Weinmannia luzoniensis

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Weinmannia luzoniensis


Tree 8-20 m high, 10-50 cm dbh. Leaves imparipinnate with 2-3(-4) pairs of lateral leaflets; Stipules suborbicular, up to 1.7 by 2.2 cm. Inflorescence usually 4 dyads or tetrads, sometimes a few successive nodes flowering simultaneously; Flowers unisexual and plants dioecious; Capsule with valves 2-2.7 by 1.3-1.5 mm at dehiscence; Seeds c. 0.7 mm long, comose at both ends, the hairs to 1 mm long.


Asia-Tropical: Philippines (Philippines present), Luzon present, Mindanao present
Malesia: Philippines (Luzon and one record from Mindanao).


. Fairly common in some localities in the mountains of Luzon.


2. Flowers described as yellowish or red (Conklin & Buwaya PNH 80387). 1 A distinctive species, because of the combination of a rhomboidal terminal leaflet and longish hairs on several organs (pilose).


Bernardi 1964 – In: Bot. Jahrb. Syst.: 172
Merr. 1923 – In: Enum. Philipp. Flow. Pl.: 225
H.C. Hopkins 1998: Adansonia: 58: f. 6A-C, 7