogoodyera Schltr. Published on the Internet; This page was last edited on 8 December 2020, at 15:52. Oncidiinae have also changed a great deal since the classification of Chase et al. 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. and Cyphochilus Schltr., recognized in Pridgeon et al. (2003). The following list gives a rough overview of their distribution: 1. tropical America: 300 to 350 genera 2. tropical Asia: 250 to 300 genera 3. tropical Africa: 125 to 150 genera 4. (2010a, b). Aeridinae have presented a large number of problems throughout their history, and several major shifts have occurred. (1), Praecoxanthus Hopper & A.P.Brown (1). Withner (1998) erected Euchile (Dressler & G.E.Pollard) Withner for three species of Prosthechea from Mexico, but these are sister to the rest of Prosthechea and differ in only minor ways (in having a midtooth on the column that is not ligulate). Ponerorchis and Neottianthe are nested within Amitostigma, and Jin et al. Acriopsis† Reinw. Acrorchis Dressler (1), Adamantinia van den Berg & C.N.Conç (1), Alamania Llave & Lex. (4), Lemurorchis Kraenzl. Aa Rchb.f. (20), Solenocentrum Schltr. Orchidaceae are one of the two largest families of flowering plants, and are perhaps second only to Asteraceae (The Plant List, 2014). (2), Oeonia Lindl. (211), Achlydosa*† M.A.Clem. Chen et al. (3), Paphinia Lindl. ex D.Don in Loud. & Garay (3), Rhynchostylis Blume (3), Robiquetia Gaudich. Roberts (1), Eurychone Schltr. Several species of Earina have striking floral and vegetative similarities to Nemaconia (Ponerinae), which adds some morphological weight to this change. This is the most comprehensive classification at the moment, relying heavily on morphology and a few key characters, such as anther configuration and pollinarium structure. (1), Sarcostoma Blume (5), Stolzia Schltr. Oceania: 50 to 70 genera 5. Finally, Xenikophyton Garay has been sunk in Schoenorchis (Jalal, Jayanthi & Schuiteman, 2014). Life / Plantae / Anthophyta / Monocotyledoneae / Orchidales / Orchidaceae . [4] (See External links below). (1), Oeceoclades Lindl. (658), Neomoorea Rolfe (1), Rudolfiella Hoehne (6), Scuticaria Lindl. In Spiranthinae, monospecific Discyphus (Panama to north-eastern Brazil) is an anomaly. (Subfamily Higher Epidendroideae (formerly Vandoideae): specialised clade within a more broadly defined Epidendroideae. (2010), it fell in an isolated position among the neottioids, and here we reinstate Wullschlaegelieae for it. ex Lindl. (2002) and Cameron (2006). (43), Restrepia Kunth (53), Restrepiella Garay & Dunst. (69), Tetramicra Lindl. A prominent example in which such splitting of a genus was eventually accepted is that of Cypripedium, which had been the sole genus of that subfamily (or even family). Summary. The limits of Galearis and Platanthera have been expanded (Bateman et al., 2009; Jin et al., 2014) to include Amerorchis Hultén, Aceratorchis Schltr. Likewise, in Nervilieae, we recognize Nervilia to be in a separate subtribe from the rest. When he published his classification, only about 20,000 species of orchids were known. Calypso and its relatives have long been considered as an independent tribe but, in Górniak et al. [11] The first classification that was based on cladistic analysis of DNA data was published by Chase et alii in 2003.[12]. (3), Erasanthe P.J.Cribb, Hermans & D.L. An alliance is a group of taxa, at any taxonomic rank, but usually at the rank of genus or species, that are thought to be closely related. (4), Encyclia Hook. (73), Vandopsis Pfitzer in Engler & Prantl (4). "A phylogenetic analysis of the Orchidaceae: evidence from rbcL nucleotide sequences". Differences in morphology between these species are minor. 1883. There have been several changes in the composition of Calypsoinae. A ‘classification tree’ that summarizes what is known about higher level relationships is presented in Figure 1. In 2003, a new phylogenetic classification divided Orchidaceae into five subfamilies: Apostasioideae, Vanilloideae, Cypripedioideae, Orchidoideae, and Epidendroideae. Schltr. For full access to this pdf, sign in to an existing account, or purchase an annual subscription. For example, the study of Batista et al. This, too, seems reasonable, but, for the present, we retain past circumscriptions of Caladenia (as in Hopper & Brown, 2004). & D.L.Jones (1). (1), Chiloglottis R.Br. (2014). (4). (200), Eulophiella Rolfe (5), Geodorum Jacks. In Epidendroideae, there has been a great deal of change in the generic limits in many tribes/subtribes since Chase et al. (15). 