Genlisea A. St.-Hil.
  • Voy. Distr. Diam. 2: 428. 1833.


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General Information

GENLISEA A. St.-Hil.

Genlisea filiformis A. St.-Hil., Voy. Distr. Diam. 2: 430. 1833; G. luteoviridis C. Wright.

Perennes, terrestres, con trampas subterráneas en forma de Y invertida. Hojas arrosetadas, obovadas, 5–15 mm de largo y 1–2 mm de ancho, largamente pecioladas. Racimos 4–20 cm de largo, estipitado-glandulares; flores amarillas; lobos del cáliz 5, 1–1.5 mm de largo; labio superior de la corola ovado, labio inferior 3-lobado, espolón cilíndrico, obtuso. Cápsula globosa, 1.5–3 mm de diámetro, circuncísil.

Conocida en Nicaragua por una sola colección (Stevens 10587) de sabanas arenosas, cerca de Puerto Cabezas, norte de Zelaya; 10 m; fl y fr oct; Belice hasta Brasil y Bolivia, también en Cuba. El nombre inválido Utricularia pinetorum Standl. ex Dwyer & Spellman ha sido usado para esta especie. Un género con ca 20 especies distribuidas en Sudamérica, Africa y Madagascar.

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    Morphology

    Stamens 2, inserted at the base of the corolla; filaments falcate; anthers dorsifixed, ellipsoid, the thecae more or less confluent.

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    Capsule globose, valvate or uniquely multiple-circumscissile, the lower most line of dehiscence approximately equatorial and with two others between it and the persistent style.

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    Ovary globose, glandular, hispid or glabrous, style short, indistinct; stigma bilabiate; inferior lip about as broad as the ovary, semi-circular; superior lip more or less obsolete; ovules numerous, sessile on a fleshy free basal placenta, anatropous.

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    Bracts basifixed; bracteoles 2, inserted with the bract at the base of the pedicel.

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    Calyx lobes 5, subequal, slightly accrescent, densely glandular to hispid or glabrous.

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    Calyx lobes 5, subequal, slightly accrescent, densely glandular to hispid or glabrous.

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    Corolla bilabiate, glandular, hispid or glabrous, blue, violet, mauve, yellow or white; superior lip more or less erect, entire or bilobed; inferior lip larger, spurred at the base; palate raised and more or less gibbous, limb spreading or deflexed, more or less deeply 3-lobed; spur acute or obtuse, shorter than to longer than the inferior lip.

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    Rootless perennial or annual herbs of wet places.

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    Stem short, subterranean, erect or decumbent.

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    Seeds exalbuminous, numerous, ovoid, reticulate, with a prominent hilum at one end.

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    Leaves dimorphic, persistent at anthesis; foliage leaves petioled, entire, linear-lanceolate to spathulate or circular, glabrous or rarely hairy, densely or laxly rosulate from the upper part of the stem; pitcher leaves (traps) more or less densely congested on the lower part of the stem and decending into the substrate and consisting of a stalk and a slender tube, cylindrical from an ellipsoid base and terminating in two ribbon-like helically twisted arms and tube provided internally with transverse rows of stiff inwardly directed hairs.

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    Inflorescence terminal and arising from the leaf-rosette, racemose, bracteate; peduncle simple or branched above, erect, usually glandular or hispid, rarely completely glabrous, provided with more or less numerous sterile bracts (scales); raceme congested to more or less elongated, few-many-flowered; pedicels usually considerably longer than the bracts, erect at anthesis, erect, spreading or strongly decurved in fruit, glandular, hispid or glabrous.

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    Inflorescence terminal and arising from the leaf-rosette, racemose, bracteate; scape simple or branched above, erect, usually glandular or hispid, rarely completely glabrous, provided with ± numerous sterile bracts (scales); raceme congested to ± elongated, few– many-flowered; pedicels usually considerably longer than the bracts, erect at anthesis, erect, spreading or strongly recurved in fruit, glandular, hispid or ± glabrous

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    Stem short, subterranean, erect or decumbent

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    Leaves dimorphic, persistent at anthesis; foliage leaves petioled, entire, linear-lanceolate to spathulate or orbicular, glabrous or rarely hairy, densely or laxly rosulate from the upper part of the stem; pitcher leaves (traps) ± densely congested on the lower part of the stem and descending into the substrate and consisting of a stalk and a slender tube, cylindrical from an ellipsoid base and terminating in 2 ribbon-like helically twisted arms, the arms and tube provided internally with transverse rows of stiff inwardly directed hairs

