Selliguea pampolycarpa

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Selliguea pampolycarpa


Asia-Tropical: New Guinea present
Malesia: New Guinea.


Apparently a rare species, but easily overlooked and confused with narrow forms of Selliguea enervis. The short internodes, the long, spathulate fronds which are very gradually narrowed into, usually, a short indistinct stipe, but particularly the distinct ridges on the upper side of the costa are characteristic. In many collections the apex of the long fronds is missing.