Leaves are simple, elliptic, entire margins, with conspicuous pinnate venation alternately arrangedalong the stem. Flowering plant. unten) ist eine Pflanzenart aus der Gattung der Stechäpfel ( Datura) in der Familie der Nachtschattengewächse (Solanaceae). Genus Datura can be large annuals or short-lived perennials, with simple, coarsely toothed leaves and often fragrant, funnel-shaped white or purple flowers followed by spiny seed-capsules Details D. inoxia is a bushy, upright annual with large ovate leaves with wavy margins, and funnel-shaped lavender or pinkish flowers to 20cm long, followed by spiny fruits 5cm long It is also an agricultural weed, especially in cotton, and may be found in fields, in pastures, and around barns and livestock pens. Comments have to be approved before they are shown here. 3 A). Taxonomic Status: Current Standing: not accepted - orthographic variant (misspelling) Data Quality Indicators: Record Credibility Rating: verified - standards met Datura is a woody-stalked, leafy herb growing up to 2 meters. Datura inoxia is an annual shrub that grows up to 2 meter in height. includes: Datura meteloides Dunal. Datura innoxia Mill. Quick facts. Preferred Scientific Name. non Dunal. includes: Datura meteloides Dunal. ex Dunal. Datura inoxia Taxonomy ID: 4075 (for references in articles please use NCBI:txid4075 ) current name. Classification. Der Großblütige Stechapfel ( Datura inoxia, auch als innoxia geschrieben, vgl. AVH is a collaborative project of the state, Commonwealth and territory herbaria, developed under the auspices of the Council of Heads of Australasian Herbaria (CHAH), representing the major Australian collections. The common name of datura is thorn apple, stinkweed, angel’s trumpet, and Jamestown weed. Sub-Genus. It is native to Mexico. At present, it is still used in Mexico for medicinal, ritual and aphrodisiac purposes. includes: Datura meteloides Dunal. Die Blüten sind merklich größer als diejenigen des Gewöhnlichen Stechapfels. 1768. D. inoxia bears white tubular (trumpet) flowers that have green veins, 12-19 cm lo… unten) ist eine Pflanzenart aus der Gattung der Stechäpfel (Datura) in der Familie der Nachtschattengewächse (Solanaceae). Description. Datura is a type of plant that belongs to the Solanaceae family. var. In traditional medicine, it is a reputed drug in the treatment of rabid dog-bites and poisonous insect bites. Datura innoxia. Local name of Datura inoxia is Safed datura. Habitats: Waste places, river sands etc in sunny positions[147, 192] Range: E. Asia - S. China, India. Mature leaves broad-ovate, usually 6–20 cm long, 3–12 cm wide, margins almost entire, slightly sinuate, or irregularly lobed towards base. Distribution of Datura inoxia. Datura inoxia is an annual to perennial herb to up to 1 m high with a spreading crownabout 2 m in diameter. [7][8] Der Artname wird abgeleitet von lateinisch noxia: Schaden, würde also in etwa „die Unschädliche“ bedeuten; dies wird davon abgeleitet, dass der Gehalt an giftigen Alkaloiden geringer sein soll als bei verwandten Arten. Family. Jimson Weed; Devil's Apple; Thorn Apple; Stinkweed; Devil's Weed; Malpitte; Moonflower; Toloache (D. inoxia) EFFECTS CLASSIFICATION. Details; Images (47) Synonyms (20) References (29) Subordinate Taxa; Specimens; Distributions (116) Chromosome Counts (12) Group: Dicot Rank: species Kind: Name of a new Taxon Herbarium Placement: Monsanto, 3rd, C, 256 Authors: Miller, Philip. ex Dunal wurde unter anderem auf diese Art bezogen, er ist in seiner Anwendung aber unklar und wird heute nicht mehr verwendet. Für den botanischen Artnamen findet sich vielfach die Schreibung Datura innoxia, mit zwei n. Diese entspricht nicht der Originalschreibung in der Erstbeschreibung, wäre aber als Emendation naheliegend, da die lateinische Form eigentlich als in-noxia zu bilden wäre, in solchen Fällen ist nach dem Code die Schreibweise zu korrigieren (Artikel 60). In der Fachliteratur finden sich nebeneinander bis heute aber beide Schreibweisen. Genus. Curated hierarchies for Datura