Angraecum sesquipedale

Angraecum sesquipedale. © RBG KEW

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Srapbook 16, 1870, The spectacular ?´comet orchid', with its elegant white flowers, is one of Madagascar's best known plants. On receiving a flowering specimen of the plant from the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew in 1862, Charles Darwin predicted

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Media ID 4542432

Date: 25th February 2011

Filename: jds_16_039.jpg

Image Size: 4000 x 3300 Pixels

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Associated Categories: Botanic

Keywords:  angraecum sesquipedale  comet  darwin  epiphyte  flower  john day  madagascar  moth  orchid  orchidaceae  white

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