Aerides suavissima Lindl., 1849

Aerides suavissima  described from specimen taken from Malacca. In general appearance it is similar to Aerides odorata. This orchid in fragrance more balsemic and delicious, The sepals and petals are white and lilac tip, the lip is pale nankin or pale lemon colour, with lilac streak a long the centre of middle lobe.

Orginal description and reprint illustration be able read at LINK, see below that site

Aerides suavissima

Aerides suavissima

Aerides suavissima
Distribution :
Sumatra, Peninsular Malaysia, Borneo?
42 SUM, MLY, BOR

Credit :
Photo by Mr. Keladu Senja, specimen collected from Kedah, Peninsular Malaysia.

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