Pollination biology and taxonomy of Dinemandra and Dinemagonum (Malpighiaceae)

@article{Simpson1989PollinationBA,
  title={Pollination biology and taxonomy of Dinemandra and Dinemagonum (Malpighiaceae)},
  author={Beryl B Simpson},
  journal={Systematic Botany},
  year={1989},
  volume={14},
  pages={408-426}
}
  • B. Simpson
  • Published 1 July 1989
  • Biology
  • Systematic Botany
Dinemandra and Dinemagonum, the only two genera of Malpighiaceae in Chile, have calyx glands borne on stalks rather than appressed to the surfaces of the calyx lobes as is typical of malpighs. It is proposed that this positioning of the glandular secretory surfaces (elaiophores) on the ends of stalks provides an intergland distance and surface area needed for the robust Centris bees that serve as pollinators. The structure of the stalked calyx glands and similarities in pollen provide evidence… Expand

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