Tapinanthus (Blume) Rchb.
  • Deut. Bot. Herb.-Buch [1]: 73. 1841. (Jul 1841)


Cite taxon page as 'WFO (2020): Tapinanthus (Blume) Rchb. Published on the Internet;http://www.worldfloraonline.org/taxon/wfo-4000037563. Accessed on: 24 Nov 2020'

Morphology

Berry oblong-ellipsoid to globose, often somewhat urceolate to the persistent calyx, smooth to papillose, usually ripening red.

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    Leaves mostly opposite, sessile to petiolate; lateral nerves spreading, usually some of the lower ones more strongly ascending

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    Flowers 2–16 in umbels, 5-merous; umbels in axils or clustered at older nodes, shortly pedunculate, perulate; bracts saucer-shaped to cupular with a small triangular limb

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    Shrubs, mostly 0.5–2 m. from a single haustorial connection; twigs slightly compressed at first, soon terete, glabrous to puberulous or velvety with small simple hairs

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    Filaments inserted near top of corolla-tube, short, linear, inflexed to inrolled; tooth distinct, 0.5–1 mm. long; anthers 4-thecous, short, (1.2–)2–3.5 mm. long, with a broad connective slightly produced at the apex

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    Style swollen opposite the filaments, constricted above; stigma small, obovoid to capitate, 0.4–1 mm. across

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    Calyx saucer-shaped to cupular or occasionally shortly tubular, almost entire, sometimes split by the expanding corolla

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    Corolla-tube much longer than the lobes, opening with a V-split, usually pink to purplish, sometimes spotted white; bud-head greenish to white, darkening at maturity, commonly angled, ribbed, winged or appendaged; basal swelling well formed; lobes attenuate to spathulate, reflexed or elsewhere sometimes erect

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    Style swollen opposite filaments, constricted above; stigma small, 0.4–1 mm across, obovoid to capitate.

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    Disk 5-lobed.

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    Stamen filaments inserted near top of corolla tube, short, linear, inflexed to inrolled; tooth distinct, 0.5–1 mm long; anthers 4-thecous, short, (1.2)2–3.5 mm long, with a broad connective slightly produced at the apex.

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    Shrubs, mostly extending 0.5–2 m from a single haustorial connection; twigs slightly compressed at first, soon terete, glabrous to puberulous or velvety with small simple hairs.

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    Berry usually ripening red, oblong-ellipsoid to globose, often somewhat urceolate to protraction just below persistent calyx, smooth to papillose.

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    Corolla tube much longer than lobes, opening with a V-split, usually pink to purplish; bud head greenish to white, darkening at maturity, commonly angled, ribbed, winged or appendaged; basal swelling well formed; lobes attenuate to spathulate, erect or generally reflexed.

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    Calyx saucer-shaped to cupular or occasionally shortly tubular, almost entire, sometimes split by expanding corolla.

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    Flowers 2–16 in umbels, 5-merous; umbels in axils or clustered at older nodes, shortly pedunculate, perulate; bracts saucer-shaped to cupular with a small triangular limb.

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    Leaves mostly opposite, sessile to petiolate; lateral nerves spreading, usually some of the lower ones more strongly ascending.

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    Included Species

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    Loranthaceae
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    World Flora Online consortium
    http://www.worldfloraonline.org/organisation/WFO
    World Flora Online Data. 2018.
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