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Published In: A General History of the Dichlamydeous Plants 1: 780. 1831. (Gen. Hist.) Name publication detailView in BotanicusView in Biodiversity Heritage Library

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Flower/Fruit: Fl. Per.: June-July.
Type: Type: Baikal, Sievers s.n. (LE).
Comment/Acknowledgements: Commonly found in stony and gravelly locations at 1400-2300 m in Kurram Valley and Quetta district. The leaves grow vertically on the stems.
Illustration: Haplophyllum acutifolium (DC.) G. Don (Illustration)
Map Location: C-6 Kurram: Amal Kot to Sadda, c. 15 km from Parachinar, roadside grassy shingle, 1400 m., J. Lamond 1899 (E); Tappaki, Kurram Valley, Parachinar-Thal road, M. Qaiser & Sultanul Abedin 5867 (KUH); Baluchistan: D-4 nr. Quetta, Hanna Lake, M. Nath 2399 (RAW); Hanna Valley, Jafri & Abrar Hussain s.n. (KUH); Ziarat, ± 8000', in stones, fls. yellow, Zaffar Ali 4900 (RAW); Quetta, 6000', Jafri & Abrar Hussain 2058 (KUH); Kach, Lace 3880 (E); Kuch, RR. Stewart 524 (RAW); Urak, Stewart 671 (RAW).


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Plants erect, 30-50 cm tall, with corymbiform branching, branches green or whitish, somewhat glaucous, glabrous, ± gland dotted. Leaves 20-39 x 5-13 mm, elliptic-oblong to lanceolate or elliptic, base tapering to a short petiole, acute to subacute, dark glandular-punctate. Inflorescence in dense, small-flowered corymbs; bracts lanceolate, sparsely pubescent or glabrous. Sepals ovate, 0.5-1 mm, obtuse, sparsely ciliate glandular, persistant. Petals yellow, 4-5 mm, elliptical, shortly clawed, glandular. Filaments free to about half the length of the petals, glandular, barbate inside the expanded portion. Ovary 5-locular, glabrous, densely glandular; style 1.5 mm, glabrous. Capsule 4 mm broad, densely covered with protuding glands, indehiscent. Seed 1 in each locule.
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