Talipariti tiliaceum var. pernambucense

(Arruda) Fryxell
Contr. Univ. Michigan Herb. 23: 262. 2001.
IllustratedIntroduced
Basionyms: Hibiscus pernambucensis Arruda Diss. Pl. Brazil, 44. 1810 (as pernambucencis)
Synonyms: H. tiliaceus subsp. pernambucensis (Arruda) A. Castellanos H. tiliaceus var. pernambucensis (Arruda) I. M. Johnston Paritium pernambucense
Treatment appears in FNA Volume 6. Treatment on page 371. Mentioned on page 370.

Leaves: stipules leaving prominent, markedly curved annular scars, epidermis obscured by pubescence. Inflorescences: involucel to 1/2 length of calyx, 8–12-dentate, teeth lanceolate, 10(–20) mm, epidermis obscured by pubescence. Pedicels (above articulation) 0.5–3 cm. Flowers: calyx lobes 12–15 × 6–8 mm; corolla yellow without red center, 4–6(–8) cm; staminal column 2.5–3 cm; filaments 1–3 mm.


Phenology: Flowering year-round.
Habitat: Littoral vegetation and stream banks, 0 m

Distribution

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Introduced; Fla., Mexico, West Indies, Central America, South America.

Discussion

Variety pernambucense is a New World native, but apparently is only introduced in the flora area, to Lee, Miami-Dade, and Monroe counties in southern Florida.

Selected References

None.

Lower Taxa

None.

Paul A. Fryxell† +  and Steven R. Hill +
(Arruda) Fryxell +
Hibiscus pernambucensis +
Fla. +, Mexico +, West Indies +, Central America +  and South America. +
Littoral vegetation and stream banks, 0 m +
Flowering year-round. +
Contr. Univ. Michigan Herb. +
Illustrated +  and Introduced +
H. tiliaceus subsp. pernambucensis +, H. tiliaceus var. pernambucensis +  and Paritium pernambucense +
Talipariti tiliaceum var. pernambucense +
Talipariti tiliaceum +
variety +