| Literature for Geranium cuneatum subsp. hypoleucum
Wagner et al., 1990, 1999. Literature for Geranium cuneatum subsp. cuneatum
Wagner et al., 1990, 1999. Literature for Geranium cuneatum
Wagner et al., 1990, 1999. Literature for Geranium cuneatum subsp. hololeucum
Wagner et al., 1990, 1999. Literature for Geranium cuneatum subsp. tridens
Wagner et al., 1990, 1999.
|Geraniaceae -- The Geranium Family||Bibliography|
||Compact, erect, many-branched shrubs 3-10 dm tall; stems and branches reddish to black, covered with persistent stipules, densely leafy only toward apex.
||Leaves alternate, oblong-cuneate, (1.5-)2.5-5 cm long, (0.5-)0.7-1.2(-1.4) cm wide, usually 3-8-nerved, green and glabrous to moderately strigose, occasionally more densely so in lines along veins, or densely grayish or silky strigose on both surfaces or only on lower surface, margins entire except apex 3-8-toothed, apex truncate to sometimes rounded, petioles 0.3-2 cm long, stipules subulate, ca. 5-6 mm long, strigillose.
||Flowers 7-30 in compound cymes, forming large corymbose inflorescences that project beyond the leaves, pedicels 0.5-1.6(-2) cm long; sepals narrowly lanceolate, 5-9 mm long, densely silky strigose to sparsely villous or merely ciliate, apex mucronate; petals white or cream, sometimes with purple veins and sometimes purple at base, narrowly obovate, 9-15 mm long; staminal filaments usually 9-12 mm long, glands pubescent; styles 5-6 mm long at anthesis, elongating to 15-28 mm long in fruit, essentially beakless,
branches filiform, reflexed. Carpel bodies ca. 2-4 mm long, sparsely to densely pubescent.
||Seeds 1 per cell, dark reddish brown, oblong-obovoid, ca. 1.7-1.9 mm long, the surface inconspicuously reticulate.