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Having four stamens occurring in two pairs, one pair long and the other short.
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The androceum is didynamous
with four stamens, in pairs, one lower than the other, epipetalous, fused at the base of the upper lip of the corolla tube, and anthers with rimosa or longitudinal dehiscence.