Angraecum ampullaceum Bosser 1970 SECTION Arachnangraecum Drawing by H Perrier

Part shade WarmCool LATER Spring and again LATE Summer

Common Name or Meaning The Vein Like Lip Spur Angraecum

Flower Size

Found in east central and south eastern Madagascar in humid evergreen forests at elevations of 500 to 1400 meters as a medium sized, warm to cool growing epiphyte with numerous leaves that blooms in the later spring and again in the late summer on an axillary, 3.6 to 4" [9 to 10 cm] long, 1 to 2 flowered inflorescence with a spur shaped growths at the base of the peduncle that seem to contain resin and carrying white flowers.

Synonyms Arachnangraecum ampullaceum (Bosser) Szlach., Mytnik & Grochocka 2013; Jumellea humbertii H.Perrier 1938

References W3 Tropicos, Kew Monocot list , IPNI ; Flora Of Madagascar Perrier 1939/1981 as Jumella humbertii Drawing fide; An Introduction to the Cultivated Angraecoid Orchids Of Madagascar Hillerman & Holst 1986 as J humbertii; Angraecoid Orchids Stewart, Hermans and Cribb 2006; Orchids of Maadgascar Hermans, Du Puy, Cribb & Bosser 2007; Field Guide to the Orchids of Madagascar Cribb & Hermans 2009 as Jumellea humberti;