Dissochaeta celebica Blume var. celebica,

Kartonegoro, Abdulrokhman, Veldkamp, Jan Frits, Hovenkamp, Peter & Welzen, Peter van, 2018, A revision of Dissochaeta (Melastomataceae, Dissochaeteae), PhytoKeys 107, pp. 1-178: 1

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Dissochaeta celebica Blume var. celebica
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13.1. Dissochaeta celebica Blume var. celebica  Fig. 9View Figure 9, Map 8View Map 8

Description.

Hypanthium campanulate-funneliform, 3-4 × ca. 1 mm long, densely covered with brown stellate-furfuraceous hairs; calyx lobes truncate with small triangular tips, ca. 1 mm long, glabrous, purple inside; petal bud conical, 2-2.5 mm long. Fruits ovoid, 5-8 × 3-5 mm long, densely covered with stellate hairs and becoming glabrous when mature, calyx lobes persistent, erect, ca. 1 mm long.

Distribution.

Sulawesi and Philippines (Mindanao).

Ecology.

Open montane forest at 600-1900 m elevation.

Vernacular names.

Philippines: getungu ulangan (Zamboanga); lebong (Cebuano); tolasola (Bagobo).

Specimens examined.

INDONESIA. Central Sulawesi: Poso, Between Boro and Sungai Malei, 1700 m, 11 Aug 1937, P.J. Eyma 1656 (BO); Lore Lindu Area, Sopu Valley, 1000 m, 22 May 1979, E.F. de Vogel 5517 (BO, K, L). North Sulawesi: Tomohon, Mt. Mahawu, Feb 1841, E.A. Forsten 305 (L); Ibid., 800 m, 13 Feb 2009, D. Girmansyah 1187 (BO); Bolaang Mongondow, Mt. Ambang, Lake Moat Area, 1000 m, 14 Apr 1985, E.F. de Vogel & J.J. Vermeulen 7177 (BO, L). South Sulawesi: Malili, between Takolekaju and Tawi Baru, 30 Oct 1938, P.J. Eyma 4168 (BO); Masamba, between Mabusa and Sae, 1700 m, 21 Jul 1937, P.J. Eyma 1167 (BO, L); Rantepao, on the way to Palopo, 14 Feb 1993, J.J. Afriastini 2125A (BO, K, L); Tojambu, 1000 m, 28 Jun 1929, G.K. Kjellberg 1820a (BO). South East Sulawesi: Mt. Mekongga, Tinukari Village, 1900 m, 11 Jul 2011, E.A. Widjaja et al. 9846a (BO); Ibid., Hura-Hura, 1426 m, 28 Nov 2010, E.A. Widjaja & A. Sujadi 9400 (BO); Rawa Aopa, 26 Dec 1978, S. Prawiroatmodjo & Soewoko 1984 (L). West Sulawesi: Mt. Papandangan, 1913, Rachmat 397 (BO, L). PHILIPPINES. Mindanao: Bukidnon Subprovince, Mt. Candoon, Jun-Jul 1920, M. Ramos & G.E. Edano BS 38870 (BO); Cotabato, Kidapawan, Mt. Apo, Mar-Apr 1991, Gaerlan, Alvarez & Garcia PPI 2635 (L); Ibid., Koronadakal, Mt. Magulo, 1455 m, 10 Apr 1992, Gaerlan, Fuentes & Romero PPI 5245 (L); Davao del Sur, Todaya, Mt. Apo, May 1909, A.D.E. Elmer 10577 (BISH, BM, BO, CAS, E, GH, K, L, MO, NY, P, U, US); Ibid., 914 m, 4 Apr 1905, R.S. Williams 2571 (K); Ibid., Gumate District, 1000 m, Mar 1964, Anon. ANU 1541 (L); Ibid., Mt. McKinley, 1066 m, 29 Aug 1946, G.E. Edano PNH 1042 (L, PNH); Davao Oriental, Mount Galintan, Jun 1927, M. Ramos & G.E. Edano BS 48858 (P); Zamboanga del Norte, 600 m, 1 Feb 1958, C.O. Frake PNH 38277 (L).