Rafflesia arnoldii: this parasitic plant develops the world's largest bloom that can grow over three feet across. The flower is a fleshy color, with spots that make it look like a teenager's acne-ridden skin.
This species of Rafflesia is known to the Bagobo tribe as Bo-o. To the Higaonon tribe of Bukidnon, it is known as Kolon busaw. This parasitic plant has the largest flower among the Rafflesia species found in the Philippines with a diameter of up to 80 cm.
Rafflesia keithii ~ Rafflesia keithii is a parasitic flowering plant endemic to Borneo. It is named after Harry George Keith, former Conservator of Forests in Sabah. Carrion flowers attract mostly scavenging flies and beetles as pollinators.
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