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Smilax austrozhejiangensis Q. Lin

Distribution

    Distribution
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    S Zhejiang.

Morphology

    Description
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    Shrubs suberect, unarmed. Stem branched, 50--100 cm, smooth. Petiole 2--5 mm, narrowly winged for 1/2--3/4 its length; wings apically with an ovate-lanceolate auricle ca. 1 mm; abscission zone just above winged portion; tendrils absent. Leaf blade abaxially glaucous, ovate-lanceolate, ovate, or oblong-lanceolate, 3--7.5 × 1--3 cm. Inflorescence racemose or sometimes subumbellate, basally not prophyllate; peduncle slender, 1--2 cm; umbels of both sexes 2--7-flowered; bracteoles small, persistent. Male flowers: tepals elliptic, ca. 1.5 × 0.5--0.8 mm; stamens 0.7--0.8 mm. Female flowers: tepals ca. 1 × 0.5 mm; staminodes 6. Berries orange-red, globose, 5--7 mm in diam. Fl. Apr--May, fr. Jul--Nov.

Habitat

    Habitat
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    * Forests, shrubby slopes; 500--600 m.