Rhipsalis dissimilis

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Rhipsalis dissimilis

Rhipsalis dissimilis (G.Lindb.) K.Schum., Fl. Bras. 4(2): 286. 1890 sec. Korotkova & al. 20111
  • Lepismium dissimile G.Lindb. in Gartenflora 39: 148. 1890 syn. sec. Barthlott & Taylor 19952
    • Lectotype (designated by Barthlott, W. & Taylor, N. P. 1995: 543): [icon] Lindberg in Gartenflora 39: 152, fig. 37. 1890
    • Type: living material collected by Löfgren in São Paulo, presumably from Mun. Itu, Ipanema [‘Ypanema’, cf. Löfgren (1915) and grown on by Lindberg (not found at S)
  • 1. Korotkova, N., Borsch, T., Quandt, D., Taylor, N. P., Müller, K. & Barthlott, W. 2011: What does it take to resolve relationships and to identify species with molecular markers? An example from the epiphytic Rhipsalideae (Cactaceae). – American Journal of Botany 98(9): 1549-1572. http://doi.org/10.3732/ajb.1000502, 2. Barthlott, W. & Taylor, N. P. 1995: Notes towards a monograph of Rhipsalideae (Cactaceae). – Bradleya 13: 43-79. http://doi.org/10.25223/brad.n13.1995.a7, 3. Barthlott, W. & Taylor, N. P. 1995: Notes towards a monograph of Rhipsalideae (Cactaceae). – Bradleya 13: 43-79. http://doi.org/10.25223/brad.n13.1995.a7
  • =Rhipsalis rugulosa Lem. in Ill. Hort. 8: sub t. 293. 1861 syn. sec. Barthlott & Taylor 19954
  • Hariota rugosa (Lem.) Kuntze, Revis. Gen. Pl. 1: 263. 1891 syn. sec. Britton & Rose 19235
  • Hariota rugulosa (Lem.) Kuntze, Revis. Gen. Pl. 1: 263. 1891 syn. sec. Barthlott & Taylor 19954
  • Hylorhipsalis rugulosa (Lem.) Doweld in Sukkulenty 4(1-2): 38. 2002 ["2001"] syn. sec. Korotkova 20216
  • 4. Barthlott, W. & Taylor, N. P. 1995: Notes towards a monograph of Rhipsalideae (Cactaceae). – Bradleya 13: 43-79. http://doi.org/10.25223/brad.n13.1995.a7, 5. Britton, N. L. & Rose, J.N. 1923: Cactaceae 4, 6. Korotkova, N. 2021: Revisions of Deamia, Disocactus, Epiphyllum, Hatiora, Kimnachia, Lepismium, Leuenbergeria, Lymanbensonia, Pereskia, Pfeiffera, Pseudorhipsalis, Rhipsalidopsis, Rhipsalis, Schlumbergera, Selenicereus, Strophocactus, Weberocereus, and various other names. In: Korotkova N. & al., Cactaceae at Caryophyllales.org – a dynamic online species-level taxonomic backbone for the family. – Willdenowia 51: 250-270. http://doi.org/10.3372/wi.51.51208
  • =Rhipsalis dissimilis var. setulosa F.A.C.Weber in Rev. Hort. (Paris) 64: 428. 1892 syn. sec. Kew WCVP (2019)7
  • Rhipsalis setulosa (F.A.C.Weber) F.A.C.Weber in Monatsschr. Kakteenk. 3: 24. 1893 syn. sec. Britton & Rose 19238
  • 7. Kew WCVP (2019), 8. Britton, N. L. & Rose, J.N. 1923: Cactaceae 4
  • =Rhipsalis chrysantha Loefgr. in Arch. Jard. Bot. Rio de Janeiro 1: 99. 1915 syn. sec. Barthlott & Taylor 19959
  • Lepismium chrysanthum (Loefgr.) Backeb., Cactaceae 2: 694. 1959 syn. sec. Barthlott & Taylor 19959
  • =Rhipsalis rigida Loefgr. in Arch. Jard. Bot. Rio de Janeiro 1: 93. 1915 syn. sec. TROPICOS 1988+10
  • Lepismium rigidum (Loefgr.) Backeb., Cactaceae 2: 695. 1959 syn. sec. Barthlott & Taylor 199511
  • 10. TROPICOS 1988+: Tropicos.org. Missouri Botanical Garden – https://tropicos.org, 11. Barthlott, W. & Taylor, N. P. 1995: Notes towards a monograph of Rhipsalideae (Cactaceae). – Bradleya 13: 43-79. http://doi.org/10.25223/brad.n13.1995.a7
  • =Lepismium marnierianum Backeb., Descr. Cact. Nov. 3: 7. 1963 syn. sec. Barthlott & Taylor 199512
  • =Lepismium saxatile H.Friedrich, Redecker & Backeb. in Natl. Cact. Succ. J. 10: 57. 1965 syn. sec. Barthlott & Taylor 199513
  • Rhipsalis saxatile (H.Friedrich, Redecker & Backeb.) H.Friedrich & Redecker in Kakteen And. Sukk. 25: 170. 1974 syn. sec. Barthlott & Taylor 199513
  • =Rhipsalis saxatile Friedrich & Redecker ex G.D.Rowley in Repert. Pl. Succ. 25: 13. 1976 ["1974"] syn. sec. Barthlott & Taylor 199514
  • =Rhipsalis spinescens Lombardi in Acta Bot. Brasil. 5(2): 71-73. 1991 syn. sec. Barthlott & Taylor 199515

Distribution (General)

Brazil: São Paulo, ParanáA

Ecology

Epilithic and epiphytic, seasonal habitats at > 800 m altitude.A

Descriptions (aggregated)

Old stem segment duration: deciduous [1]; stem shape: terete [1] entire plant habitat: epiphytic [1], epilithic [1]; entire plant orientation: semierect [1]; entire plant branching: acrotonic [1]; entire plant pubescence: woolly [1] flower quantity per areol contemporaneously: 1 [1]; flower coloration: yellowish [1], white [1]; flower architecture: actinomorphic [1]; flower position: subapical [1], lateral [1]; flower size qualitativ: medium [1]; flower size quantitativ: 2530 mm areole prominence: superficial [1] fruit coloration: red [1] bud orientation: oblique [1]
A single or the first number in square brackets denotes sample size

Bibliography

A. Barthlott, W. & Taylor, N. P. 1995: Notes towards a monograph of Rhipsalideae (Cactaceae). – Bradleya 13: 43-79. http://doi.org/10.25223/brad.n13.1995.a7