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Floral volatiles of Genus Aspasia

Order: Asparagales
Family: Orchidaceae
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Bedoukian


Volatile(s):

Aspasia variegata Lindley
 
Williams NH  1983 
 
        1,4-dimethoxybenzene 
        1H-indole 
        2-phenylethanol 
        2-p-tolylpropene 
        3-carene 
        4me-anisole 
        alpha-phellandrene 
        alpha-pinene 
        alpha-terpinene 
        alpha-terpinolene 
        anisyl acetate 
        benzaldehyde 
        benzyl acetate 
        benzyl benzoate 
        beta-caryophyllene 
        beta-pinene 
        camphene 
        carvone 
        cinnamaldehyde 
        cinnamyl alcohol 
        citronellal 
        citronellol 
        dihydrocarvone 
        E-cinnamyl acetate 
        E-methyl cinnamate 
        eucalyptol 
        eugenol 
        geraniol 
        ipsdienol 
        isoelemicin 
        limonene 
        linalool 
        me-4-methoxycinnamate 
        methyl benzoate 
        methyl eugenol 
        methyl salicylate 
        myrcene 
        nerol 
        p-cresol 
        p-cymene 
        phenethyl acetate 
        phenylmethanol 
        phenylpropyl acetate 
        terpinen-4-ol 
        trans-beta-ocimene 
 
Aspasia principissa Reichenbach
 
Williams NH  1983 
 
        1,4-dimethoxybenzene 
        1H-indole 
        2-phenylethanol 
        2-p-tolylpropene 
        3-carene 
        4me-anisole 
        alpha-phellandrene 
        alpha-pinene 
        alpha-terpinene 
        alpha-terpinolene 
        anisyl acetate 
        benzaldehyde 
        benzyl acetate 
        benzyl benzoate 
        beta-caryophyllene 
        beta-pinene 
        camphene 
        carvone 
        cinnamaldehyde 
        cinnamyl alcohol 
        citronellal 
        citronellol 
        dihydrocarvone 
        E-cinnamyl acetate 
        E-methyl cinnamate 
        eucalyptol 
        eugenol 
        geraniol 
        ipsdienol 
        isoelemicin 
        limonene 
        linalool 
        me-4-methoxycinnamate 
        methyl benzoate 
        methyl eugenol 
        methyl salicylate 
        myrcene 
        nerol 
        p-cresol 
        p-cymene 
        phenethyl acetate 
        phenylmethanol 
        phenylpropyl acetate 
        terpinen-4-ol 
        trans-beta-ocimene 
 
Aspasia epidendroides Lindley
 
Williams NH  1983 
 
        1,4-dimethoxybenzene 
        1H-indole 
        2-phenylethanol 
        2-p-tolylpropene 
        3-carene 
        4me-anisole 
        alpha-phellandrene 
        alpha-pinene 
        alpha-terpinene 
        alpha-terpinolene 
        anisyl acetate 
        benzaldehyde 
        benzyl acetate 
        benzyl benzoate 
        beta-caryophyllene 
        beta-pinene 
        camphene 
        carvone 
        cinnamaldehyde 
        cinnamyl alcohol 
        citronellal 
        citronellol 
        dihydrocarvone 
        E-cinnamyl acetate 
        E-methyl cinnamate 
        eucalyptol 
        eugenol 
        geraniol 
        ipsdienol 
        isoelemicin 
        limonene 
        linalool 
        me-4-methoxycinnamate 
        methyl benzoate 
        methyl eugenol 
        methyl salicylate 
        myrcene 
        nerol 
        p-cresol 
        p-cymene 
        phenethyl acetate 
        phenylmethanol 
        phenylpropyl acetate 
        terpinen-4-ol 
        trans-beta-ocimene 
 
Aspasia variegata Lindley
 
Whitten WM  1986 
 
        alpha-phellandrene 
        alpha-pinene 
        benzaldehyde 
        benzyl acetate 
        benzyl benzoate 
        camphene 
        carvone 
        dihydrocarvone 
        dimethyl styrene 
        E-methyl cinnamate 
        eucalyptol 
        geraniol 
        ipsdienol 
        limonene 
        nerol 
        p-cymene 
        thujyl alcohol 
        trans-beta-ocimene 
        trans-carvone oxide 
 
Reference(s):

Whitten, W.M., Williams, N.H., Armbuster, W.S., Battiste, M.A., Strekowski, L., and Lindquist, N. 1986. Carvone oxide: an example of convergent evolution in euglossine pollinated plants. Syst. Bot. 11:222-228.
 
Williams, N.H., and Whitten, W.M. 1983. Orchid floral fragrances and male euglossine bees: methods and advances in the last sesquidecade. Biol. Bull. 164:355-395.
 

 
Citation: El-Sayed AM 2014. The Pherobase: Database of Insect Pheromones and Semiochemicals. <http://www.pherobase.com>.
2003-2014 The Pherobase - Extensive Database of Insect Pheromones and Semiochemicals. Ashraf M. El-Sayed.
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