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This is a discussion on My Aerides rubescens is flowering within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Aerides leeana has an arching inflorescence, and the shape of the midlobe and sidelobes differs ...
Aerides leeana has an arching inflorescence, and the shape of the midlobe and sidelobes differs considerably. The spur is shorter and it points forward.
The Orchids of the Philippines
Times Editions, Singapore, 2001
Most spurs or hypochiles of Aerides species are sharp pointed not ballooning. Regardless of the leaves, you would see its flower resemblance of Ascocentrum.