Published May 1997
by American Society of Plant Taxonomists .
Written in English
|Contributions||Thomas F. Daniel (Editor), Karin Douthit (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||313|
Distribution. Stigmaphyllon phyllon comprises 92 species of mostly twining woody vines or rarely shrubs native to the Neotropics from southern Mexico to northern Argentina, except Chile and the high Andes; 13 species occur in the West species (S. bannisterioides) is also found in seashore vegetation along the Atlantic Coast from southern Mexico to northern Brazil, in the Family: Malpighiaceae. References: Anderson, C. Monograph of Stigmaphyllon (Malpighiaceae). Syst. Bot. Monogr. Anderson, W. R. & C. Anderson. Review of Malpighiaceae. Check Index Nominum Genericorum for Stigmaphyllon Cite as: USDA, Agricultural Research Service, National Plant Germplasm System. Germplasm . A monograph is a specialist work of writing (in contrast to reference works) or exhibition on a single subject or an aspect of a subject, often by a single author or artist, and usually on a scholarly subject.. In library cataloging, monograph has a broader meaning, that of a nonserial publication complete in one volume (book) or a definite number of volumes.
Stigmaphyllon comprises 90 species, including two varieties. Two species, S. boliviense and S. carautae are newly described. The often extensive nomenclature is reviewed for each taxon. Anderson CE () Monograph of Stigmaphyllon (Malpighiaceae). Systematic Botany Monographs. Book. Jan ; IUCN; View. Stigmaphyllon caatingicola (Malpighiaceae), a new species. Monographs for both subgenera were presented by Anderson (, ). Most Neotropical species of Stigmaphyllon are woody vines to shrubs with long-petiole (rarely short), elliptical to. I have assumed you are asking this question from an academic angle. So hope this helps. A monograph is a specialist book on a single subject written by one author. For example: Jai Arjun Singh's monograph on the film Jane Bhi Do Yaaro, Jane Bhi.
My monograph of Stigmaphyllon (Ander- son, a) includes 90 species, distributed in the West Indies and throughout Latin America from southern Mexico to northern Argentina, except in Chile. Stigmaphyllon occidentale is described and illustrated. This species belongs to the S. paralias complex and can be differentiated by indumentum, leaf, floral and fruit morphology. This work includes a full morphological description for the new species, along with illustrations, a distribution map, comments on conservation assessment, ecology and taxonomy, and a table distinguishing S. Diagnosis. Stigmaphyllon patricianum-firmenichianum is most similar to Stigmaphyllon discolor (Gand.) on and Stigmaphyllon mcphersonii on in the tomentose vesture of the abaxial surface of the blade which differentiates them from the other New Caledonia Stigmaphyllon phyllon patricianum-firmenichianum differs from Stigmaphyllon discolor by the . Anderson, C. Seven new species of Stigmaphyllon (Malpighiaceae) from Brazil. Contr. Univ. Michigan Herb. 7– Anderson, C. a. Stigmaphyllon bannisterioides, the correct name for a well-known species of Stigmaphyllon (Malpighiaceae). Taxon – Anderson, C. b. Two new species of Stigmaphyllon (Malpighiaceae) from Peru.