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Stathmostelma fornicatum (N.E.Br.) Bullock
Kew Bull. 8: 55 1953
Family: ASCLEPIADACEAE

Stathmostelma fornicatum Photo by: Sándor Horváth

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Accepted name in llifle Database:
Stathmostelma fornicatum (N.E.Br.) Bullock
Kew Bull. 8: 55 1953
Synonymy: 2 Accepted name in llifle Database:
Stathmostelma fornicatum subs. tridentatum Goyder
Kew Bull. 53(3): 593. 1998 [2 Nov 1998]

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Subspecies, varieties, forms and cultivars of plants belonging to the Stathmostelma fornicatum group

  • Stathmostelma fornicatum (N.E.Br.) Bullock: is a perennial herb with annual stems arising from a perennial root tuber. Flowers yellow with 1 or 2 small teeth in the cavity of the corona lobes. Distribution: Zambia, Tanzania, Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe.
  • Stathmostelma fornicatum subs. tridentatum Goyder: differs from ssp. fornicatum for having 2 mm long tooth-like inner appendage in corona lobes. Distribution: Tanzania.

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