Description: Aerial stem-parasitic shrubs, erect to pendent; external runners present.
Leaves opposite, penniveined.
Inflorescence axillary, a raceme of opposite triads with the central flower sessile and lateral flowers pedicellate, sometimes reduced to a simple raceme or umbel; bract 1 under each flower. Corolla 6–merous, regular; petals united to the middle or higher into a slightly inflated tube. Stamens equal; anthers dorsifixed, immobile, introrse, 4-locular.
Distribution and occurrence: World: 5 species, New Guinea, Melanesia, Australia. Australia: 2 species, (1 species endemic), Qld, N.S.W.
Text by A. L. Quirico