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Chinese Plant Names | Family List | Ranunculaceae | Delphinium

Delphinium wuqiaense W. T. Wang


Description from Flora of China

Stem ca. 35 cm tall, spreading hispid, simple. Leaf blade 5--7 cm wide, base cordate; primary lobes separate for at least 60% of blade radius; central lobe broadly rhombic, 3-lobulate, distally dentate, apex acute; ultimate lobules lanceolate; proximal leaves not withered. Raceme ca. 14 cm, ca. 10-flowered, spreading hispid; proximal bracts 3-parted, distal ones undivided, linear or narrowly so. Pedicels 1.2--4.5 cm; bracteoles borne near middle of pedicel or distally, linear, 4--6 mm. Sepals blue-purple, abaxially puberulent and very sparsely yellow glandular puberulent; spur subulate-cylindric, 0.9--1.3 cm, nearly straight, base 3--4 mm in diam.; other sepals 1--1.2 cm. Petals 2-lobed, sparsely ciliate. Staminode limb broadly ovate, 2-cleft, yellow barbate, margin long ciliate. Filaments sparsely pilose. Carpels 3; ovary densely puberulent. Fl. Jul--Aug.

* Slopes; ca. 3300 m. SW Xinjiang (Wuqia Xian).


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