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Scape

 

an elongate, usually leafless part of the stem of a plant that ends in a flower (for example, in tulips) or in an inflorescence (for example, in primroses and dandelions).

apophyge

apophyge, 2
apophyge, 1
1. That part of a column where the shaft of the column springs from its base or where the shaft terminates at its capital; usually molded in a concave sweep; also called a scape or congé.
2. The hollow (i.e., scotia) beneath the echinus of some Classical capitals.
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Herbs perennial, acaulescent, scapose. Leaves rosulate; sessile, petiolate to pseudopetiolate; blades linear-oblanceolate to orbicular, pinnately veined, margin entire to deeply pinnatisect, densely pubescent on both surfaces or only beneath.
Orthophutym catingae is a member of the "subcomplex disjunctum" of the "complex with scapose inflorescence" (Leme, 2004).
Herbs perennial, acaulescent, scapose, with plant dimorphism: a vernal (spring) stage with reduced or no leaves and chasmogamous capitula, and an autumnal (summer and fall) stage with fully developed leaves and cleistogamous capitula.
This new species belongs to the species complex with scapose inflorescences, and more specifically to the "subcomplex disjunctum" due to its distinct rosette before and at anthesis, and the petals with non-cucullate, suberect apex (Leme 2004).
Herbs perennial, caulescent to acaulescent, scapose. Leaves pinnately veined, margin entire to runcinate, glabrous to pubescent; basal leaves rosulate; pseudopetiolate; blades elliptic, obovate, oblanceolate to spathulate, entire to pinnatisect; upper leaves alternate, reduced to bracts; sessile to clasping.