By P. H. [editor] Davis
, 2 volumes, xii, 581; & xviii, 657 pages, with illustrations all through
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Variations in leaf shape within this broad description have been recorded (Clarke, 1981: p. 89). Often the sex of the plant is only determinable at the onset of flowering, when the distinct male and female flowers emerge. The two types of inflorescence are easily distinguished. The male inflorescence is composed of many individual flowers borne on flowering branches up to 18cm long and stands out from the leaves. The individual flowers are small, consisting of 5 whitish or greenish sepals less than 5 mm in length and containing 5 pendulous stamens.
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