Isotria is a genus comprised of 2 terrestrial orchids found in North America.
Plants are found in the eastern United States and Canada.
Plants grow terrestrially in woodland areas. Plants in this genus are pollinated by bees. Plants have a chromosome count of 2n = 18 for diploid cells.
Plants are named after their three sepals which are equivalent in shape.
- Odonectis Raf. 1808.
- Pollination in the Genus Isotria (Orchidaceae) Loyal A. Mehrhoff, III, American Journal of Botany, Vol. 70, No. 10 (Nov. - Dec., 1983), pp. 1444-1453