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89. Pedicularis ser. Cernuae H. L. Li, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia. 100: 258. 1948.

俯垂系 fu chui xi

Herbs low, usually more than 10 cm tall. Stems unbranched, robust, often several. Leaves mostly basal, long petiolate. Stem leaves few, opposite, ± elliptic, pinnatipartite to pinnatisect. Inflorescences short racemose. Calyx unequally 5-lobed. Corolla tube slightly longer than calyx; galea falcate, with or without marginal protuberances.

Three species: Bhutan, China; two species in China.

1 Calyx lobes unequal, posterior one entire, lateral lobes serrate; galea with 1 distinct marginal protuberance on each side; lower corolla lip sinuate-crenulate   277 Pedicularis cernua
+ Calyx lobes unequal, but all serrate; galea without marginal protuberance on each side, but apex denticulate; lower corolla lip not sinuate-crenulate   278 Pedicularis gongshanensis

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