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50. Astragalus sect. Tanythrix Bunge, Mém. Acad. Imp. Sci. Saint Pétersbourg, sér. 7. 11(16): 114. 1868.

毛冠组 mao guan zu

Astragalus sect. Pseudorosei N. Ulziykhutag.

Plants perennial, with lignified stem bases, covered with ascending to spreading bifurcate hairs. Stems well developed, pros­trate. Stipules adnate to petiole, otherwise free. Racemes borne on short peduncles, densely capitate. Bracteoles absent. Calyx cam­panulate-tubular, ruptured by legume. Petals glabrous or all hairy; standard at base hastately angularly passing into claw; wing limbs bilobed. Legumes small, incompletely 2-locular, many seeded.

Two species: NW China, Kazakhstan, Russia (Siberia); two species (one endemic) in China.

1 Calyx 11-14 mm; petals hairy, rarely glabrous; standard 13-17 mm.   318 A. roseus
+ Calyx 9-10 mm; petals glabrous; standard 10-11 mm.   317 A. pseudoroseus


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