Gnetum gnemon

Gnetum gnemon L., Mant. Pl. 1: 125 1767. (Syn: Gnemon ovalifolia (Poir.) Kuntze; Gnetum acutatum Miq.; Gnetum domestica Rumph.; Gnetum gnemon var. domesticum Markgr.; Gnetum gnemon var. laurinum Blume; Gnetum gnemon var. lucidum Blume; Gnetum gnemon var. majusculum Blume; Gnetum gnemon var. ovalifolium (Poir.) Blume; Gnetum gnemon f. stipitatum Markgr.; Gnetum gnemon var. sylvestris (Brongn.) […]

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Gnetum edule

Gnetum edule (Willd.) Blume, Tijdschr. Natuurl. Gesch. Physiol. 1: 161 (1834). (syn: Thoa edulis Willd.; Gnetum scandens Roxb.; Gnetum ula Brongn.; Gnemon edulis (Willd.) Kuntze; Gnetum funiculare Brongn. in L.I.Duperrey ; Gnetum pyrifolium Miq. ex Parl. in A.P.de Candolle) as per WCSP; SW. India as per WCSP; commonly known as: monkey’s bridge, joint fir • […]

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Gnetum montanum

Gnetum montanum Markgr., Bull. Jard. Bot. Buitenzorg III, 10: 466 1930.; , Vines; leaves drying dark green to brown or black; seed coat glabrous or with minute, silvery scales; Seeds clearly stipitate, stipe much longer than thick; Seed stipe 0.2-0.6 cm; Seed cylindric-ovoid or cylindric, 0.65-0.9(-1.2) cm wide as per Keys at Flora of China; […]

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