314 p. Pridgeon & M.W.Chase because, in an nrITS analysis, they fell closer to other genera than to the rest of Anathallis, but support for this result was poor (none of the relevant nodes separating the species ascribed to Lankesteriana from the rest of Anathallis received the required 0.95 Bayesian posterior probability). [citation needed] Dressler's 1993 book had considerable influence on later work. Karremans (2014) proposed a new genus, Lankesteriana Karremans, for a group of species related to Anathaliis barbulata (Lindl.) (24), Myrosmodes Rchb.f. (136), Platycoryne Rchb.f. (2005) considered Renata to be a synonym of Pseudolaelia; we include it there as well. Acanthephippium Blume (13), Ancistrochilus Rolfe (2), Ania Lindl. The days in which intuition played a major role in such studies are coming to an end. (2003) and Pridgeon et al. It is thus recognized here as a new member of Orchidinae. Burnettia Lindl. Alec M. Pridgeon, Phillip J. Cribb, Mark W. Chase, and Finn N. Rasmussen. (4), Warmingia Rchb.f. (1), Pheladenia* D.L.Jones & M.A.Clem. The apostasioid orchids are the most primitive orchids, with only two genera. (12), Lockhartia Hook. 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. (216), Cephalantheropsis Guillaumin (4), Chrysoglossum Blume (4), Collabium Blume (14), Diglyphosa Blume (3), Eriodes Rolfe (1), Gastrorchis Thouars (8), Hancockia Rolfe (1), Ipsea Lindl. (2005) presents another option other than combining all of them into a single genus. (267), Cyanicula Hopper & A.P.Brown (10), Elythranthera (Endl.) (2), Govenia Lindl. (22), Schuitemania* Ormerod (1), Stephanothelys Garay (5), Vrydagzynea Blume (43), Zeuxine Lindl. 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). In 2003, a new phylogenetic classification divided Orchidaceae into five subfamilies: Apostasioideae, Vanilloideae, Cypripedioideae, Orchidoideae, and Epidendroideae. Gansauge & Meyer, 2013), which is also suitable for the sequencing of ancient DNA samples. Orchidaceae are cosmopolitan, occurring in almost every habitat apart from deserts and glaciers. 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(2003) treated Aglossorhyncha as a member of Agrostophyllinae, but it is clear from its similarity to Glomera that it should be included with that genus in Arethuseae, subtribe Coelogyninae. 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 only known species displays a puzzling combination of characters, seemingly amalgamating features from Eulophiinae, Malaxidinae and Collabieae (all Epidendroideae). (2013). In Genera Orchidacearum, many genera were consolidated, reducing their number to 765, smaller than in any previous modern classification. (1), Thulinia P.J.Cribb (1), Traunsteinera Rchb. (28), Macradenia R.Br. 1999. (60), Uleiorchis Hoehne (2). Another genus, Devogelia, takes the place of Thaia as incertae sedis in Epidendroideae. [10], Genera Orchidacearum was published in 6 volumes over 15 years, from 1999 to 2014. (234). Relative to Chase et al. Another of the unplaced subtribes in Chase et al. An exclusive relationship of Hederorkis to Polystachya has not been demonstrated (Pridgeon et al., 2014), but it also has not been strongly refuted. (9), Centroglossa Barb.Rodr. Peter F. Stevens (2001 onwards). In a more thoroughly sampled study, Cameron & van den Berg (in press) found that, with 18S rDNA and two mitochondrial DNA regions, the position of Pogoniopsis was more likely to be in accord with its morphology, and we thus place it near Triphora here. Readers who require more detailed information should refer to Chase et al. Statistics are at the bottom of the page. is considered as a synonym of Tuberolabium. Auxopus Schltr. & Westc. (132), Cyrtostylis R.Br. (20), Ridleyella Schltr. Kraenzlinella is also newly accepted as a member of Pleurothallidinae (as reviewed in Pridgeon et al., 2005). Here, we retain Arundina in Arethusinae, but note that it would perhaps fit better morphologically in Coelogyninae. 1), and the most complete analyses are those of Clements et al. One of the subtribes listed in Chase et al. Since 2006, phylogenies of two of the subfamilies, Vanilloideae[19][20] and Epidendroideae[21] have been published. However, more recent studies indicate that many of their differences with the other orchids were not inherited from a common ancestor with orchids, but arose within the stem group of apostasioid orchids. ], we argue for a more considered and well-sampled analysis prior to making taxonomic decisions about generic delimitation. Dressler's delimitation of subfamilies was contradicted by subsequent studies of mitochondrial, chloroplast, and nuclear DNA sequences. The floral features of mycoheterotrophic Risleya appear to be similar to those of Malaxis, but it has pollinia with a viscidium and an elongate rostellum, both of which fit better in Collabieae. It is unusual in Vanilla in not being a climber and having small leaves, but florally it fits well there. (20), Chroniochilus J.J.Sm. & Averyanova is undoubtedly closely related and