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Revision of the Hawaiian members of the genus Tetraplasandra A. Gray.
Earl Edward Sherff
|Series||Fieldiana., v. 29, no. 2, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago. Publication 749|
|LC Classifications||QK1 .F4 vol. 29, no. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||142|
|LC Control Number||55004254|
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Title. Revision of the Hawaiian members of the genus Tetraplasandra A. Gray. Related Titles. Series: Fieldiana. Botany. 29, no. 2 Series: Publication (Chicago.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sherff, Earl Edward, Revision of the Hawaiian members of the genus Tetraplasandra A. Gray. vno.2 () - Revision of the Hawaiian members of the genus Tetraplasandra A. Gray.
Gray" See other formats. To submit an update or takedown request for this paper, please submit an Update/Correction/Removal : Earl Edward Sherff. The Hawaiian endemic genus Tetrapla-sandra A. Gray as currently circumscribed contains seven species (LowryLowry and Wood ).
Tetraplasandra lydgatei (Hillebr.) Harms was ﬁrst described by Hill-ebrand () as Triplasandra lydgatei; the genus Triplasandra Seem.
was later sub-sumed into Tetraplasandra (Harms, ). Tetraplasandra gymnocarpa is the only member of the Araliaceae with a fully superior ovary. A comparative. study of ﬂoral anatomy and development in superior and inferior ovary species of Tetraplasandra revealed that the superior ovary in.
gymnocarpa is unusual in that it develops within an epigynous ground by: Tetraplasandra lydgatei (Araliaceae): Taxonomic Recognition of a Rare, Endemic Species from O'ahu, Hawaiian Islands Timothy J. Motley; Pacific Science; University of Hawai'i Press; Vol Number 1, January ; pp. ; /psc; Article ; View Citation; Additional Information.
Description Tetraplasandra hawaiensis is a medium sized tree growing from 20 to possibly 60 feet tall. The compound leaves are 8 to 18 inches long and contain 5 to 9 leaflets. The leaflets are narrowly oval, range in size from 4 to 6 inches long and 1 to 2 1/2 inches wide, and the lower surface is generally covered with hairs giving it a powdery appearance.
A synopsis of native Hawaiian Araliaceae. Further notes on the genus Tetraplasandra A. Gray (fam. Araliaceae) in the Hawaiian Islands. It differs from other Polynesian members of the genus.
Systematic relationships within the Hawaiian group Tetraplasandra A. Gray, Munroidendron Sherff and Reynoldsia sandwicensis A. Gray are investigated here based on parsimony analysis of. Revision of the Hawaiian Members of the Genus Tetraplasandra A. Gray. Compositae -- Heliantheae -- Coreopsidinae.
North American flora. Series 2. New York Botanical Garden. Miscellaneous notes on some American & Hawaiian Dicotyledons (Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum. Occ. papers). Bernice P. Bishop Museum. absent or little developed in Tetraplasandra. Genomic analyses and phylogenetic reconstruction after of Polyscias and its putative allies, including the work of Costello & Motley () on the long-recognised, latterly Hawaiian genus Tetraplasandra and its close Pacific allies.
Full text of "Revision of the natural order Hederaceæ, a repr., with additions and " See other formats. Tetraplasandra is a genus of seven species endemic to the Hawaiian Archipelago. Recent field studies in the Ko'olau Mountains on the island of O'ahu have led to a taxonomic reevaluation of a rare species, Tetraplasandra lydgatei.
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III. Loss of dispersibility in the Hawaiian flora. Authors; Authors and affiliations; Sherwin Carlquist Revision of the Hawaiian members of the genusPiitosporum Banks.
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