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 infesta 4a Young branches and leaves without glandular hairs; leaf blade acute; styles branched 2. National Center for Biotechnology InformationU.
Cardiel axalypha,De la Torre et al. The Americas are home to two thirds of the species, from southeastern Canada and United States to Uruguay and northern Argentina. Typifications were made after a carefully review of the original literature on the taxa, and examination of the nomenclatural types. We also found a large number of type specimens, clarifying the identity of many names.
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Bonifaz and CornejoCardielDe la Torre et al. Acalypha mapirensis is a synonym of Acalypha stricta Poepp. Leaf blade pinnately nerved, brightly colored minute resinous droplets absent. Guayas 2 collections examined. A critical review of the Ecuadorian species of Acalypha L.
Female inflorescences loosely flowered, with the axis conspicuously visible. B[destroyed, photo ], BM, C! See comments about qcalypha synonym in Cardiel Female inflorescences terminal, subtending bracts and styles with stellate hairs. We select one of them as the lectotype. Petioles more than 1 cm long. An identification key aca,ypha provided.
Acalypha alopecuroides Jacq.
Acalypha argomuelleri has not been found in Ecuador. Doubtful taxon not found in Ecuador fide Cardiel Acalypha cuneata Poepp. Author information Article notes Copyright and License information Disclaimer. Female inflorescences more or less densely flowered, with the axis visible; bracts conspicuously accrescent.
Acalypha websteri 10b Female bracts suborbicular at maturity, with the central tooth not or slightly prominent 11 11a Leaf blade generally broadly ovate-lanceolate; accrescent bracts with glandular hairs ca. Cardiel, Qlopecuroides Ulloa and Neill Despite its great diversity, Acalypha is one of the lesser known genera of the Euphorbiaceae. AcalyphaEcuador, Euphorbiaceae, lectotypification, species identification.
The voucher cited P. Revista de la Academia Colombiana de Ciencias Exactas 25 Acalypha subcastrata was described based on a single collection, N. Acalypha poiretii has bisexual inflorescences, the calyx of female flowers with four sepals and female bracts with smaller teeth. Acalypha cuspidata 13b Leaf blade elliptic-lanceolate or oblong-lanceolate, pinnately nerved 6. Eggerswhich was distributed to several herbaria; due to the destruction of Berlin specimen, we designate as lectotype the specimen from the S herbarium.
Molecular analysis support the monophyly of Acalypha TokuokaWurdack and Davis Acalypha benensis is a synonym of Acalypha stricta Poepp.
Acalypha ruiziana is a synonym of Acalypha padifolia Kunth fide Cardiel Species of Acalypha cited for Ecuador by Pax and HoffmannWebsterand in this work; the vouchers refers to cited by Webster Missouri Botanical Garden Press.
Acalypha ostryfolia has not been found in Ecuador.
Female inflorescences extremely densely flowered, with the axis hidden; bracts alopecurojdes. The voucher cited Sodiro corresponds to Acalypha dictyoneura Pax. Generally associated with dry forests and thickets. Our work records 20 accepted species of Acalypha for continental Ecuador. Linostachys 2 Female flowers sessile; calyx with 3 sepals, the subtending bracts becoming foliaceous and accrescent in fruit except in Acalypha hispida Subgen.
In lower montane rainforests and lowland rainforests.
The Coastal region is defined as below meters elevation, from west of the Andes to the coast, while the Amazonian region is defined in the same altitudinal range to the east of the Andes. American Journal of Botany Of the 34 species recognized by Webster for this territory, nine are considered as synonyms and nine are based on misidentifications Table 1.
Upper and lower montane rainforests, mainly disturbed. Leaf blade palmately nerved, brightly colored minute resinous droplets present, mainly on lower surface. Annual herb or small suffrutex. Zuloaga O, Morrone O. Acalypha cuspidata 6a Leaves with indumentum of stellate hairs 7 6b Acalypah without indumentum of stellate hairs 8 7a Female inflorescences terminal, subtending bracts and styles with stellate hairs The synonym Acalypha eggersii Pax was described from a single collection F.
Amazonian, Andean and Coastal, 0— m. Acalypha arvensis was described based on two collections: