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Androglandula tennessensis

Androglandula tennessensis was named by Taylor (1988). Its type locality is Warman Clay Pit, which is in an Eocene/Eocene terrestrial horizon in the Claiborne Formation of Tennessee.

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YearName and author
1988Androglandula tennessensis Taylor

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D. W. Taylor 1988Flowers small (up to 5.2 mm in diameter) with ethereal oil cells and paracytic stomates throughout, bracteate, pedicellate, glabrous, with six ovate tepals 2.5 mm long and 1.2 mm wide, in two whorls and connate into a hypanthium. Stamens nearly sessile (1.2 mm long) with tetralocular anthers. Some stamens are adnate to the tepals and others have paired basal staminal glands attached to the filaments. The pollen is 16 micrometers in diameter.