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The Endemic Plants of Chile – an Annotated Checklist

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Diplolepis geminiflora (Decne.) Liede & Rapini

  1. Classified in >
  2. genus: Diplolepis >
  3. Family: Apocynaceae

Place of Publication

Symb. Bot. 30: 191 (2005)

Type citation

Chile, Santiago, C. Gay s.n. (holotype P!; isotypes K 000197276!, NY 01104869!, P 00647660!).

Common names

  • azahar de quisco, azahar, cuerdecilla, cordelillo, lichilahuen, voquicil-lo (Hechem et al. (2012))

Iconography

  • Hechem et al. (2012): figs. 2i; 4i
  • Descriptions

    • Hechem et al. (2012)

    Habit

    Woody climber, 0.4 - 2 m tall.

    Key characteristics

    This species is often confused with D. boerhaviifolia but differs by having an urn-shaped (urceolate) corolla and lance-shaped lobes.

    Regions

    Atacama, Coquimbo, Valparaíso and Metropolitana

    Distribution and habitat

    This species has an extensive distribution from Province of Huasco (Region Atacama) to Santiago (Province Metropolitana) between 10 and 1700 m above sea level. In central Chile It is sometimes found climbing over cacti like Echinopsis chiloensis and small shrubs such as Acacia caven, Flourensia thurifera and Proustia cuneifolia.

    Distribution

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    References

    • Liede-Schumann et al. (2005)

      Liede-Schumann, S. , Rapini, A. , Goyder, D.J. and Chase, M.W. 2005. Phylogenetics of the new world subtribes of Asclepiadee (Apocyaceae-Asclepiadoideae): Metastelmatinae, Oxypetalinae, and Gonolobinae. Systematic Botany, 30:184-195

    • Hechem et al. (2011b)

      Hechem, V , Acheritobehere, L and Morrone, J 2011b. Patrones de distribución de las especies de Cynanchum, Diplolepis y Tweedia (Apocynaceae: Asclepiadoideae) de América del Sur austral. Revista de Geografía Norte Grande. 48: 45-60.

    • Hechem et al. (2012)

      Hechem, V , Ezcurra, C and Zuloaga, F. O 2012. Systematic study of the South American genus Diplolepis (Apocynaceae). Darwiniana 50(2): 296-317.