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Euphrasia jaeschkei Wettst.


Description from Flora of China

Annuals, 10-20 cm tall. Stems erect, simple or branched from base to middle or rarely from apical part, white pubescent. Leaves ovate-orbicular, 6-12 X 4-10 mm, hispid with capitate glandular and eglandular hairs, stalks of glandular hairs 1- or 2-loculed, margin with 3-5 obtuse to acute teeth per side. Spikes terminal; bracts conspicuously larger than leaves, pubescence as on leaves, marginal teeth acute to acuminate. Calyx ca. 7 mm, pubescence as on leaves; lobes subulate-triangular. Corolla pale purple to pink-white, upper side 0.9-1.1 cm; lower lip conspicuously longer than galea, middle lobe 3-4 mm wide; galea lobes ca. 1.2 mm wide. Capsule emarginate. Fl. Jun.

Meadows; 3200-3400 m. Xizang (Gyirong Xian) [India, Nepal, Pakistan].


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