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Trisetella
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Trisetella is a genus of orchids, native to Central and South America. Twelve of the 23 currently known species are endemic to Ecuador.[1][2] They bear small flowers with fused sepals and fused petals. The synsepal bears three hair-like tails, which is the namesake of Trisetella ("three little bristles").

Species accepted as of June 2014:[1]

  1. Trisetella abbreviata Luer - Ecuador
  2. Trisetella andreettae Luer - Ecuador
  3. Trisetella cordeliae Luer - Peru
  4. Trisetella dalstroemii Luer - Ecuador
  5. Trisetella didyma (Luer) Luer - Ecuador
  6. Trisetella dressleri (Luer) Luer - Panama
  7. Trisetella escobarii Luer - Colombia
  8. Trisetella fissidens Luer & Hirtz - Ecuador
  9. Trisetella gemmata (Rchb.f.) Luer - Colombia
  10. Trisetella hirtzii Luer - Ecuador
  11. Trisetella hoeijeri Luer & Hirtz - Ecuador
  12. Trisetella klingeri Luer - Ecuador
  13. Trisetella lasiochila Pupulin - Costa Rica
  14. Trisetella nodulifera Luer & Hirtz - Ecuador, Peru
  15. Trisetella pantex (Luer) Luer - Ecuador
  16. Trisetella regia Königer - Peru
  17. Trisetella scobina Luer - Ecuador, Bolivia
  18. Trisetella sororia Luer & Andreetta - Ecuador
  19. Trisetella strumosa Luer & Andreetta - Ecuador
  20. Trisetella tenuissima (C.Schweinf.) Luer - Colombia, Panama
  21. Trisetella triaristella (Rchb.f.) Luer - Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia
  22. Trisetella triglochin (Rchb.f.) Luer - Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia, Brazil, Venezuela, the Guianas
  23. Trisetella vittata (Luer) Luer - Ecuador

References

  1. ^ a b c Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families
  2. ^ Pridgeon, A.M., Cribb, P.J., Chase, M.C. & Rasmussen, F.N. (2006). Epidendroideae (Part One). Genera Orchidacearum 4: 1-672. Oxford University Press, New York, Oxford.

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Trisetella: Brief Summary
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Trisetella is a genus of orchids, native to Central and South America. Twelve of the 23 currently known species are endemic to Ecuador. They bear small flowers with fused sepals and fused petals. The synsepal bears three hair-like tails, which is the namesake of Trisetella ("three little bristles").

Species accepted as of June 2014:

Trisetella abbreviata Luer - Ecuador Trisetella andreettae Luer - Ecuador Trisetella cordeliae Luer - Peru Trisetella dalstroemii Luer - Ecuador Trisetella didyma (Luer) Luer - Ecuador Trisetella dressleri (Luer) Luer - Panama Trisetella escobarii Luer - Colombia Trisetella fissidens Luer & Hirtz - Ecuador Trisetella gemmata (Rchb.f.) Luer - Colombia Trisetella hirtzii Luer - Ecuador Trisetella hoeijeri Luer & Hirtz - Ecuador Trisetella klingeri Luer - Ecuador Trisetella lasiochila Pupulin - Costa Rica Trisetella nodulifera Luer & Hirtz - Ecuador, Peru Trisetella pantex (Luer) Luer - Ecuador Trisetella regia Königer - Peru Trisetella scobina Luer - Ecuador, Bolivia Trisetella sororia Luer & Andreetta - Ecuador Trisetella strumosa Luer & Andreetta - Ecuador Trisetella tenuissima (C.Schweinf.) Luer - Colombia, Panama Trisetella triaristella (Rchb.f.) Luer - Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia Trisetella triglochin (Rchb.f.) Luer - Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia, Brazil, Venezuela, the Guianas Trisetella vittata (Luer) Luer - Ecuador
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