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Oxytropis glabra DC., Astrag. 95. 1802. Ali in Phyton 8:54.1959.

  • Astragalus glaber (DC.) Lamk.
  • Oxytropis diffusa Ledeb.

    Perennial herb, c. 30-75 cm tall; root stock woody. Stem elongated, branched generally in a zigzag fashion, minutely hairy, hairs appressed. Leaves stipulate, stipules free lateral, pilose. Leaf c. 2.5-10 cm imparipinnately compound. Leaflets 9-17, alternate to opposite, subsessile, c. 6-30 mm long, c. 3-9 mm broad, elliptic to ovate, entire, acute, mucronate, sparsely pilose above or on both sides, Flowers in pedunculate axillary racemes, peduncle c. 2.5-12.5 cm; bracts 1.5-2.5 mm; pedicel c. 1.5 mm. Calyx c. 5 mm long, pilose, lower (longer teeth) c. 1.5-2 mm. Vexillum c. 6-7 mm long; wing, c. 6 mm long; keel c. 5 mm long. Fruit stipe c. 1 mm long; fruit c. 7-11 mm long. c. 4-5 mm broad) mucronate, pilose.

    Fl.Per.: July-August.

    Holotype: Siberia, de Candolle (G).

    Distribution: Pakistan (N.W.F. Province); Kashmir; Tibet; Mongolia; China; Russia.


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