3. Cissampelopsis glandulosa C. Jeffrey & Y. L. Chen, Kew Bull. 39: 345. 1984.
腺毛藤菊 xian mao teng ju
Subshrubs or herbs, large, scandent. Stems becoming woody, glandular pubescent. Leaves adaxially green, ovate or broadly ovate, 7-14 × 5-10 cm, papery, abaxially densely glandular fulvous pubescent, adaxially thinly arachnoid and glabrescent to subglabrous, base cordate, margin repand-denticulate or dentate with apiculate teeth, apex acute-acuminate. Upper and synflorescence leaves smaller, ovate, basally subtruncate. Capitula discoid, numerous, arranged in dense terminal and upper axillary compound corymbs, forming narrow thyrse; synflorescence branches mostly shorter than leaves, densely glandular pubescent; peduncles 4-10 mm, slender; bracts and/or bracteoles 2 or 3, linear-subulate, 2-3 mm, glandular pubescent. Involucres broadly cylindric, 7-8 × 2.5-3.5 mm, calyculate; bracts of calyculus 3-5, linear-subulate, ca. 2 mm; phyllaries 8, linear-oblong, 1.5-2 mm wide, herbaceous, sparsely finely pubescent, margin broadly scarious, sparsely finely pubescent, apically acute. Ray florets absent. Disk florets ca. 10; corolla white, ca. 12 mm, with 5-5.5 mm tube and narrowly funnelform limb; lobes oblong-lanceolate, ca. 3.2 mm, apically acute. Anthers ca. 4.5 mm; anther tails ca. 0.5 × as long as antheropodium; appendages oblong-lanceolate; antheropodia stout, basally somewhat dilated. Style branches ca. 3 mm, fringed with short papillae, central tuft much longer, stout, conspicuous. Achenes cylindric, 4.5-5 mm, glabrous. Pappus white or dirty white, ca. 11 mm. Fl. Jan.
● Climbing in ravines; 2300-2400 m. Yunnan.