Eucnide bartonioides


Index Seminum (München) 1844: [4]. 1844.

Common names: Yellow stingbush
Treatment appears in FNA Volume 12. Treatment on page 495. Mentioned on page 494.

Herbs or subshrubs, annual or perennial, moundlike to spindle-shaped (wider than tall). Leaves: blade shallowly to prominently lobed. Pedicels (fruiting) 3–35+ cm, frequently recurved. Flowers radially symmetric or slightly bilaterally symmetric through upward curvature of stamen filaments; corolla funnelform, petals connate to 3 mm, 1-colored, yellow, spatulate, 10–55[–58] mm; stamens 15–150+, inserted at base of corolla, exserted, spreading away from style; filaments 13–60 mm, longer than anthers.


Varieties 2 (2 in the flora).


1 Petals 30–55 mm; stamens (55–)70–150+, filaments 30–60 mm. Eucnide bartonioides var. bartonioides
1 Petals 10–25 mm; stamens 15–70, filaments 13–30(–35) mm. Eucnide bartonioides var. edwardsiana