probably synonymous. Brieger in F.R.R.Schlechter (1), Epiblastus Schltr. (2003). The latter solution has yet to be well evaluated, but most authors seem to prefer it (Radins et al., 2014), although not all necessary combinations have been made to make this a viable taxonomic arrangement. Click on … The family Orchidaceae is divided into five subfamilies (Apostasioideae, Cypripedioideae, Vanilloidea, Orchidoideae, and Epidendroideae). van den Berg et al., 2005, seen in 2003 prior to its publication). Acianthus R.Br. (2001a). (7), Pyrorchis D.L.Jones & M.A.Clements (2), Rimacola Rupp (1), Waireia D.L.Jones, Molloy & M.A.Clements (1). Since the publication of the last classification of Orchidaceae in Chase et al. ex Nevski (40), Diplomeris D.Don (3), Dracomonticola H.P.Linder & Kurzweil (1), Galearis Raf. (45), Pilophyllum† Schltr. In Vanda, we include Ascocentropsis Senghas & H.Schildh. Adrorhizon Hook.f. (27), Epiblema R.Br. (29), Bhutanthera* J.Renz (5), Bonatea Willd. Arachnis includes Armodorum Breda and Esmeralda Rchb.f. & Endl. (4), Solenangis Schltr. (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. Coeliopsis Rchb.f. These primitive features make them, according to some authorities, not true orchids but rather ancestors of modern orchids. "Afhandling om Orchidernes Slägter och deras Systematiska indelning". Epipogium Borkh. We present below, in a rough phylogenetic sequence, a description of the changes in each subfamily, tribe and subtribe; at the end, in the  Appendix, is a list of the genera with the number of species indicated (from the Monocot Checklist, Govaerts, 2014); this also includes authors for all genera. (2005). (16), Tipularia Nutt. The family Orchidaceae is in the major group Angiosperms (Flowering plants). (2009), indicated that Disperis should continue to be treated as a member of Brownleeinae, although support for its position as sister to Brownleea is weak. Diseae were not recognized as a separate tribe in Chase et al. (9), Arethusa L. (1), Arundina Blume (2), Calopogon R.Br. They were recognized by Dressler (1993), who reported that the pollinia were similar to those of Agrostophyllinae and the seeds were similar to those of Polystachya (see below). No further work or nomenclatural changes have been made to Coelogyninae since the study of Gravendeel et al. Alliance hybrids: over 107 hybrid genera. The flowers are monandrous in the subfamilies Vanilloideae, Orchidoideae, and Epidendroideae. 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. data). (7), Yoania Maxim. Garay (1972) (based on Schlechter, 1926) recognized five subfamilies, but these were not equivalent to the five here, although four of the five names are the same (differing in Neottioideae versus Vanilloideae). (10), Platyrhiza Barb.Rodr. In Salazar (2003b), Nothostele was treated as a member of Cranichidinae, but Batista et al. The main stem grows in a single direction. 1999–2005). (19), Prasophyllum R.Br. [7] In 2015, Chase et alii merged even more genera, reducing their number to 736. It is now known that Orchidaceae is the most basal clade in Asparagales, with the astelioid clade diverging next.[15][16]. (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. 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. (27), Hapalorchis Schltr. (2012b), the floral similarities between Achlydosa, Chloraeinae and some members of Diurideae, such as Megastylis, probably represent symplesiomorphies for the whole Diurideae/Cranichideae clade and are therefore potentially misleading. Rchb. Ceratandra Lindl. (2013) (focused on Neotropical habenarids) and Jin et al. (3), Neotinea Rchb.f. In 2003, the position of Vanilloideae remained equivocal. (2015) in several plant groups (monocots and eudicots) and animals (Drosophila). (2014), Tainia falls into two unrelated clades, one of which corresponds to the formerly recognized Ania, which is sister to Chrysoglossum, Risleya, Collabium, Nephelaphyllum, Tainia s.s. and Hancockia, and so Ania is reinstated here. (1), Warczewiczella* Rchb.f. Most have hard pollinia, i.e. Polystachyinae were included in Vandeae in Chase et al. A second species has been described, also from Brazil (Batista et al., 2011). (loc. A great deal more study is needed before adjusting the generic limits in this group. Plants of the Orchid Family The orchids are the only monocot plants in the northern latitudes with distinctive, irregular blossoms. (6), Hammarbya* Kuntze (1), Hippeophyllum Schltr. (1). In Jin et al. 1789. f. – urn orchid P Glomera should include Glossorhyncha Ridl., Ischnocentrum Schltr. (15), Caleana R.Br. (75), Chamelophyton Garay (1), Dilomilis Raf. (2). (7), Nothostele† Garay (2), Odontorrhynchus M.N.Correa (6), Pelexia Poit. (1), Lycomormium Rchb.f. 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