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56. Pedicularis ser. Cheilanthifoliae Maximowicz, Bull. Acad. Imp. Sci. Saint-Pétersbourg. 32: 524. 1888.

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Ser. Ophiocephalae Prain.

Herbs perennial. Roots ± fleshy. Stems unbranched or with erect rigid branches. Basal leaves usually cespitose, persistent. Stem leaves in whorls of 4, pinnatisect. Inflorescences subcapitate to spicate or racemose. Calyx deeply cleft anteriorly, 3- or 5-lobed. Corolla yellow, white, or red; tube ca. as long as calyx or shorter, decurved in calyx; beak short.


1 Beak of corolla 0.6--1 mm   170 Pedicularis anas
+ Beak of corolla relatively very short.   (2)
       
2 (1) Leaf segments 6--8(--13) pairs; calyx 1/2--2/3 cleft anteriorly; beak of galea to 1.8 mm wide   168 Pedicularis latirostris
+ Leaf segments 8--18 pairs; calyx 1/3 cleft anteriorly; beak of galea less than 1 mm wide.   (3)
       
3 (2) Galea distinctly serrate crested in front   169 Pedicularis globifera
+ Galea not serrate crested in front.   (4)
       
4 (3) Calyx distinctly 5-lobed, densely pilose along veins; lower corolla lip 8--10 mm X 1--1.2 cm; leaf segments incised dentate or double dentate   166 Pedicularis cheilanthifolia
+ Calyx often obscurely 3-lobed, sparsely white pilose; lower corolla lip ca. 10 mm X 1.3 cm; leaf segments shallowly crenate-dentate   167 Pedicularis kawaguchii

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