Doritis

Doritis

epithet of Aphrodite, meaning “bountiful.” [Gk. Myth.: Zimmerman, 25]
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Doritis is actually the only orchid genus where orbicules were reported, but we seriously doubt this interpretation judging their figures 8 and 12 (Wolter et al., 1988).
Cytherea elliptica (Sowerby, 1853); Circe pulchra (Deshayes, 1854); Cytherea (Circe) paralytica (Romer, 1860); Cytherea (Lioconcha) doritis (Romer, 1860); Circe abbreviata (Reeve, 1856); Circe fumata (Reeve, 1863); Tapes amphidesmoides (Reeve, 1864); Lioconcha funiculata (Romer, 1864); Lioconcha limenia (Romer, 1864), Circenita callipyga (Bosch et al., 1995, pg.
These moth-orchid hybrids--part Doritis and part Phalaenopsis--don't yet have a common name, but they're so easy to grow that they're bound to become popular.
Griesbach tried the faster mutation screening on whole petals from orchid flowers (Doritis pulcherrima Lindl.).