Sciadopityaceae Luerss.
  • Grundz. Bot. 265. 1877.


Cite taxon page as 'WFO (2021): Sciadopityaceae Luerss. Published on the Internet;http://www.worldfloraonline.org/taxon/wfo-7000000559. Accessed on: 05 Dec 2021'

General Information

Trees evergreen, monoecious; branches short, spreading. Leaves dimorphic: scalelike leaves scattered on branchlets or clustered at apex of branchlets, small; connate leaves formed by the complete fusion of two leaves, arising from the axils of scalelike leaves and spreading radially at apex of branchlets, linear, flat, leathery, with a deep furrow both adaxially and abaxially. Pollen cones clustered at apex of branches; microsporophylls numerous, spirally arranged. Seed cones ripening in 2nd year, terminal, shortly pedunculate, with numerous, spirally arranged cone scales; bracts nearly enclosed by cone scales. Seeds 5-9 per scale, ovoid, with a narrow wing. Cotyledons 2. 2n = 20.

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