The genus Aberrantia (a-bur-AN-tee-uh) is a new genus consisting of one species that used to belong to the genus Pleurothallis, subgenus Aberrnatia. This genus is distinguished by thick, reverse wedge-shaped petals that are divided into small lobes at the tips and a long, claw-shaped lip. This unispecific genus was elevated from Pleurothallis subgenus Aberrantia.
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Aberrantia aberrans (Luer) Luer