Anplectrum glaucum Jack Triana, Trans. Based on those constant differences in morphological characters between two genera, here we agree to keep Macrolenes as a separate genus from Dissochaeta. Burma 1: All species of Dissochaeta are essentially woody climbers with a scrambling growth habit.
Climbing up to 10 m in height. Maxwell and Dissochaetinae Naudin Maxwell b , Sisa, 21 Jul , L.
Ban Han : Bon s. Dissochaeta biligulata differs from D. George et al.
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Preparing your links Dissochaeta angiensis auct. These staminodes are functional in order to increase the attraction of the flowers by their colourful appendages and they might signal a large amount of available pollen Kadereit, person. Dissocaheta acmura auct. Clarke in Hook. The indumentum of the branchlets is variable, ranging from subglabrous, glabrescent or covered with sparse or dense stellate hairs with a punctate, furfuraceous, tomentose, or floccose appearance. Are you based in or near Teluk Anson? This species is known only from the type and lacks any collection notes. Wikimedia Commons. Penneys a and A.
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Wallich neotype, designated by Kartonegoro and Veldkamp , pg. Kadereit, Edinburgh J. Elmer lectotype, designated here: GH [GH, image seen]!
Inflorescences terminal many-flowered and axillary 9—15 flowers , up to 20 cm long, up to 7 cm long when axillary; main axis angular, flattened at upper side, densely covered with stellate hairs and bristles; when terminal with primary axes up to 16 cm long with 6 or 7 nodes, secondary axes 5—6 cm long with 2 or 3 nodes, tertiary axes 0. Branchlets terete, 3—6 mm in diameter, covered with densely stellate-furfuraceous hairs, rarely pubescent; nodes swollen, interpetiolar ridge slightly raised; internodes 5— Makassar: Masagena Press.