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2. Crinitina villosa (Linnaeus) Soják, Zprávy Krajsk. Vlastiv. Muz. Olomouci. 215: 2. 1982.

灰毛麻菀 hui mao ma wan

Chrysocoma villosa Linnaeus, Sp. Pl. 2: 841. 1753; Crinitaria villosa (Linnaeus) Cassini; Galatella villosa (Linnaeus) H. G. Reichenbach; Linosyris villosa (Linnaeus) Candolle.

Herbs, perennial, often densely caespitose, 15-35 cm tall, gray tomentose. Stems usually numerous, erect, simple. Leaves oblong to linear-oblong or oblanceolate, obscurely gland-dotted, base gradually attenuate, apex acute to obtuse, mucronate; upper very reduced. Capitula numerous, in dense corymbiform synflorescences, 8-12 mm. Involucre shortly cylindric or obconic, 6-9 mm; phyllaries sparsely grayish tomentose, glabrescent, subleathery, margin arachnoid ciliate, outer short, ovate, 1-3-veined, apex obtuse or acute, inner oblong, obtuse, larger, 3-5-veined. Disk florets 5-10, yellow, funnel-shaped, ca. 6.5 mm. Achenes 3-4 mm, densely strigose. Pappus whitish, sometimes brownish tinged, 6-9 mm. Fl. Jul-Sep.

Salt marshes, steppes, stony slopes. N Xinjiang [Kazakhstan, Russia (European part, W Siberia); SW Asia, E Europe (Ukraine)].


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