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Published In: Flora of Pakistan 192: 185–186. 1990. (Fl. Pakistan) Name publication detail

Project Name Data (Last Modified On 6/2/2011)
Acceptance : Accepted
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Contributor Text: I.C. Hedge
Flower/Fruit: Fl. Per.: June-August.
Type: Type: [India] Kumaon, R. Blinkworth (K).
Distribution: Distribution: Afghanistan, Pakistan, Kashmir to Bhutan, NW India.
Comment/Acknowledgements: Records of Stachys melissifolia Benth. from our area apparently stem from misidentifications of Stachys emodi.
Map Location: A.7/B-7 Gilgit: 2450 m, Giles 632 (E); B-6 Swat: near Jabba, Qaiser & Chafoor 4823 (KUH); Dir, near Lowari, Kazmi 7148 (KUH); B-7 Hazara: near Nathia Gali, Kazmi 4546 (KUH); Saida Qureshi 189 (KUH); Nathia Gali to Abbotabad, Farooqi & Qaiser 3488 (KUH); Lalazar, Saida Qureshi 216 (KUH); Thandiani, 2750 m, R. R. Stewart 27614 (RAW, KUH); Shogran, Kazmi 2127A (KUH); Kagan valley, Naran, 2300 m, Muqarrab Shah & Jamshed 117 (E); Burtt 938 (E); Kawai to Shogran, Sultanul Abedin & Qaiser 8777 (KUH); Kalapani, 2000 m, Y. Nasir (RAW, KUH); Abbottabad: Abbottabad, Qazilbash 2172, 2237 (KUH); Muzaffarabad: Leepa valley, Qaiser & Ghafoor 5185 (KUH); Reshian to Leepa village, Qaiser & Rizwan Yusuf 7885 (KUH); Kashmir: Kishenganga valley, 1830 m, R. R. Stewart 17748 (RAW, KUH); B-8 Kashmir: Khelenmarg, 3050 m, O. Polunin 139 (BM, E); Baltai to Sonamarg, C. C. Burt 108 (E); Kostorkut, NW of Vishensar, 3350 m, O. Polunin (BM, E); Gulmarg, c. 2500 m, Duthie s.n. (E); Kootihar valley, Halcro Johnston 64 (E); C-7 Rawalpindi: Murree, Hasnain s.n. (KUH); Kamal Akhter & Qaiser 51 (KUH); C-8 Kashmir: Gurais valley, 2440 m, Duthie 14078 (E).


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Perennial, herbaceous. Stems erect, 30-60 (-100) cm, unbranched, with numerous long, simple, spreadig eglandular hairs, sometimes mixed with long glandular hairs especially above, leafy. Leaves green, 3-6 (-9) x 2-3 (-4) cm, ovate to oblong-elliptic, regularly crenate or crenulate, cordate, acute, with a dense or sparse covering of long eglandular hairs. Verticillasters many-flowred, in the axils of the smaller upper leaves, distant below, approximating above. Bracts linear-oblong, acuminate. Calyx green or purplish, 6-10 mm, triangular-campanulate, villous, with or without some glandular hairs, not bilabiate; teeth erect, equal, 3-4 mm, triangular, acuminate-spinulose; throat of tube with some villous hairs. Corolla pale pink to pinkish purple, 10-17 mm; upper lip straight, sericeous; lower lip 3-lobed, clearly longer than upper. Stamens usually included under upper lip of corolla. Style shortly 2-fid. Nutlets brown, oblong ovoid, c. 2 x 1.7 mm, apically rounded.
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