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Of course, hybrids are to be found in this variable genus as well - more than one might think actually:

For many species intermediate forms or natural hybrids are reported or presumed. Unfortunately, there have not been many reviews about the variability and the hybridization potential of Aristolochia species in situ.


Many misidentifications and even some new species' descriptions may in fact represent natural hybrids.

However, without DNA/cladistic analyses this cannot be verified conclusively in several extreme cases /e.g species' complexes.

Following from here, this subpage aims to be a gallery for various hybrid specimens - some of these deliberately generated by gardeners, others as natural or spontaneously reported hybrids.

Just click on any picture to view the hybrid names.


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