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Project Name Data (Last Modified On 10/17/2013)
 

Flora Data (Last Modified On 10/17/2013)
Species Havetiopsis P1. & Tr.
PlaceOfPublication Ann. Sci. Nat. Bot. Ser. 4. 14: 246. 1860.
Note LECTOTYPE: H. martii P1. & Tr.
Description Dioecious, epiphytic or free standing shrubs and trees. Leaves obovate, co- riaceous, short petiolate. Inflorescences short, mostly branching cymes, each divarication subtended by a pair of minute cucullate bracts. Flowers small, sepals 4, decussate; petals 4, decussate, thick, rotund; stamens 4, opposite the petals, the filaments basally thickened, narrowed under the anther, connate or free, the anthers ovate, 2-loculed, in pistillate flowers the anthers reduced or obsolete; styles 4, short. Fruit a capsule dehiscing into 4 valves; seeds few or many, arillate.
Habit shrubs and trees
Note This genus includes 3-4 species of Panama and tropical South America, which occur in lowlands or at middle elevations. It is not clear from the material at hand or from the literature that this genus is distinct from Havetia H.B.K. Vesque (1893) argued that the separation of the two genera by Planchon and Triana was based on a misinterpretation of the material and united the two. Engler (1925) however, maintained the two genera as distinct, but the distinctions he saw may not be valid. Should the two genera be united, then the species included here, Havetiopsis flexilis, would be known as Havetia flexilis (P1. & Tr.) Vesque.
Distribution Panama and tropical South America
 
 
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