Triaspis stipulata Oliv.

Author(s): 
Oliv.
Concept: 
Oliver. FTA 1868
Description: 
Branches terete, pilose, with closely appressed hairs, glabrescent. Leaves opposite, membranous, elliptical or ovate-elliptical, acute or acuminate, broadly rounded below, undulate-denticulate, glabrate and opaque above, more or less silky-pilose with appressed hairs beneath, 3-4 in. long, 1 1/2-2 1/2 in. broad; petioles 1/4- 1/3 in., with leafy semicircular or reniform stipular appendages, glabrescent above, silky beneath. Flowers very numerous, in large, terminal, leafy panicles. Pedicels umbellate or in umbellate corymbs, slender, 3/4-1 in.; bracteoles very minute. Calyx-lobes ovate-oblong. Lamina of petals fimbriate below. Styles elongate, compressed, with a prominent nerve or 3-gonous. Fruit not seen.
Family: 
Malpighiaceae
Source: 
FTA
stipulata
A
Flora Taxon: 
Triaspis ? stipulata Oliv.
Classification: 

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