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Pakistan | Family List | Umbelliferae

Ducrosia Boiss., Ann. Sc. Nat. Ser. 3, 1: 341. 1844. Boiss., Fl. Or. 2: 1036. 1872; Hiroe, Umb. Asia 1: 188. 1958.

Leaves petiolate, pinnate to tripinnate; segments linear to ovoid or ovate. Umbels compound, lateral and terminal. Rays few to many. Involucre and involĀ¬ucel of linear to ovate bracts and bractlets or lacking. Calyx teeth minute. Petal outer surface pubescent. Stylopodium conical; styles slender. Fruit pubescent, dorsally flattened; dorsal and intermediate ridges thin, lateral winged, corky, tumid; furrows 1-vittate; commissure 2-vittate. Inner seed face plane.

A genus of 5 or 6 species found in Egypt, the Middle East, Afghanistan and W. Pakistan.

1 Plants glabrous. Leaf segments linear. Fruit 4-6 mm long. Rays 6-15   Ducrosia anethefolia
+ Plants pubescent. Pinnae trilobed, ovate to obovate. Fruit 7-9 mm long. Rays 3-7   Ducrosia ovatiloba

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