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Camaridium (Orchidaceae, Englerian circumscription) - index of taxa
 Camaridium allenii  
 Camaridium ampliflorum  
 Camaridium anceps  
 Camaridium cf. anceps  
 Camaridium aurantiacum  
 Camaridium aff. aurantiacum  
 Camaridium bradeorum  
 Camaridium brevilabium  
 Camaridium carinulatum  
 Camaridium ctenostachys  
 Camaridium cucullatum  
 Camaridium dendrobioides  
 Camaridium cf. dendrobioides  
 Camaridium densum  
 Camaridium dichotomum  
 Camaridium exaltatum X Maxillaria porrecta  
 Camaridium falcatum  
 Camaridium gomezianum  
 Camaridium grisebachianum  
 Camaridium hoehnei  
 Camaridium aff. hoehnei  
 Camaridium hoehnii  
 Camaridium horichii  
 Camaridium imbricatum  
 Camaridium inauditum  
 Camaridium lutheri  
 Camaridium cf. lutheri  
 Camaridium meleagris  
 Camaridium micranthum  
 Camaridium microphyton  
 Camaridium minus  
 Camaridium aff. neglectum  
 Camaridium nutantiflorum  
 Camaridium obscurum  
 Camaridium paleatum  
 Camaridium aff. paleatum  
 Camaridium cf. paleatum  
 Camaridium punctostriatum  
 Camaridium pygmaeum  
 Camaridium ramonense  
 Camaridium scalariforme  
 Camaridium stenophyllum  
 Camaridium strumatum  
 Camaridium synsepalum  
 Camaridium tigrinum  
 Camaridium tuberculare  
 Camaridium tutae  
 Camaridium vaginale  
 Camaridium vittariifolium  

* cataloging indicators: (all*)=all FLAS specimens ; (Florida*)=all Florida specimens; (SE U.S*)=all SE U.S. specimens ; (U.S.*)=all U.S. specimens.
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