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26. Pedicularis ser. Aloenses H. L. Li, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia. 101: 147. 1949.

阿洛系 a luo xi

Herbs not or slightly drying black. Rhizomes absent; roots densely yellowish brown pubescent. Stems and branches slender. Branches and leaves opposite or occasionally alternate. Stem leaves ovate, rarely ovate-lanceolate. Calyx lobes 5, entire. Corolla less than 2 cm; galea ± straight to falcate, toothless, beakless; lower lip much shorter than to nearly as long as galea. Anthers acuminate.

Seven species: China, Myanmar, Sikkim; five species in China.

1 Corolla tube more than 2 X as long as galea; stems strongly woody, densely pubescent   57 Pedicularis petelotii
+ Corolla tube ca. as long as galea; stems herbaceous or becoming woody when old, striate, subglabrous.   (2)
2 (1) Corolla rose; lower lip nearly as long as galea   56 Pedicularis legendrei
+ Corolla ± yellow; lower lip much shorter than galea.   (3)
3 (2) Corolla tube ca. 2 mm in diam.; filaments glabrous   55 Pedicularis wardii
+ Corolla tube ca. 4 mm in diam.; filaments slightly pubescent.   (4)
4 (3) Leaves ca. 7 cm, segments 5--7 pairs; lower corolla lip 3--5 mm   53 Pedicularis aurata
+ Leaves ca. 5 cm, segments 4 or 5 pairs; lower corolla lip ca. 2.5 mm   54 Pedicularis aloensis

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