African Plant Database

Tridactyle fimbriatipetala (De Wild.) Schltr.
Information on the genus : Tridactyle
Basionym : Angraecum fimbriatipetalum De Wild.
Status for TA : accepted (present)
Synonym(s) Homotypic
 Angraecum fimbriatipetalum De Wild. (1916)
Ecology and distribution
Trop. Afr.
Biology : Epiphytic herb; stems narrow, to 50 cm long; leaves ± elliptic, obtuse, 8-12x1,5-2,5 cm; inflorescences 8-10 cm long, 10-15-flowered; flower pale, glandular; sepals elliptic, 5-6x2 mm; petals 5x1 mm, margins fimbriate; lip 8-11x8 mm, with tooth-like auricles at base, 3-lobed in middle; side lobes as long as midlobe, lobes laciniate at apex; spur filiform, 20 mm long.
Ecology : Dense humid forest.
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Record n°45055
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