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VI. Subfam. Lamioideae Harley (2003)
Subfam. Stachyoideae (Dumort.) Luerss. (1882); Briq. in Engl. & Prantl (1895) et auct. mult., p.p., typ. incl.
Subfam. Prasioideae (Benth.) Thomé (1889)
Subfam. Pogostemonoideae P.D. Cantino, Harley & Wagstaff in Harley & Reynolds (1992).
Shrubs, tomentose with branched and simple hairs; leaves elongate, toothed, shortly petiolate; inflorescence thyrsoid, dense with up to 5-flowered cymes; bracts much smaller than the leaves, broadly ovate, deciduous; calyx 5-lobed (3/2), lobes subequal or anterior larger; corolla weakly 2-lipped, 4-lobed (1/3), purple to red, posterior lip short, scarcely hooded, entire; stamens exserted, anthers wider than long, appearing transversally dehiscent, thecae confluent; stigma-lobes subequal; nutlets rostrate and hooked at apex, with branched hairs and sessile glands. Two spp., mostly secondary forests and mountain slopes, S and C China.
Native to:36 China
PublicationRostrinucula Kudo, Mem. Fac. Sci. Taihoku Imp. Univ. 2: 304 (1929); Ying et al., The endemic genera of seed plants of China: 495-497 (1993).
Species found in RBG Kew living collections
1985-4257 Rostrinucula dependens (Rehder) Kudo N GUIZ 18 F TH 28 BAY 29 : TRO_N SEED : TRO_N 1 R6 1985-8472 Rostrinucula dependens (Rehder) Kudo N GUIZ 18 F 335 02 2000-329 Rostrinucula dependens (Rehder) Kudo N GUIZ 18 F 335 02 2000-330 Rostrinucula dependens (Rehder) Kudo N GUIZ 18 F 335 02
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