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updated: 01/19/11 

Irlbachia A-N IMAGES
(Gentianaceae: Helieae: Irlbachia)

Irlbachia images A-N, O-Z

Irlbachia cardonae

Guyana

Voucher: Maas 5800

photo: Paul J. M. Maas

Note: 6-merous flowers is unusual, most flowers are 5-merous

 

 

Irlbachia cardonae

Guyana

Voucher: Maas 5800

photo: Paul J. M. Maas

 

Irlbachia cardonae

Guyana

Voucher: Maas 5800

photo: Paul J. M. Maas

Note: The inflorescence is on a much longer stalk than I. nemorosa. This photos shows the height variation in this high-altitude species.

Irlbachia cardonae

Guyana

Voucher: Maas 5800

photo: Paul J. M. Maas

 

Irlbachia cardonae

Note: long-pedunculate inflorescence

Drawing from Flora of Venezuelan Guayana (Gentianaceae by Struwe et al., 1999). Artist: Bruno Manara. Missouri Botanical GardenMore images from this flora

(click here for high resolution picture)

Irlbachia nemorosa

Brazil

photo: Carol Gracie

Note: Very short corolla tube, anthers and style exserted from corolla mouth.

 

Irlbachia nemorosa

Brazil, Acre

Voucher: Maas 8959

photo: Paul J. M. Maas

 

Irlbachia nemorosa

Brazil, Acre

Voucher: Maas 8959

photo: Paul J. M. Maas

 

Irlbachia nemorosa

Brazil, Acre

Voucher: Maas 8959

photo: Paul J. M. Maas

 

Irlbachia nemorosa

Natural variation in Irlbachia nemorosa species-complex, note especially differences in leaf shape and size.

photo: Paul J. M. Maas

 
 

Irlbachia nemorosa

Drawing from Flora of Venezuelan Guayana (Gentianaceae by Struwe et al., 1999). Artist: Bruno Manara. Missouri Botanical Garden. More images from this flora

(click here for high resolution picture)

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