Fuchsia pachyrrhiza (Onagraceae), a Tuberous New Species and Section of Fuchsia from Western Peru

@article{Berry1988FuchsiaP,
  title={Fuchsia pachyrrhiza (Onagraceae), a Tuberous New Species and Section of Fuchsia from Western Peru},
  author={Paul E Berry and Bruce A. Stein and Sherwin John Carlquist and Joan W. Nowicke},
  journal={Systematic Botany},
  year={1988},
  volume={13},
  pages={483-492}
}
ABsrRAcT. Fuchsia pachyrrhiza is described and is the type of the new section Pachyrrhiza. The species is known from only two localities along the western slope of the Peruvian Andes. Distinguishing sectional characters are the presence of a whorl of reflexed stamens, tuberous roots, alternate leaves, pollen with smooth viscin threads, and small flowers with a distinctively ridged nectary. The tuberous roots appear to be adapted for water as well as starch storage, and are most likely related… Expand

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