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2. Kungia schoenlandii (Raymond-Hamet) K. T. Fu, J. Northw. Teachers Coll., Nat. Sci. 1: 5. 1988.

弯毛孔岩草 wan mao kong yan cao

Basal leaves forming a dense rosette; leaf blade obovatelanceolate, abaxially curved, ca. 5 × 1-2 mm, margin entire or coarsely dentate, apex obtuse. Flowering stem ascending, curved, 6-30 cm, sparsely glandular hairy. Inflorescence racemose or paniculate-racemiform and composed of cymelets; cymelet peduncles slender, short; pedicels to 4 mm. Sepals narrowly triangular, ca. 2 × 0.6 mm, Petals red, oblong-lanceolate, 5.5-6 × ca. 1 mm, apex long acute. Stamens 5, shorter than petals. Nectar scales spatulate-quadrate, apex subemarginate. Carpels lanceolate. Styles ca. 1.5 mm. Follicles ca. 3.5 mm including style. Seeds broadly fusiform, striate. Fl. Jun-Jul, fr. Aug-Sep.

* Sunny rocks, valleys and rocks on slopes, rocks near river banks, stone walls; 700-3100 m. S Gansu, Shaanxi, N Sichuan.

1 Leaf blade adaxially densely glandular hairy, abaxially sparsely glandular hairy, hairs long and reflexed, margin entire; inflorescence conical, most flowers in cymelets; petals 5-6 mm   2a var. schoenlandii
+ Leaf blade shortly white lepidote, minutely papilliferous, or glabrous, margin entire or coarsely dentate; inflorescence uniformly slender, many flowers solitary; petals ca. 4 mm   2b var. stenostachya

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