Tseboneae L. Gaut. & Naciri,

Laurent Gautier, Yamama Naciri, Arne A. Anderberg, Jenny E. E. Smedmark, Richard Randrianaivo & Ulf Swenson, 2013, A new species, genus and tribe of Sapotaceae, endemic to Madagascar, Taxon 62 (5), pp. 972-983: 979

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.12705/625.17

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5621904

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/412DDC36-FFB9-F02A-FF18-0E0F834FFB09

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Plazi

scientific name

Tseboneae L. Gaut. & Naciri,
status

stat. nov.

Tseboneae L. Gaut. & Naciri,   stat. nov.

≡ Tseboninae Baehni

in Boissiera 11: 104. 1965 – Type: Tsebona Capuron.  

Trees with white latex, alternate leaves, and caducous stipules; calyx lobes 5, quincuncial; corolla lobes 5, entire, contorted, overlapping to the right; stamens 5, or 15 organized in bundles of 3, opposite each corolla lobe; staminodes 5, villous; seed scar adaxial; embryo with plano-convex cotyledons; endosperm absent.

Three genera endemic to Madagascar: Bemangidia   with one or possibly two species, Capurodendron   with 23 known species, and the monotypic genus Tsebona   .