|Author: ||John Miers,
North-Eastern India, Assam, East Himalaya, Myanmar, Nepal,
|| 5 Metres
This member of the Menispermaceae
family was given this name by
John Miers in
1866. It is found
in the forests of north-eastern India, Assam, East Himalaya,
Myanmar, Thailand and Nepal, growing in a rich soil with
some to lots of water and some sun. It is found from 1300-2100
meters. The caudex can grow to 40
centimetres in diameter, the entire plant to five metres in
flowers are greenish.
The genera name after Stephan Ladislaus Endlicher, 1804-1849, an
Austrian botanist who formulated a major system of plant
classification. The species name means 'bearing (little) glands'.