inoxia. Depending upon the part of the world the plant is found, local names of Datura include Jamestown weed, Purple thorn-apple, Hell’s bell, Devil’s snare, Stinkweed, Jimsonweed, Mad apple, Moonflower, Stink wort, False castor-oil, Devil’s-apple, Stramonium jimsonweed, Devil’s trumpet, Devil’s cucumber, Prickly burr, and Devil’s weed. Follow. Common Name: Downy Thorn Apple. Datura inoxia Mill. is the accepted name in The Plant List (2013) and the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (2014), and is the most commonly used. Mill. Edibility Rating (1 of 5) Other Uses (1 of 5) Weed Potential Common Name(s): pricklyburr [English] angel's trumpet [English] desert thornapple [English] sacred datura [English] prickly datura : Taxonomic Status: Current Standing: accepted Data Quality Indicators: Preferred Scientific Name. However, the species name with only a single ‘n’ as D. inoxia is also widely used, e.g. Datura is a genus of nine species of poisonous vespertine flowering plants belonging to the family Solanaceae. innoxia, Datura innoxia var. Brazil: datura-européia; trombeta-branca; trombeteira-branca. The Australasian Virtual Herbarium (AVH) is an online resource that provides immediate access to the wealth of plant specimen information held by Australian herbaria. Datura innoxia Mill. Order. A tender perennial grown as an annual with a 3 ft. spread; heavy feeder. Datura is sometimes called moonflower, but there is another type of plant that also goes by the name moonflower. November 2020 um 13:59 Uhr bearbeitet. innoxia, Datura guayaquilensis, Datura meteloides . Class. Datura innoxia Mill., orth. ex Dunal. There are several species of datura with many common names including moonflower, devil’s trumpet, devil’s weed, loco weed, and jimsonweed. Family. Family: Solanaceae Subfamily: Solanoideae Tribe: Datureae Genus: Datura. 8)) Annotation: as "Inoxia". Description. Common Names Of Datura Depending upon the part of the world the plant is found, local names of Datura include Jamestown weed, Purple thorn-apple, Hell’s bell, Devil’s snare, Stinkweed, Jimsonweed, Mad apple, Moonflower, Stink wort, False castor-oil, Devil’s-apple, Stramonium jimsonweed, Devil’s trumpet, Devil’s cucumber, Prickly burr, and Devil’s weed. non L. Datura fastuosa auct. non L. DAIN5: Datura innoxia Mill., orth. Other names for the Datura plants are Jimsonweed, Moonflower, Devil’s Weed, and Devil’s Trumpet. Details; Images (47) Synonyms (20) References (29) Subordinate Taxa; Specimens; Distributions (116) Chromosome Counts (12) Group: Dicot Rank: species Kind: Name of a new Taxon Herbarium Placement: Monsanto, 3rd, C, 256 Authors: Miller, Philip. Photograph by: Fagg, M. Flowering plant. The species has no common names Synonym Author Datura metel: auct., non L. Datura meteloides: DC. Flower. Of the nine datura species, the best known are Datura innoxia for its well-documented use in pre-Colombian America, Datura metel for its use in traditional Chinese medicine, and Datura stramonium for its long history of use in sacred rituals. have shown that the prehistoric Pueblo indians of the Southwest used the seeds in rituals. French: datura innocente. APNI* Description: Stout herb, tomentose with erect, glandular hairs. [3][2], Der Kelch ist 60 bis 95 mm lang; die Kelchzähne sind 11 bis 25 mm lang, ungleich groß, linealisch-dreieckig und spitz. In traditional medicine, it is a reputed drug in the treatment of rabid dog-bites and poisonous insect bites. Dict. Sub-Family. Flowering plant. L. Haegi (1976): Taxonomic Account of Datura L. (Solanaceae) in Australia with a Note on Brugmansia Pers. 5. Datura inoxia commonly called angel’s trumpet, is native to Mexico and Central America. Datura is a perennial or annual shrubby plant that typically reaches a height of 2-5 ft. Its stems and leaves are covered with short and soft grayish hairs, giving the whole plant a … Datura meteloides auct. Indian Apple is an introduced herbaceous annual or tender perennial in the Nightshade family (Solanaceae). angel's trumpet. For