Pseudobraya kizyl-arti Korsh.
Perennial, caespitose herbs; rootstock not thick, covered with leaf bases; scapes 3-8 (-10) cm long in fruit, aphyllous, erect or suberect. Radical leaves rosulate, very variable in size and hairiness, usually lanceolate or obovate-oblong to elliptic-obovate, (2.5-) 5-25 mm long, 1-5 mm broad, entire to obscurely den¬tate, ciliately hairy with simple or furcate hairs. Racemes 5-15-flowered, corym¬bose. Flowers c. 4 mm across, yellow to yellowish-white; pedicels 4-6 (-8) mm long in fruit, spreading or ascending. Sepals 2-2.5 mm long. Petals c. 4 mm long, 1.5 mm broad, apex subemarginate. Stamens c. 2: 2.5 mm long. Siliculae (3-) 4-6 mm long, (2-) 3-5 mm broad, ovoid, flattened, usually somewhat inflated in the lower half, sometimes subcontorted, acute, base ± rounded, glabrous rarely sparsely hairy ; valves obscurely veined, sometimes with a faint mid-vein; style c. 1 mm long with a short, depressed stigma; septum not veined; seeds 3-6 in each locule, c. 1 mm long, ovoid, brown.
Fl.Per.: June -July.
Type: Described from C. Asia, Kazakastan (LE).
Distribution: C. Asia, Himalayas, Karakorum, Pakistan.
A very polymorphic species with regards to its leaves, hairiness and siliculae.
Some of the specimens reach very near to Draba affghanica Boiss.