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Published In: Species Plantarum. Editio quarta 3(1): 705. 1800. (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)
Contributor Text: YASIN J. NASIR
Flower/Fruit: Fl. Per.: July-August.
Type: Type: Described from Siberia.
Distribution: Distribution: C. & S. Russia, W. Siberia, Romania, Turkey, Iran, Caucasus, C. Asia, Afghanistan, N.W. Himalaya.
Comment/Acknowledgements: A polymorphic species with an unusual amount of variability in the plant and leaf size, shape, incision and the degree of pubescence. This variability has also been mentioned by several other authors such as Bobrov (l.c. 4243), Schönbeck-Temesy (l.c. 22) etc.

There is some difference of opinion as to petal colour. Knuth (l.c.) states it to be violet-purplish or violet-rose to sometimes white (Schönbeck-Temesy, l.c.), Bobrov, (l.c. 43-44) mentioned the colour as pink. In the Flora of Turkey (l.c. p. 467) and Flora Europea (l.c. p. 197) the colour mentioned is lilac or lilac-pink. Usually found along irrigation ditches or damp places from 2800-4800 m.

Illustration: Geranium collinum Stephan ex Willd. (Illustration)
Map Location: Chitral: A-7 Lutko, 10,000', Bowes Lyon 800 (E); Och Onzog, c. 3600 m, P. Wendelbo s.n. (BM); Lospur, 10,000', Bowes Lyon 32 (BM, G); Sol Laspur, at edge of irrigated field, fls. white with red veins, E.J. Ecker 7576 (RAW); Barum, SE. of Tirich Mir, fls. white with pale pink veins, Stainton 2786 (BM); Turikho, 9000', Bowes Lyon 1030 (E); Knot An, 10,000', N. of Mastuj, Stainton & G. Wohrl 70 (W); B-6 Ziarat, M.A. Siddiqi 2263 (RAW); Lowari Top; R.R. Stewart et al. 1349 (RAW); Gilgit A-7 Kerolungma glacier, 14,500', R. S. Russell 1256 (BM); Sokha glacier, 15000', R.S. Russell 1642 (BM, K); Hispar glacier, R.S. Russell 1559 (BM, E); Chantir Gah, F. Schmid 2171 (RAW); Talas, 3700 m, F. Schmid 2237 (E); Imit, by irrigation ditches, F. Schmid 2073;2074 (RAW, G); Ishkoman, Aug. 1954, F. Schmid s.n. (RAW); Rawat, Yasin 2600-2900 m, F. Schmid 2067 (RAW); Mahantir Gah, 3240-4000 m, F. Schmid 2220 (RAW); Baltistan: B-9 Ghondokoro glacier, c. 14000', E. Nasir & G.L. Webster 6178 (RAW); Katchura, 8-9000', Coll. Ignot on 17.7.1892 (K); B-9 Kuru to Daghoni, ± 8000', E. Nasir & G.L. Webster 5912 (RAW); B-8 Shigar, 8000', fls. white to pale lavender rose, W. Koelz 9611 (RAW); Skardu, 7650', C.B. Clarke 29950 (K); near Skardu fort, Coll. Ignot. 396 (K); B-7 Swat: above Ushu, 27.7.1953, R.R. Stewart & A. Rahman s.n. (RAW); Jhamra 7500', R.R. Stewart et al. 1517 (RAW); Gabral, S.A. Faroogi 73;75 (KUH); Sho nala, A. Rahman 5 (RAW, BM); Kashmir: B-8 Burzil Pass, R.R. & LD. Stewart 19735 (RAW); C-8 Bedori, R.R. Stewart et al. 23975 (RAW);.

 

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Perennial 15-50 cm or more tall. Rhizome elongated. Stem(s) ascending, divaricate, retrorsely pubescent or glandular. Leaves suborbicular or orbicularreniform, 15-80 mm broad, palmatipartite into acute (-obtuse) lobes. Petiole of lower leaves up to 13 cm long. Stipules subulate-lanceolate, 5-7 (-9) mm long, entire, pubescent. Peduncle 3.5-13 (-17) cm long, ascending-recurved. Sepals 6-9 (-10) mm long, elliptic oblong, 3-5-nerved, pubescent or glandular; awn 1-2 mm long. Petals 14-19 mm long, obovate, lilac-rose or sometimes white, claw ciliate. Beak 16-24 mm long. Mericarps pubescent or pubescent-glandular. Seed 2.5 mm long, oblong, minutely reticulate, brownish black.
 
 
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