Thryallis glauca (Cav.) Kuntze

Author(s): 
(Cavan.) O. Ktze.
Concept: 
E. Launert FTEA 1968
Description: 
an ornamental shrub with rather small glabrous elliptic pointed opposite leaves, bright yellow petals and red filaments, and small unwinged 3-locular fruits, is cultivated in Kenya (e.g. Nairobi Arboretum, G. R. Williams 453), Tanganyika (e.g. Amani, G. R. Williams 654) and Zanzibar (U.O.P.Z.: 270(1949)).
Family: 
Malpighiaceae
Source: 
FTEA
glauca
A
Synonym(s): 
Galphimia glauca Cavan.
Flora Taxon: 
Thryallis glauca (Cavan.) O. Ktze.
Classification: 

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