1. Nannoglottis ravida (C. Winkler) Y. L. Chen, Kew Bull. 39: 432. 1984.
青海毛冠菊 qing hai mao guan ju
Senecio ravidus C. Winkler, Trudy Imp. S.-Peterburgsk. Bot. Sada 13: 4. 1893; Nannoglottis qinghaiensis Y. Ling & Y. L. Chen.
Subshrubs; rhizome thickened, woody, multibranched. Stems erect, 12-20 cm tall, pubescent with white cottony hairs and glandular hairs, later glabrescent. Leaves: basal oblanceolate or spatulate-oblong, 4-5 × ca. 1 cm; mid cauline petiole to 5 cm, winged, blade oblong or elliptic, 4-11 × 0.5-2.5 cm, abaxially densely cottony, adaxially green, arachnoid or glabrous, base attenuate, margin repand-dentate or shallowly lobed, apex obtuse or rounded. Capitula solitary. Involucre hemispheric, 13-15 mm in diam.; phyllaries 2- or 3-seriate, linear-lanceolate, 9-11 × 1-1.5 mm, abaxially white cottony and glandular, apex often reflexed, acuminate. Ray florets yellow, lamina linear, ca. 10 × 1 mm; tubular florets fine, ca. 4 mm, apically finely hairy; disk florets yellow, 5-6 mm, lobes glandular. Achenes oblong, appressed hairy, finely ribbed. Pappus of white bristles 5-6 mm. Fl. and fr. Jul-Aug.
● Rocky mountains, shady slopes, thickets, meadows; 3700-4100 m. S Qinghai (Chindu), Xizang.