Sapria

(from the article `Rafflesiales`) ...Pilostyles (22 species), Bdallophytum (4 species), Apodanthes (5 species), Rafflesia (12 species), Cytinus (6 species), Rhizanthes (1 or 2 ...
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Sapria

Sapria is a genus of parasitic flowering plants. It grows within roots of Vitis and Tetrastigma. The genus is limited to the tropical forests of South and South-east Asia. The flowers of Sapria are about 20 cm in diameter, bright red with yellow or white dots, unisexual and dioecious. In contrast with the related genus Rafflesia the flowers have 1...
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