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6. Pedicularis ser. Rudes Prain, Ann. Roy. Bot. Gard. (Calcutta). 3: 83. 1890.

粗野系 cu ye xi

Herbs tall, drying black. Stems unbranched or sometimes branched apically. Leaves alternate, sessile, ± linear to linear-lanceolate, more than 4 X as long as wide, pinnatipartite or pinnatisect. Inflorescences racemose or conical. Corolla navicular or falcate, slightly beaked.

Six species: China, N Myanmar; five species in China.


1 Lower corolla lip stipitate basally; galea margin not bearded   13 Pedicularis prainiana
+ Lower corolla lip ± sessile; galea margin densely bearded.   (2)
       
2 (1) Corolla tube glabrous or sparsely pubescent externally; calyx glabrous   11 Pedicularis princeps
+ Corolla tube pubescent externally; calyx glandular pubescent.   (3)
       
3 (2) Calyx 3--4 mm, lobes ± entire; corolla tube ca. 3 X as long as calyx   10 Pedicularis decora
+ Calyx 5--7 mm, lobes serrate; corolla tube ca. 2 X as long as calyx.   (4)
       
4 (3) Leaf segments to 24 pairs; calyx 5--6.5 mm; capsule ca. 13 X 8 mm   9 Pedicularis rudis
+ Leaf segments to 15 pairs; calyx to 7 mm; capsule ca. 17 X 9 mm   12 Pedicularis dunniana

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