Trimeria Harv.
  • Gen. S. Afr. Pl. 417. 1838.


Cite taxon page as 'WFO (2021): Trimeria Harv. Published on the Internet;http://www.worldfloraonline.org/taxon/wfo-4000039206. Accessed on: 23 Oct 2021'

Morphology

Shrubs or trees

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    Female flowers : stamens 0. Ovary sessile, surrounded at the base by 3–5 flattish disk-glands, 1-locular, with 3 parietal placentas borne high up on the ovary-wall, each bearing 1–3 pendent ovules

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    Capsule 3-valved, subcoriaceous, 1–2(rarely–3)-seeded

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    Seeds arillate; testa crustaceous, finely pitted.

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    Flowers dioecious, small, sessile, solitary or in glomerules along the rhachis of spike-like, simple or panicled axillary racemes

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    Sepals 3–5, slightly connate at the base, subimbricate

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    Petals 3–5, similar to the sepals, imbricate

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    Male flowers: disk-glands 3–5, opposite the sepals. Stamens 9–15, in bundles of 3 (rarely 4), alternating with the disk-glands; anthers minute. Rudiment of ovary minute

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    Leaves persistent, alternate, (3–)5–9-nerved from the base, petiolate, glandular-serrate-crenate or -sinuate-dentate; stipules conspicuous, often foliaceous, finally caducous

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    Female flowers: perianth as in the male but with smaller lobes and glands, ovary sessile, 1-locular with 3 parietal placentas borne high up on the ovary wall, each bearing near its base 1–3 ascending anatropous ovules.

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    Shrubs or trees.

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    Flowers dioecious, with the males in axillary panicles and the females in spiciform racemes.

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    Male flowers: perianth of 6–10 lobes in two rows, the inner slightly larger, disk glands opposite the outer perianth segments, stamens 9–12 in bundles of 3–4, alternating with the disk glands.

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    Leaves alternate, petiolate, 5–9-nerved from the base, margins serrate or dentate.

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    Stipules caducous, sometimes foliose.

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    Capsule 3-valved, 1–3-seeded.

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    Arbustes'ou arbres inermes, dioïques.'Feuilles'stipulées, alternes, serretées-glanduleuses à crénelées-glanduleuses, palminerves à la base. Epis axillaires, simples ou parfois ramifiés, à fleurs isolées ou plus généralement disposées en glomérules le long du rachis.'Fleurs'unisexuées, petites, sessiles, sous-tendues par 3 petites bractées ; sépales 3-5, à peine imbriqués ; pétales 3-5, semblables aux sépales, imbriqués.'Fleurs'♂ à disque composé de 3-5 glandes alternipétales ; étamines 9-15, oppositipétales, en 2 verticilles, solitaires autour du rudiment d'ovaire dans le verticille interne et groupées par 2 dans le verticille externe ; filets épais, filiformes ; anthères subglobuleuses, très petites, extrorses, déhiscentes par fentes longitudinales.'Fleurs'♀ dépourvues d'étamines ; disque à 3-5 glandes squamiformes, disposées autour de l'ovaire ; ovaire uniloculaire, à 3 placentas 1-2-ovulés ; styles (2)3, courts, divergents, ± persistants.'Capsules'subtrigones, subcoriaces, déhiscentes en 3 valves dans la moitié supérieure.'Graines 1-2(3), arillées.\n\t\t\t\tGenre d'Afrique tropicale et subtropicale, comprenant 2 espèces, l'une d'entre elles représentée par 2 sous-espèces. Pour la Flore : 1 espèce.

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