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F. 1984. Berberidopsis (Flacourtiaceae) in Australia. Blumea 30:21–29. Warburg, O. 1894. Flacourtiaceae. , Die natürlichen Pﬂanzenfamilien III, 6a. Leipzig: W. Engelmann. pp. 1–56. ) L. Beauvis. ex Nakai in Bull. Tokyo Sci. Mus. 22:25 (1948). L. Weitzman, K. F. Stevens More or less subpachycaulous small to mediumsized trees and shrubs. Leaves convolute, spiral, crowded towards apex of branches, with close, ascending lateral veins, margins serrulate, initially setulose, estipulate; petiole short or 0.
1994). Pollen Morphology. Pollen of Aphanopetalum is tricolporate, prolate, fully tectate; the endoaperture is simple-diffuse; the rugulate-stellate sculpture is unique in Saxifragaceae/Cunoniaceae (Hideux and Ferguson 1976). Embryology. The anther has a ﬁbrous endothecium and a tapetum of 2–3 cells. The ovules have a long, thick funiculus, and are bitegmic and anatropous. Afﬁnities and Phylogeny. Until recently, the systematic relationships of Aphanopetalum were unclear. Hoogland (1960) and Dickison (1980b) noted that this genus was out of place in Cunoniaceae.