Amyema luzonensis

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Amyema luzonensis


Glabrous except for the inflorescence and flowers sparsely tomentose. Leaves quaternate; lamina oblong to obovate, 1-6 by 0.8-2 cm, truncate or rounded at the base, sessile, rounded at the apex, glossy above, dull below; venation pinnate with the midrib and the main laterals faintly visible above and the midrib prominent below. Inflorescences at the nodes, pedunculate mostly 4-rayed umbels of triads usually with all flowers pedicellate but sometimes with the central flowers and very rarely the lateral flowers sessile; peduncle 7-30 mm long; rays 1-4 mm long; pedicels 0-2 mm long.


Luzon present
Malesia: Philippines (Luzon).


Closely related to Amyema benguetensis and A. rhytidoderma; for discussion see .