Iconography of Candolleaceous Plants

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Iconography of Candolleaceous Plants
by Ferdinand von Müller
Provenance: Transcribed from original source

I C O N O G R A P H Y



OF



CANDOLLEACEOUS PLANTS,



BY



BARON FERD. VON MUELLER, K.C.M.G., M. & Ph.D., LL.D., F.R.S.,

GOVERNMENT BOTANIST FOR THE COLONY OF VICTORIA.



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"Ratione fecit Dominus opera sua ab initio, et iis conditis bene ea omnia disposuit."—Sirach xvi, 25.
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first decade.



By Authority:
ROBT. S. BRAIN, GOVERNMENT PRINTER, MELBOURNE.
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1892.




Candollea crossocephala.

F. v. Mueller, Census of Australian Plants 85 (1882).


 1, sections of leaves.

 2, bracts.

 3, young flowers.

 4, expanded flower, quiescent.

 5, longitudinal section of a flower.

 6, a corolla-lobe.

 7, summit of gynostemium.

 8, pollen-grains.

 9, fruit.

10, longitudinal section of a fruit.

11, transverse section of a fruit.

12, dissepiment with seeds, separate.

13, simple and glandule-bearing hairlets.

                     All enlarged, but to various extent.

ICP1 Candollea crossocephala.jpg






Candollea debilis.

F. v. Mueller, Census of Australian Plants 86 (1882).


 1, a raceme.

 2, leaves.

 3, a flower in bud.

 4, a flower expanded.

 5, summit of gynostemium.

 6, pollen-grains.

 7, a corolla-lobe.

 8, labellum with its appendages.

 9, a fruit.

10, transverse section of a fruit.

11, longitudinal section of a fruit.

12, dissepiment with seeds, separate.

13, a seed.

14, transverse section of a seed.

15, longitudinal section of a seed, showing the embryo.

                     All enlarged, but to various extent.

ICP2 Candollea debilis.jpg






Candollea disperma.

F. v. Mueller, Census of Australian Plants 86 (1882).


 1, flowering branchlet.

 2, sections of leaves.

 3, sections of a stem.

 4, glandule-bearing hairlets.

 5, flower in bud.

 6, flower, expanding.

 7, part of gynostemium, young.

 8, pollen-grains.

 9, flower, expanded.

10, labellum and appendages.

11, anthers and stigmas, seen from above.

12, longitudinal section of a fruit.

13, transverse section of a fruit.

14, a seed.

15, transverse section of a seed.

                     All enlarged, but to various extent.

ICP3 Candollea disperma.jpg






Candollea eglandulosa.

F. v. Mueller, Census of Australian Plants 86 (1882).


 1, section of a leaf.

 2, portion of stem with a bract.

 3, flowers in bud.

 4, an expanded flower.

 5, summit of gynostemium.

 6, pollen-grains.

 7, labellum with its appendages.

 8, a fruit.

 9, longitudinal section of a fruit.

10, dissepiment with seeds, separate.

11, a seed.

12, transverse section of a seed, showing the embryo.

                     All enlarged, but to various extent.

ICP4 Candollea eglandulosa.jpg






Candollea eriorrhiza.

F. v. Mueller, Census of Australian Plants 86 (1882).


 1, leaves.

 2, unexpanded flower with pedicel and bract.

 3, anthers and stigmas, variously seen.

 4, pollen-grains.

 5, expanded flower.

 6, part of a flower, showing the labellum and its appendages.

 7, fruit-bearing branchlet.

 8, matured fruit.

 9, transverse section of a fruit.

10, longitudinal section of a fruit.

11, dissepiment with seeds, separate.

12, seeds with their funicles.

13, transverse section of a seed.

14, longitudinal section of a seed, showing the embryo.

15, hairlets of the basal indument.

                     All enlarged, but to various extent.

ICP5 Candollea eriorhiza.jpg






Candollea fasciculata.

F. v. Mueller, Census of Australian Plants 86 (1882).


 1, sections of leaves.

 2, bracts.

 3, unexpanded flowers.

 4, expanded flowers.

 5, anthers and stigmas with papillular hairlets.

 6, pollen-grains.

 7, a fruit.

 8, longitudinal section of a fruit.

 9, dissepiment and seeds, separate.

10, axis severed, with its seeds and their funicles.

11, transverse section of a fruit.

12, seeds.

13, transverse section of a seed.

14, longitudinal section of a seed, showing the embryo.

                     All enlarged, but to various extent.

ICP6 Candollea fasciculata.jpg






Candollea juncea.

F. v. Mueller, Census of Australian Plants 85 (1882).


 1, sections of leaves.

 2, bracts.

 3, portion of stem with a bract.

 4, flowers in bud, with their stalklets and bracts.

 5, expanded flower.

 6, anthers and stigmas.

 7, pollen-grains.

 8, fruits, one burst open.

 9, dissepiment with seeds, separate.

10, seeds.

11, transverse section of a seed.

12, longitudinal section of a seed, showing the embryo.

                     All enlarged, but to various extent.

ICP7 Candollea juncea.jpg






Candollea limbata.

F. v. Mueller, Census of Australian Plants 86 (1882).


 1, sections of leaves.

 2, flower in bud.

 3, summit of gynostemium.

 4, pollen-grains.

 5, expanded flower, the gynostemium stretched upwards.

 6, labellum with its appendages.

 7, a fruit.

 8, longitudinal section of a fruit.

 9, dissepiment with seeds, separate.

10, a seed.

11, transverse section of a seed.

12, longitudinal section of a seed, showing the embryo.

                     All enlarged, but to various extent.

ICP8 Candollea limbata.jpg






Candollea reduplicata.

F. v. Mueller, Census of Australian Plants 85 (1882).


 1, rudimentary outside leaf.

 2, sections of ordinary leaves.

 3, section of stem.

 4, flowers in bud.

 5, a flower of large form, only slightly magnified.

 6, anthers and stigmas, variously seen.

 7, pollen-grains.

 8, labellum with appendages.

 9, fruit.

10, fruit, burst open.

11, dissepiment with seeds, separate.

12, seeds.

13, transverse section of a seed.

14, longitudinal section of a seed, showing the embryo.

15, glandule-bearing hairlets.

16, simple hairlets.

                     All enlarged, but to various extent.

ICP9 Candollea reduplicata.jpg






Candollea serrulata.

Labillardière in Annales du Muséum d'histoire naturelle vi., 454, t. 63 (1805).


 1, sections of leaves.

 2, flowers in bud.

 3, glandule-bearing hairlets.

 4, flower, expanding.

 5, gynostemium.

 6, pollen-grains.

 7, expanded flowers, quiescent.

 8, anthers and stigmas, seen from above.

 9, coronular appendages.

10, flower in advanced state, the gynostemium stretched upwards.

11, fruits, one burst.

12, transverse section of a fruit.

13, longitudinal section of a fruit.

14, dissepiment and seeds, separate.

15, seeds.

16, transverse section of a seed.

17, longitudinal section of a seed, showing the embryo.

                     All enlarged, but to various extent.

ICP10 Candollea serrulata.jpg






C O N T E N T S .
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Candollea crossocephala.

                 debilis.

                 disperma.

                 eglandulosa.

                 eriorrhiza.

 

Candollea fasciculata.

                 juncea.

                 limbata.

                 reduplicata.

                 serrulata.