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Family: Orchidaceae
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Tribe: Cranichideae
Subtribe: Goodyerinae
Genus: Odontochilus
Blume, 1859
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Odontochilus is a small genus from the orchid family (Orchidaceae). Sometimes the genus Pristiglottis Cretz. & J. J. Sm is included in this genus.

These terrestrial, mycoparasitic orchids occur from S. Japan to W. & C. Malesia



  • Omerod P. (2003). "Orchidaceous additions to the floras of China and Vietnam". Taiwania 48 (3): 139-146. 
  • Ormerod Paul (2005). "Notulae Goodyerinae (II)". Taiwania 50 (1): 1-10. 
  • Royal Botanical gardens, Kew (January 2006). "new species". Orchid Research Newsletter 47. 
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