Jacquemontia pringlei A. Gray  
Family: Convolvulaceae
Pringle's clustervine
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Anthony Mendoza  
Plant: perennial vine; stems pubescent with 4-6-armed stellate trichomes, rarely glabrate Leaves: broadly ovate to ovate, 2-6.5 cm long, 1.5-4.8 cm wide, the base shallowly cordate to truncate, the apex acute or less often retuse to obtuse, sometimes mucronate INFLORESCENCE: axillary, loose cymes of 1-7 flowers; peduncles 1-11 cm long, longer than the leaves; bracts linear, to 6 mm long Flowers: pedicels 2-10 mm long, erect to nodding in fruit; sepals more or less equal, 5.5-9 mm long, pubescent without and to a lesser degree within, the apices acute, the outer sepals ovate to broadly ovate, the middle sepals falcate, the inner sepals narrowly ovate; corollas funnelform, 1.4-2.7 cm long, lavender to white, glabrous; stamens 5-10 mm long, included, the anthers 1.5-2 mm long; ovary ovoid, 1-1.5 mm long, 2-locular, glabrous; styles 7-9 mm long Fruit: FRUITS broadly ovoid, enclosed by accrescent sepals, 5-6 mm long. SEEDS 1-4, 2-2.5(-3) mm long, trigonous, brown, minutely areolate and ruminate Misc: basaltic hills and rocky cliffs; 900-1350 m (3000-4500 ft); Apr-Oct REFERENCES: Austin, Daniel F. 1998. J. Ariz. – Nev. Acad. Sci. Convolvulaceae 30(2): 61.
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Anthony Mendoza  
Jacquemontia pringlei image
Jacquemontia pringlei image
Gertrudes Yanes-Arvayo  
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