Ezosciadium (Apiaceae): a taxonomic revision of yet another early diverging South African apioid genus

@article{Magee2008EzosciadiumA,
  title={Ezosciadium (Apiaceae): a taxonomic revision of yet another early diverging South African apioid genus},
  author={A. R. Magee and B. V. Wyk and P. M. Tilney and S. Downie},
  journal={Plant Systematics and Evolution},
  year={2008},
  volume={276},
  pages={167-175}
}
  • A. R. Magee, B. V. Wyk, +1 author S. Downie
  • Published 2008
  • Biology
  • Plant Systematics and Evolution
  • The hitherto poorly known Cape endemic genus Ezosciadium (Apiaceae) is revised. This genus is highly distinctive and can be distinguished from other annual genera of the region by its pilose vegetative and reproductive organs, the sessile compound umbels with conspicuously unequal rays, the non-inflexed petal tips, the relatively small, highly-inflexed stamens which appear almost sessile, and the prominent carpophores which persist on the plant. The fruit are unusual in the presence of druse… CONTINUE READING
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