Description from Flora of China
Lagochilus brachyacanthus C. Y. Wu & Hsuan.
Herbs perennial. Stems ca. 16 cm, much branched, sparsely strigose. Petiole 5-8 mm, absent in apical leaves; leaf blade cuneate, 1.2-2 cm × 7-12 mm, 3-lobed, papery, base attenuate, forming a winged petiole; lobes of basal leaves with 2 or more triangular lobules, short spinescent, glabrous, dusty glandular. Verticillasters 4-6-flowered; bracteoles spinescent, 4-7 mm. Calyx narrowly campanulate, ca. 13 × 6.5 mm, densely bristly; teeth triangular, subequal, 4-5 mm, straight or slightly oblique. Corolla ca. 2.6 cm; limb sparsely hairy, densely glandular; upper lip straight, lobes ca. 5 mm, apex rounded to truncate; middle lobe of lower lip ca. 2.5 × 6.5 mm, apex 2-lobulate, lobules and lateral lobes triangular. Anterior stamens to 1/2 as long as upper corolla lip. Ovary glabrous.
Gravelly slopes. Xinjiang [Kazakhstan].