Aristolochia coadunata var. coadunata

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Aristolochia coadunata var. coadunata


Scandent, high liana, 10-50 m long. Leaves subco-riaceous, ovate-oblong to lanceolate, rarely ovate, 7.5-33 by 4-12 cm; Inflorescences in axils of foliage leaves, rarely cauligerous, solitary or fasciculate, racemiform, up to 2 cm long, pubescent; Stamens 6; Fruit unknown.


Asia-Tropical: Sumatera (Sumatera present), Berastagi present, G. Pendil on Mt Idjen present, Mt Kawi present, Mt Kerintji present, Mt Lawu, above Pudjon present, Mts Malabar & Pa-pandajan present, Priangan present, SE. Mt Smeru present, West to East Java present
Malesia: Sumatra (Berastagi; Mt Kerintji), West to East Java (PrianganMts Malabar & Pa-pandajan; Mt Lawu, above Pudjon, probably Mt Kawi, SE. Mt Smeru, G. Pendil on Mt Idjen).


Closely allied to the Himalayan A. sacca-ta WALL. from which it differs by the smaller, non-saccate flowers which have the perianth tube in close contact with the utricle.