4 edition of Description of some new and remarkable species of Aristolochia from western tropical Africa found in the catalog.
Description of some new and remarkable species of Aristolochia from western tropical Africa
Joseph Dalton Hooker
|Statement||by Jos. D. Hooker ; read February 16, 1865.|
|Series||Landmarks of science II|
|LC Classifications||Q111 .H35, QK495.A688 .H35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 185-187,  leaf of plates|
|Number of Pages||187|
Aristolochia baetica is very similar to Aristochia sempiverens which occurs in parts of Italy, North Africa and parts of the eastern Mediterranean region. Aristolochia baetica has darker flowers which are more purple in colour, and the leaves of the plant are a blue-green colour. The Giant Dutchman's Pipe Vine Plant (Aristolochia gigantea) is one of the most outrageous flowers in the world, this species from Brazil is huge--over ten inches in length. Each flower displays an intricate pattern of white and mottled reddish brown. The mouth is ringed in black and has a center of golden yellow/5(35).
Widely naturalised in the tropical regions of the world (e.g. Zimbabwe, South Africa, Hawaii, French Polynesia, New Caledonia, Fiji, the Cook Islands and south-eastern USA). Habitat Primarily a weed of rainforests, closed forests, urban bushland, disturbed sites, roadsides, waste areas, waterways and forest margins in tropical and sub-tropical. This qualification is extremely important because some species of Aristolochia, such as elegans and gigantea and many others are not safe to raise caterpillars. The female will oviposit on these, the eggs will hatch, and the cats may even get to their second or third instar, but they die way before they are mature enough to ific name: Aristolochia macrophylla.
On some of our VERY dry years it has a hard time but so does everything.. Like I said, I do not irrigate and my land is onto of a pile of limestone in Central Texas. It is a porous soil. It has survived through 11" annual rain. It grows under live oaks on Bracket soils and leaf litter amended with some compost and Decomposed granite. Positive. Seed Availability. Seeds are not available for the Dutchman's Pipe. Please visit our seed store to view current selections. Seeds were last available in August Description. Fairly fast growing vine, usually to ft, but it can also spread out in all directions.
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Get this from a library. Description of some new and remarkable species of Aristolochia from western tropical Africa. [Joseph Dalton Hooker]. Aristolochia (English: / ə ˌ r ɪ s t ə ˈ l oʊ k i ə /) is a large plant genus with over species that is the type genus of the family members are commonly known as birthwort, pipevine or Dutchman's pipe and are widespread and occur in the most diverse climates.
Some species, like A. utriformis and A. westlandii, are threatened with : Aristolochiaceae. Aristolochia longlinensis (Aristolochiaceae), a New Species from Western Guangxi, China Article (PDF Available) in Novon A Journal for Botanical Nomenclature 23(4).
Statistics. The Plant List includes scientific plant names of species rank for the genus these are accepted species names. The Plant List includes a further scientific plant names of infraspecific rank for the genus do not intend The Plant List to be complete for names of infraspecific rank.
These are primarily included because. Etymology. The scientific name Aristolochia was developed from Ancient Greek aristos (άριστος) "best" + locheia (λοχεία), "childbirth" or "childbed", as in ancient times the plant was thought to be effective against infections caused by species Latin name littoralis means “coastal”.
Description. Aristolochia littoralis is a climbing vine that can reach about 3 Clade: Angiosperms. The genus Aristolochia consists of a labyrinth of subgenera, sections, series and species' complexes evolved in a long evolutionary history.
Due do radiation, extinction, new diversification and hybridization these plants have conquered almost every spot in the world except for the Arctic regions, occupying extremely diverse habitats and displaying a huge variability of flowers.
Taxonomy of Aristolochia species, cultivation and propagation. Hotspots of typical Gymnolobus species can be found in the Mata Atlantica in Espírito Santo, Brazil and presumably in Amazonia. where many species have been described yet but records of unidentifiable and presumably new species continue to appear regularly.
Taxonomic notes on some Aristolochia species in Vietnam. while compiling Vietnam Red Data Book (), the authors listed this species at the vulnerable category (VU A1c) along with a line drawing, a brief description, A new species of Aristolochia subgenus Aristolochia (Aristolochiaceae) from southern Vietnams.
