16. Phlomis dentosa Franchet, Nouv. Arch. Mus. Hist. Nat., sér. 2. 6: 123. 1883.
尖齿糙苏 jian chi cao su
Stems erect, to 80 cm tall, stellate pannose, strigose, or hispidulous. Petiole 2.5-10 cm; leaf blade triangular to triangular-ovate, 5.5-10 × 3-6 cm, adaxially minutely hispid or stellate strigose, rarely stellate pubescent, abaxially densely stellate pubescent, base cordate, margin irregularly crenate, apex rounded. Verticillasters many flowered, numerous; floral leaves short petiolate to subsessile, ovate-triangular to lanceolate, margin remotely dentate, basally much longer than verticillasters; bracts needlelike, 7-10 mm, densely stellate puberulent and stellate ciliolate (hairs with long central arms). Calyx tubular-campanulate, ca. 9 × 6 mm, densely stellate tomentulose, veins stellate hispidulous outside; teeth ca. 1 mm, margin dentate, apical spines 4-5 mm, marginal teeth apex tufted villous inside. Corolla reddish, ca. 1.6 cm; tube mostly glabrous, apex pubescent outside, villous annulate inside; upper lip ca. 8 mm, reflexed, densely stellate pubescent, villous outside, margin irregularly denticulate; lower lip ca. 6 × 7 mm, densely stellate pubescent outside, middle lobe broadly obovate, lateral lobes ovate. Stamens exserted; filaments hairy, posterior filament appendages short spurred at base above annulus. Nutlets glabrous. Fl. May-Oct, fr. Sep-Oct.
* Grassy slopes; 0-2500 m. Gansu, Hebei, Nei Mongol, Qinghai