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Mitrasacme

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Mitrasacme is a genus of plants in the family Loganiaceae. Around 40 species occur,[1] mostly in Australia, though also extending to various parts of Asia and the Pacific Islands. Two species also occur in China.

The name comes from the Greek, alluding to “the highest point of the mitre”. As the fruit capsule has an alleged resemblance to a mitre.

Selected species

References

  1. ^ "Mitrasacme". PlantNET - NSW Flora Online retrieved September 22nd, 2010.
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Mitrasacme: Brief Summary

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Mitrasacme is a genus of plants in the family Loganiaceae. Around 40 species occur, mostly in Australia, though also extending to various parts of Asia and the Pacific Islands. Two species also occur in China.

The name comes from the Greek, alluding to “the highest point of the mitre”. As the fruit capsule has an alleged resemblance to a mitre.

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