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Irlbachia O-Z IMAGES
(Gentianaceae: Helieae: Irlbachia)

Irlbachia images A-N, O-Z

Irlbachia plantaginifolia

Note: Prostrate habit, tightly appressed to the ground (like some Plantago)

Drawing from Flora of Venezuelan Guayana (Gentianaceae by Struwe et al., 1999). Artist: Bruno Manara. Missouri Botanical GardenMore images from this flora

(click here for high resolution picture)

 

Irlbachia pratensis

Venezuela, Amazonas (white sand savanna)

photo: Gustavo Romero

 

 

Irlbachia pratensis

Venezuela

photo: Lisa Campbell

Note: Very thin stem, linear  leaves and longer corolla tube.

 

Irlbachia pratensis

Note: linear leaves, close to the base, corollas longer than the similar Tetrapollinia caerulescens.

Drawing from Flora of Venezuelan Guayana (Gentianaceae by Struwe et al., 1999). Artist: Bruno Manara. Missouri Botanical GardenMore images from this flora

(click here for high resolution picture)

 

Irlbachia pumila

Venezuela, Amazonas

photo: Gustavo Romero

Note: Small plant, with linear leaves.

 

 

Irlbachia pumila

Brazil, Amazonas

Voucher: Maas 6867

photo: Paul J. M. Maas

Note: Small plant, with linear leaves.

 

Irlbachia pumila

Brazil, Amazonas

Voucher: Maas 6867

photo: Paul J. M. Maas

 

 

Irlbachia pumila

Brazil, Amazonas

Voucher: Maas 6867

photo: Paul J. M. Maas

 

 

  Irlbachia pumila

Note: small herb, leaves linear, obtuse apex.

Drawing from Flora of Venezuelan Guayana (Gentianaceae by Struwe et al., 1999). Artist: Bruno Manara. Missouri Botanical GardenMore images from this flora

(high resolution pictures: habit, flower)

 

Irlbachia tatei

Venezuela

photo: James Luteyn

Note: Long, pink corolla.

 

 

  Irlbachia tatei

Drawing from Flora of Venezuelan Guayana (Gentianaceae by Struwe et al., 1999). Artist: Bruno Manara. Missouri Botanical GardenMore images from this flora

(high resolution pictures: habit, flowers, leaves)

 

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