LAMIACEAE formerly in VERBENACEAE
A "Liana" trailing / climbing plant structure.
A pistillode flower (Rudimentary pistil in a staminate flower), the style was in variable lenght with variable number of petals
This is a liana species; it likes to climb and trail among the trees. The male inflorescence have exserted (Longer) stamens. Moldenke describes the leaves to be shiny and darker. Under microscope, I found the leaf to have larger pellucid glands with stout curved falcate scattered hairs on the surface, cluster of hair in the axil was noticed.
Flowering time; Most of the year
Distribution; GC, Spots
Habitat; Dappled shade woodland
Status; Very rare; single specimen known, at high risk to development.
Notes; Dioecious liana vine; male blooms have exserted (Longer) stamens. Leaf is shiny and green with stout short falcate hair.