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Paraphlomis hispida C. Y. Wu


Description from Flora of China

Herbs. Stems slightly ascending, ca. 60 cm, densely retrorse fine strigose. Petiole slender, to 15 cm, finely strigose, hispid on groove; leaf blade elliptic, 3-20 × 1.8-11.5 cm, membranous, adaxially dark green, strigose, finely papillate, hispid on veins, abaxially white granular, finely strigose, sparsely hispid, base broadly cuneate to shallow cordate, margin irregularly serrulate or sometimes undulate-crenulate, apex acute to short acuminate. Verticillasters many flowered, globose; bracteoles lanceolate, margin ciliolate. Fruiting calyx tubular-campanulate, tawny outside, densely hispid, glabrous inside; teeth narrowly lanceolate, erect, ca. 5 mm, apex bristlelike-acuminate. Nutlets truncate. Fr. Nov-Jan.

Dense tropical forests, thickets; 1200-1500 m. Yunnan [Vietnam].


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