Tropical Africa - drier areas from Senegal to Ethiopia, south to Angola and Mozambique. Habitat Forest grassland, clearings and edges, riverine forest, scrub and bushland, also as a weed in waste places and sisal plantations from sea level to elevations of 1, metres[.
Aristolochia sempervirens. Missouri Botanical Garden. Published on the internet. Accessed: Dec. USDA, ARS, Germplasm Resources Information Network. Aristolochia sempervirens in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S.
Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. Species & ITIS Catalogue of Life. Published on the internet. Accessed: Dec. International Plant Names Index. Aristolochia debilis. Published online. Accessed Dec. 28 The Plant List Aristolochia debilis in The Plant List Version Published on the internet.
Accessed: Dec. Revision of the genus Aristolochia (Aristolochiaceae) in Africa, Madagascar and adjacent islands Article (PDF Available) in Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society (2). Aristolochiaceae (pipevine family) Mark A.
Dimmitt. This is a tropical family of species in the world, of which are in the genus Aristolochia. They are mostly vines with strangely-shaped flowers and foliage that exudes a distinctive, unpleasant odor.
Only a single species occurs in the Sonoran Desert. The Plants Database includes the following 23 species of Aristolochia. Click below on a thumbnail map or name for species profiles. Native Introduced Native and Introduced. Aristolochia anguicida harlequin dutchman's pipe Description of Values.
Value Class Food Cover. Aristolochia gigantea, commonly called Brazilian Dutchman’s pipe or giant pelican flower, is a fast growing woody evergreen twining climber of the birthwort family that produces in early summer unusually large apetalous flowers each having a pouch to 2’ long and 1’ across.
Flowers are burgundy velvet netted with distinctive ivory white veins. Aristolochia quangbinhensis T.V. Do, a new species from Central Vietnam, is described and illustrated.
According to morphology, the species belongs to Aristolochia subgenus Isotrema.A detailed description, along with line drawings, photographs, ecology, distribution, conservation status as well as a comparison to morphologically similar species is by: The type genus of the family Aristolochiaceae, Aristolochia is a tropical genus of about species, mostly herbaceous or woody vines, less frequently herbs or shrubs, with greatest diversity of species in Central and South America (Mesler and Lu, ; Kiew, ; Acevedo-Rodriguez, ; Wagner et al., ).
Aristolochia serpentaria is a species of perennial flowering plant in the Aristolochiaceae (birthwort) family. The species is commonly known as Virginia snakeroot and is native to eastern North America, from Connecticut to southern Michigan and south to Texas and : Aristolochiaceae.
Herbalism, toxicidade e carcinogenicidade. As plantas pertencente ao gênero Aristolochia possuem ácidos aristolóquicos e aristolactams. O ácido aritolóquico para para os seres-humanos através da amamentação, é mutagênico e mostrou-se tão carcinogênico em ratos que as autoridades de saúde da Alemanha baniu diluições homeopáticas até D10 do : Magnoliopsida.
Noteworthy Characteristics. Aristolochia macrophylla is a deciduous, woody, climbing vine that is an eastern American native which typically occurs in the wild in rich, moist woods and along streams.
Can rapidly grow to '. An old-fashioned favorite that is grown for its large, heart-shaped, densely overlapping leaves (" long) which can quickly cover an arbor or trellis. Aristolochia is a large plant genus with over species of shrubs and herbs, many having medicinal tively known as birthworts, pipevines or Dutchman's pipes, they are the namesake of the family (Aristolochiaceae).They are widespread and Division: Magnoliophyta.twolobe dutchman's pipe General Information; Symbol: ARBI5 Group: Dicot Species: Aristolochia bilobata L.
– twolobe dutchman's pipe Subordinate Taxa. Description of Values. Value Class Food.* The Aristolochia vine that cloaks the front of our shop is a giant leaf variant of the species with leaves roughly 30% larger than those of the straight species.
The plants we have for sale are the standard leaf form, whose mature leaves will be roughly 1/2 to 2/3 the size of our large leaf form.