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6. Blumea hookeri C. B. Clarke ex J. D. Hooker, Fl. Brit. India. 3: 269. 1881.

薄叶艾纳香 bao ye ai na xiang

Blumea densiflora Candolle var. hookeri (C. B. Clarke ex J. D. Hooker) C. C. Chang & Y. Q. Tseng.

Herbs, perennial, coarse. Stems erect, puberulent. Leaves pinnatifid, subsessile, elliptic, 7-38 × 3-18 cm, puberulent on both surfaces, base long attenuate, apex acuminate; lobes 3-5 pairs, oblong to lanceolate, acuminate, subentire or remotely serrulate, sometimes also with few coarse teeth. Capitula numerous, in open, leafy, rounded or elongate, terminal panicles. Involucre in 5 or 6 series; phyllaries 2-6 mm, outermost oblong-lanceolate, pubescent, others linear. Receptacle glabrous, sometimes sparsely hairy. Corolla lobes of central florets with minute glandular pubescence and eglandular hairs. Ovaries pubescent; pappus somewhat reddish. Fl. Jan-Apr.

Forests; 1200-2800 m. Yunnan [Bhutan, NE India, Vietnam].


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