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Euphrasia durietziana Ohwi


Description from Flora of China

Euphrasia durietzii Yamamoto.

Perennials, 10-20 cm tall, densely viscose glandular and hirsute throughout, glandular hairs capitate. Stems basally procumbent, apically ascending, or ascending from base, usually simple, rarely few branched. Leaves at base of stem ovate-orbicular, 2-5 mm; middle and upper leaves 5-7 X 4-6 mm, densely pubescent on both surfaces, base rounded, margin with 2 or 3(or 4) triangular and obtuse teeth, apex obtuse. Spikes terminal; bracts similar to leaves. Pedicel to 6 mm. Calyx ca. 4 mm; lobes nearly as long as tube, oblong-lanceolate, apex obtuse. Corolla outer surface glandular hairy, upper side 0.8-1.2 cm. Anther locules with barbate hairs along slit after dehiscence. Capsule nearly as long as calyx, hirsute. Fl. Jun-Sep.

* Alpine scrub; 2800-3500 m. Taiwan (Hualian Xian, Ilan Xian).


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