Bledo, Calalú Polygamomonoecious or monoecious annual herb, to ca 1 m tall, glabrous; stems branched. Leaves alternate; petioles 0.5-4 cm. long; blades +/- deltoid, emarginate to rounded and mucronate at apex, truncate to subacute at base, 1.5-6 cm long, 1-4 cm wide. Flowers in closely congested, +/- cylindrical thyrses ca 5 mm wide, arranged in racemes; bracts and bracteoles ca 1 mm long; sepals 3, rounded and mucronate at apex, 1-1.5 mm long; stamens 3, equaling sepals; ovary compressed-globose; style 1, minute; stigmas 3, longer than style. Utricles indehiscent, strongly rugose; seed 1, cochleate-orbicular, ca 1 mm broad, dull, dark. Kenoyer 348. Collected once and not seen recently, but it could be expected in clearings. Flowers and fruits most of the year, especially in the rainy season.