Aerangis luteoalba is an species in the genus Aerangis.
Plant blooms from winter to spring with many 2.5 to 3.1 cm wide flowers. Flowers are fragrant.
Plants are found growing on small twigs and trees in the riverine forest of Central African Republic, Cameroon, Congo, Zaire, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda at elevations of 1250 to 2200 meters
Plants are best grown hanged in baskets and on mounted and usually require moderate lighting and warm temperatures. If grown mounted or in a hanging basket, the roots must be watered frequently in the summer and reduce watering in the winter. Plants should be grown in media that is well drained such as tree fern fibers (for small plants),several pieces of coarse fir bark, or sphagnum moss. Plant prefers a humid environment.
Common Names: The Beige Aerangis
- Aerangis albido-rubra [DeWild]Schlecter 1918
- Aerangis rhodistica [Krzl]Schlechter 1918
- Angorchis rhodosticta (Kraenzl.) Kuntze 1903
- Angraecum albidorubrum De Wild. 1916
- Angraecum luteo-album Kraenzl. 1895
- Angraecum mirabilis Hort. ?
- *Angraecum rhodisticum Kraenzel 1899
- Rhaphidorhynchus luteo-albus (Kraenzl.) Finet 1907