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Amyema villiflora subsp. tomentilla

Family

Loranthaceae

Botanical Name

Amyema villiflora subsp. tomentilla (Blakely) Barlow

Barlow, B.A. (1966) Australian Journal Botany 14: 486. Type: ?.

Synonyms

Loranthus betchei var. tomentillus Blakely, Proc. Linn. Soc. New South Wales 47: 393(1922), Type: Queensland, Sweers Island, Gulf of Carpentaria, June 1901, F. M. Bailey s. n.; Holo: NSW.

Stem

Epicortical runners absent.

Leaves

Leaf blades about 2-10 x 1-4.3 cm, petioles about 0.5-1 cm long. Leaf blades 3-5-veined but venation not always obvious.

Flowers

Flowers borne in triads, the central flower sessile, the lateral flowers pedicellate. Triads in 2-rayed umbels. Rays of umbels about 1-3 mm long. Primary peduncle about 5-14 mm long. Calyx and corolla clothed in cream to reddish brown hairs. Calyx about 1 mm long, without lobes or irregularly lobed. Corolla about 17-30 mm long. Anthers about 1-2 mm long, staminal filaments about 5-9 mm long. Ovary about 2 mm long without any obvious locules or ovules. Style about 20-23 mm long. Stigma small, globular, terminal.

Seedlings

Features not available.

Distribution and Ecology

Endemic to Australia. Occurs in WA, NT, CYP and NEQ. Altitudinal range from near sea level to 1100 m. Parasitic on a variety of rain forest and monsoon forest plants.

WA

X

NT

X

CYP

X

NEQ

X

Epiphyte

X

RFK Code

6012