11. Crepis bodinieri H. Léveillé, Bull. Géogr. Bot. 25: 15. 1915.
果山还阳参 guo shan huan yang shen
Herbs 40-50 cm tall, perennial, with a strong taproot. Caudex woody, simple or branched, leafless. Stems solitary or several, green, dark green, or tinged with purple, erect, apically branched, smooth, glabrous, basally only with a few scalelike leaves, in and above middle with well-developed leaves. Lower scalelike stem leaves linear-lanceolate, 5-10 × 1-3 mm. Middle stem leaves sessile, linear, 2-14 × 0.1-1 cm, abaxially somewhat canescent tomentulose, margin entire and revolute, apex acute to acuminate. Upper stem leaves similar to middle stem leaves but smaller, uppermost ones bractlike. Synflorescence corymbiform, with few to some capitula. Capitula with 18-30 florets; peduncle shorter or slightly longer than capitulum, slender. Involucre cylindric, 8-10 × 3-4 mm. Phyllaries tomentulose; outer phyllaries linear to linear-lanceolate, longest 1/2-2/3 as long as inner ones, apex acute; inner phyllaries adaxially glabrous, apex obtuse. Anther tube ca. 4 mm. Achene brown, fusiform, ca. 4 mm, with 14 ribs, apically attenuate. Pappus white, 4-6 mm. Fl. and fr. Jun-Jul.
● Forests, thickets; 1500-2900 m. Xizang, Yunnan.
See remarks under Crepis phoenix, above.