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Published In: Nova Genera Plantarum 1: 19. 1781[1781]. (24 Nov 1781) (Nov. Gen. Pl.) Name publication detailView in Biodiversity Heritage Library

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General/Distribution: A genus of about 53 species, occurring in the Himalayas, N. China, Japan, the Philippines, N. America and Mexico. Represented in W. Pakistan by 2 species.


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Shrubs. Branches opposite with stellate hairs. Leaves opposite, ovate or lanceolate, serrate. Flowers axillary, solitary or corymbose, usually white, sometimes pinkish. Sepals 5. Petals 5. Stamens 10, 5 long and 5 short, obdiplos¬temonous, filaments flattened and extended into lateral teeth on either side of the anthers. Ovary inferior, 4-3-locular; styles 4-3, free, elongated and filiform, stigmas terminal or decurrent. Seeds very light, testa winged.

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1 Leaves crenate-dentate, mucronate. Each stellate hair on leaves and sepals with out an upright ray in the center Sepals ovate. Filaments 4 mm to 7 mm long ; teeth wedge Shaped. Styles exserted. Deutzia scabra
+ Leaves minutely serrate, acuminate. Each stellate hair On leaves and sepals with an upright ray in the center. Sepals lanceolate to oblong. Filaments 0.5 mm to 2.5 mm long; teeth horn-like styles included. Deutzia staminea
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