By Finn Borchsenius, Rodrigo Bernal, Scott Zona, Andrew Henderson, Gloria Galeano, Monica Moraes R.
Aiphanes (Palmae), by means of Finn Borchsenius and Rodrigo Bernal (Vol. 70); Roystonea (Arecaceae: Arecoideae), via Scott Zona (Vol. 71); Euterpe, Prestoeae, and Neonichlosonia (Palmae), via Andrew Henderson and Gloria Galeano (Vol. 72); and Allagoptera (Palmae), through Mónica Moraes R. (Vol. 73)
A taxonomic revision of every neotropical genus is gifted.
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Twenty-two species distributed in the LesserAntilles, Trinidad,Venezuela,Panama,and along the Andes from Colombia to Bolivia, reaching 3000 m elev. in Colombia. Most species are found in Colombia (15) and Ecuador(11). Key to the Species of Aiphanes 1. Inflorescenceunbranched. 2. Leaves entire or divided into a large top segment and 1-4, 1-ribbedpinnae per side; Colombia and Ecuador. 14. A. macroloba 2. Leaves pinnatelydivided, with >6 pinnae per side. 3. Pinnae linear or nearly so, 6-18 times as long as wide; plants acaulescent.
Inflexed in Acrocomia). Inflexed filaments are, however,known in Aiphanes, as are staminodesfree of the petals, imbricatecorolla valves, and solitarystaminateflowers (apicallyon the rachillae). Aiphanes is morphologically a well-defined unit, and there seems no reason to doubt that it is monophyletic. The charactersdefining Aiphanes are praemorse pinnae (apomorphic), protandrousinflorescences (possibly apomorphic;see below), staminate flowers with free sepals and nearly free petals, and pistillate flowers with free sepals and half-connate petals.
15. A. minima 16. Pinnaeinsertedin groups;acaulescentor with a solitaryor caespitose stem. 18. Pinnae lanceolateto linear,widest in the middle or equally wide in the middle and at apex. 7. A. erinacea 19. With yellow and black spines; pinnae>50 cm long; W Colombia........ 19. With black spines; pinnae <50 cm long. 20. Stem solitary,0-2 m tall; leaves polystichous;E Ecuadorand Peru, 22. A. weberbaueri below 2000 m ....................................... 20. Stem caespitose, 2-7 m tall; leaves often distichous;Colombiato S Ecuador,usually above 2000 m altitude.