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Published In: Hamburger Garten- und Blumenzeitung 6: 352. 1850. (Hamburger Garten- Blumenzeitung) Name publication detail

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.: June-August.
Type: Type: based on specimens cultivated from seeds obtained from Kashmir and Tibet, Hb. E. India Co., coll. Ignot. s.n. (K).
Distribution: Distribution: Afghanistan, Pakistan, Kashmir, Pamir Alaj, Tien Shan.
Comment/Acknowledgements: Fairly common from 2500-3400 m. Variable as to flower size, colour and villosity of stem and leaves.
Illustration: Lindelofia anchusoides (Lindl.) Lehm. (Illustration)
Map Location: Gilgit: A-7 Barum Bar Glacier, 40 miles w. of Yasin, David Broadhead 65 (RAW); Naltar lakes, 12000 , 20.7.1954 R.R. Stewart 26323 (RAW); Chitral: A, B-6 Chitral, Hassandin 156 (RAW); Meran forest, 1550 m, Chitral Gol, Hakim Khan s.n. (RAW); Ziarat, Harriss 16377 (RAW); Lowari top-Dir, R.R. Stewart, E. Nasir & M.A. Siddiqi 1343 (RAW); Bombrait, fairly common, Y. Nasir 5035 (RAW); Ashrait, M.A. Siddigi 2256 (RAW); Lahori Pass, N. AIi 10255 (RAW); Brir, M.A. Siddiqi 2220 (RAW); Kasavir, 1800 m, Chitral Gol, 4.7.1977, Hakim Khan s.n. (RAW); Ziarat-Lowari, M.A. Siddiqi & A. Rahman 26852 (RAW); B-7 Swat: Kalam-Utrore, E. Nasir & M.A. Siddiqi 996 (RAW); Gabral, F. Grohmann 6284 (RAW); near Kulali, R.R. Stewart 24518 (RAW); Hazara: Naran, ± 8000', Hassan-din 3054 (RAW); Naran, Saifulmaluk, Y. Nasir 9142 (RAW); Burawai-Besal rd., M.A. Siddiqi 24161 (RAW); Kashmir: B-8 Badwan, 8000', Gurez vy., R.R. Stewart 19617 (RAW); Gorai-Gurais, R.R. & I.D. Stewart 4261 (RAW); Keran, 5000', R.R. Stewart 17638 (RAW); Chorwan-Minimarg, R.R. Stewart 19715 (RAW); below Sharda, ± 6000', R.R. & I.D. Stewart 17753 (RAW); Baltistan: Deosai-Chillam, ± 11000', E. Nasir & G.L. Webster 6392 (RAW).


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Perennial herb up to 75 cm tall with softly hairy parts. Stem usually branched above. Basal leaves petiolate, lanceolate or broadly so, excluding petiole 8-30 x 2-9 cm, upper surface with soft subappressed hairs. Caulirie leaves similar but smaller. Inflorescence terminal and axillary, bifurcate, lax in fruit. Pedicel up to 5 mm in flower, up to twice or longer in fruit. Calyx 5-partite into oblong to narrow oblong lobes, 3-4 mm long, up to 6 mm in fruit. Corolla bluish-pink to blue-purple; campanulate, 9-12 mm long. Tube 5-7 mm long, equal to or exceeding calyx; limb longer than tube, 1 /3 to 1 /2 cleft into obtuse lobes. Throat scales at base level with limb, ± 3 mm long, wedge-shaped, edges minutely puberulous, below apex bigibbous. Anthers linear-oblong, 2.8-3 mm long, filaments 1.5-2 mm long, attached below throat scales, base dilated. Style 9-10 mm long, slender. Nutlets 5 x 3 mm, ± circular. Dorsal surface appendiculate; appendages along margin 1.5-2 mm long, basally confluent to form a broad rim, middle dorsal area with shorter appendages along median line.
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