8f. Klasea centauroides subsp. chanetii (H. Léveillé) L. Martins, Bot. J. Linn. Soc. 152: 457. 2006.
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Serratula chanetii H. Léveillé, Repert. Spec. Nov. Regni Veg. 10: 351. 1912; Klasea potaninii (Iljin) Kitagawa; S. potaninii Iljin.
Herbs (15-)30-90 cm tall. Rhizome short. Stems solitary or few, branched in upper part, rarely unbranched. Petiole of basal and lower stem leaves 2-9 cm; leaf blade elliptic, oblanceolate, or oblanceolate-elliptic in outline, pinnatilobed, pinnatipartite, lyrately pinnatilobed, or lyrately pinnatipartite, 6-20 × 3-7 cm; lateral lobes 6-10 pairs, margin few toothed or entire. Middle leaves sessile, similar in form and same in division as basal and lower stem leaves. Upper stem leaves broadly linear to linear or with 3-5 pairs of lateral segments, margin entire. Peduncles 1-22 cm. Capitula (1-)3-6(-12), inconspicuously corymbose. Involucre obconic to bowl-shaped, 1.8-2.5 cm in diam. Phyllaries loosely imbricate, in 4-6 rows; outer and middle phyllaries yellowish green, paler at margin, triangular, narrowly triangular, linear-lanceolate, or elliptic-lanceolate, 2-10 × 1.5-3.5 mm, apex acute and without an apical spinule or with a ca. 0.5 mm spinule; inner phyllaries linear-lanceolate to linear, 10-18 × 1-2.5 mm, straight, plane, without distinction between basal part and appendage. Fl. and fr. May-Sep.
● Grasslands on mountain slopes, forests, wastelands, farmlands, watersides; 200-2100 m. Anhui, Hebei, Henan, Shandong, Shanxi.