Parsonsia diaphanophleba facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsParsonsia diaphanophleba
Priority Four — Rare Taxa (DEC)
Lyonsia diaphanophlebia Benth. Lyonsia diaphanophleba (F.Muell.) Benth.
Parsonsia diaphanophleba is a vine, whose woody stems can reach up to 10 m high, Flowering from January to February, April to June or September, its flowers are white/cream and pink.
Distribution and habitat
Parsonsia diaphanophleba was first described in 1861, by Ferdinand von Mueller, and later redescribed, in 1868, as Lyonsia diaphanophlebia by Bentham, who adjusted the Latin of the basionym (the earliest name) to Parsonsia diaphanophlebia. Its currently accepted name is Parsonsia diaphanophleba.
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