Tricalysia delagoensis Schinz

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Tricalysia delagoensis

Photo: Warren McCleland
Pande, Inhassoro District.

Tricalysia delagoensis

Photo: Warren McCleland
Pande, Inhassoro District.

Tricalysia delagoensis

Photo: Warren McCleland
Pande, Inhassoro District.

Tricalysia delagoensis

Photo: Warren McCleland
Pande, Inhassoro District.

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Synonyms: Tricalysia capensis sensu Garcia
Tricalysia ligustrina S. Moore
Common names:
Frequency:
Status: Native
Description:
Shrub 1-4 m high. Leaves opposite, not markedly dimorphic, oblong-elliptic, 2-10.5 cm long, thinly textured to slightly leathery, hairless on both surfaces, midrib prominent beneath, domatia shallowly pit-like, ciliate or hairy; petiole 1.5-5 mm long. Stipules with a broad base c. 1 mm long and an awn up to 1.5 mm long. Inflorescences mostly axillary but also on older leafless nodes, 1-4-flowered on peduncles less than 1 mm long. Corolla mostly 5-merous, scented, white with a tube 4-8 mm long, hairy in the throat; lobes 3-4.5 mm long. Fruit c. 9 mm in diameter, red.
Notes:
Derivation of specific name: delagoensis: of the Delagoa area, a historic reference to southern Mozambique.
Habitat: In mixed deciduous woodland, forest and riverine vegetation, often on sandy soils.
Altitude range: 15 - 250 m
Flowering time:
Worldwide distribution: Southeastern Zimbabwe, Mozambique and KwaZulu-Natal South Africa.
Mozambique distribution: Z,GI,M
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Content last updated: Monday 15 August 2016
Literature:

Bridson, D.M. & Verdcourt, B. (2003). Rubiaceae, Part 3 Flora Zambesiaca 5(3) Pages 499 - 500.

Burrows, J.E., Burrows, S.M., Lötter, M.C. & Schmidt, E. (2018). Trees and Shrubs Mozambique Publishing Print Matters (Pty), Cape Town. Page 978. (Includes a picture).

Mapaura, A. & Timberlake, J. (eds) (2004). A checklist of Zimbabwean vascular plants Southern African Botanical Diversity Network Report No. 33 Sabonet, Pretoria and Harare Page 74.

Robbrecht, E. (1987). The African genus Tricalysia A. Rich. (Rubiaceae) 4. Revision of the species of sectio Tricalysia ans sectio Rosea. Bulletin du Jardin Botanique national de Belgique 57(1/2) Pages 189 - 193. (Includes a picture).

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Copyright: Mark Hyde, Bart Wursten, Petra Ballings and Meg Coates Palgrave 2007-19

Hyde, M.A., Wursten, B.T., Ballings, P. & Coates Palgrave, M. (2019). Flora of Mozambique: Species information: Tricalysia delagoensis.
https://www.mozambiqueflora.com/speciesdata/species.php?species_id=155520, retrieved 20 November 2019

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