4219.000 Sphedamnocarpus Planch. ex Benth.

Description of the genus

Subshrubs, shrubs or climbers. Stipules present or 0. Leaves opposite or whorled, bearing 2-4 glands on the margin of the lamina near the base of the lamina or apex of the petiole. Inflorescences umbellate or axillary panicles. Flowers actinomorphic or ± so, bisexual. Sepals 5. Petals 5, usually yellow, shortly unguiculate, not auriculate. Stamens 10; anthers ovate. Styles exceeding the stamens. Ovary 3-4-locular, densely hairy. Fruit a samara bearing a single entire oblique wing.

Worldwide: 18 species in tropical and South Africa and Madagascar

Zambia: 1 taxon.

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SpeciesFZ divisionsProvincesContent
angolensis (A. Juss.) Planch. ex Oliv.B,N,SN,S,WDescription, Image

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Flora of Botswana: Sphedamnocarpus
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Flora of Malawi: Sphedamnocarpus
Flora of Mozambique: Sphedamnocarpus
Flora of Zimbabwe: Sphedamnocarpus

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African Plants: A Photo Guide (Senckenberg): Sphedamnocarpus
BHL (Biodiversity Heritage Library): Sphedamnocarpus
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IPNI (International Plant Names Index): Sphedamnocarpus
JSTOR Plant Science: Sphedamnocarpus
Mansfeld World Database of Agricultural and Horticultural Crops: Sphedamnocarpus
Plants of the World Online: Sphedamnocarpus
Tropicos: Sphedamnocarpus
Wikipedia: Sphedamnocarpus

Copyright: Mike Bingham, Annette Willemen, Bart Wursten, Petra Ballings and Mark Hyde, 2011-23

Bingham, M.G., Willemen, A., Wursten, B.T., Ballings, P. and Hyde, M.A. (2023). Flora of Zambia: Genus page: Sphedamnocarpus.
https://www.zambiaflora.com/speciesdata/genus.php?genus_id=822, retrieved 1 October 2023

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