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Maccani
Ceropegia

Endangered

Unknown

Maccani Ceropegia

Ceropegia maccannii

Maccani Ceropegia is an erect perennial herb 3-4 feet tall. Leaves are ovate-lanceshaped, hairy above, hairlsess below. Flowers are small, borne in clusters of 6-10. Flowers are white to purplish grey outside, dark purple inside. Lobes are obovate, pointed at tips, creamy white to yellow outside, yellowish-orange inside, hairless, fused at tips forming a minute obovate or obconic head. Outer corona is cup-shaped, 5–lobed, each with a short notch in the middle or slightly bifid, hairy. Pollen masses yellow.

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GENTIANALES
ASCLEPIADACEAE
Ceropegia maccannii

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