Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Maple silkwood - Flindersia pimenteliana F.Muell.

Flindersia pimenteliana is a type of plant in family Rutaceae. May be known by the name of the common Maple Silkwood. May be a common name for the Maple Silkwood also indicate australis Flindersia, brayleyana Flindersia or pubescens Flindersia. It is found in Queensland (Australia), and West Papua (Indonesia), Papua New Guinea. Threatened by habitat loss.

Field characters:; (c diameter of up to 100 cm) umbrella of a large tree (up to 40 meters) a small tree or semi-cylindrical umbrella Poly; straight (most of which long Polly up to 20 m); pillars pillars absent; spines spines absent; roots roots pneumatic air is absent; stilt roots stilt roots absent; lenticels elongated bark gray or brown, rough, slightly, slightly, or cracked pustular, vertically; Subrhytidome (under bark) green or sometimes dark red, and less than 25 mm (6.0 -) 8 from 0.0 to 14.0; fire bark consists of a single layer; aromatic strength or weakness of the non-aromatic; Sarah (fruit); fire outside a white and yellow (pale (straw colored), and red, or pink, with stripes (white), fibrous; internal fire pink, red, white, or yellow (pale (straw colored), with stripes (white), fibrous; secretions bark (SAP) present, a colorless, does not flow easily (intermittent), and color change on exposure to air, and not sticky; Terminal buds are not surrounded by leaves.
Lateral leaflet blades about 1.3 to 6.5 x 3.5 to 16 cm. About 9-14 main lateral veins on each side of midrib. Leaves spaced along the branches, opposite (in pairs, opposite one another on the branchlet) ('s subopposite), complex (paper consists of two or more publications); petiole present, not winged, attached to the base paper blade, not swollen; leaves pinnate (unbranched with more than three publications); petiolule is swollen; rachis present, absent, absent; leaves with terminal leaflet (the number of releases odd - imparipinnate), broadest below middle, 8.0 to 34.0 cm, 2, 0 to 5.0 cm, leaflets opposite, symmetric (for the asymmetric bit), and the station developing buds newsletter straight; sweating pinnate, veins secondary open, not prominent, but visible, and the veins of intramarginal absent
leaves lower surface pale green, yellowish or green, the surface the upper dark green, indumentum (hairs) absent; absent or present; domatia absent; stipules absent .. Oil a few points and a few scattered, visible with lens. Inflorescence a simple hair. Sepals oval on a large scale, about 0.8 to 1.2 mm. Petals elliptic, rectangular, about 2.5 to 4 mm long. 2 eggs on each side of the placenta.
Plants is much wider than long on-mm × 6-8 30-40 bilobed. Small oil points, visible only near the margins. The first few pairs of leaves trifoliolate. The tenth stage in the papers: Bulletin blades ovate, long acuminate summit cuneate base, to relieve a little and unequal-sided points glabrous oil, absent; leg of the bulletin station much longer than the lateral leaflets; petiole and rhachis compound leaves slightly winged.
Flowering plant, flowers on branched axis, cones absent; bisexual flowers, chase, and flowers with many planes of symmetry, from 2.5 to 4.0 mm long, diameter small (up to10 mm in diameter.) (C 3 mm in diameter); present the cover of the flower, with sepals distinct and petals whorls, inner perianth red (about the dark-Qaeda) or white (on the inner surface); 5, joined some or part (near the base) or free; stamens 5 and present, and free from each other, and free of the perianth; ovary superior, carpels joined (when more than one), locules 10 (2 in the tent); patterns of confinement, 1. Capsules from the surface of 5.5 to 11.5 cm long external muricate with relatively long appendages. Seeds winged at both ends, rootlet side. Slices of fruit usually continued on the ground under the tree.


Domain: Eukaryota
Kingdom: Plantae
Subkingdom: Viridaeplantae
Phylum: Tracheophyta - Vascular Plants
Subphylum: Euphyllophytina
Infraphylum: Radiatopses
Class: Magnoliopsida
Subclass: Rosidae
Superorder: Rutanae
Order: Rutales
Suborder: Rutineae
Family: Rutaceae - Rue Family
Genus: Flindersia
Specific epithet: pimenteliana - F.Muell.
Botanical name: - Flindersia pimenteliana F.Muell.

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