Lysiana subfalcata (Hook.) Barlow
Barlow, B.A. (1963) Proc. Linn. Soc. New South Wales 88: 141.
Aerial stem-parasitic shrub. Epicortical runners absent.
Leaf blades about 3-8 x 0.5-3 cm, petioles about 1-4 mm long. Lateral veins run almost the full length of the leaf blade.
Flowers borne in a pedunculate, 2-flowered umbel. Peduncles about 1-3 mm long, pedicels about 3-7 mm long. Free calyx about 0.5-0.7 mm long, without any obvious lobes or slightly toothed at the apex, teeth about 0.5 mm long. Corolla curved, about 25-45 mm long. Anthers about 5-7 mm long, filaments green about 3-5 mm long. Pollen cream to white. Ovary glabrous, about 2-4 mm long. Style + stigma about 37 mm long. Stigma globular.
Fruits ellipsoidal, about 8-12 x 3-7 mm, calyx forming a distinct collar below the apex. Style remnant about 1 mm long, persistent at the apex. Seeds green, about 10-11 x 4.5-5 mm with a cream beak at the apex. Testa with pale longitudinal lines visible on the surface. Embryo straight, about 7 mm long. Cotyledons about 4.5-5 mm long. Radicle green, about 2 mm long with finger-like backward-pointing processes on the surface.
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