Fig. 1. Schematic representation of male inflorescences in Myristicaceae. — a: single type, of Endocomia rufirachis — b: plural type, distally branched, of Endocomia macrocoma subsp. longipes — c: ditto of Gymnacranthera forbesii var. forbesii — d-g: plural type, generally distally branched, of Horsfieldia, d: H. polyspherula, e: H. clavata, f: H. spic at a, g: H. iryaghedhi (the latter with a strongly aberrant inflorescence within the genus Horsfieldia, the position of the first basal ramifications of the single-type partial inflorescences is often not clear) — h-k: a choice of forms of single-type inflorescences in Knema, h: K. pseudolaurina, i: K. furfur ace a, y. K. celebica, k: K. tridactyla — l-o: a choice of forms of single-type inflorescences as found in Myristica: sect. Myristica: 1: M. iners, m: M. schleinitzii, n: M. fragrans; sect. Fatua: o: M. fatua — p: inflorescence of Paramyristica sepicana; note that here the single-type inflorescences, which are similar in Myristica, are distichously grouped into a short-shoot ending in a vegetative bud.

  Part of: de Wilde W (2014) Flora Malesiana. Series I - Seed Plants, Volume 14. Myristicaceae. Advanced Books: e1141.