Schefflera chinensis (Dunn) H.L.Li
  • Sargentia

This taxon is accepted by Araliaceae
Notes: More details could be found in The Plant List v.1.1. Originally in The Plant List v.1.0

General Information

Trees, to 10 m tall, probably andromonoecious. Petiole (10-)15-45 cm; petiolules 1-7 cm; leaflets 5-7, oblong-elliptic or elliptic to slightly ovate or obovate, (6-)10-24 × 3-12 cm, leathery, abaxially sparsely stellate pubescent or subglabrous, adaxially glabrous and sometimes shiny, secondary veins 8-12 pairs, raised, tertiary veins conspicuous abaxially, impressed adaxially in dry material, base broadly cuneate to nearly rounded, margin entire, sometimes serrate with 3-8 teeth apically, apex rounded to obtuse to acuminate. Inflorescence a terminal panicle of heads, densely woolly stellate pubescent, glabrescent; primary axis 20-35 cm; secondary axes to 15 cm, shorter apically, with a terminal head of bisexual flowers and 1 to few lateral heads of male flowers (caducous but leaving scars); flowers sessile or subsessile, heads globose. Calyx densely stellate pubescent, glabrescent. Ovary 5-carpellate; styles 5, ca. 1 mm, united at base, free apically. Fruit globose to obovoid or obloid, ca. 5 × 4.5-6 mm, 5-ribbed when dry; styles persistent, united for 1-1.5 mm, free arms recurved; pedicels to 1.5(-2) mm. Fl. Oct-Nov, fr. Feb-Mar.

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    • C CC0 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0).
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    BGCI. 2018. GlobalTreeSearch online database. Botanic Gardens Conservation International. Richmond, U.K. Available at Accessed on 30/11/2018.
    • D Botanic Gardens Conservation International