Bonamia Thouars
  • Hist. Vég. Îles France 33–34, t. 8. 1804.


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General Information

3. Bonamia Thouars

Breweria R. Br., Breweriopsis Roberty, Trichantha H. Karst. et Triana

Por D.F. Austin, J.A. McDonald y G. Murguía-Sánchez.

Arbustossufruticosos o bejucos volubles, rastreros, pubescentes o glabros, perennes oanuales. Hojas simples, sésiles o pecioladas, láminas enteras, ovadas,elípticas a orbiculares, membranáceas a coriáceas, glabras o pubescentes.Inflorescencias axilares, en cimas monocasiales o dicasiales, o las floressolitarias; sépalos 5, imbricados, pajizos, amarillos, iguales o desiguales, ovados, elípticos, orbiculares, generalmentecoriáceos; corola campanulada a infundibuliforme-campanulada, de colorvariable, glabra o pilosa, los estambres generalmente incluidos, iguales odesiguales, comúnmente pubescente-glandulares en la base; estilos 2, libres ofusionados en la base hasta el 1/2, ramificaciones iguales o desiguales, blancos,glabros; estigmas capitiformes. Frutos en cápsulas, pardas al secarse, ovoidesa fusiformes, dehiscentes o rara vezindehiscentes, lisas, frecuentemente pilosas en el ápice, con 2 lóculoso rara vez 1, las valvas 0-4(-8); semillas 1-4, pardas, negras, ovoides,anguladas, lisas, glabras, glabrescentes o vellosas, o ciliadas en los márgenesexteriores. 22 spp. Zonas tropicales.

Bibliografía:Austin, D.F. Novon 4: 319-321 (1994). Myint,T. y Ward, D.B. Phytologia17: 121-239 (1968).

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    BONAMIA Thouars; Breweria R. Br.; Trichantha H. Karst. & Triana

    Enredaderas leñosas a enredaderas herbáceas pequeñas o arbustos leñosos, generalmente perennes, glabros a pubescentes. Hojas enteras, lanceoladas, ovadas. Flores solitarias o en panículas o dicasios, la mayoría con pocas flores, brácteas pequeñas; sépalos subiguales o los exteriores más largos y variando desde suborbiculares a reniformes a cordados, obtusos a agudos; corola campanulada o frecuentemente infundibuliforme, generalmente blanca, el limbo plegado, el área no plegada típicamente ferrugínea, entera o ligeramente lobada; estambres incluidos, los filamentos filiformes; polen entero, 3-colporado o raramente agrecolpado; ovario 2-locular, 4-ovulado, estilo 1, filiforme, bífido o entero, o estilos 2 y libres, estigmas capitados, subglobosos. Frutos capsulares, generalmente ovoides, 4-valvados, pericarpo membranoso a coriáceo; semillas 1–4, glabras a pubescentes.

    Género con ca 40–50 especies en las regiones tropicales; 1 especies es endémica de Nicaragua y otra más se espera encontrar.

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    Lianas to small scrambling shrubs or herbaceous vines, mostly perennial, glabrous to pubescent. Leaves entire, lanceolate to ovate. Inflorescences of solitary flowers or few-flowered dichasia or panicles; the bracts small. Flowers with the sepals obtuse to acute, subequal, the outer ones larger and suborbicular; corolla campanulate or funnelform, the limb plicate, the interplicae ferrugineous; stamens included, the filaments filiform, mostly triangular-dilate and glandular- pubescent at the base, the anthers oval or oblong, the pollen 3-colpate; ovary 2-locular, 4-ovulate, the style filiform, bifid to almost entire, or the styles 2 and free, the stigmas capitate, subglobose. Fruits capsular, 4-valvate, pericarp membranaceous to coriaceous; seeds 4 or fewer by abortion, glabrous or pu- bescent.

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  • Lianas. Hojas simples, ovadas a elípticas, atenuadas a obtusas o redondeadas a truncadas o cordadas en la base, redondeadas a emarginadas y mucronatas en el ápice, no lobuladas, enteras, inconspicua a densamente adpreso-pubescentes a glabrescentes en ambas caras, los tricomas dorados y en forma de “T” (indistintamente anclados ± en el centro). Infls. cimosas o (raramente) de 1 fl. solitaria. Fls. con los sépalos separados, desiguales, los externos un poco más grandes que los internos, obtusos a acuminados en el ápice, glabros a esparcida o densamente pubescentes; corola blanca, campanulada o en forma de embudo, levemente lobulada, pubescente; estambres incluidos; anteras rectas; estilo 1 y profundamente bífido ó 2 separados; estigmas capitados. Frs. capsulares, ovoides (en CR), 4-valvados; semillas 4 ó menos, café a negras, glabras o pubescentes.

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  • Morphology

    Capsule subglobose, 2-locular, 4-valved and 2–4-seeded.

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    Ovary 2-locular, 4-ovuled, glabrous or hairy at the apex; styles with two unequal branches or two styles nearly or quite free; stigmas globose

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    Stamens and styles included or stamens shortly exserted; filaments often dilated and hairy below

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    Corolla medium or small, funnel-shaped, often hairy outside, sometimes deeply lobed; lobes induplicate-valvate

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    Shrubby climbers, rarely erect subshrubs

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    Sepals 5, equal or subequal, not accrescent

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    Flowers in dense, usually many-flowered, axillary or terminal cymes or panicles

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    Sepals 5, equal or subequal, rarely very unequal, circular to lanceolate, herbaceous or coriaceous, never membranous, not accrescent.

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    Flowers in dense, usually many-flowered, axillary or terminal cymes or panicles; Bracteoles usually small.

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    Shrubby climbers, rarely erect subshrubs.

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    Leaves herbaceous or occasionally sub-coriaceous, entire, lanceolate, ovate or elliptic.

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    Capsule subglobose, bilocular, 4-valved, 4–2-seeded.

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    Stamens 5, included or slightly exserted; filaments oftend dilated and hairy below or glabrous; anthers oblong, cordate or sagittate at the base; pollen smooth.

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    Ovary 2-locular, 4-ovuled, glabrous or hairy at apex; style bifid often with two unequal branches or two styles nearly or quite free; stigmas 2 globose or peltate; disk small or absent.

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    Corolla funnel-shaped, medium or small sized, blue or white, 5-lobed, with midpetaline bands hairy outside; lobes induplicate-valvate.

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    Habit

    Lianas to small scrambling shrubs or herbaceous vines

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  • Distribution

    There are about 45 species of this genus in the tropics and subtropics of both hemispheres. Two species occur in Panama.

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  • Included Species

      Bibliography

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