1. Anthochlamys polygaloides (Fisch. & C. A. Mey.) Fenzl in Endl., Gen. Plant. 300. 1837; Kom., FI. URSS. 6: 165. 1936; Stewart, Ann. Cat. Vasc. Pl. W. Pak. Kashm. 217. 1972; Hedge, l.c. 118. (Fig.16, F-G).
Corispermum polygaloides Fisch. & C.A.Mey., Index Sem. Horti Petrop. 1: 24. 1835; Anthochlamys rechingeri Aellen in Verh. Naturf. Ges. Basel 61: 171. 1950; A. rechingeri Aellen var. denticulata Aellen, l.c .
Annual, up to 50 cm high, erect to prostrate, branched from the base, glabrous except for short hairs in the inflorescence. Lower leaves ovate or oblong; the others narrower. Inflorescence elongate, branched, with spreading branches. Perianth 1-2.5 mm long, free to below the middle. Fruit rounded, flattened, 2-4 mm in diam. with a broad and somewhat undulate wing, with or without a distinct apical notch, with or without a tubercle-shaped remnant of style.
Fl. Per.: July-August.
Type: Described from Iran, Talysh (Kulenesov Mts. on the road to Suvant), R.F.Hohenacker (LE).
Distribution: C. Asia, Iran, Pakistan (Baluchistan), Afghanistan.
Iljin (in Kom., l.c.) distinguished A. turcomanica Iljin by the absence of style tubercle and bracts oval. These characters hardly merit formal recognition. More material is needed.