Other Vandas: Aerides, Amesiella, Arachnis, Ceratocentron, Cleisostoma, Christensonia, Gastrochilus, Robiquetia, Sedirea, Trichoglottis, Tuberolabium, Vandopsis and Their Hybrids

 
Aer. houlletiana
PHOTO 139-10
Aerides (Aer.) houlletiana
 
Aer. lawrenceae
PHOTO 208-12
Aer. lawrenceae
 
Aer. odorata
PHOTO 132-9
Aer. odorata
 
Aer. Punchinello
PHOTO 154-11
Aer. Punchinello

Aerctm. Fuchs Gem
PHOTO 151-10
Aeridocentrum (Aerctm.) Fuchs Gem

 
Amesiella (Ame.) philippinensis x Tuberolabium (Tblm.) kotoense
PHOTO 156-11
Amesiella (Ame.) philippinensis x Tuberolabium (Tblm.) kotoense
 
Aranda Melia Ann
PHOTO 64-2
Aranda (Aranda.) Melia Ann


 
Chri. vietnamica
PHOTO 131-10
Christensonia (Chri.) vietnamica

Rhy. coelestis x Chri. vietnamica
PHOTO 120-10
Christenstylis (Ctn.) Kedah Bella

 
Chtra. Luang Prabang
PHOTO 155-9
Christiera (Chtra.) Luang Prabang
 
Crc. Penang Sunset
PHOTO 120-8
Christocentrum (Crc.) Penang Sunset
 
Cleis. arietinum
PHOTO 114-11
Cleisostoma (Cleis.) arietinum

Gastrochilus (Gchls.) retrocallus
PHOTO 182-10
Gastrochilus (Gchls.) retrocallus

 
Mkra. Christine Panee
PHOTO 64-3
Mokara (Mkra.) Christine Panee

 
Robiquetia  merrillii
PHOTO 152-13
Robiquetia (Rbq.) merrillii

 
Sed. japonica
PHOTO 160-13
Sedirea (Sed.) japonica

Trgl. atropurpurea
PHOTO 64-8
Trichoglottis (Trgl.) atropurpurea

 
Tubecentron Hsinying Girl
PHOTO 167-10
Tubecentron Hsinying Girl

 
Tuberolabium quisumbingii
PHOTO 73-15
Tuberolabium (Tblm.) quisumbingii

 
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We continue to use the genus names per Sanders. There have been many changes in taxonomy accepted by the RHS and AOS, including moving Sedeira indo the Phalaenopsis genus.
 
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