documenting flora of India that is being discussed on efloraofindia google e-group along with supplementing the working of the group. Quick facts. inoxia Mill. Das Epitheton "inoxia" ist eine Falschschreibung der lateinischen Wortes "harmlos", die auf den englischen Botaniker Philip Miller zurückgeht. by USDA-ARS (2014), Missouri Botanic Garden (2014), PIER (2014). Korea, Republic of: teoldogmalpul. Datura is a perennial or annual shrubby plant that typically reaches a height of 2-5 ft. Its stems and leaves are covered with short and soft grayish hairs, giving the whole plant a … [2], Die Art ist in Mittelamerika[5] beheimatet und in Mexiko, dem Verbreitungszentrum der Gattung, verbreitet und häufig, kommt aber heute fast weltweit in Regionen mit tropischem oder subtropischem Klima vor. Class. Kingdom. Some plants, like datura, have a number of common names and those names often overlap. Ob sie auch im südwestlichen Nordamerika einheimisch ist, oder die dortigen Vorkommen auf Einschleppung beruhen, ist umstritten. is the accepted name in The Plant List (2013) and the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (2014), and is the most commonly used. If you would like to support this site, please consider, Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. There are no common names associated with this taxon. It is a shrubby, sprawling, short-lived, tender perennial that is grown in St. Louis as an annual. Die Gattung müsste korrekt Datura Innoxia geschrieben werden. Photograph by: Fagg, M. Image credit to Australian National Botanic Gardens. Efloraofindia (earlier Indiantreepix) is the largest Google e-group in the world in this field & largest nature related in India devoted to creating awareness, helping in identification etc. Calyx 5–11 cm long, 3–6-lobed; lobes 13–20 mm long. The common name of datura is thorn apple, stinkweed, angel’s trumpet, and Jamestown weed. It is slow to develop and bloom. Verbreitungskarte in Deutschland bei floraweb, Stechapfel Datenblatt mit Bestimmungsschlüssel und Fotos bei, Datura inoxia Miller, in Zhi-Yun Zhang, Anmin Lu & William G. D'Arcy (1997): Solanaceae. Botanical name: Datura innoxia Family: Solanaceae (Potato family) Synonyms: Datura meteloides, Datura guayaquilensis. Efloraofindia (earlier Indiantreepix) is the largest Google e-group in the world in this field & largest nature related in India devoted to creating awareness, helping in identification etc. Der Großblütige Stechapfel ist eine meist 50 bis 100, in Extremfällen 30 bis 200 cm hoch werdende, meist reich verzweigte, krautige, behaarte Pflanze. Range: South-western N. America. Phytologia 61: 204-206. non L. DAIN5. Ovate, wavy-margined, dark … The EOL Forum; Education; Citing EOL It has also clearly been used in Mexico since the prehistoric period. What's New? Sie ist eiförmig, am Grund asymmetrisch gestutzt abgerundet, bis keilförmig, und ganzrandig oder mit seicht buchtigem bis gewelltem Blattrand. Local name of Datura inoxia is Safed datura. Vernacular names [ edit wikidata 'Category:Datura inoxia' linked to current category] [ edit wikidata 'Datura inoxia' main topic of 'Category:Datura inoxia'] English : pricklyburr, downy thorn-apple, Indian-apple, moonflower, nacazcul, sacred datura, Thorn-apple, tolguache, toloache, toloatzin, Downy thornapple. Subject. Phylum. Diese Seite wurde zuletzt am 29. Common Garden Pests and Problems; Gardening Help FAQs; Kemper Center Factsheets; Visual Guides; Plant Advice; Plants of Merit ; Sustainable Gardening; Gardening Education & Classes; Visit the Center for Home Gardening; Gardening Help Site Map; Gardening Help Search. 3 A). Distribution of Datura inoxia. Other Common Names. Sa Subject. Datura innoxia Mill. Spanish: cacaito. Datura innoxia P. Miller Accepted Name Sacred datura Plantae > Tracheophyta > Magnoliopsida > Solanales > Solanaceae > Datura > Datura innoxia P. Miller. Datura innoxia, or toloache, is the most ethnopharmacologically important of all thorn apple species in the New World. Super-Family. web interface by Super-Family. 