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Aerangis malmquistiana

Aerangis malmquistiana

Aerangis distincta, Africa--attracts moths, but only the Hawk moth has a proboscis just the right length, prevents cross-pollination between different orchid species.

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Aerangis distincta by smithsonianmag: Only hawk moths with a proboscis of just the right length and curvature can suck up nectar from the bottom of the foot-long drinking tube. This specificity prevents cross-pollination between different orchid species.

Aerangis punctata is an species in the genus Aerangis. Plant blooms from spring to summer with a...

Aerangis punctata

Aerangis punctata is an species in the genus Aerangis. Plant blooms from spring to summer with a.

Orchids.  ("Aerangis thomsonii.")     Google search:  "Aerangis, abbreviated as Aergs in horticultural trade, is a genus of the Orchid family. The name of this genus has been derived from the Greek words 'aer' and 'angos', referring to the form of the lip. Wikipedia."

Orchids. ("Aerangis thomsonii.") Google search: "Aerangis, abbreviated as Aergs in horticultural trade, is a genus of the Orchid family. The name of this genus has been derived from the Greek words 'aer' and 'angos', referring to the form of the lip. Wikipedia."

Aerangis curnowiana

Aerangis cryptodon 'Flight of Sandies', AM/AOS points) September 2002

Aerangis flabellifolia

Aerangis flabellifolia

Aerangis somalensis

Aerangis somalensis

Aerangis ugandensis

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Aerangis, abbreviated as Aergs in horticultural trade, is a genus of the Orchid family (Orchidaceae). The name of this genus has been derived from the Greek words 'aer' (air) and 'angos' (urn), referring to the form of the lip. It is the type genus of the subtribe Aerangidinae. Approximately 50 species in this genus are known mostly from tropical Africa, but also from the Comoros Islands, Madagascar and Sri Lanka

Aerangis, abbreviated as Aergs in horticultural trade, is a genus of the Orchid family (Orchidaceae). The name of this genus has been derived from the Greek words 'aer' (air) and 'angos' (urn), referring to the form of the lip. It is the type genus of the subtribe Aerangidinae. Approximately 50 species in this genus are known mostly from tropical Africa, but also from the Comoros Islands, Madagascar and Sri Lanka

Eurychone rothschildiana

RE: Afrikanische Monopods (Aerangis, Angraecum und Co) - 2

Aerangis fuscata

This is finally growing well for me. I've had it for about 8 years.

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