African Plant Database

Agelanthus entebbensis (Sprague) Polhill & Wiens
Information on the genus : Agelanthus
Basionym : Loranthus entebbensis Sprague
Status for TA : accepted (present)
Synonym(s) Homotypic
 Loranthus entebbensis Sprague
 Tapinanthus entebbensis (Sprague) Danser
Ecology and distribution
Trop. Afr.
Biology : Stems spreading to > 1 m; branchlets ± flattened, pubescent, gradually glabrescent; hairs spreading, the longer ones branched, red-brown, shedding first; leaves alternate to opposite; corolla red, banded yellow, with thick basal swelling;[…]
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Ecology : Forest edges, often on Ficus; wooded grassland, often on Combretum.
  1100-2100 m alt. More material needed. Is perhaps only a form of A. keilii (fide Polhill & Wiens 1998: 173); also closely related to A. musozensis.
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carte afrique num 25738
Record n°25738
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