Pilostyles

Pilostyles is a genus of flowering plants currently placed in the family Apodanthaceae. It was formerly placed in the Rafflesiaceae. It includes several species of parasitic plants that live inside the stems of other plants and produce tiny flowers that burst through the surface of the host plants` tissue. Plants of this genus are sometimes refer....
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Pilostyles

(from the article `Rafflesiales`) The family Rafflesiaceae includes the following genera, mostly in the Old World subtropics: Pilostyles (22 species), Bdallophytum (4 species), ...
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