Rhus longipes Engl.
  • Monogr. Phan.


Cite taxon page as 'WFO (2020): Rhus longipes Engl. Published on the Internet;http://www.worldfloraonline.org/taxon/wfo-0000403244. Accessed on: 26 Oct 2020'

Morphology

Dull red fruits.

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    Whitish or greenish flowers

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    Pale green leaves

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    A bush or small tree

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    Ovary subglobose, unilocular with (2–)3(–4) styles or more frequently 2-lobed and 2-locular with (2–3–)4–5 styles.

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    Drupe globose or frequently reniform, 3–5(–7) mm. in diameter, glabrous or very sparsely pilose, reddish and shining, unilocular and 1-seeded, or 2–3-locular with 1 seed in each locule or 1 locule sterile.

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    Calyx-segments ovate, ±0.5 mm. long, somewhat pilose outside.

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    Petals oblong-ovate, 1.1–1.5 mm. long, obtuse.

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    Panicles 3–15 cm. long, the terminal ones up to 25 m. long and longer than the leaves, the axillary ones smaller, pyramidal, lax; axis and branches somewhat densely fulvous pubescent with spreading and crisped hairs; pedicels ± 1 mm. long, pubescent.

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    Petiole 1.5–6 cm. long, semiterete, shallowly grooved above, pilose; median leaflets 4–12.5 cm. long, 1.5–7.5 cm. broad, cuneate and petiolulate at the base; lateral leaflets 2–9 cm. long, 1–5.5 cm. broad, sessile and somewhat asymmetric at the base; all leaflets obovate-elliptic to broadly elliptic, obtuse and sometimes emarginate or rarely acute at the apex, entire, when dried the young ones fairly dark, membranous, the older ones brownish green or somewhat dark brownish on the upper surface and paler below, with slender hairs on the nerves and margin and sometimes also on the lamina, persistent or rather caducous with age, the oldest ones frequently glabrous; midrib and lateral nerves in young leaflets scarcely visible on the upper surface and prominulous beneath, the oldest ones with the midrib and the nerves raised on both surfaces but more beneath, reticulation lax and conspicuous.

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    Shrub or small tree 2–9(–12) m. high; branches brownish grey, cylindric, slightly furrowed; branchlets somewhat angular, dark brown, sparsely pilose to somewhat densely fulvous pilose, lenticellate.

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    Female flowers: ovary subglobose, 1-locular with (1–2)3(4) styles or more frequently 2-lobed and 2-locular with (2–3)4–5 styles.

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    Male flowers: calyx-segments 0–5 mm. long, ovate, ± pilose outside; petals 1–1·5 mm. long, oblong-ovate, obtuse.

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    Panicles pyramidal lax, the terminal ones generally longer than the leaves, the axillary ones smaller; axis and branches ± densely fulvous-pubescent, with patent and crisped hairs; pedicels c. 1 mm. long, pubescent.

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    Leaflets elliptic, obovate-elliptic to broadly elliptic, obtuse and sometimes emarginate or rarely acute at the apex, entire, the young ones very dark (nearly black when dried), membranous, the older ones brownish-green or ± dark-brownish on the upper surface and paler below, somewhat rigid, with slender hairs on the nerves and margin and sometimes also on the lamina persistent or ± caducous with age (the oldest leaves very frequently glabrous); median leaflet 4·2–12·7 × 1·7–7·5 cm., cuneate and petiolulate at the base; lateral leaflets 2·3–9 × 0·9–5·8 cm., sessile, ± asymmetric at the base; midrib and lateral nerves in the young leaves scarcely visible on the upper surface and prominulous below, the oldest ones with the midrib and nerves raised on both sides, mainly below, the reticulation lax and very conspicuous.

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    Petiole 1·5–6 cm. long, semiterete, canaliculate on the upper surface, ± pilose.

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    Shrub or small tree up to 9 m. tall; branches brownish-grey, cylindric, slightly furrowed, lenticellate, the youngest ones somewhat angular, dark-brown and sparsely pilose to ± densely fulvous-pilose.

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    Drupe reddish, shining, 3–7 mm. in diam., glabrous or very sparsely pilose, globose, 1-locular and 1-seeded or frequently reniform, 2-locular, with 1 seed in each loculus, or 1 loculus sterile.

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