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Published In: A Natural Arrangement of British Plants 2: 614–615. 1822. (Nat. Arr. Brit. Pl.) Name publication detailView in Biodiversity Heritage Library

Project Name Data (Last Modified On 6/2/2011)
Acceptance : Accepted
Project Data     (Last Modified On 6/3/2011)
Flower/Fruit: Fl.Per.: February-August.
Type: Lectotype: Herb.Linn.907/5 (LINN).

Syntype: Hort.Cliff. (BM).

Distribution: Distribution: Pakistan; Kashmir; India; Nepal; Russia; Middle East; Far East; N. Africa; Europe; Congo; Ethiopia; Angola, may have been introduced at many places.
Comment/Acknowledgements: I preferred the above-mentioned specimen (Ali, l.c.) because Linnaeus (l.c.) has given a fresh description in the Species Plantarum, in addition to citing the Hort. Cliff. reference.
Map Location: B-6 Chitral, Mastuj, J.D.A.Stainton 2442 (RAW); B-7 Abbottabad, 5000 ft., R.R. Stewart s.n. 11.4.1927 (RAW); Swat, Madian, c. 4000 ft., R.R.Stewart 24512 (RAW); Lower Swat, Mangular, 3000 ft., R.R.Stewart 27490 (RAW); Swat, Bahrein, R.R. Stewart & E.Nasir 190 (RAW); Hazara, Dadar, 4200 ft., R.R.Stewart 28666 (RAW); Ibid, Y..Nasir 5935 (RAW); C-7 Bagh, R,R.Stewart & E.Nasir s.n. 17.4.1952 (RAW); Kotli, 3500 ft., Rashid Khan 27392 (RAW); Murree hills, Asghar Ali s.n. 1956 (RAW); C-8 Poonch, Trarkhel, c. 6000 ft., weed, A.Rashid, E.Nasir, R.R. Stewart 25544 (RAW); Domel, R.R. Stewart 11094 (RAW); Gugri, 8-9000 ft., J.F.Duthie 7272 (RAW).


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Trailing or climbing annual herb, stem pubescent to glabrescent. Leaf paripinnately compound, leaflets 6-20, 4-15 mm long, 1.5-3 mm broad, linear, obtuse, truncate or marginate, mucronate, sparsely pubescent when young; stipules semisagittate to lanceolate, the lower toothed or laciniate, tendril mostly branched. Inflorescence a 2-7-flowered, axillary, peduncled raceme, peduncle up to 4 cm long. Calyx 1.5-3.0 mm long, pubescent, teeth equal to or longer than the tube. Corolla rose or pale-blue. Vexillum 3-5 mm long. Fruit 6-11 mm long, 2.5-4 mm broad, pubescent to subglabrous, 1-2-seeded.
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