Lycium chanar Phillippi

Type: Chile (Museo Nacional, Chile)

Geographical Region: South America

Distribution: ARGENTINA: Provinces Catamarca, La Rioja, Mendoza, Salta, San Juan; BOLIVIA

Habit: erect

Shrub height: 0.3-1 m

Leaf characteristics:

Leaf Pubescence: pubescent
Leaf Length: 2-12mm
Leaf Width: 0.3-0.5 mm

Calyx characteristics:

Calyx Shape: campanulate
Calyx Pubescence: pubescent
Calyx Tube Length: 2-3 mm
Calyx Lobe Length: 1.5-2.5 mm

Corolla characteristics:

Corolla Color: white, whitish-yellow, whitish-lilac
Flower Shape: spreading
Corolla Tube Length: 6-9 mm
Corolla Lobe Length: 1.5-2.3 mm

Merosity: 4-5

Filament Pubescence: pubescent on the lower 2-3mm of base

Sexuality: hermaphroditic

Fruit characteristics:

Fruit Type: berry
Fruit Shape: globose
Fruit Color: red
Fruit Length: 4 mm
Fruit Width: 3 mm

Seed Number:1 per locule

Fruit Constriction: no

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