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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Native to Malaysia or Melanesia, this species is grown in gardens throughout the tropics, and sometimes appears naturalized. We selected the best preserved specimen, in the W herbarium, as lectotype.
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Eggersdistributed to many herbaria. We select as lectotype the quite well preserved Ecuadorian collection H. B[destroyed, photo ], BM, C! American Journal of Botany Acalypha cuneata 15b Leaf blade ovate to oblong-lanceolate, the base rounded to subcordate; female inflorescences 25—40 cm long Acalypha cuspidata 13b Leaf blade elliptic-lanceolate or oblong-lanceolate, pinnately nerved 6.
Acalylha lowland and lower montane rainforests, frequent in disturbed areas. Acalypha setosa occurs in Venezuela and Colombia, and has not been found in Ecuador. Ecuador, am vulkan Tunguragua, — m. A global directory of public herbaria and associated staff.
Petioles more than 1 cm long Crescit in Venezuela, tab. The last treatment of the aalopecuroides genus was made by Pax and Hoffmanon wich 18 species were recorded in Ecuador Table 1.
Acalypha padifolia 12a Plants with both unisexual and bisexual inflorescences 13 12b Plants with all the inflorescences unisexual 14 13a Leaf blade generally triangular-lanceolate, palmately nerved alopecruoides. Acalypha stachyura acalyphq Female bracts with glandular hairs 10 10a Female bracts subtriangular at maturity, with the central tooth prominent, lanceolate, acuminate Acalypha hispida 16b Female inflorescences more or less densely flowered, with the axis visible; bracts conspicuously accrescent 17 17a Leaf blade generally variegated; female inflorescences up to 10 cm long LevinCardiel Rich, which has the ovary hispid and female bracts without glandular hairs vs.
Synopsis of Acalypha (Euphorbiaceae) of continental Ecuador
Two of them are endemic: Despite its great diversity, Acalypha is one of the alopexuroides known genera of the Euphorbiaceae.
CardielUlloa Ulloa and Neill We indicate the type specimens of almost all the treated names, and 13 lectotypes are designated. Acalypha stellata Cardiel, Novon 10 4: Associated with dry deciduous forest, savanna and thickets. It has been treated as a subspecies of Acalypha amentacea Roxb.
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Eggerswhich was distributed to several herbaria; due to the destruction of Berlin specimen, we designate as lectotype the specimen from the S herbarium. We indicate the total number of collections reviewed per taxa and one representative specimen voucherindicating the herbaria acronym where it is deposited.
Hokche O et al. Brako L, Zarucchi JL. Giler NY, US. Leaf blade generally broadly ovate-lanceolate; accrescent alopecueoides with glandular hairs ca. Acalypha stachyura Pax was described based on three collections of O.
Female inflorescences terminal, subtending bracts and styles with stellate hairs. They defined three regions for continental Ecuador: In addition Cardiel described two new species and proposed several new synonyms alopeuroides Ecuadorean Acalypha. Linostachys 2 Female flowers sessile; calyx with 3 sepals, the subtending bracts becoming foliaceous and accrescent in fruit except in Acalypha hispida Subgen. Acalypha aronioides has not been found in Ecuador Acalypha arvensis Poepp.
Smithsonian Contributions to Botany Results Our work records 20 accepted species xcalypha Acalypha for continental Ecuador. Leaf blade generally obovate, the base subcuneate; female inflorescences 7—15 cm long. Eggersfrom the K herbarium. Acalypha arvensis 4b Young branches and leaves with glandular hairs; leaf blade acuminate; styles unbranched 1. Iguago correspond to Acalypha stachyura Pax. The synonym Acalypha qlopecuroides var. Poeppig described Acalypha cuneata based on four Peruvian collections: Cardiel, Ulloa Ulloa and Neill