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Englerina inaequilatera (Engl.) Gilli
Information on the genus : Englerina
Basionym : Loranthus inaequilaterus Engl.
 
 
Status
Status for TA : accepted (present)
 
Synonym(s) Homotypic
 Loranthus inaequilaterus Engl.
 Tapinanthus inaequilaterus (Engl.) Danser
 
Synonym(s) Heterotypic
=Loranthus lukwangulensis Engl.
=Tapinanthus lukwangulensis (Engl.) Danser
=Tapinanthus tenuifolius (Engl.) Danser
=Loranthus tenuifolius Engl.
=Englerina tenuifolius (Engl.) Gilli
 
Ecology and distribution
Trop. Afr.
Biology : Shrub with spreading stems to c. 1 m; twigs slightly compressed, scurfy pubescent to glabrous; leaves thin, dull pale green, often coppery reddish when young; corolla yellow to red, with V-slit to the base; lobes erect, long.
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Ecology : Montane rain-forest and abundant at edges, extending down to drier forest and forest-woodland transition zones; on a wide range of hosts (e. g. Dodonaea ! in forest; Protea, Buddleja, Rhamnus, Jasminum in transition zone;[…]
  Very variable; divergence linked with e. g. habitat: size and growth form of plants, size, shape and colour of leaves; colour of unripe fruit (green or white); form of indumentum on twigs; colour of flowers […]
 
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