Orchiodes discolor (Ker Gawl.) Steud.
Myoda rufescens Lindl. Ludisia dawsoniana (H.Low ex Rchb.f.) Neottia discolor (Ker Gawl.) Several years ago, we self pollinated a plant that had arisen as a seedling in the bush house, most likely from seed from a natural selfing of the var Dawsoniana. Ludisia (Lus. This form was identified as Schlecter's var odina, with silver veins instead of the copper veins of var Dawsoniana. Kuntze; Ludisia (Lus.)
They are native to Southern China , Northeast India , Thailand , Vietnam , the Philippines , Malaysia , Indonesia and Burma ,  and often cultivated. see left: Ludisia discolor Type form. Ludisia discolor (Ker Gawl.) Anoectochilus (Goodyera) ordeana) in: Samuel Jennings: "Orchids and how to grow them" (1875) is a genus of orchids that contains just one species, Ludisia discolor, commonly referred to as jewel orchid. Blume; Ludisia furetii Blume; Ludisia odorata Blume; Ludisia otletae (Rolfe) Aver. Ludisia discolor (as syn. Ludisia discolor dawsoniana Its greenish-black leaves with a Burgundy tint have a relatively large size. Aver. On the surface of the leaves are clearly visible pale red longitudinal veins.  ) is a genus of orchids that contains just one species, Ludisia discolor , commonly referred to as jewel orchid .