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Project Name Data (Last Modified On 4/9/2013)
 

Flora Data (Last Modified On 4/9/2013)
Species Allomarkgrafia plumeriaeflora Woodson
PlaceOfPublication Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 20: 627. 1933.-FIG. 17.
Description Lianas, glabrous, the stems terete or sometimes angular, the mature stems lenticular. Leaves oblong-elliptic, shortly acuminate to acute, sometimes mucro- nate, obtuse or slightly rounded basally, to 12 cm long and 5 cm wide, glabrous, coriaceous; petioles to ca. 1.2 cm long, stipules obsolete (?). Inflorescences racemose, the primary peduncle dichotomous or trichotomous, axillary and alter- nate, many-flowered. Flowers with the pedicels to 9 mm long; bracteoles 1, deltoid and somewhat keeled, ca. 2 mm long, regularly placed at the base of the pedi- cels, persistent, conspicuously so after the corolla and calyx are lost; calyx-lobes sub-equal, ovate and rounded, ca. 1.8-2.2 mm long, each bearing 2 groups of squamellae, alternately placed; corolla subinfundibuliform, pale yellow to white, the tube proper ca. 9-11 mm long, inflated near the base, the throat ca. 7 mm long, the lobes dolabriform, ca. 12-14 mm long; stamens ? included, the fila- ments short and pubescent, the anthers ca. 4 mm long; nectaries 5, slightly con- crescent basally and somewhat lobed apically, at least as high as the ovary, the stigma umbraculiform below and ribbed and biapiculate above. Follicles unknown.
Habit Lianas
Distribution Costa Rica, Panama, and Colombia.
Specimen PANAMA: Cerro Campana, Duke 8653, Lewis et al. 3162 (both MO).
Note Because of the poor or immature condition of the Panamanian collections, the description was completed from Costa Rican material (Skutch 2323, US), de- termined by Woodson.
 
 
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