32. Dracocephalum paulsenii Briquet, Bot. Tidsskr. 28: 238. 1908.
宽齿青兰 kuan chi qing lan
Herbs procumbent, ± cespitose. Rhizomes ca. 8 mm in diam., woody. Stems numerous, 5-15 cm, densely spreading pubescent. Petiole 2-3 mm; leaf blade pinnatipartite, ovate, ca. 3-4 × 3-4 mm, adaxially green, strigose, abaxially white tomentose, blade segments margin involute, apex obtuse. Verticillasters in terminal, globose-ovoid or oblong spikes 2-3 × 1.5 cm; bracts purple or purple-blue, elliptic, pinnatipartite, apex somewhat obtuse. Calyx tubular-campanulate, 6-7 mm, spreading pilose; upper lip broadly ovate, 3-toothed; lateral teeth of upper lip narrowly ovate, strongly connate with middle tooth; teeth of lower lip ovate-lanceolate, apex short acuminate. Corolla purple-blue, with dark spots, 1-1.2 cm, densely strigose, exserted portion of tube dilated into wide throat; upper lip short, lower lip reflexed, larger. Fl. Jun-Aug.
Alpine meadows; 3500-4200 m. Xinjiang [Afghanistan, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, Tajikistan]
Considered by some as a synonym of Dracocephalum discolor Bunge.