AFRICAN

ORCHIDS

Cyrtorchis section Homocolleticon. Summerh. in Kew Bull. 3,278 (1948).
Description:
Viscidium almost uniform in texture, thin and more or les hyaline. Lateral lobes of rostellum almost parallel-sided in basal part, not at all widened. Stipites usually only moderately widened in the apical half.
Type species of Section:
Cyrtorchis monteiroae (Rchb.f.) & Schltr.

Species:

Cyrtorchis brownii (Rolfe) Schltr. Trop. Africa.
Cyrtorchis crassifolia Schltr. Guinea, C. & E. Trop. Africa.
Cyrtorchis guillaumetii (Pérez-Vera) R.Rice Ivory Coast.
Cyrtorchis henriquesiana (Ridl.) Schltr. Príncipe to Gabon.
Cyrtorchis injoloensis (De Wild.) Schltr. WC. & E. Trop. Africa.
Cyrtorchis monteiroae (Rchb.f.) Schltr. W. Trop. Africa to Uganda, Angola.
Cyrtorchis praetermissa Summerh. Uganda to S. Africa.
Cyrtorchis praetermissa subsp. praetermissa. Uganda to Mpumalanga.
Cyrtorchis praetermissa subsp. zuluensis (E.R.Harrison) H.P.Linder KwaZulu-Natal.
Cyrtorchis ringens (Rchb.f.) Summerh. Trop. Africa.
Cyrtorchis submontana Stévart, Droissart & Azandi Cameroon to Equatorial Guinea

World Checklist of Monocotyledons. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Published on the Internet; http://www.kew.org/wcsp/monocots/ accessed 11/03/2017