Zephyranthes insularum
Family: Amaryllidaceae
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Leaf blade dull green, to 5 mm wide. Spathe 2-2.8 cm. Flowers erect to slightly inclined; perianth white, sometimes flushed pink abaxially, more so with age, funnelform, 3.6-4.6 cm; perianth tube green, 0.2-0.4 cm, increasing in diam., 1/10 or less of perianth length, ca. 1/4 filament length, ca. 1/6 spathe length; tepals not reflexed, distal 3 more erect than proximal 3; stamens diverging, in 2 distinctly subequal sets with anthers overlapping ca. 50 percent; filaments filiform, 1-1.3 cm; anthers 4-7 mm; style 2.2-2.5 cm, longer than perianth tube; stigma 3-fid, exserted ca. 10 mm beyond anthers; pedicel 2.3-3.3 cm, usually exceeding spathe. 2n = 28. Flowering summer (Jun--Aug). Sandy loam; 0--50 m; introduced; Fla.; Mexico; West Indies (Cuba). Zephyranthes insularum was based on plants from a garden in Key West, Florida, and from Santiago de las Vegas, Cuba. Its native locale is uncertain. It persists and is locally adventive in Florida.

Zephyranthes insularum image
Zephyranthes insularum image
Kathy M. Davis, University of Florida Herbarium  
Zephyranthes insularum image
Zephyranthes insularum image
Zephyranthes insularum image
Zephyranthes insularum image
Kathy M. Davis, University of Florida Herbarium  
Zephyranthes insularum image
Zephyranthes insularum image
Zephyranthes insularum image
Zephyranthes insularum image