Classification, Evolution, of the and Phylogeny of by Aaron Goldberg

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4 the length of the embryo; endosperm copious, ruminate, starchy. 43 Composition: 1 genus, 2 species. Distribution: Rain forest of Queensland, Australia. -Trees; xylem vessel perforation plates simple and scalariform; leaves simple, alternate, entire, pellucidpunctate, exstipulate, indument of peltate scales; flowers solitary o r paired, on short axillary branches, bisexual, the parts hypogynous; sepals 2, connate, calyptrate; petals about 4-7, lanceolate, similar to the stamens; stamens about 40, the anther loculi extrorse, separate and adnate near the base of the elongated filament, staminodes present; pollen I-sulcate; pistils 7-10 (to -25), spirally arranged, free except at the base, style elongated, papillose; ovule 1 (-2) per pistil, ventral; fruit a globose, red, fleshy syncarp, the seeds suborbicular, 3-4 mm in diameter; embryo small, endosperm copious, oily.

Distribution: Rain forest of Queensland, Australia. -Trees; xylem vessel perforation plates simple and scalariform; leaves simple, alternate, entire, pellucidpunctate, exstipulate, indument of peltate scales; flowers solitary o r paired, on short axillary branches, bisexual, the parts hypogynous; sepals 2, connate, calyptrate; petals about 4-7, lanceolate, similar to the stamens; stamens about 40, the anther loculi extrorse, separate and adnate near the base of the elongated filament, staminodes present; pollen I-sulcate; pistils 7-10 (to -25), spirally arranged, free except at the base, style elongated, papillose; ovule 1 (-2) per pistil, ventral; fruit a globose, red, fleshy syncarp, the seeds suborbicular, 3-4 mm in diameter; embryo small, endosperm copious, oily.

Central America, northern, eastern, and southern South America, the East Indies, eastern Australia, New Zealand, New Caledonia, Madagascar. s. S. of anther greatly enlarged; c, nearly mature fruit with part removed to show seeds, seed with endocarpic appendage (after Bailey and Smith). AUSTRORAILEYACEAE: d , Austrobaileya maculata views of stamen, a pistil, flower from below, flowering twig, fruitlet (after Hutchinson, 1973; Takhtajan, 1969). 3 the length of the embryo; endosperm copious, ruminate, hard o r fleshy.

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