Swaziland's Alien Plants Database

Anredera baselloides 
BASELLACEAE
Unknown, Potential minor problem species
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Growth Form: Climber
Plant Description: Stems climbing, slender and often reddish. Leaves subsessile or with petiole to 1-(2) cm long, commonly with small irregular tubers in their axils. Lamina 2-11-(13) x 1.75-10-(11) cm, broadly ovate, often involute, scarcely succulent to succulent according to degree of exposure, shining; base subcordate or cordate; apex obtuse. Racemes simple or 2-4-branched, pendent, to ca 18 cm long excluding common peduncle, with numerous small, white, fragrant flowers. Pedicels 2-3 mm long; bracts 1.5-1.8 mm long, lanceolate-subulate. Lower bracteoles 0.5-1 mm long, cupulate; upper bracteoles ca 2-2.5 mm long, suborbicular. Tepals 2-3 mm long, elliptic-oblong to broadly elliptic. Filaments narrow-triangular, widely divergent, bending outwards near base. Style 1, shorter than stamens; branches 1/2-3/4 length of fused part; stigmas clavate.
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