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Published In: Species Plantarum 2: 955. 1753. (1 May 1753) (Sp. Pl.) Name publication detailView in BotanicusView in Biodiversity Heritage Library
 

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Project Data     (Last Modified On 6/3/2011)
General/Distribution: About 500 species, mainly of tropical and subtropical America, New Zealand, Australia, Asia and 1 in Madagascar.

 

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Leaves simple, entire or palmately 3-7 lobed, rarely bilobed; stipules setaceous or foliaceous or absent; petiole glandular. Inflorescence of solitary axillary flowers on articulated peduncle or 2-more flowered small cyme, rarely racemose or fasciculate. Flowers pedicellate, mostly bisexual, often large and showy; hypanthium cup-shaped or campanulate, perigynous. Sepals 4-5, horned outside below the apex, fleshy or membranous. Petals 4-5, rarely absent. Corona uni or multiseriate, fleshy. Stamens 4-5, filaments flat, basally connate into a tube and adnate to gynophore, separating below ovary, subreflexed, anthers versatile. Ovary tricarpellary, syncarpous, stipitate on somewhat angular or cylindric gynophore; styles 3, free or basally somewhat united, stigmas 3, capitate. Fruit oblong to globose, pulpy berry, rarely somewhat trivalved capsule. Seeds flat, mostly ovate, with minutely pitted testa; embryo with foliaceous cotyledons.
 

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1.Flowers small, c. 1 cm across, ebracteate. Petals absent. Fruit globose
Passiflora minima
1.Flowers large, more than 4 cm across, bracteate. Petals 5. Fruit ovoid-globose or oblong-ovoid
2.Leaves oblate-orbicular, deeply 5-lobed, lobes with glandular margin; stipules reniform with serrate glandular margin
Passiflora coerulea
2.Leaves broad ovate. 3-lobed, lobes with serrate or ciliate margin; stipules linear, or tripinnatisect
3.Petiole with 2 sessile glands at the base of lamina. Leaf lobes with serrate margin; stipules linear
Passiflora incarnata
3.Petiole glandless. Leaf lobes with ciliate margin; stipules tripinnatisect with gland tipped segments
Passiflora foetida
 
 
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