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Published In: Species Plantarum 2: 736. 1753. (1 May 1753) (Sp. Pl.) Name publication detailView in BotanicusView 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.: July-August.
Type: Type: Herb. Linn. 906/20 (LINN).
Distribution: Distribution: Pakistan; Kashmir; India; Orient, Europe; Russia; Far East.
Comment/Acknowledgements: This cosmopolitan taxon is one of the most variable species. A number of infraspecific taxa are sometimes recognised. It is also cultivated as fodder.
Illustration: Vicia sativa L. (Illustration)
Map Location: B,C-6 Peshawar, military grass farm, Baldev Raj 19387 (RAW); B-6 Chitral, I.I Chaudhri 117 (RAW); Brimbret, 5000 ft. A.Rehman s.n. 29.7.1954 (RAW); B-7 Abbottabad, c.4000 ft. R.R.Stewart 9065 (RAW); Swat: Kartela near Mingora, S.I.AIi & S.A.Faruqi 1608 (KUH); Hazara, Mansera, R.R.Stewart s.n. 11.4.1959 (KUH); Muzzaffarabad Dist.: Domel, Jhelum valley, 2500 ft., R.R.Stewart 12069 (RAW); Nakial, 5000 ft., 20.4.1954, A.Rashid, E.Nasir & R.R.Stewart (RAW); B-9 Baltistan, Skardu, E.Nasir & G.L.Webster 45741 (RAW); Ladakh, Nuna, 10000 ft., in wheat fields, W.Koelz 2699 (RAW); C-7 Sargodaha; Sakesar near Air Force Halt, M.Qaiser 2665 (KUH); Kotli to Mirpur, c. 3000 ft., 24.4.1954, R.R.Stewart (RAW); Topi Park (Rawalpindi), Mohindar Nath 129 (RAW); Murree hills, Ghora Gali c. 6000 ft., R.R.Stewart 13253 (RAW); Attock, E.Nasir 19323 (RAW); C-8 Poonch, Palandri, 3500 ft., R.R.Stewart 12055 (RAW); D-4 Quetta: Urak, 14 miles from Quetta, soil sandy clay, Sultanul Abedin 4662 (KUH); Urak, M. Qaiser & A.Ghafoor 1355 (KUH); Quetta Dist.: Baluchistan, near Hanna, 6000 ft., E. Nasir 28424 (RAW); D-5 Loralai Dist.: Pathankote near Loralai, Mohindar Nath 6100 (RAW) ; F-3 Panjgur, Sultanul Abedin & Abrar Husain, 6691 (KUH); 6 miles from Panjgur on way to Nag, wet soil, sandy clay, Sultanul A bedin & Abrar Husain 6765 (KUH); F-4 Dadu Dist.: 12 miles from Dadu, on Dadu-Moro Road, S.A. Faruqi & Sultanul Abedin 466 (KUH); G-4 Hyderabad, between Matiari and Tando Adam, A.Ghafoor & M.Qaiser 423 (KUH); Karachi, Jamshed Road, Syed Afzal Ahmad Hyderi s.n. 1962 (KUH); Karachi, Gujjo canal, Khush Gul, s.n. 4.2.1968 (KUH); University Campus, Karachi, Farida Khatoon s.n. 1962 (KUHI.


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Annual herb, pubescent to subglahrous, decumbent, erect or climbing. Leaf pinnately compound, petiole less than 1 cm long; leaflets 4-18, 1-4 cm long, 2-15 mm broad, linear to lanceolate to oblong or obovate, acute, obtuse or emarginate, thinly pubescent or glabrescent; stipules 3-8 mm long, semisagittate, dentate: tendril generally branched. Flowers 1-2 rarely 3, axillary, subsessile or shortly pedicellate. Calyx 7-20 mm, pubescent, teeth 3-11 mm long, subequal. Corolla pale pink, crimson, purplish violet, rarely white. Vexillum 7-25 mm long. Fruit 2.3-6.5 cm long, 4-8.5 mm broad, narrowly oblong, pubescent becoming glabrous when mature, 6-12-seeded.
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