Acalypha L. Species. Acalypha alopecuroides Jacq. = Acalypha alopecuroidea var. glandulifera Klotzsch. = Acalypha alopecuroides f. polycephala . Acalypha alopecuroides is a species of plants with 0 observations. You are here: Home / Plant Details. Acalypha alopecuroides Jacq. Family: Euphorbiaceae. Synonyms: PHYSICAL ATTRIBUTES. Growth Habit(s): herb.
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Acalypha setosa occurs in Venezuela and Colombia, and has not been found in Ecuador. Female inflorescences loosely flowered, with the axis conspicuously visible.
Results Our work records 20 accepted species of Acalypha for continental Ecuador. Cardiel, De la Torre et al. They thrive in a wide variety of habitats, from tropical rainforests to subdesertic areas, and from sea level up to meters of altitude. Eggers alppecuroides due to destruction of the Berlin specimen, we select as lectotype the duplicate found in the K herbarium. The specimen deposited in the B herbarium was destroyed.
We also found a large number of type specimens, clarifying the identity of many names. We indicate the aclaypha specimens of almost all the treated names, and 13 lectotypes are designated.
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Acalypha subcastrata 5b Female inflorescences axillary, bracts with triangular lobes cut ca. Acalypha Taxonomic Information System. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License 3.
We indicate the total number of collections reviewed per taxa and one representative specimen voucherindicating the herbaria acronym where it is deposited. Acalypha belongs to aopecuroides Acalyphoideaethe most diverse and complex in the Euphorbiaceae Hayden and Hayden We studied Ecuadorian collections of Acalypha from the following herbaria: Zuloaga O, Morrone O. The voucher cited C.
Acalypha alopecuroides – Wikispecies
Acalypha aalopecuroides 15b Leaf alopecuroidse ovate to oblong-lanceolate, the base rounded to subcordate; female inflorescences 25—40 cm long Acalypha stellata Cardiel, Novon 10 4: Guayas 2 collections examined. Flora of the Venezuelan Guayana. Gaining ground on one of the most recalcitrant clades in the angiosperm tree of life. Acalypha stenoloba has not been found in Ecuador.
Key to species Subgenus Linostachys 1a Leaf blade palmately nerved, brightly colored minute resinous droplets present, mainly on lower surface Acalypha stellata Cardiel fide Cardiel Ecuador, am vulkan Tunguragua, — m. B[destroyed, photo ], BM, C!
Acalypha alopecuroides Jacq.
Key to the species of Acalypha of continental Ecuador Key to the subgenera 1 Female flowers pedicellate; calyx with 4 or 5 sepals, the subtending bracts inconspicuous, not becoming foliaceous in fruit Subgen.
Acalypha hispida and Acalypha wilkesiana. Where no holotype was zlopecuroides, or it has been lost or destroyed, a lectotype is designated according International Code of Botanical Nomenclature rules and recommendations McNeill et al.
Acalypha setosa has not been found in Ecuador Acalypha stachyura Pax. Eds Catalogue of the Vascular Plants of Ecuador. Acalypha subcastrata was described based on a single collection, N. The synonym Acalypha eggersii Pax was described from a single collection F.
In Ecuador Peruviae, L. Finally we indicate post- Webster bibliographic sources which offer updated information about the species. Annual herb or suffrutex. International Association of Wood Anatomists Journal Chimborazo 3 collections examined. The synonym Acalypha villosa var.
alopecuriodes We reviewed all the collections cited by Webster and Ulloa Ulloa and Neillsolving the doubts raised by some names. Acalypha acalypga 14a Leaf blade pinnately nerved 15 14b Leaf blade palmately nerved 16 15a Leaf blade generally obovate, the base subcuneate; female inflorescences 7—15 cm long 3. Lowland rainforests, often along river banks.
The structure of the checklist follows, in general terms, those of Brako and Zarucchi and Webster Leaf blade generally obovate, the base subcuneate; female inflorescences 7—15 cm long.
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