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Tapinanthus farmari (Sprague) Danser
Informations sur le genre : Tapinanthus
Basionyme : Loranthus farmari Sprague
Statut pour TA : accepté (présent)
Synonyme(s) homotypique(s)
 Loranthus farmari Sprague
Ecologie et distribution
Afr. Trop.
Biologie : Bushy shrub with spreading stems to c. 1 m; branchlets glabrous to velutinous; leaves petiolate, coriaceous, green, lanceolate-ovate; corolla-tube bright red, paler and greenish above, whitish inside; bud-heads green,[…]
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Ecologie : Coastal bushland, wooded grassland; disturbed places, also in cultivations as a pest; on various hosts (e. g. Dalbergia ecastophyllum, cacao commonly).
  Similar to T. belvisii, but with smaller flowers, very small points on bud-heads and longer leaf petiole (5-15 mm, not 3-7 mm). T. belvisii occurs in more humid areas, to the West.
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