Cleisostoma uraiense (Hayata) Garay & Sweet

in Orch. Of Southern Ryukyu Islands, Bot. Mus. H. U. 156 (1974).


Cleisostoma viridescens (Fukuyama) Garay in Bot. Mus. Leafl. Harvard Univ., 23(4): 175 (1972).

Sarcanthus micranthus Ames in Orch. 5: 248 (1915).

Sarcanthus uraiensis Hayata in Icon. Pl. Formos. 8: 130 (1919). (basionyme)

Sarcanthus viridescens Fukuyama in Bot. Mag., Tokyo, 1936, 1. 24 (1936).


Andaman et Nicobar, Borneo, Philippines, Ryukyu, Taiwan.

Philippines : Bataan , Camarines Norte , Camarines Sur, Cotabato, Davao, Davao del Sur, Davao Oriental, Laguna, Lanao del Norte, Lanao del Sur, Leyte, Mindoro Occidental, Mindoro Oriental, Palawan, Quezon, Rizal, Southern Leyte, Sulu, Zamboanga del Norte, Zamboanga del Sur.

Taiwan : T'ai-tung.

Floraison : _F_AM___SOND. Altitude de 815 à 815 m.

Description sommaire

Plante épiphyte. Taille de 0 à 40 cm. Fleurs de 20 à 40, blanches, vertes. Sépale dorsal oblong. Sépales latéraux concaves, oblongs, à apex obtus, de 0-3 × 1-2 mm. Pétales ovales. Labelle trilobé.


A Taiwan : seulement le sud de Orchid island.


Helen L. Valmayor. Orchidiana Philippiniana. Tome 1. Eugenio Lopez Foundation. 1984. Page 135. Aquarelle.

Mark L. Isaac-Williams. An introduction to the orchids of Asia. Angus & Robertson. North Ryde. NSW. Australie. 1988. Page 69. Photo.

E.M.G. Agoo, A. Shuiteman, E.F. De Vogel. Flora Malesiana. Orchids of the Philippines Vol. I. ETI/National Herbarium of the Netherlands. 2003. Photo.

Wu Zhengyi & Peter H. Raven & Hong Deyuan. Flora of China. Orchidaceae. Science Press (Beijing). 2009. Page 460.

Jim Cootes. Philippine native orchid species. Katha Publishing. 2011. Page 85. Photo.

Wei-Min Lin & Yi-Fu Wang. The wild orchids of Taiwan. KBCC Press. 2014. Page 268. Photo.

André Schuiteman, B. Ramamurthy Kailash & Uttam Babu Shrestha. A checklist of the Orchidaceae of India. Missouri Botanical Garden Press. 2022. Page 59.