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48. Pedicularis ser. Polyphyllatae Bonati, Notes Roy. Bot. Gard. Edinburgh. 13: 121. 1921.

多叶系 duo ye xi

Stems erect or somewhat prostrate, usually many branched. Stem leaves alternate or sometimes opposite, many, short petiolate, ovate to oblong, pinnatifid to pinnatisect. Inflorescences short racemose or capitate. Pedicel well developed. Calyx deeply cleft anteriorly, (3- or)5-lobed. Corolla tube ca. as long as or slightly longer than calyx, straight; galea often dentate; beak slender.

Five species.

1 Corolla tube 1.5--1.7 cm.   (2)
+ Corolla tube less than 1 cm.   (3)
2 (1) Galea not marginally toothed; calyx more than 1/2 cleft anteriorly; filaments glabrous   114 Pedicularis limprichtiana
+ Galea marginally 2-toothed; calyx shallowly cleft anteriorly; filaments pubescent   115 Pedicularis kariensis
3 (1) Beak of galea bent upward; middle lobe of lower corolla lip rounded, apex not emarginate; leaves pinnatifid   111 Pedicularis pinetorum
+ Beak of galea straight or bent downward; middle lobe of lower corolla lip often ovate, apex emarginate; leaves pinnatipartite to pinnatifid.   (4)
4 (3) Leaf segments 5--11 pairs; filaments villous   112 Pedicularis gruina
+ Leaf segments 4 or 5 pairs; 2 filaments densely pubescent   113 Pedicularis stadlmanniana

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