Ceratostema rauhii.  A: habit, showing pendent, leafy branch and flowers.  B: leaf upper surface.  C: corolla in bud, showing how valvate lobes separate from base upwards.  D: solitary-flowered inflorescence showing bracts, pedicel, calyx, and corolla, note how corolla lobes spread at anthesis to expose stamens and style.  E: four adjacent stamens in ventral view showing connate filaments, and detached portion of single stamen in lateral view, with inset of dehiscence pores (from Rauh 68468, type).  Reproduced from the Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 119(3): 315, fig. 1.  1992.