Glochidion sphaerogynum

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BLE
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SCL
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LEG
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ZONPALM
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ARBFERN
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D-HERB
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M-HERB
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AZONAL WOODY
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AZONAL NON-WOODY
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AQUATIC
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PROBLEMATIC TAXA
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Comments

Vasilis Teodoridis:
Euphorbiaceae | Glochidion

19. Glochidion sphaerogynum (Müller Argoviensis) Kurz; Prelim. Rep. Forest Pegu. App. A; cv; App. B; 77. 1875.

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Phyllanthus sphaerogynus Müller Argoviensis; Flora 48: 375. 1865; Glochidion fagifolium (Müller Argoviensis) Miquel ex Beddome; P. fagifolius Müller Argoviensis.

Trees to 15 m tall; monoecious; bark gray-white; branchlets angular; glabrous. Stipules subtriangular; 2-3 mm; petiole 5-8 mm; leaf blade ovate-lanceolate; lanceolate; or oblong-lanceolate; often slightly falcate; 7-10 x 1.5-3.5 cm; papery or thinly leathery; abaxially greenish; gray-brown when dry; glabrous or glabrescent on both surfaces; adaxially green; base acute; usually inequilateral; lateral veins 6-8 pairs. Flowers monoecious; in axillary clusters; male in proximal axils; female in distal axils; male and female mixed in central axils. Male flowers: pedicels 6-8 mm; sepals 5 or 6; obovate or elliptic; ca. 2 mm; yellowish; stamens 3; connate; connectives acute. Female flowers: pedicels 2-3 mm; sepals 6; ovate or ovate-triangular; outer larger than inner; ca. 1 mm; ovary ovoid; 4-6-locular; glabrous; ca. 1 mm in diam.; style column depressed globose; ca. 2 mm wide. Capsules depressed globose; ca. 4 x 8-10 mm; apex concave and with a persistent depressed globose style column; 8-12-grooved. Fl. Dec-Apr; fr. Apr-Oct.

Mixed forests; 100-1600 m. Guangdong; Guangxi; Hainan; Yunnan [Bhutan; India; Myanmar; N Thailand; Vietnam].

The branches and leaves are used as medicine for influenza; eczema; etc.

Vasilis Teodoridis:
Euphorbiaceae | Glochidion

19. Glochidion sphaerogynum (Müller Argoviensis) Kurz; Prelim. Rep. Forest Pegu. App. A; cv; App. B; 77. 1875.

????? yuan guo suan pan zi

Phyllanthus sphaerogynus Müller Argoviensis; Flora 48: 375. 1865; Glochidion fagifolium (Müller Argoviensis) Miquel ex Beddome; P. fagifolius Müller Argoviensis.

Trees to 15 m tall; monoecious; bark gray-white; branchlets angular; glabrous. Stipules subtriangular; 2-3 mm; petiole 5-8 mm; leaf blade ovate-lanceolate; lanceolate; or oblong-lanceolate; often slightly falcate; 7-10 x 1.5-3.5 cm; papery or thinly leathery; abaxially greenish; gray-brown when dry; glabrous or glabrescent on both surfaces; adaxially green; base acute; usually inequilateral; lateral veins 6-8 pairs. Flowers monoecious; in axillary clusters; male in proximal axils; female in distal axils; male and female mixed in central axils. Male flowers: pedicels 6-8 mm; sepals 5 or 6; obovate or elliptic; ca. 2 mm; yellowish; stamens 3; connate; connectives acute. Female flowers: pedicels 2-3 mm; sepals 6; ovate or ovate-triangular; outer larger than inner; ca. 1 mm; ovary ovoid; 4-6-locular; glabrous; ca. 1 mm in diam.; style column depressed globose; ca. 2 mm wide. Capsules depressed globose; ca. 4 x 8-10 mm; apex concave and with a persistent depressed globose style column; 8-12-grooved. Fl. Dec-Apr; fr. Apr-Oct.

Mixed forests; 100-1600 m. Guangdong; Guangxi; Hainan; Yunnan [Bhutan; India; Myanmar; N Thailand; Vietnam].

The branches and leaves are used as medicine for influenza; eczema; etc.