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Laelia angereri is the largest species in the rupiculous Laelia group. It has a fairly limited range at the mountains where the Jequitinhinha River originates, near Diamantina. Flowers are produced on long inflorescences that can have up to more than 40 2" flowers, and in cases like these the display is impressive. Laelia angereri is quite frequently found together with L. rupestris, and the hybrid between them (Laelia x hispidula) has been found more than once.