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In taxonomical systems this name has now mostly dropped out of use, being displaced by the name Orchidales (formed from the family name Orchidaceae). The name Microspermae was used in the Bentham & Hooker and the Engler systems. The Wettstein system also used a descriptive name, but preferred Gynandrae.
Microspermae in the Bentham & Hooker system
Microspermae in the Engler system
- order Microspermae
- family Orchidaceae