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Dichasia mostly lateral, mostly 3-flowered, central male, lateral or all female. Bracteal cups pedunculate. Berries sessile, smooth, n=14. Widespread in diverse forest types. V. , V. petiolatum Polh. & Wiens. Group 2. Viscum congolense group. Young internodes as V. triflorum group. Leafy, the base with a slight cavity. Dioecious, with skewed sex ratios. Dichasia mostly lateral, often more than 3-flowered, especially in female. Bracteal cups pedunculate. Berries subsessile, smooth to minutely tuberculate.
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