| Mormodes, Catasetum, Cycnoches, Catasetinae, Clowesia rosea|
Clowesia is a genus of the Orchidaceae family. Species of this genus are epiphytic and contain many pseudobulbs with several internodes. The leaves of this plant are arranged alternatively in two vertical rows on opposite sides of the rachis. The Clowesia has a simple gullet flower that allows for pollination by male euglossine bees. The flowers are often unisexual and contain a viscidium.
Seven species of this genus are currently recognized, all native to southern Mexico, Central America, and northern South America.
- Clowesia amazonica K.G.Lacerda & V.P.Castro - Venezuela, Ecuador, northern Brazil
- Clowesia dodsoniana E.Aguirre - Chiapas, Oaxaca
- Clowesia glaucoglossa (Rchb.f.) Dodson - Michoacán
- Clowesia rosea Lindl. - Michoacán, Guerrero, Oaxaca
- Clowesia russelliana (Hook.) Dodson - Chiapas, Central America, Venezuela
- Clowesia thylaciochila (Lem.) Dodson - Chiapas, Oaxaca
- Clowesia warczewiczii (Lindl. & Paxton) Dodson - Costa Rica, Panama, Venezuela, Guyana, Colombia, Suriname, Ecuador, northern Brazil