Perigone


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Perigone

 

a simple perianth consisting only of a calyx (woodrush) or corolla (tulip, lily). A perigone may be choriphyl-lous (onion, tulip) or gamophyllous (lily of the valley).

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Perigone large, pink, with a tube of up to 20 mm long; tepals 60 mm long and 15-20 mm wide.
Its perigone is 3-4 cm long, with a tube of less than 5 mm, and it has shorter anthers (6-7 mm).
Perigone white, greenish in the throat, of intermediate size (35-50 mm), with a short tube of 3-4 mm.
Like the species presented here, it has white flowers, and has a similar aspect, but differs by its spathe split over 2/3 of its length, the perigone tube of 10 mm, and the shorter filaments (9.
Perigone declinate, large, 60-80 mm long, pale pink or lilac, with a tube of 2-4 mm long.