Eubotrys recurva

(Buckley) Britton in N. L. Britton and A. Brown

in N. L. Britton and A. Brown, Ill. Fl. N. U.S. ed. 2, 2: 688. 1913 ,.

Common names: Deciduous mountain fetterbush red-twig doghobble
Endemic
Basionyms: Andromeda recurva Buckley Amer. J. Sci. Arts 45: 172. 1843
Synonyms: Leucothoë recurva (Buckley) A. Gray
Treatment appears in FNA Volume 8. Treatment on page 511. Mentioned on page 510, 512.

Stems erect, 1–4 m, branches spreading. Leaves: petiole 1–3 mm; blade 3–8 cm, surfaces pilose on major veins abaxially. Inflorescences spreading or ascending, secund, curved or recurved, 5–12 cm; bracts ± deciduous, ovate-deltate, 1–1.7 mm. Flowers: calyx campanulate, sepals ovate, 2.5–3 mm, apex acute; corolla white to pale-pink, 7–9 mm, lobes recurved, glabrous; stamens 3–4 mm; anthers 2-awned, ca. 1.5 mm, thecae divergent distally; ovary glabrous. Capsules 3–5 mm wide. Seeds winged, oblanceoloid, flat, 1–1.3 mm.


Phenology: Flowering mid spring.
Habitat: Damp woods in mountains, heath balds, granitic domes, bogs
Elevation: 100-1200(-1500) m

Distribution

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Ala., Ga., Ky., N.Y., N.C., Ohio, S.C., Tenn., Va., W.Va.

Discussion

The occurrence of Eubotrys recurva in New York state, in mixed oak woods on Long Island, may represent naturalized plants, rather than a native population. Records from Ohio may also represent escaped plants.

Selected References

None.

Lower Taxa

None.

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epigynous +  and hypogynous +
1.5 cm15 mm <br />0.015 m <br /> (?) +
Gordon C. Tucker +
(Buckley) Britton in N. L. Britton and A. Brown +
furrowed +  and smooth +
not flaky +
Andromeda recurva +
oblong;oblanceolate or obovate +
3 cm30 mm <br />0.03 m <br /> (8 cm80 mm <br />0.08 m <br />) +
membranous +
deciduous +
ovate-deltate +
campanulate +
0.3 cm3 mm <br />0.003 m <br /> (0.5 cm5 mm <br />0.005 m <br />) +
Deciduous mountain fetterbush +  and red-twig doghobble +
white +  and pale-pink +
rotate to crateriform campanulate cylindric globose or urceolate +
0.7 cm7 mm <br />0.007 m <br /> (0.9 cm9 mm <br />0.009 m <br />) +
Ala. +, Ga. +, Ky. +, N.Y. +, N.C. +, Ohio +, S.C. +, Tenn. +, Va. +  and W.Va. +
100-1200(-1500) m +
undifferentiated +
fusiform +
flattened +
unisexual +  and bisexual +
indehiscent +  and loculicidal +
depressed-globose +
Damp woods in mountains, heath balds, granitic domes, bogs +
recurved +, ascending +  and spreading +
5 cm50 mm <br />0.05 m <br /> (12 cm120 mm <br />0.12 m <br />) +
pseudoverticillate +  and alternate +
deciduous +
spinulose-serrulate +
parietal +, axile +  and placentation +
tenuinucellate +  and unitegmic +
epigynous +  and hypogynous +
reduced +
not sticky +
0.1 cm1 mm <br />0.001 m <br /> (0.3 cm3 mm <br />0.003 m <br />) +
Flowering mid spring. +
in N. L. Britton and A. Brown, Ill. Fl. N. U.S. ed. +
8-25-flowered +
distinct +
oblanceoloid +
1mm +  and 1.3mm +
0.25 cm2.5 mm <br />0.0025 m <br /> (0.3 cm3 mm <br />0.003 m <br />) +
procumbent +  and creeping +
100 cm1,000 mm <br />1 m <br /> (400 cm4,000 mm <br />4 m <br />) +
peltate +  and capitate +
straight +
reticulodromous +
Leucothoë recurva +
Eubotrys recurva +
Eubotrys +
species +
achlorophyllous +  and chlorophyllous +
evergreen +, deciduous +  and perennial +
heterotrophic +, autotrophic +  and mycotrophic +
multicellular-hairy +