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    Ovary globose, glandular, hispid or glabrous; style short, indistinct; stigma bilabiate; lower lip about as broad as the ovary, semiorbicular; upper lip ± obsolete; ovules numerous, sessile on a fleshy free basal placenta, anatropous

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    Capsule globose, uniquely multiple-circumscissile, the lowermost line of dehiscence approximately equatorial and with 2 others between it and the persistent style

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    Seeds exalbuminous, numerous, ovoid, reticulate, with a prominent hilum at one end.

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    Bracts basifixed; bracteoles 2, inserted with the bract at the base of the pedicel

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    Rootless perennial or annual herbs of wet places

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    Calyx-lobes 5, subequal, slightly accrescent, densely glandular to hispid or glabrous

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    Corolla bilabiate, glandular, hispid or glabrous, blue, violet, mauve, yellow or white; upper lip ± erect, entire or 2-lobed; lower lip larger, spurred at the base; palate raised and ± gibbous, limb spreading or deflexed, ± deeply 3-lobed; spur acute or obtuse, shorter than to longer than the lower lip

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    Stamens 2, inserted at the base of the corolla; filaments falcate; anthers dorsifixed, ellipsoid, the thecae ± confluent

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    Herbes'annuelles à vivaces, vivant dans les endroits humides et dépourvues de racines; tige courte, souterraine, dressée ou décombante.'Feuilles'dimorphes, présentes à l'anthèse; feuilles normales disposées en rosette dense à lâche depuis le sommet de la tige, pétiolées, entières, linéaires-lancéolées à spatulées ou orbiculaires, glabres ou rarement poilues; organes de capture constitués de feuilles-entonnoirs ± densément rapprochées sur la partie inférieure de la tige et s'enfonçant dans le substrat, pétiolées, à limbe tubulaire, ellipsoïdal à la base et terminé par 2 bras rubannés tordus en hélice, les bras et le tube munis sur leur face interne de rangs transversaux de poils raides dirigés vers l'intérieur.'Inflorescence'terminale, naissant de la rosette foliaire, racémeuse, munie de bractées; pédoncule simple ou ramifié dans le haut, normalement glanduleux ou hispide, rarement complètement glabre, muni de bractées stériles (écailles) ± nombreuses; racème condensé à ± allongé, pauci- à multiflore; bractées basifixes; bractéoles 2, insérées avec la bractée à la base du pédicelle.'Fleurs'à pédicelle habituellement beaucoup plus long que les bractées, dressé à l'anthèse, dressé, étalé ou fortement recourbé à maturité, glanduleux, hispide ou ± glabre; calice à 5 lobes subégaux, légèrement accrescents, densément glanduleux à hispides ou glabres; corolle bilabiée, glanduleuse, hispide ou glabre, bleue, violette, mauve, jaune ou blanche; lèvre supérieure ± dressée, entière ou 2-lobée; lèvre inférieure plus grande, éperonnée à la base; palais saillant et ± bossu, à limbe étalé ou défléchi, ± profondément 3-lobé; éperon aigu ou obtus, plus court à plus long que la lèvre inférieure; étamines 2, insérées à la base de la corolle; filets linéaires, courbes; anthères dorsifixes, ellipsoïdales, à thèques ± confluentes; ovaire globuleux, glanduleux, hispide ou glabre; style court et indistinct, persistant; stigmate bilabié, à lèvre inférieure semi-orbiculaire, environ aussi large que l'ovaire, à lèvre supérieure largement triangulaire et beaucoup plus petite ou indistincte; ovules nombreux, anatropes, sessiles sur un placenta libre, basilaire et charnu.'Capsules'globuleuses, circumscissiles, à 3 cercles de déhiscence superposés, l'inférieur situé à peu près dans le plan équatorial de la capsule.'Graines nombreuses, ovoïdes, exalbuminées, réticulées, à hile saillant à l'une des extrémités.\n\t\t\t\tGenre comprenant environ 15 espèces : 9 en Amérique tropicale et 6 en Afrique tropicale dont 1 présente aussi à Madagascar. Pour la Flore : 3 espèces et 1 sous-espèce.

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