Lindackeria C. Presl
  • Reliq. Haenk. 2(2): 89. 1835. (Jun-Jul 1835)


This taxon is accepted by Achariaceae
Notes: More details could be found in The Plant List v.1.1. Originally in The Plant List v.1.0

General Information

LINDACKERIA C. Presl

Por Amy Pool

Lindackeria laurina C. Presl, Reliq. Haenk. 2: 89, t. 65. 1835.

Arbustos o árboles siempreverdes, 4–15 m de alto, inermes; plantas hermafroditas. Hojas alternas, espiraladas, oblongas, lanceoladas o elípticas, 9.5–26.5 cm de largo y 3.5–10 cm de ancho, ápice acuminado, base redondeada a aguda, margen entero o undulado, sin marcas pelúcidas, glándulas basales ausentes, pinnatinervias; pecíolo 4–12 cm de largo, estípulas pequeñas, caducas. Inflorescencia de panículas terminales y axilares, 12–20 cm de largo y 5 cm de ancho, pedúnculo 3–9 cm de largo, brácteas no observadas; sépalos 3, casi libres, imbricados, 5–7 mm de largo y ca 2.5–3 mm de ancho, tempranamente caducos; pétalos 6, imbricados, 4.5–5 mm de largo y 1.2–1.5 mm de ancho, tempranamente caducos; estambres 30–40, hipóginos, filamentos 2–3 mm de largo; ovario súpero, densa y suavemente equinado, puberulento, estilo simple, 4.5–5 mm de largo, estigma ligeramente 3-lobado. Fruto una cápsula globosa, 7–15 mm de diámetro, con estilo persistente y numerosas espinas de 2–4 mm de largo y menudamente puberulenta, seca, abriéndose por 3 valvas, verde; semillas 1–3, 6–8 mm de largo y 5–7 mm de ancho, glabras, con arilo rojo brillante.

Común, bosques de pinos y siempreverdes, zona atlántica; (15–) 50–400 m; fl sep, oct, fr ene–abr; Grijalva 1590, Sandino 4734; México a Colombia y Venezuela. Género con 6 especies en Centro y Sudamérica y 7 en Africa tropical.

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    Shrubs or trees, unarmed. Leaves alternate, petiolate, the petiole often elongate and pulvinate at the apex, the stipules none or early caducous, the blade rather large, entire-margined or the margins dentate, glabrous or pilose below, the hairs simple or stellate, penninerved. Inflorescences axillary or terminal, short to elongate, racemose or paniculate, usually many-flowered, infrequently flowers solitary. Flowers rather small, hermaphroditic or male by abortion, pedicellate, the bracts early caducous; sepals 3, imbricate; petals 6-12, imbricate, equalling ? the sepals; stamens oo, the fila- ments filiform, free or rarely united into a tube, the anthers basifixed, linear, longitudinally dehiscent; ovary shortly stipitate, smooth, muricate, or echinulate, usually hairy, 1-locular, with 3 parietal placentas, the placentas pauci- or multi- ovulate, the style simple, the stigma simple or obscurely 3-lobulate. Fruits capsular, globose, coriaceous to ligneous, tuberculate or echinate, tardily 3-valvate; seeds few, ovoid, the endosperm copious, the embryo large, the cotyledons large, cordate, foliaceous.

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    Morphology

    Flowers bisexual or ♂ by abortion, in axillary racemes or panicles, rarely reduced to a solitary flower

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    Ovary sometimes shortly stalked, smooth, tuberculate-muriculate or shortly echinate, 1-locular, with 3 (or 4) few- to multi-ovulate placentas; style filiform, entire or rarely shortly divided

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    Leaves persistent or deciduous, alternate, subentire or generally dentate, penninerved, ± long-petiolate, stipulate

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    Stamens indefinite; filaments slender, free or rarely conglutinate below; anthers linear, opening lengthwise

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    Shrubs or trees

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    Petals 6–12, imbricate, slightly longer than the sepals, white, caducous

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    Sepals (2 or) 3, imbricate, concave, caducous

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    Seeds 1–3, rarely more, mutually compressed, partly covered with a red aril, with copious endosperm.

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    Capsule woody, with short obtuse emergences or with spines, tardily dehiscent into 3 (or 4) valves

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    Petals 6–12, imbricate, not much longer than the sepals.

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    Sepals 3, imbricate, concave.

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    Seeds 1–3, with copious endosperm and a large embryo with flat, cordate cotyledons.

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    Fruit a globose, woody, echinate or warted capsule dehiscing tardily into 3 longitudinal valves.

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    Ovary shortly stalked, smooth, tuberculate or shortly echinate, usually hairy, 1-locular with 3 parietal placentas; placentas multiovulate or with relatively few ovules; style simple with inconspicuous stigmas.

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    Stamens co, filaments slender, free or rarely connate in a tube; anthers linear.

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    Flowers bisexual or male by abortion, in racemes or solitary in the axils.

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    Unarmed shrubs or trees.

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    Leaves petiolate, petioles sometimes elongate; lamina usually rather large, glabrous or hairy, hairs stellate or simple, margins usually toothed.

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    Stipules present.

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    Habit

    Shrubs or trees

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    Distribution

    About 12 species in the tropics of Africa a'nd America; only the following species reported from Panama and Central America.

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     Information From

    Achariaceae
    World Flora Online Data. 2017.
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    http://www.plantsoftheworldonline.org/terms-and-conditions
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    Flora de Panama
    http://www.tropicos.org/Project/PAC
    Robert E. Woodson, Jr. and Robert W. Schery Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden Vol. 67, No. 4 (1980), pp. ii-xxxiii
    • C Missouri Botanical Garden
    Plants Of the World Online Portal - FTEA
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    Flora de Nicaragua
    http://www.tropicos.org/projectwebportal.aspx?projectid=7&pagename=Home&langid=66
    WD Stevens, CU Ulloa, A Pool and OM Montiel. Missouri Botanical Garden Press, 2001
    • E Missouri Botanical Garden
    World Flora Online consortium
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    • F CC0 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0).