Hypericum online

A site dedicated to Hypericum – The St John’s Worts

Hypericum glandulosum, Hypericum conjungens, Hypericum kiboënse, Hypericum abilianum, Hypericum afrum

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Illustrated by Margaret Tebbs

A. H. glandulosum: (a) habit; (b) stem node; (c) leaf; (d) flower; (e) sepal; (f) petal; (g) closed flower, showing twisted petals; (h) capsule. B. H. conjungens: (i) inflorescence; (j) section of stem, showing flaking bark. C. H. kiboense: (k) leaf. D. H. abilianum: (1) leaf. E. H. afrum: (m) leaf (a, i x ½; c x 1; d, k-m x 2; b, d, e-h, j x 3). A. Jarvis 628. B. Robson 269. C. Rogers 155. D. Exell & Mendonça 2995 A. E. Robert & Cosson in Herb. Soc. Dauph. 5205.

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Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith