8096.000 Anisotes Nees




Baden, C. (1981) The genus Anisotes (Acanthaceae), a taxonomic revision Nord. J. Bot. 1

Description of the genus

Shrubs. Leaves opposite. Calyx actinomorphic, hairy; lobes 5. Corolla 2-lipped, red or orange; lips long; upper minutely lobed, lower 3-lobed with a distinct keel and 2 channels on lower surface. Fertile stamens 2. Anthers attached parallel to filaments; pollen prolate. Capsule woody, with inelastic placental bases. Seeds 4, lacking hygroscopic hairs.

Worldwide: 19 species in tropical Africa, South Africa (Northern Province) and Madagascar

Mozambique: 5 taxa.

Anisotes sessiliflorus

Links to taxa:     View: living plant images - herbarium specimen images - all images for this genus

SpeciesFZ divisionsContent
formosissimus (Klotzsch) Milne-Redh.Z,T,MS,GI,MDescription, Image
longistrobus (C.B. Clarke) VollesenM
pubinervis (T. Anderson) HeineMS,GIDescription, Image
rogersii S.MooreDescription, Image
sessiliflorus (T. Anderson) C. B. ClarkeZ,T,MSDescription, Image

Other sources of information about Anisotes:

Our websites:

Flora of Caprivi: cultivated Anisotes
Flora of Malawi: Anisotes
Flora of Zambia: Anisotes
Flora of Zimbabwe: Anisotes

External websites:

African Plants: A Photo Guide (Senckenberg): Anisotes
BHL (Biodiversity Heritage Library): Anisotes
EOL (Encyclopedia of Life): Anisotes
GBIF (Global Biodiversity Information Facility): Anisotes
Google: Web - Images - Scholar
iNaturalist: Anisotes
IPNI (International Plant Names Index): Anisotes
JSTOR Plant Science: Anisotes
Mansfeld World Database of Agricultural and Horticultural Crops: Anisotes
Plants of the World Online: Anisotes
Tropicos: Anisotes
Wikipedia: Anisotes

Copyright: Mark Hyde, Bart Wursten, Petra Ballings and Meg Coates Palgrave 2007-23

Hyde, M.A., Wursten, B.T., Ballings, P. & Coates Palgrave, M. (2023). Flora of Mozambique: Genus page: Anisotes.
https://www.mozambiqueflora.com/speciesdata/genus.php?genus_id=1359, retrieved 28 November 2023

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