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Oxytropis lapponica (Wahl.), Gay, Correspondence, Flora. 10:30. 1827. Ali in Phyton 8:58.1959.

  • Oxytropis amoena Kar. & Kir.
  • Oxytropis lapponica var. xanthantha Baker
  • Phaca lapponica Wahl.
  • Phaca montana Wahl.

    Perennial herb, root woody; aerial stem well developed, often with long internodes, pubescent, with yellowish and black hairs. Leaf imparipinnately compound, c. 2-15 cm long; petiole c. 0.7-5.0 cm long, leaflets mostly opposite to subopposite, subsessile, c. 3-17 mm long, c. 1-3.5 mm broad, lanceolate to elliptic-lanceolate, entire, acute to acuminate, pilose on both sides, hairs long and somewhat spreading; stipules leaf opposed, pilose. Flowers in axillary and terminal pedunculate heads; peduncle c. (2)-5-22 cm; bracts c. 2.5-6.0 mm long. Pedicel 1 mm long; calyx c. 4.5-7.0 mm; teeth c. 1.5-3.0 mm; vexillum c. 8-12 mm long, wing c. 7-10 mm; keel c. 7-8 mm, mucro c. 2-2.5 mm, fruit stipitate, stipe c. 2-3 mm; fruit c. 10-11 mm long, c. 4-5.5 mm broad, pilose, apiculate, 8-10-seeded.

    Fl.Per.: June-August.

    Type: Lapland, Wahlenberg (UPS).

    Distribution: India, Punjab; Kashmir; Pakistan, N.W.F. Province; Tibet; Russia; Norway; Sweden; Switzerland; Austria; Hungary: Italy; Spain.


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