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Published In: Ind. Sem. Hort. Dorpat. Suppl. 1. 1823. (Ind. Sem. Hort. Dorpat. Suppl.) Name publication detail

Project Name Data (Last Modified On 5/8/2022)
Acceptance : Accepted
Project Data     (Last Modified On 5/17/2018)
Contributor Text: R. Borosova & J. Osborne
Contributor Institution: Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
Flower/Fruit: Fl. & Fr.Per.: July – September
Type: Type: Belorussia, Dahuria (“in Rossia alba Witebsk et in Davuria, Verosimiliter, per omnem Sibiriam”).
Distribution: Distribution: Pakistan, Kashmir, Caucasus, E Europe, Central Asia, India, Japan, Laos, Korea, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Russia, Thailand, Vietnam

In marshy places, on stream banks, grassy banks, meadows and woodland edges; 600-2700 m

Map Location: B-6 Chitral, Bombrait, 23.7.1956, A.R.Beg 1477 (RAW); NWFP, Chitral, Brir, 5000 ft, 27.7.1954, M.A.Siddiqui & A.Rahman s.n. (RAW); B-7 District Hazara, Moshpuri Westridge, 8500 ft, 26.7.1970, A Siddiqi &, Y. Nasir 5979 (RAW); NWFP, District Mansehra, Mana village, Siran Valley, 12.9.1994, Q.Marwat 406 (RAW); NWFP, Hazara, Kagan, Malkandi, 6000 ft, 8.7.1899, J.F.Duthie s.n. (RAW); Hazara, Nathia Gali, 6.9.1973, A.Siddiqi & Y.Nasir s.n. (RAW); Swat state, between Maina and Ilam Mountain, 8000 ft, 12.8.1952, R.J.Rodin 5461 (RAW); Hazara, Thandiani, 8000 - 9000 ft, 24.7.1956, R.R.Stewart 27719 (RAW); Hazara, below Thandiani, 8000 ft, 24.7.1987, Y.Nasir & R.Akhter 12958 (RAW); Bhonj, Kagan, 30.7.1897, J.F.Duthie 21271 (K); Chitral, Madaglast, 9000 ft, July 1908, S.M. Toppin 531 (K); Kashmir, Tragbol, 9200 ft, 23.7.1919, R.R.Stewart 4584 (K); Kund, Saran Range, Hazara, 15.8.1899, J.F.Duthie s.n. (K); Hazara, Mokshpuri, nr. Nalihia Gali, 1960, D.McVean s.n. (E); Saiful Maluk, Kaghan vy., 9000 ft, 12.9.1963, M.A.Siddiqi 3076 (W); Swat, Himalaya bor.-occid., Utror, 35°35' N, 72°25' E, 2500 m, 23.8.1962, K.H.Rechinger 19559 (W); B-8 Kashmir, Sonamarg, 9000 ft, 5.9.1917, R.R.Stewart 3622 (RAW); Kashmir, Pahlgam, 7000 - 8000 ft, 19.7.1920, R.R.Stewart & I.D.Stewart 5314 (RAW); Kashmir, Srinagar, 5200 ft, July 1939, R.R. Stewart, 18052 (RAW); Kashmir, Shardi, 2000 m, 1.8.1953, F.Schmid 588 (RAW); Kashmir, Sind Valley, 7500 ft, 2.9.1876, C.B.Clark 30931A (K); Kashmir, Sonamarg, 9000 ft, 18.8.1922, R.R.Stewart 7343 (K); Kashmir, Gilgit, 9600 ft, Giles 651 (K); Kashmir, Tangmarg, 6000 ft, O. Polunin 56 1324 (BM); Kashmir, Dasu, 8500 ft, July 1936, M.K.Timins 177 (BM); Kashmir, Sind valley, 8000 ft, 15.3.1893, J.F.Duthie 13588 (BM); Kashmir Valley, Palhallam, 5500 ft, 17.7.1891, G.A.Gammit s.n. (W); Palhallan, J.F.Duthie s.n. (W); Kashmir, Montes Pir Panjal S Srinagar, Gusmarg, 2100 - 2300 m, K.H Rechinger 62185 (W); C-7 Murree Hills, R.R.Stewart 1559 (RAW); Murree, 25.7.1857, A.Fleming 308 (K); Murree, 7000 ft, September 1885, D.M.Donie 1758 (K); C-8 Upper Chenab, 1880, R.Ellis 567 (K); Kashmir, near Sinthan Pass, 8000 ft, 8.7.1939, F.Ludlow 194 (BM).


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Herbs erect, 30-120 cm tall with short tuberous rhizome. Stems sparsely to densely pilose with long spreading hairs. Stipules falcate or ovate-lanceolate with serrate margins or rarely entire, apex acute or acuminate. Leaves 10-15 cm long, with pubescent petioles and 1-4 pairs of larger leaflets, the upper leaves sometimes reduced to 3 leaflets. Leaflets 0.5-5 x 0.2-2.5 cm, elliptic, gradually smaller towards the base, alternate with much smaller ones. All leaflets sessile or shortly petiolulate, abaxially glandular and sparsely long pubescent to hirsute, particularly on veins, rarely glabrescent, adaxially adpressed pilose to glabrescent, apex acute or obtuse, base cuneate, margins serrate. Inflorescence terminal, often branched, rachis pilose. Racemes approx. 25-flowered. Flowers 6-9 mm in diameter. Bracts usually 3-lobed, bracteoles ovate, entire or lobed. Sepals 5, triangular-ovate, 3-veined, mucronulate; petals 3-5 mm long, narrowly obovate, yellow. Stamens 5-15. Style filiform, stigma capitate. Fruiting hypanthium (including hooked prickles) 4-6 mm long, deeply 10-grooved, obovoid, pilose to glabrescent, with a series of 2-3 mm long hooked prickles at the apex. Prickles mainly erect to subconnivent, sometimes patent. Fruit usually reflexing only at maturity.

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