Archidendron ser. Bellae

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Archidendron ser. Bellae


Leaf: Stipules or stipular scars absent (stipules present in one species). Inflorescences erect, cauliflorous or terminal, consisting of few-flowered umbels or branched racemes; Flowers male and female, or bisexual. Ovaries 2-8 per flower, sessile. Seeds black.


Asia-Tropical: New Guinea endemic
Malesia: 4 species, all endemic to New Guinea.


Of two species the fruit is not yet known. The series is characterized by large leaves with leaflets drying chestnut-brown and with strong raised densely reticulate veins.
See for the Keys to the species: 1: flowering, and 2: fruiting material).