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Published In: Diagnoses Plantarum Orientalium Novarum, ser. 1 1: 22. 1843. (Diagn. Pl. Orient., ser. 1,) Name publication detail

Project Name Data (Last Modified On 6/2/2011)
Acceptance : Accepted
Project Data     (Last Modified On 6/3/2011)
Flower/Fruit: Fl. Per.: June-August.
Type: Syntypes: Turkey, Manisa, in Sipyli, supra Magnesian, Boissier; Tauro, vii. 1842, Kotschy 86 (G; E, photo!).
Distribution: Distribution: Turkey and Pakistan.
Comment/Acknowledgements: Found from 900-3500 m.
Map Location: A-7 Chitral: Madaglasht, 11000',14.8.1958, Stainton 3135 (RAW.); Ziarat-Naggar, 15.8.1934, N. Ali 10285 (RAW); Gilgit Agency: Deosai to Chilam, ± 11000', 7.8.1955, G.L. Webster & E. Nasir 2755 (RAW); 2 miles from Batakundi, on way to Babusar Pass, 12.8.1971, Sultan-ul-Abedin 6113 (KUH) ; Dir, Patrak, 5.8.73, Abdus Samad s.n: (PPFI- B); B-7 Swat: Cabral, common in dry places, 4.8.1970, F. Grohmann 62090 (RAW); Hazara Dist.: Naran, ± 8000', 24.8.1964, E. Nasir 2940 (RAW); Naran, 9000', 21.6.1959, Jafri & Ali 3373 (KUH): Naran, Excursion Trip, no. 7943 (LAH); Kaghan, Balakot, 2.7.1952, Zia-ul-Hussan s.n. (RAW); 3 miles from Naran on way to Saif-ul-Maluk, 8.7.1977, Kamal & M. Qaiser 335 (KUH); Naran,, B. Ahmed s.n. (PPFI-B).


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Tufted perennial, 10-30 cm with a branched woody stock. Stems many, erect to ascending, swollen at the nodes, sparsely pubescent to glabrous, hairs minute. Eave 7-30 (-40) x 1-2 mm, linear, usually congested basally, reducing in size upwards, glabrous with a ± sparsely ciliate margin, apex acute, midrib thick. Flowers solitary, very rarely 2. Bracteoles 4-6, 6-8 mm, ovate to narrowly ovate, apiculate with a membranous margin. Calyx 11-12 (-15) mm, glabrous, contracted above, teeth lanceolate, acute or mucronate, with a ciliate margin. Petals c. 15 mm, white to rose pink, limb 3-4 mm, subentire to dentate at apex, ebarbulate.
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