Corrigiola 


Cite taxon page as 'WFO (2020): Corrigiola . Published on the Internet;http://www.worldfloraonline.org/taxon/wfo-4000009368. Accessed on: 30 May 2020'

Morphology

Sepals persistent, green with white margins

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    Petals shorter than or slightly exceeding the sepals in length

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    Leaves spirally arranged, linear to narrowly elliptic or obovate, stipulate

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    Flowers small, in axillary and terminal clusters, often aggregated at the ends of the stem branches, hermaphrodite, pentamerous, with slightly perigynous receptacles

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    Annual, biennial, or perennial herbs with decumbent stems

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    Fruits indehiscent, one-seeded, and enclosed in the persistent calyx.

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    Stamens 5

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    Ovary unilocular, with a solitary basal ovule on a long funicle; three subsessile stigmata

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    Fruit a crustaceous, indehiscent capsule, 1-seeded, enclosed in the persistent perianth.

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    Stigmas (2) 3, subsessile.

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    Flowers, small in axillary and terminal clusters or in lax axillary cymes, sometimes aggregated at the ends of the stem-branches, bisexual, 5-merous, with slightly perygnous receptacles.

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    Leaves spirally arranged but appearing alternate or occasionally subopposite, sessile or shortly petiolate, linear to ovate, stipulate.

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    Annual, biennial or perennial herbs often with straggling or decumbent stems.

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    Ovary 1-locular with a solitary basal ovule on a long funicle.

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    Stamens 5.

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    Petals 5, membranous.

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    Sepals 5, persistent, green, with white membranous margins.

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    Literature

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    Coker, P. D. 1962. Corrigiola litoralis L. J. Ecol. 50: 833-840. Gilbert, M. G. 1987. The taxonomic position of the genera Telephium and Corrigiola. Taxon 36: 47-49. Vogel, A. 1997. Die Verbreitung, Vergesellschaftung und Populationsökologie von Corrigiola litoralis, Illecebrum verticillatum und Herniaria glabra (Illecebraceae). Berlin.

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