Iphigenia indica

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Iphigenia indica


Leaves linear-lanceolate, often with a single conspicuous vein and 2-8 rather inconspicuous ones, the longest c. 10-40 cm long, up to 6 mm wide, the shortest often less than a quarter of the length of the longest; Flowers 1-3. Ovary obovoid to ovoid, c. 1.5-2.5 mm long; Capsule c. 10-20 mm long;


Asia-Tropical: India present; Jawa (Jawa present); New Guinea present; Philippines (Philippines present); Thailand (Thailand present), Australasia: Northern Territory (Northern Territory present); Queensland (Queensland present), Ceylon present, Indramayu present, Lake Toba present, Lesser Sunda Is present, Luzon present, Madura I present, Mindanao present, N. Sumatra present, S. China present, Surabaja present, Timor present, W. Australia present, Wetar present
Ceylon, India to Thailand, S. China, in Malesia rare: N. Sumatra (Lake Toba), Java (Indramayu in W, Surabaja and Madura I. in E), the Lesser Sunda Is. (Timor and Wetar), Philippines (Luzon, Mindanao), New Guinea, and Australia ( W. Australia, Northern Territory and Queensland).


Baker 1880 – In: J. Linn. Soc. Bot.: 450
Wall. 1832: p. 37. – In: Pl. As. Rar.: t. 259
Laut. 1913 – In: Bot. Jahrb.: 292
Hook.f. 1892 – In: Fl. Br. Ind.: 357
Bailey 1902 – In: Queensl. Fl.: 1641
F.v.M. 1885 – In: Descr. Not.: 18
Bth. 1878 – In: Fl. Austr.: 31
Miq. 1859 – In: Fl. Ind. Bat.: 552
Krause 1925 – In: Bot. Jahrb.: 548
Back. 1924 – In: Handb. Fl. Java: 51
Back. & Bakh.f. 1968 – In: Fl. Java: 85
Merr. 1922 – In: En. Philip.: 202