Monographs Details: Schradera cephalophora Griseb.
Authority: Maguire, Bassett & Wurdack, John J. 1964. The botany of the Guayana Highland--Part V. Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 10: 1-278.
Description:Distribution and Ecology - CUBA. Woods, La Brena, Moa; climber, 2-3 m high; 1 Aug 1945, Bros. Leon, Clemente, d- Alain 22536 (NY); woods, headwaters of Lebisa river. Sierra de Cristal; alt. 500 m; 27 Dec 1955, Bros. Alain & M . Lopez Figueiras 4589 (NY); valley of Cayoguan river, Moa; Jul 1949, Bros. Alain cO Clemente 884 (NY); headwaters of Arroyo Guaro, Sierra de Nipe; Jul 1940, Bros. Leon & Alain 19133 (NY); woods. La Breña, Moa; June 1945, Bro. Clemente 4598 (NY); thickets, Loma del Gato and vicinity, Cobre range of Sierra Maestra; alt. 900 m; climbing vine; white flowers, sweet-smelling; 11 Jul-14 Aug 1921, Bros. Leon, Clemente, & Pre. M . Boca 9929 (NY); El Gato; 4 Aug 1944, Bro. Alain 248 (NY).


This species is apparently endemic to Cuba. It has been treated by previous workers as conspecific with S. capitata Vahl and S. czotica (Gmel.) Standi. [= S. vahlii Steyerm.], but is separated from them by the longer corollas, usually thicker leaf-blades, and scarcely or not at all manifest lateral nerves. The leaf-blades are generally broadly rounded to subcordate at base and broadly rounded at the summit.

Distribution:Cuba South America|