According to Flora Zambesiaca[FZ]
Flora Zambesiaca Amaryllidaceae by C. Zimudzi, R.H. Archer, E.G. Kwembeya & I. Nordal
- Rhizomatous herbs; rhizome short, with many radiating fleshy roots.
- Leaves sessile, persistent, often twisted, without midrib, lorate, obtuse.
- Scape flattened narrowly winged; flowers small, many in a dense umbel subtended by free, reflexed bracts.
- Perianth tube subcylindrical to funnel-shaped; segments ovate or oblong, shorter than tube.
- Corona of 12 linear scales, 2 inserted at base of each segment, where they unite running down the tube, from the middle of which the stamen springs; filaments short.
- Ovary 3-locular, with many ovules; style filiform; stigmacapitate.
- Fruit a globose berry.
- A genus of 3 species in tropical Africa, with a single species recorded in the Flora Zambesiaca area.
First published in J. Bot. 16: 193 (1878)
-  Govaerts, R. (1999) World Checklist of Seed Plants 3(1, 2a & 2b): 1-1532. MIM, Deurne
-  in J. Bot. 16: 193, t.197 (1878).
Kew Names and Taxonomic Backbone
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