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Anemone patula Chang


Description from Flora of China

Leaves 6--9; petiole 3--10 cm × ca. 1 mm, subglabrous; leaf blade 3-sect, orbicular-ovate, 0.5--3.5 × 1--4 cm, sparsely puberulent or glabrescent, base deeply cordate; segments subsessile; central segment 3-lobed, flabellate-rhombic, lobes flabellate-obovate, margin lobulate, lobules narrowly ovate, sometimes denticulate; lateral segments 3-lobed, obliquely flabellate. Scapes 3--6, 5--25 cm, 1-flowered, subglabrous. Involucral bract blade 3-lobed or 3-dentate, rarely undivided, obovate, 1--2 cm, puberulent or subglabrous. Pedicel 2--5 cm, puberulent or subglabrous. Sepals 5(or 6), white or blue-purple, ovate or broadly obovate, 4--12 × 2--9 mm, puberulent (hairs short or long), basal veins 3--7, vein anastomoses absent. Stamens 3--5 mm; filament lanceolate. Pistils 2--4 mm, villous. Fl. Jun--Jul.

* Abies forests, thickets, alpine meadows; 3500--4000 m. C and W Sichuan.


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