Genus Entries. These are divided into three elements: Data, Main Article, and Photograph.
- Number of Species indicates the number of species in the genus.
- Classification gives the full botanical name, the orchid hunter's name, and the year it was first discovered and described.
- Form describes the key characteristics of the genus.
- Distribution indicates where the species can be found in the wild.
- Habitat outlines the type of habitat in which it is found in the wild.
Main Articles presents additional background information about the genus, including general cultivation methods for members of that genus.
Photograph depicts a member of the genus.
Species Entries. These follow on from many of the genus entries and describe the key characteristics, cultivation methods, and classification of representative species, together with an illustration of each species.
Picture Galleries.These galleries illustrate other species and hybrids within a genus, giving a wider representation of the huge variety of orchids.