Monographs Details: Amphidasya bullata Standl.
Authority: Maguire, Bassett. 1972. The botany of the Guayana Highland--part IX. Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 23: 1-832.
Family:Rubiaceae
Description:Distribution and Ecology - Distribution. Western Colombia in department of Nariño and Intendencia del Chocó. COLOMBIA. Nariño: Río Pulgante, La Guayacana, Zwischen El Diviso und Tumaco, alt 50 m, 28 Jul 1956, Vogel 24. El Chocó: dense forest S of Río Condoto, between Quebrada Guarapo and Mandinga, alt 120-180 m, 22, 28 Apr 1939, Killip 35147.

Discussion:

Type. Provincias de Chocó y Barbacoas, Colombia, alt 100 m, May 1853, J. Triana 3315.

Vogel’s collection is in good anthesis and shows a corolla 41 mm long with the tube narrowly salverform and 27 mm long by 1.5 mm broad, verruculose-papillate without in upper half, glabrate without in lower half, the lobes narrowly linear, acuminate, 15 mm long by 1-2.5 mm wide with the interior strongly verruculose with enlarged papillae. The anthers in the Vogel specimen are 3 mm long, shortly tipped with a lanceolate appendage 0.5 mm long.

The relatively short stipules, which are pectinate from a shallow base with only 5-7 subulate awns 7-8 mm long, bridge the gap between the type of stipule found in A. neblinae Steyerm. and that of A. colombiana.

Distribution:Colombia South America|