Pseudolachnostylis Pax
  • Bot. Jahrb. Syst. 28: 19. 1899.


Cite taxon page as 'WFO (2021): Pseudolachnostylis Pax. Published on the Internet;http://www.worldfloraonline.org/taxon/wfo-4000031547. Accessed on: 26 Oct 2021'

Morphology

Seeds solitary in each locule by abortion, ellipsoid-ovoid, ecarunculate; albumen fleshy; cotyledons broad and flat.

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    Fruit globose, tardily septicidally dehiscent, subdrupaceous; exocarp smooth, shiny, becoming wrinkled on drying; mesocarp spongy; endocarp thick, bony or woody, 3-locular

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    Female flowers: sepals ± as in the ♂ flowers; disc cupular; ovary 3-locular, with 2 ovules per locule; styles 3, connate at the base, bifid

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    Male flowers: buds ovoid; sepals 5(–6), imbricate; petals 0; disc extrastaminal, annular, ± lobed, the lobes alternating with the sepals; stamens (4–)5–7, filaments connate, anthers introrse, thecae parallel, longitudinally dehiscent; pistillode columnar, often trifid

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    Flowers in axillary densely few-flowered pedunculate or subsessile bracteate dichasia, or else solitary, arising with or below/after the leaves

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    Leaves alternate, petiolate, stipulate, simple, entire, somewhat coriaceous, penninerved

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    Buds perulate

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    Dioecious or rarely monoecious trees or shrubs with a simple indumentum

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    Leaves alternate, petiolate, stipulate; blades simple, entire, penninerved.

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    Flowers in axillary pedunculate or subsessile bracteate dense few-(up to 12-)flowered cymes, or females solitary, arising among or below the leaves.

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    Dioecious or rarely monoecious trees or shrubs.

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    Indumentum simple.

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    Male flowers: buds ovoid; sepals 5(6), imbricate; petals absent; disk extrastaminal, annular, shallowly lobed, the lobes alternating with the sepals; stamens (4)5–7, united for half to two-thirds of their length into a column, anthers basifixed, introrse, thecae parallel, longitudinally dehiscent; pistillode (non-functional ovary) usually trifid.

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    Female flowers: pedicels bibracteolate; buds and sepals as in the male; disk cupular; ovary 3-locular, with 2 ovules per loculus; styles 3, connate at the base, bifid, the stigmas coiled backwards.

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    Fruit globose, subdrupaceous, tardily septicidally dehiscent after the fleshy layer has been eaten by frugivores, and when the sun has dried out the endocarp; exocarp smooth, becoming wrinkled and shiny on drying; mesocarp spongy; endocarp thickly bony or woody, trilocular.

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    Seeds solitary per loculus by abortion, ecarunculate; albumen fleshy; cotyledons broad, flat.

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