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Hoya mitrata  Kerr

The buff color with carmine in center of this strange flowers that look like molar teeth are the flower of H.mitrata. The flower of this specie is about 2 cm in diameter, strongly reflexed and 1-20 flowers per umbel. The leave is fleshy and broadly ovate about 15 cm long by 12 cm wide, light green color with speckled silver. Sometime, their leaves are arranged in tight, cabbage-like clusters. The ants live inside this cabbage. This specie is founded in the lowland forest in the South of Thailand.