Angraecum gereauanum Stévart & Jecmenica 2017 SECTION AfrangraecumTYPE photos by © Tariq Stévart

Part Shade Warm LATE Summer EARLIER Fall

Common Name Gereau's Angraecum [Missouri Botanical Garden Botanist current]

Flower Size .8" [2 cm]

Known from Massif du Chaillu in Gabon in humid, marshy forest on a plateau at the bottom of the deep valley at elevations around 600 to 900 meters as a miniature sized, warm growing epiphyte with a terete stem carrying alternate, elliptic-oblong, obliquely bilobed apically, 9 nerved leaves that blooms in the late summer and earlier fall on an axillary, thick, erect, peduncle 1.2 to 1.4" [3 to 3.5 cm] long, successively over years, single, to 3 flowered inflorescence.

Synonyms Conchograecum gereauanum (Stévart & Jecmenica) Szlach. & Grochocka 2018

References W3 Tropicos, Kew Monocot list , IPNI ; *Phytotaxa 323: 147 2017 Taxonomy of Atlantic Central African orchids, 6: three new species of Angraecum sect. Afrangraecum (Orchidaceae, Angraecinae) from Gabon and Săo Tomé VLADIMIR JE?MENICA1, VINCENT DROISSART1, ERIC AKOUANGOU4, CHRISTELLE NYANGALA, BAKITA BAKITA, JEAN PHILIPPE BITEAU5 & TARIQ STÉVART 2017