Tarenna attenuata

Site
CONIF
BLD
BLE
SCL
LEG
ZONPALM
ARBFERN
D-HERB
M-HERB
AZONAL WOODY
AZONAL NON-WOODY
AQUATIC
PROBLEMATIC TAXA
CONIF
0.00
BLD
0.00
BLE
1.00
SCL
0.00
LEG
0.00
ZONPALM
0.00
ARBFERN
0.00
D-HERB
0.00
M-HERB
0.00
AZONAL WOODY
0.00
AZONAL NON-WOODY
0.00
AQUATIC
0.00
PROBLEMATIC TAXA
0.00
CONIF
0.00
BLD
0.00
BLE
1.00
SCL
0.00
LEG
0.00
ZONPALM
0.00
ARBFERN
0.00
D-HERB
0.00
M-HERB
0.00
AZONAL WOODY
0.00
AZONAL NON-WOODY
0.00
AQUATIC
0.00
PROBLEMATIC TAXA
0.00

Comments

Vasilis Teodoridis:
2. Tarenna attenuate (Voigt) Hutchinson in Sargent. Pl. Wils. 3: 411. 1916.

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Stylocoryna attenuata Voigt; Hort. Suburb. Calc. 377. 1845; Webera attenuata Hook. f.; T. Sylvestris Hutchinson.

Shrubs or trees; 1--8 m tall. Petioles 0.5--1.5 cm; leaf blade oblong-lanceolate; oblong-obovate; lanceolate or obovate; 4.5--15 x 1.5--6 cm; papery or thinly leathery; apex acuminate or abruptly short acuminate; base cuneate or acute; entire; sometimes slightly revolute; blackish brown when dry; glabrous adaxially and abaxially; or sometimes shortly hairy in axils of veins abaxially; slightly shiny adaxially; midrib usually impressed adaxially; lateral veins slender; 5--10 pairs; prominent abaxially; depressed or slightly prominent adaxially; stipules 5--8 mm long; connate at base; acuminate at upper part. Cymes terminal; corymbous; 2.5--5 x 4--6 cm; trichotomous; slightly dense branched; peduncle short; bracts and bracteoles small; subulate; ca. 1.5 mm wide. Flowers with pedicels 2--5 mm long or subsessile. Calyx tube turbinate; ca. 2 mm long; lobes very small; ca.0.5 mm long; triangular; apex slightly acute. Corolla white or pale yellow; tube 2--2.5 mm long; soft hairy at throat; apically 5-lobed; lobes oblong; ca. 5 mm long; reflexed at anthesis. Stamens 5; exserted; filaments short; ca. 1 mm long; anthers linear oblong; ca. 5 mm long. Ovules 1 per cell. Style glabrous or hairy; ca. 8 mm long; stigma exserted; ca. 6 mm long. Fruit a berry; subglobose; 5--7 mm in diameter; purplish black at maturity; crowned by persistent calyx. Seeds 2. Fl. Apr--Nov; fr. May--Jan.

Forests or thickets at stream sides; on hills or mountains; or in fields; 15--1200 m. Guangdong; Hongkong; Guangxi; Hainan; Yunnan [Indian; Vietnam; Cambodia].

The citation of literature for this species should be reconsidered; as Hutchinson only made the new combination; Tarenna attenuata (Hook.f.) Hutchinson; based on the basionym Webera attenuate Hook. f. in Sargent. Pl. Wils. 3: 411. 1916.

Vasilis Teodoridis:
2. Tarenna attenuate (Voigt) Hutchinson in Sargent. Pl. Wils. 3: 411. 1916.

????? jia gui wu kou shu

Stylocoryna attenuata Voigt; Hort. Suburb. Calc. 377. 1845; Webera attenuata Hook. f.; T. Sylvestris Hutchinson.

Shrubs or trees; 1--8 m tall. Petioles 0.5--1.5 cm; leaf blade oblong-lanceolate; oblong-obovate; lanceolate or obovate; 4.5--15 x 1.5--6 cm; papery or thinly leathery; apex acuminate or abruptly short acuminate; base cuneate or acute; entire; sometimes slightly revolute; blackish brown when dry; glabrous adaxially and abaxially; or sometimes shortly hairy in axils of veins abaxially; slightly shiny adaxially; midrib usually impressed adaxially; lateral veins slender; 5--10 pairs; prominent abaxially; depressed or slightly prominent adaxially; stipules 5--8 mm long; connate at base; acuminate at upper part. Cymes terminal; corymbous; 2.5--5 x 4--6 cm; trichotomous; slightly dense branched; peduncle short; bracts and bracteoles small; subulate; ca. 1.5 mm wide. Flowers with pedicels 2--5 mm long or subsessile. Calyx tube turbinate; ca. 2 mm long; lobes very small; ca.0.5 mm long; triangular; apex slightly acute. Corolla white or pale yellow; tube 2--2.5 mm long; soft hairy at throat; apically 5-lobed; lobes oblong; ca. 5 mm long; reflexed at anthesis. Stamens 5; exserted; filaments short; ca. 1 mm long; anthers linear oblong; ca. 5 mm long. Ovules 1 per cell. Style glabrous or hairy; ca. 8 mm long; stigma exserted; ca. 6 mm long. Fruit a berry; subglobose; 5--7 mm in diameter; purplish black at maturity; crowned by persistent calyx. Seeds 2. Fl. Apr--Nov; fr. May--Jan.

Forests or thickets at stream sides; on hills or mountains; or in fields; 15--1200 m. Guangdong; Hongkong; Guangxi; Hainan; Yunnan [Indian; Vietnam; Cambodia].

The citation of literature for this species should be reconsidered; as Hutchinson only made the new combination; Tarenna attenuata (Hook.f.) Hutchinson; based on the basionym Webera attenuate Hook. f. in Sargent. Pl. Wils. 3: 411. 1916.