8278.000 Tarenna Gaertn.

Description of the genus

Shrubs, sometimes scrambling, or trees. Leaves chartaceous to almost coriaceous. Stipules shortly sheathing, often with central area darkened. Inflorescences terminal on main and lateral branches, sometimes also with axillary inflorescences. Calyx with both limb-tube and lobes present. Corolla hairless or pubescent outside. Placenta ovate with 1-15 impressed ovules. Fruit often whitish when mature, 2-locular. Seeds 2-several per fruit, brown, smooth, with a circular excavation.

Worldwide: c. 50 species, throughout tropical Africa

Mozambique: 9 taxa.

Tarenna pavettoides subsp. affinis

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SpeciesFZ divisionsContent
drummondii Bridson[VU]N
junodii (Schinz) Bremek.N,Z,MS,GI,MDescription, Image
longipedicellata (J.G. Garcia) Bridson[End][VU]MSDescription, Image
luteola (Stapf) Bremek.TDescription, Image
pavettoides (Harv.) Sim subsp. affinis (K. Schum.) BridsonN,Z,MS,GIDescription, Image
pavettoides (Harv.) Sim subsp. gillmanii Bridson
pavettoides (Harv.) Sim. subsp. pavettoides M
pembensis J.E. BurrowsN
sp. 53 of Degreef (2006)[NrEnd]N

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Flora of Botswana: Tarenna
Flora of Caprivi: Tarenna
Flora of Malawi: Tarenna
Flora of Zambia: Tarenna
Flora of Zimbabwe: Tarenna

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ePIC (electronic Plant Information Center): Tarenna
Flora Zambesiaca web site: Tarenna
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GRIN (Germplasm Resources Information Network) taxonomy for plants report for Tarenna
IPNI (International Plant Names Index): Tarenna
Kew Herbarium catalogue: Tarenna

Copyright: Mark Hyde, Bart Wursten, Petra Ballings and Meg Coates Palgrave 2007-20

Hyde, M.A., Wursten, B.T., Ballings, P. & Coates Palgrave, M. (2020). Flora of Mozambique: Genus page: Tarenna.
https://www.mozambiqueflora.com/speciesdata/genus.php?genus_id=1376, retrieved 4 August 2020

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