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12. prod. 1. 458. BRACHYSTELMA. Corolla campanulata, sinubus angulatis. Columna inclusa. Corona monophylla, quinquefida: lobis antheris oppositis, dorso simplicibus. Antheræ absque membranâ apiculari. Massæ pollinis erectæ, basi insertæ. Brown in Curtis’s magaz. 2343. Brachystelma tuberosum. Brown 1. c. Stapelia tuberosa. Meerb. ic. t. 54. fig. 1. Tuber rotundum. Caulis suffruticens, ramosus; rami teretes, villosi. Folia opposita, membranacea, lineari-lanceolata, concava, margine et carinâ ciliatis.

51. tab. 62. Caudex nucleus brevis basi stoloniferus. Folia multifaria, infernè se invicem convoluto-complectentia, indè divergentia, lorito-lanceolata cuspidata glabra basi purpurascentia margine dentato-spinosa dentibus ustulato-nigricantibus, longiora 14-15-uncialia latitudine parum infra triuncialem. Caulis simplex, subsesquipedatis, strictus, crassitudine digiti, subflexuosus, albo-farinosus, cylindraceus, tectus bracteis erectis spathaceis sparsim imbricantibus semiamplexicaulibus membranosis obsoletè rubidis lanceolatis 3-4-uncialibus, superioribus latioribus confertioribus integerrimis spicam partìm comprehendentibus.

Colvill’s Nursery. A new asclepiadeous genus from the pen of the able reformer of that natural order. Every one will be struck by the primâ facie resemblance it bears to STAPELIA. “Corolla campanulate, with angular sinuses. Column inclosed. Crown 1-leaved, 5-cleft: lobes opposite to the anthers, unappendaged at the back. Anthers without the membranous apex. Pollen masses upright, inserted by their base. “Tuber round. Stem subshrubby, branching; branches round, villous. Leaves opposite, membranous, linearly lanceolate, concave, ciliate at the edge and keel.

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