Piriqueta

Aublet

Hist. Pl. Guiane1: 298, plate 117. 1775

Etymology: Common name in Guiana
Found in FNA Volume 6. Treatment on page 166. Mentioned on page 165.
Herbs [shrubs], hairs porrect-stellate and simple, seldom absent, glandular hairs absent [present]. Leaves petiolate or sessile, without nectaries; stipules reduced or absent. Inflorescences axillary; peduncle free; prophylls inconspicuous. Pedicels articulate. Flowers distylous [homostylous]; sepals 1/5–1/2 connate; petals yellow or whitish; corona inserted at throat on sepals and petals, annular, fimbriate; filaments often with nectaries; anthers dorsifixed. Capsules smooth [granulate/tuberculate]. Seeds straight [curved], reticulate; aril relatively narrow [wide]. x = 7.
Facts about "Piriqueta"
AuthorMaría Mercedes Arbo +
EtymologyCommon name in Guiana +
IllustratorLinny Heagy +
Referencearbo1995a +, maskas2000a + and ornduff1970a +
Taxon namePiriqueta +
Taxon parentTurneraceae +
Taxon rankgenus +
VolumeVolume 6 +