Monographs Details: Swartzia acutifolia var. submarginata Benth.
Authority: Cowan, Richard S. 1967. Swartzia (Leguminosae, Caesalpinioideae Swartzieae). Fl. Neotrop. Monogr. 1: 3-228. (Published by NYBG Press)
Family:Fabaceae
Description:Description - Stipules not seen; petioles ca 3 cm long, narrowly winged, stipellate apically; rachis 18-26 cm long, alate, the wing oblanceolate-linear, to 4 mm wide apically, stipellate at each pair of leaflets; leaflets 10-12-jugate, the petiolules 1-1.5 mm long, the blades of the median leaflets 7-8.5 cm long, ca 2 cm wide, minutely strigulose beneath, those of the lower pairs 4-5 cm long, ca 2 cm wide, all the blades inequilaterally obtuse at the base, the apex acute, mucronulate, the venation more or less salient and prominulous; inflorescences ca 45 cm long, the bracts persistent, ca 1 mm long and 0.5 mm wide, triangular-ovate, acute, the bracteoles persistent, near the pedicel-apex, ca 0.5 mm long, triangular-ovate, acute; pedicels 18-24 mm long, strigulose minutely; buds depressed-globose, not apiculate, ca 6 mm long and 0.7 mm diameter; claw of the petal ca 4.5 mm long, the blade ca 15 mm long and 20 mm wide, reniform-oblate, the base deeply cordate; filaments of the larger stamens ca 7.5 mm long, villose and strigulose, the smaller stamens with filaments ca 5.5 mm long; gynoecium glabrous, the ovary ca 3.5 mm long and 1.5 mm wide; fruit not seen.

Distribution:Brazil South America| Rio de Janeiro Brazil South America|