Geonoma undata subsp. pulcherrima (Burret) A.J.Hend., Phytotaxa 17: 159 (2011)

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Distribution

Map uses TDWG level 3 distributions (http://www.nhm.ac.uk/hosted_sites/tdwg/geogrphy.html)
From 3°30-4°18'S and 78°30-78°41'W on eastern Andean slopes in southeastern Ecuador at 923(750-1130) m elevation along river banks in areas subject to flooding. Plants are reported to be rheophytes. (Henderson, A.J. (2011) A revision of Geonoma. Phytotaxa 17: 1-271.)A

Description

  • Leaves veins raised and rectangular in cross-section adaxially; basal pinna 0.7(0.3-1.0) cm wide; apical pinna 0.8(0.5-1.0) cm wide.
    Inflorescences prophyll margins without irregular, spine-like projections; flower pits usually spirally arranged, not distantly spaced. (Henderson, A.J. (2011) A revision of Geonoma. Phytotaxa 17: 1-271.)A