8)) Annotation: as "Inoxia". p.p. non L. Datura inoxia ssp. China: mao man tuo luo. Datura is a type of plant that belongs to the Solanaceae family. The Australasian Virtual Herbarium (AVH) is an online resource that provides immediate access to the wealth of plant specimen information held by Australian herbaria. They are commonly known as thornapples or jimsonweeds but are also known as devil's trumpets (not to be confused with angel's trumpets, which are placed in the closely related genus Brugmansia).Other English common names include moonflower, devil's weed and hell's bells. (Gard. العربية: داتورا لاشوكية. Datura ferox and Datura stramonium (common thornapple) produce erect capsules on straight stalks which contain black or grey seeds. Sub-Genus. Contains 7-8 in. (ed. Classifications < > Search. It is a shrubby, sprawling, short-lived, tender perennial that is grown in St. Louis as an annual. العربية: داتورا لاشوكية. Taxonomic Status: Current Standing: not accepted - orthographic variant (misspelling) Data Quality Indicators: Record Credibility Rating: verified - standards met Datura innoxia Mill. Datura innoxia P. Miller Accepted Name Sacred datura Plantae > Tracheophyta > Magnoliopsida > Solanales > Solanaceae > Datura > Datura innoxia P. Miller. If you have any useful information about this plant, please leave a comment. DESCRIPTION . Dict. ex Dunal Other resources. Scientific Name. Message The user has shared this species from India Biodiversity Portal with you. non L. Datura fastuosa auct. Common name: Downy Thornapple. Common Names. 1768. Jimson Weed; Devil's Apple; Thorn Apple; Stinkweed; Devil's Weed; Malpitte; Moonflower; Toloache (D. inoxia) EFFECTS CLASSIFICATION. by USDA-ARS (2014), Missouri Botanic Garden (2014), PIER (2014). includes: Datura meteloides Dunal. Published In: The Gardeners Dictionary: eighth edition Datura no. Datura fastuosa auct. South Africa: harige stinkblaar. Die Blütenkrone ist meist 15 bis 17, in Extremfällen 11 bis 19 cm lang, sie ist trichterförmig mit langer Röhre und am Ende ausgebreitet, am Rand mit fünf normalen und fünf zusätzlichen kleinen Zwischenzipfeln (diese ohne Adern), daher insgesamt mit zehn dreieckig-zahnartigen Zipfeln. Common Name: Thorn Apple, Angel's Trumpet, Hindu Datura, Horn of Plenty, Downy Thorn Apple: Family: Solanaceae: USDA hardiness: 8-11: Known Hazards : All members of this genus contain narcotics and are very poisonous, even in small doses[147, 200]. Sie wird teilweise als Zierpflanze verwendet und ist verbreitet aus der Kultur verwildert und als Neophyt eingebürgert, in Europa in der Mittelmeerregion. Datura inoxia. angel's trumpet DAME: Datura metel auct. The PCR product was partially sequenced (JN000702), and a 550-nucleotide sequence was used to construct a phylogenetic tree using the neighbor-joining method in DNASIS Pro ver.2.6 (Marwal et al 2012b). To. Die etwa 7 bis 14 cm lang gestielten Laubblätter besitzen eine Blattspreite, die 5 bis 16 cm lang und 3,5 bis 11 cm breit ist. [8] Auch der Name Datura meteloides DC. Message The user has shared this species from India Biodiversity Portal with you. It is a vegetable deliriant type of cerebral poison. Share. At present, it is still used in Mexico for medicinal, ritual and aphrodisiac purposes. Prev Next List. Back to Previous Page. Common Name(s): angel's trumpet [English] desert thornapple [English] sacred datura [English] Accepted Name(s): Datura inoxia Mill. Prev Next List. The botanical name is Datura stramonium. It is slow to develop and bloom. Deliriant. Phylum. Datura innoxia Mill. Downy Thorn Apple, Indian Apple, Recurved Thorn Apple, Angel's Trumpet, Sacred Datura, Tolguacha, Pricklyburr. Genus. along with discussion & documentation of Indian Flora. Mario Luna-Cavazos, Robert Bye, Meijun Jiao (2009): The origin of Datura metel (Solanaceae): genetic and phylogenetic evidence. cream, pink, lavender tubular flowers which open late afternoon and on cloudy days.Tolerates average soil but prefers rich, moist soil. Robert A. Bye jr. (1987): Datura lanosa, a new species of Datura from Mexico. non DC. var. Sa In Deutschland kommt sie in warmen Regionen als, unbeständiger, Neophyt vor.