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- The Rafflesia: World's Stinkiest Flower Stinky Parasite
- The Rafflesia is the world's largest flower, but you will not find it at your local florist shop.
- LGU Baungon, Bukidnon, DENR ink preservation agreement for Rafflesia
- 5 (PIA) -- The local government unit here has committed to implement the Critical Habitat Development Plan (CHDP) for Rafflesia schadenbergiana, the country's biggest flower in the mountains of Mindanao.
- AHDP leads in re-greening Sibalom town mountain ranges
- It boast of the biggest flower in Asia the "rafflesia" a seasonal flower which grows in the wild fields of the park. So big and beautiful that any onlooker could not help but admire it upon sight.
- Hospitality Management students rise to the occasion
- Ong also drew the attention of the journalist to an impressive giant mache Rafflesia which her team took four days to create.
- Lessons in the forest
- The Belum-Temenggor also boasts of being the only forest in Malaysia with all 10 species of Malaysian hornbills, and has three species of the infamously foul-smelling Rafflesia flower.
- De meest bizarre planten
- Nog zo'n stinkerd is de Rafflesia arnoldii. Toch is de geur van deze bloem niet de reden dat deze in dit lijstje opduikt. Het is eerder de bijzondere vorm van de bloem die de aandacht trekt.
- Rafflesia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Rafflesia is a genus of parasitic flowering plants.
- Rafflesia arnoldii - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Rafflesia arnoldii is a member of the genus Rafflesia.
- My first rafflesia - YouTube
- Oct 9, 2006 My first sight of a rafflesia in bloom. Rafflesia kerrii of Lojing Highlandby profdrkms16865 views · Thumbnail 0:15. Add to.
- Rafflesia arnoldii page
- Oct 29, 2010 Rafflesia arnoldii Robert Brown. Species named after Dr.
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