Iodes cirrhosa

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Iodes cirrhosa

Description

Woody climber, 5-10(-18) m tall, stem up to 8 cm ø. Branchlets slender, rusty-tomentellous. Leaves ovate to ovate-elliptic, rarely oblong- or obovate-elliptic, apex shortly acuminate and acute by the slightly protruding midrib, base rounded or subcordate, firmly chartaceous, upper surface glabrous except midrib and nerves which bear rather dense soft yellowish erect or obliquely spreading hairs as are found all over the undersurface on midrib, nerves, veins and veinlets (the proper intervenium hairless), forming a ve-lutinous tomentum, 5-15(-18) by 3.5-8(-11.5) cm, nerves 4-6 curved and rather steeply ascending pairs, prominent beneath as are midrib and the transverse veins, reticulation of veinlets dense, a little raised beneath only; Inflorescence all over covered with a short soft rusty.tomentum, the ♂ in much branched and many-flowered, rather lax cymes, 5-15 cm incl the peduncle (1.5-5 cm), the ♀ ones shorter and mostly rather few-flowered, 2-12 cm incl. the peduncle (1-4 cm).

Distribution

Asia-Tropical: Borneo present (Sarawak present); Malaya (Peninsular Malaysia present); Maluku (Maluku); Philippines (Philippines present); Sulawesi (Sulawesi present); Sumatera (Sumatera present); Thailand (Thailand present), Banka present, Burma present, East & West-coast present, Johore present, Khasia present, Malacca present, Padang present, Palawan present, Perak present, SE. Asia present, Selangor present, W. & E. Java present, W. & N. Borneo present
SE. Asia (Khasia, Burma, Thailand, Indo-China); in Malesia: Sumatra (East & West-coast, Padang), Banka, Malay Peninsula (Perak, Selangor, Johore, Malacca), W. & E. Java, Borneo (Sarawak, W. & N. Borneo), Philippines (Palawan), Celebes, possibly in the Moluccas.

Citation

DAHL 1952: p. 274. – In: J. Arn. Arb. f. 65
Merr. 1921: En. Born. p 356
MAST. 1875 – In: Hook.f., Fl. Br. Ind. 1. p 596
TURCZ. 1970 – In: Fl. Thail. p 86
BECC. 1877 – In: Malesia. p 124
HASSK. 1873 – In: DC., Prod. 17. p 22
HASSK. 1904 – In: Bull. Inst. Bot. Btzg. p 40
King 1895 – In: J. As. Soc. Beng. p 128
GAGNEP. 1948: Fl. Gén. I.-C. p 757
HEINE 1951 – In: Fedde, Rep. 54. p 238
SLEUM. 1940 – In: Notizbl. Berl.-Dahl. p 250
HEINE 1953: Pfl. d. Samml. Clemens Kinabalu. p 58
BRANDIS 1906: Ind. Trees. p 154
GAGNEP. 1911 – In: Fl. Gen. I.-C. p 844
Ridl. 1922 – In: Fl. Mal. Pen. p 435
Koord. 1898: Minah. p 393
BECC. 1877 – In: Malesia. p 124
Miq. 1877 – In: For. Fl. Burma. p 243
Miq. 1856 – In: Fl. Ind. Bat. p 795
MAST. 1875 – In: Hook.f., Fl. Br. Ind. 1. p 596
DAHL 1952 – In: J. Arn. Arb. p 274
DAHL 1952 – In: J. Arn. Arb. p 274
KURZ 1875 – In: J. As. Soc. Beng. p 137
R. BR. 1852: p. 243. – In: Benn. & Brown, Pl. Jav. Rar. t. 48
KURZ 1877 – In: For. Fl. Burma. p 243
CRAIB 1926 – In: Fl. Siam. En. p 276
BAILL. 1863: p. 364. – In: Adansonia. in text
HASSK. 1905 – In: Bull. Inst. Bot. Btzg. p 106
KURZ 1875 – In: J. As. Soc. Beng. p 156
HOCHR. 1904: Pl. Bog. Exs. p 18
BACK. 1911: Schoolfl. Java. Addenda adp. 229
KOORD.-SCHUM. 1912 – In: Syst. Verz. p 5
SLEUM. 1969 – In: Blumea. p 221
Koord. 1912 – In: Exk. Fl. Java. p 532
BACK. & BAKH.f. 1965 – In: Fl. Java. p 62
AMSH. 1948 – In: Back., Bekn. Fl. Java, (em. ed.), 6. fam. 135, p. 7