Chamaesciadium

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Authors: C.A.Mey.
Protologue: No protologue
Synonyms: No synonyms
Type species: Chamaesciadium flavescens
Type species authors: C.A.Mey.
Type species synonyms: Bunium acaule M.Bieb.
Number of species: 1
Distribution: Asia (the Caucasus, SW)
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Features: fruits separating into mericarps; ovate; with carpophore bifid to the middle; beak absent; mericarps homomorphic; glabrous; 3.5-4.0 mm long; 0.9-1.1 mm broad; terete; with primary ribs; all primary ribs equal, keeled; mericarp ribs straight; with entire margin; calyx teeth obsolete; stylopodia flat or stylopodia low conical; styles medium; recurved; exocarp cells small; commissure narrow, exocarp almost reaches carpophore; inner fibrous mesocarp obsolete; mesocarp parenchyma not lignified; vascular bundles compact; situated in primary rib bases; vittae vallecular and commissural; 2–5 in each furrow; 4–10 on commissural side; rib sectetory ducts small, present in all ribs; endocarp not lignified; endosperm flat, slightly convex or slightly concave on commissural side; embryo with two cotyledons.