Acridocarpus alopecurus Sprague var. alopecurus

Concept: 
E. Launert FTEA 1968
Description: 
Inflorescences axillary with a short (l-2(-2.5) em. long) axis, usually becoming sausage-like and thickened after flowering; bracts broadly ovate-triangular, up to 1 mm. long, usually acute, with a pair of distinct circular clearly visible glands (black in dried material) at the very base, inserted at base of pedicel. Annual shoots mostly soon glabrescent. Fig. 1/5.
Family: 
Malpighiaceae
alopecurus
var.
Source: 
FTEA
alopecurus
A
Synonym(s): 
Acridocarpus alopecurus subsp. glaber Niedenzu: Acridocarpus alopecurus var. typicus
Flora Taxon: 
Acridocarpus alopecurus var. alopecurus
Classification: 

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