Amydrium Schott sec CATE Araceae, 2009
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Schott 1863. Ann. Mus. Bot. Lugduno-Batavi. 1: 127

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Distinguishing Features

Climbing hemiepiphytes on tree trunks or creeping on forest floor; trichosclereids only sparsely present in vegetative parts; higher order leaf venation completely reticulate; flowers bisexual, ovary 1-locular, placenta 1, intrusive parietal, ovules 2; seeds subglobose to heart-shaped. Notable among Monsteroid genera for the combination of reticulate fine venation and absence of perigone.

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