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Perennial herbs, with annual stems, which are simple and erect; latex milky. Leaves opposite or rarely whorled, usually narrowly linear. Flowers in fascicles. Calyx shorter than corolla. Corolla campanulate; lobes elliptic, spreading or reflexed, usually pilose on the back. Corona with lobes alternating with corolla lobes, each a dorsal outgrowth from the opposing stamen. Anthers 2-locular. Seeds many.
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Specimen Records:80
Specimens with Sequences:98
Specimens with Barcodes:86
Species:28
Species With Barcodes:22
Public Records:5
Public Species:3
Public BINs:0
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Aspidoglossum

Aspidoglossum is a genus of plants in the Apocynaceae, first described as a genus in 1838.[1] It is native to Africa.[2][3]

Accepted species[4]
  1. Aspidoglossum angustissimum (K.Schum.) Bullock - tropical Africa
  2. Aspidoglossum araneiferum (Schltr.) Kupicha - KwaZulu-Natal
  3. Aspidoglossum biflorum E.Mey. - Eastern Cape Province
  4. Aspidoglossum breve Kupicha - Malawi, Tanzania
  5. Aspidoglossum carinatum (Schltr.) Kupicha - South Africa
  6. Aspidoglossum connatum (N.E.Br.) Bullock - tropical Africa
  7. Aspidoglossum crebrum Kupicha - Zimbabwe
  8. Aspidoglossum delagoense (Schltr.) Kupicha - Mozambique
  9. Aspidoglossum demissum Kupicha - KwaZulu-Natal
  10. Aspidoglossum difficile Hilliard - KwaZulu-Natal
  11. Aspidoglossum dissimile (N.E.Br.) Kupicha - South Africa
  12. Aspidoglossum elliotii (Schltr.) Kupicha - East Africa
  13. Aspidoglossum erubescens (Schltr.) Bullock - East Africa
  14. Aspidoglossum eylesii (S.Moore) Kupicha - Zimbabwe, Zambia
  15. Aspidoglossum fasciculare E.Mey. - Eastern Cape Province
  16. Aspidoglossum flanaganii (Schltr.) Kupicha - South Africa
  17. Aspidoglossum glabellum Kupicha - Zimbabwe
  18. Aspidoglossum glabrescens (Schltr.) Kupicha - Mpumalanga
  19. Aspidoglossum glanduliferum (Schltr.) Kupicha - Pondoland in Eastern Cape Province
  20. Aspidoglossum gracile (E.Mey.) Kupicha - Western Cape Province
  21. Aspidoglossum grandiflorum (Schltr.) Kupicha - Eastern Cape Province
  22. Aspidoglossum heterophyllum E.Mey. - Western Cape Province
  23. Aspidoglossum hirundo Kupicho - Mozambique
  24. Aspidoglossum interruptum (E.Mey.) Bullock - Mozambique, South Africa
  25. Aspidoglossum lamellatum (Schltr.) Kupicha - False Bay in South Africa
  26. Aspidoglossum lanatum (Weim.) Kupicha - Zimbabwe
  27. Aspidoglossum masaicum (N.E.Br.) Kupicha - East Africa
  28. Aspidoglossum nyassae (Britten & Rendle) Kupicha - Malawi
  29. Aspidoglossum ovalifolium (Schltr.) Kupicha - Eastern Cape Province
  30. Aspidoglossum restioides (Schltr.) Kupicha - Western Cape Province
  31. Aspidoglossum rhodesicum (Weim.) Kupicha - Zimbabwe
  32. Aspidoglossum uncinatum (N.E.Br.) Kupicha - Western Cape Province
  33. Aspidoglossum validum Kupicho - Mpumalanga, Limpopo
  34. Aspidoglossum virgatum (E.Mey.) Kupicha - South Africa
  35. Aspidoglossum woodii (Schltr.) Kupicha - KwaZulu-Natal
  36. Aspidoglossum xanthosphaerum Hilliard - KwaZulu-Natal
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