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Chonemorpha G. Don

鹿角藤属

Description from Flora of China

Rhynchodia Bentham.

Lianas stout, woody, with latex. Leaves large, opposite; interpetiolar lines and colleters present. Cymes lax, paniculate or racemose, terminal or subaxillary. Flowers large. Calyx tubular, shortly 5-toothed or 5-partite, basal glands large, denticulate. Corolla white or reddish, funnelform, tube cylindric, throat not scaly; lobes overlapping to right. Stamens inserted near base or middle of corolla tube; anthers sagittate, connivent, adherent to pistil head, cells spurred at base; disc ringlike, fleshy, shorter than ovary, apex 5-cleft. Ovaries 2, free; ovules numerous in each ovary. Style filiform; pistil head club-shaped, slightly thickened, apex 2-cleft. Follicles 2, elongated, cylindric. Seeds ovate-oblong, flat, short beaked, beak with a long coma.

About 15 species: tropical and subtropical Asia, eight species in China.

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