Diamantina lombardii - an odd Brazilian member of the Podostemaceae

@article{Rutishauser2005DiamantinaL,
  title={Diamantina lombardii - an odd Brazilian member of the Podostemaceae},
  author={R. Rutishauser and E. Pfeifer and R. A. Novelo and C. T. Philbrick},
  journal={Flora},
  year={2005},
  volume={200},
  pages={245-255}
}
Abstract This paper complements the diagnosis of the recently described genus Diamantina and its only species Diamantina lombardii Novelo, Philbrick and Irgang from Minas Gerais (Brazil). Four new features not known from other Podostemaceae–Podostemoideae are documented by microtome sections and SEM graphs: (i) The digitate foliage leaves lack vascular tissue completely. (ii) Leafy shoots produce one or two flowers in terminal and subterminal position. The spathella subtending the subterminal… Expand
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