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Hoffmannii Klotzsch. Glabrous, woody lianas, pseudostipules absent. Leaves 7-15 × 3-7 cm, oblong to obovate, green, the apex acuminate, the base truncate to slightly cordate; petiole 1-2 cm. Flowers in open rhipidia either in the axils of leaves or from the base of the stem, ovary and pedicel 3 cm; calyx 7-10 cm, bent, purple-brown to red-purple, the tube funnelform, unilabiate, acute. gynostemium description? Capsules 10-15 cm, acropetal, the valves held together by persistent lattice-like septa, seed winged.
1. Procumbent or sprawling herbs fro m a thick taproot; gynostemium 5-lobed; ovary and capsule 5-loculate. Flora Mesoamericana, Volume 2 (2), Aristolochiaceae, page 2 of 14 2. Calyx straight; Stems twining; petiols 2-5 cm. 27. A. pentandra 2. Calyx bent; stems procumbent; petioles 1-2 cm. 3. Calyx limb acute; gynostemium stalked. 29. A. variifolia 3. Calyx limb with a linear appendage; gynostemium subsessile. 28. A. nelsonii 1. Shrubs or twining lianas; gynostemium 3- or 6-lobed; ovary and capsule 3 or 6loculate.
Leaves distinctly spirally arranged, strongly imbricate, rigid and broadly lanceolate. 1. A. araucana 1. Leaves in weak spirals , weakly imbricate to spreading, thin, soft and narrowly lanceolate. 2. A. angustifolia 1. ) Kuntze, Revis. Gen. Pl. 3: 375 (1893). , Opusc. Sci. 3: 411 (1819). n. Trees 30-40 m with a straight bole; whorls of branches on its top 2/5ths. Branches formally arranged; terminating in a distinct upward turn. Foliage in weak whorls, their arrangement on the branch appearing increasingly flattened, only weakly imbricate.