Reprint. Originally published October 10, 1904.
|Statement||by N. L. Britton and J. N. Rose.|
|Series||Smithsonian miscellaneous collections -- v. 47, art. 10, Publication -- 1479, Publication (Smithsonian Institution) -- 1479.|
|Contributions||Rose, J. N. 1862-1928.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 159-162,  leaf of plate :|
|Number of Pages||162|
|LC Control Number||16010999|
Lenophyllum is a genus of flowering plants in the orpine family, Crassulaceae. The roughly seven species it contains are distributed in Texas in the United States and northeastern Mexico. Some authorities place it in the genus Sedum. Plants in this genus are distinguished from Sedum species by the presence of terminal inflorescences, Family: Crassulaceae. Lenophyllum acutifolium Rose is the correct and accepted scientific name of this plant. It was named and described by Joseph Nelson Rose in Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections in The Lenophyllum genus was named and named by him in the same publication. Plants of the World Online lists eight accepted species in the Lenophyllum genus. Llifle (Encyclopedia of Living Forms) only list . Scientific Name. Lenophyllum latum Moran. Scientific Classification. Family: Crassulaceae Subfamily: Sedoideae Tribe: Sedeae Subtribe: Sedinae Genus: Lenophyllum Description. Lenophyllum latum is a perennial succulent up to 20 inches (50 cm) tall. The leaves are elliptic-ovate, green or tinged purple-red up to inches ( cm) long and up to inches ( cm) . Lenophyllum is a small genus of succulent perennials that is closely related to sedum, graptopetalum, and echeveria (family Crassulaceae). In fact, lenophyllum is so closely related to these other genera that it was originally placed in the genus Sedum and has been crossed with other two genera to produce the intergeneric hybrids xLenoveria and xLenaptopetalum.
Gender: Lenophillum Family: Crassulaceae Habitat: Lowlands of California, New Mexico, Texas (USA) and Mexico Cultivation: In greenhouse cultivate in standard soil for cactus, in full light. From spring to late summer watering abundantly, reducing watering in autumn and keeping the soil slightly humid in winter. Curiosity: They are suitable for shrubbery borders and desert gardens [ ]. The genus Sedum Linnaeus ( ), the largest and most widespread genus of Crassulaceae, consists of ca. species (Thiede & Eggli ). Sedum includes annual, biennial, and perennial herbs with succulent leaves and stems that are primarily . The principal aim is to help preserve plants of the Crassulaceae family now existing in private as well as in public collections – most important in a time when plant imports have become almost impossible. This aim is best achieved by distributing plants and seeds among as many people as possible, by exchanging information on cultivation, origin, taxonomy etc. as well as by offering help in. Vol. 12, part 2. xix + pp. Berlin! [Crassulacean acid metabolism, including an historical review and a comprehensive bibliography.] Key to the Genera of Crassulaceae in the Southeastern United States A. Petals (3) 4 or 5, free or only slightly connate at base; stamens free from the petals and inserted hypogynously. B.
Description: Lenophyllum guttatum is an hairless, succulent, perennial herb with attractively brown-dappled, flat, obtuse leaves. Formerly described by Mr. Rose as a doubtful Sedum, its distinct petals excluding it from all the other related genera. Living specimens show little connection with Sedum. Lenophyllum reflexum Scientific Classification. Family: Crassulaceae Subfamily: Sedoideae Tribe: Sedeae Subtribe: Sedinae Genus: Lenophyllum. Description. Lenophyllum reflexum is an hairless, succulent perennial, up to 12 inches (30 cm) tall. The leaves are opposite, mostly reflexed, up to inches ( cm) long and up to inches (3 cm) wide. It covers over taxa of all succulents except Cactaceae. The Crassulaceae (stonecrop family) volume presents the first complete treatment of the family for many decades. The family is a very diverse group, and plants range from tiny insignificant annual herbs to perennial shrubs and trees/5(3). Abstract— Dudleya (Crassulaceae) is a genus of succulent perennials endemic to western North America. Interspecific relationships within Dudleya have been difficult to discern due to a lack of synapomorphic characters for the genus or subgenera, Author: Joachim Thiede.