Browsing: Rafflesiaceae

Rafflesiaceae is a family of rare parasitic plants found in the tropical forests of east and southeast Asia, including Rafflesia arnoldii, which has the largest flowers of all plants.

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Rafflesia speciosa

Rafflesia speciosa belongs to medium-sized Rafflesia with a flower diameter of up tp 22 inches (56 cm). The whitish warts appear like ‘rice krispies’ sprinkled…

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Rafflesia kerrii

Rafflesia kerrii is a parasite to the wild grapes of the genus Tetrastigma, but only the flowers are visible. Small buds appear along the…