[6]. Datura inoxia Mill. If available other names are mentioned here angel's trumpet; hoary thorn-apple; Indian-apple; moonapple; sacred datura; thorn-apple. Datura inoxia Mill. DAME. AVH is a collaborative project of the state, Commonwealth and territory herbaria, developed under the auspices of the Council of Heads of Australasian Herbaria (CHAH), representing the major Australian collections. Datura inoxia Taxonomy ID: 4075 (for references in articles please use NCBI:txid4075 ) current name. Mexico: toloache. Datura innoxia Mill. Commonly there are two varieties of plants: Datura alba (with white flower) and Datura nigra (with blackish or … Common Name(s): Downy Thorn Apple; Phonetic Spelling dah-TUR-ah in-OX-see-ah Description. Share. Published In: The Gardeners Dictionary: eighth edition Datura no. It grows 2-3’ tall and sprawls to as much as 3-6’ wide. Show All Show Tabs pricklyburr General Information; Symbol: DAIN2 Group: Dicot ... Scientific Name Other Common Names; DAFA: Datura fastuosa auct. Wissenschaftlicher Name. Datura innoxia subsp. Sie wird innerhalb der Gattung Datura der Sektion Dutra zugeordnet; diese Position wurde durch phylogenomische Studien bestätigt. Die Unterseite der Blätter unter Einschluss des Blattstiels ist bei der Art abstehend weich drüsig behaart, besonders entlang der Blattnerven. Datura inoxia Mill. Systematic Botany, 38(3): 818-829. Datura inoxia Mill. The Atlas of Florida Plants provides a source of information for the distribution of plants within the state and taxonomic information. Follow. It has also clearly been used in Mexico since the prehistoric period. Mature leaves broad-ovate, usually 6–20 cm long, 3–12 cm wide, margins almost entire, slightly sinuate, or irregularly lobed towards base. For documenting flora of India that is being discussed on efloraofindia google e-group along with supplementing the working of the group. ex Dunal Other resources. Australia: downy thorn-apple; recurved thorn-apple. COMMON NAMES. (Gard. Über die Taxonomie bestand lange Zeit Unklarheit, Pflanzen, die der Art zuzuordnen sind, wurden häufig irrtümlich der Art Datura metel L. zugeordnet. Commonly there are two varieties of plants: Datura alba (with white flower) and Datura nigra (with blackish or … Die oberirdischen Triebe sind einjährig, der Wurzelstock kann überwintern. Datura leichhardtii, Datura metel, Datura inoxia and Datura wrightii can be differentiated from these two species as their capsules are held on a curved stalk, and they produce brown or yellow seeds. Other names for the Datura plants are Jimsonweed, Moonflower, Devil’s Weed, and Devil’s Trumpet. Ajna Fern The dried leaves and flowering tops are known for their narcotic and anti-spasmodic properties. What is EOL? Kingdom. Images from the web. The species has no common names Synonym Author Datura metel: auct., non L. Datura meteloides: DC. Flora of China, Band 17, Seite 330, Datura inoxia Mill.. Flora of North America, https://de.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Großblütiger_Stechapfel&oldid=206053450, „Creative Commons Attribution/Share Alike“. It produces spiney seed pods and large white or purple trumpet-shaped flowers that face upward. Sie sind reif hängend und springen bei Samenreife unregelmäßig auf, d. h. die zwei bis vier Klappen zerfallen in unregelmäßig geformte Bruchstücke. It produces spiney seed pods and large white or purple trumpet-shaped flowers that face upward. Die Stachel sind etwa 10 mm lang, und damit weniger als halb so lang wie die Kapselbreite. Other common names for the genus Datura include devil’s trumpets, moonflowers, and thorn-apple, with the name jimsonweed referring to D. stramonium (a common weed in pastures, roadsides and waste places throughout much of the world including the U.S. and southern Canada) and horn-of-plenty applied to D. metel.

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