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By Finn Borchsenius, Rodrigo Bernal, Scott Zona, Andrew Henderson, Gloria Galeano, Monica Moraes R.

ISBN-10: 0893274070

ISBN-13: 9780893274078

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Aiphanespraemorsa(Poeppigex Martius)Burret,Notizbl. covered with long spinules on both sides, often with 11:560. 1932. 2, fig. 28 C, fig. 1-7. Cochabamba: Yungasdel Palmar de la Palma"),Rio de Chajro,Rio Suri,Rio San ribbed,10-23 x 9-25 cm. Inflorescenceerect or curv("Yungas Mateo,Rio Reuni6n,1830-1833,d'Orbigny8 (holotype, ing, pendulousin fruit,once or rarelytwice branched; 47 SystematicTreatment Table II Aiphanesspicata andA. acaulis compared Character A. spicata A. 5 6-12 Absent or to 20 mm long Purple Reticulate,smooth 4-5 Ca.

5 mm; filamentsca. 5-50 cm long, with indument disc-shaped structure,ca. Pistillateflowers ca. 5 x 3-4 mm; petals connatefor spinules, sometimes with a few, to 2 cm long spines; ca. Fruitnot seen. as long as wide, strongly plicate, rigid, truncateIllustrations. Fig. 11D (pollen), 19E (distribution praemorse at apex, with a 1-4 cm long finger-like 21M (middle pinnae); Galeano and Bernal, on the distal adaxial side often map), projection margin, with a row of black, thin, 5-10 mm long spines along 1985: 21, fig.

With a period of ca. In contrast,individualsof the solitaryA. chiribogensisin montanerainforest in western Ecuador never had simultaneous inflorescences and infructescences on a single plant. Total anthesis time per inflorescence in this species is at least 80 days (Borchsenius, 1993), and fruitdevelopment may well be equally slow. Thus it is likely that this species produces only one or at most two inflorescences per plant per year. Although the estimates are crude, they neverthelessgive an idea of the variation in floweringintensitythatmay be expectedin the genus.

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