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8. Anthriscus Persoon, Syn. Pl. 1: 320. 1805.
[nom. cons.; not Bernhardi (1800).]

峨参属 e shen shu

She Menglan (佘孟兰 Sheh Meng-lan); John F. M. Cannon, Mark F. Watson

Cerefolium Fabricius, nom. rej.

Herbs, biennial or perennial. Taproot slender or thickened. Stem erect, branching and fistulose. Leaf blade 2–3-ternate-pinnate or pinnately decompound; ultimate segments dentate or pinnatifid. Umbels loosely compound, terminal and lateral; bracts absent; rays few, spreading; bracteoles several, margin ciliate, reflexed; pedicels spreading. Flowers polygamous. Calyx teeth obsolete. Petals white or yellowish green, oblong or cuneate with a narrow inflexed apex; outer occasionally enlarged (radiant). Stylopodium conic; styles short. Fruit long-ovoid to linear, apex attenuate into a beak, flattened laterally and often constricted at the commissure, smooth or bristly; ribs obsolete; vittae obscure to obsolete. Seed subterete in cross section, face deeply sulcate.

About 15 species: temperate Asia, Europe; one European species introduced in North America; one species in China.

1 Fruit glabrous or rarely sparsely covered with fine granules.   1a subsp. sylvestris
+ Fruit densely covered with warty hairs or bristles.   1b subsp. nemorosa

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