Guillonea

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Authors: Coss.
Protologue: Nat. Pl. Crit., 1851: 109
Synonyms: No synonyms
Type species: Guillonea scabra
Type species authors: (Cav.) Coss.
Type species synonyms: Laserpitium scabrum Cav.
Number of species: 1
Distribution: Europe (SW: Spain)
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Features: fruits separating into mericarps; elliptic or lanceolate; with carpophore bifid to the base; beak absent; mericarps homomorphic; sparsely pubescent on ribs; 7.0-9.0 mm long; 3.0-6.0 mm broad; terete; with primary and secondary ribs; all primary ribs equal, filiform; mericarp ribs straight; with entire margin; secondary ribs winged; calyx teeth prominent; equal to stylopodium; linear-lanceolate; stylopodia flat or stylopodia low conical; styles medium or styles long; recurved; exocarp cells small; commissure intermediate; inner fibrous mesocarp obsolete; vascular bundles compact; vittae vallecular and commissural; solitary in furrows; two on commissural side; rib sectetory ducts large, present in all ribs; endocarp somewhat lignified; crystals obsolete; endosperm with broad, deep groove on commissural side; embryo with two cotyledons.

Note: parenchyma cells in primary and secondary ribs with lignified walls without pits