32. Meconopsis wumungensis K. M. Feng ex C. Y. Wu & H. Chuang in C. Y. Wu, Fl. Yunnan. 2: 33. 1979.
乌蒙绿绒蒿 wu meng lü rong hao
Herbs, monocarpic, to 12 cm tall in flower (taller in fruit). Taproot napiform, ca. 4 cm × 3-7 mm, ultimately narrowly cylindrical, to 10 cm. Leaves all basal, deciduous; petiole narrowly strap-shaped, 4-6 cm, basally ampliate to sheath ca. 4 mm wide; blade broadly ovate to lanceolate, 1.5-4.5 × 1-2 cm, both surfaces glabrous, midvein abaxially often 2 longitudinal channels, adaxially prominent, lateral veins distinct, dichotomous, base cordate-cuneate, decurrent to wings, margin basally sublobed, middle deeply lobed, apically slightly lobed, apex rounded; lobes suborbicular, sometimes mixed with a few entire leaves. Scape 1 or 2 per rosette, ca. 11 cm, fulvous appressed- or deflexed-hirsute. Flowers solitary on scape. Flower buds narrowly ovoid, ca. 1.5 cm × 6 mm. Sepals glabrous. Petals 4, indigo, obovate, ca. 3 × 2 cm. Filaments filiform, ca. 1 cm; anthers oblong, 1.5-2 mm. Ovary narrowly elliptic, ca. 8 × 3 mm, sparsely fulvous hirsute; styles ca. 2 mm; stigmas capitate, 4-lobed and decurrent to styles. Fruit not seen. Fl. Jun.
● Wet stones, rocky crags; 3600-3800 m. C Yunnan (Luquan).