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12. Circaea alpina Linnaeus subsp. imaicola (Ascherson & Magnus) Kitamura × C. repens Wallich ex Ascherson & Magnus

西南露珠草 xi nan lu zhu cao

Plants that appear to be hybrids between Circaea alpina subsp. imaicola and C. repens are like C. repens in stature. The flowers are smaller and more closely spaced than in C. repens and are borne on ascending, minutely glandular pubescent pedicels. In C. repens, the petioles are glandular pubescent and most commonly spread at right angles to the raceme axis at anthesis. The hybrids have deeply notched petals, as in C. repens , but which are often broader, as in some plants of C. alpina subsp. imaicola .

● Habitat unknown, but presumably in disturbed shaded places; 1800-3200 m. Sichuan, Yunnan.


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