Marsdenia paludicola P.I.Forst.
Forster, P.I. (1995) Australian Systematic Botany 8(5): 734. Type: Queensland. Cultivated plant originally from Maloneys Springs, Dec. 1991, D. J. Liddle; holo: BRI; iso: QRS.
A slender vine not exceeding a stem diameter of 2 cm.
Twigs and petioles produce a milky exudate. Leaf blades about 5.5-8.5 x 3-4.5 cm, sometimes much larger. Petioles about 1.5-2.5 cm long. About 10-13 colleters (small finger-like glands) present on the upper surface of the midrib near its junction with the petiole. Twigs, petioles and the underside of the leaf blades densely clothed in hairs. Small glands resembling tiny stipules present on the twigs between the petiole bases. A small dark gland usually visible at the apex of the leaf blade.
Inflorescence a condensed raceme. Flowers about 10-15 mm diam., pedicels up to 8-9 mm long. Sepals about 6 mm long, outer surface clothed in erect hairs. Corolla tube about 5 mm long, lobes about 6 mm long. Staminal corona consists of 5 triangular lobes each about 3 mm long. 'Stigma' conical, about 4-5 mm long, shortly 2-lobed at the apex. Pollen aggregated in pollinia.
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