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Pedicularis labordei Vant. ex Bonait


Description from Flora of China

Pedicularis stapfii Bonati.

Herbs perennial. Stems procumbent to ascending, numerous, many branched, pubescent. Leaves alternate, sometimes ± opposite; petiole 5--10 mm, densely long white pubescent; leaf blade oblong, 2--4.5 cm, pubescent on both surfaces, pinnatipartite or sometimes 1-pinnatisect; segments 5--8 pairs, ovate-lanceolate to triangular-ovate, pinnatifid or incised-double dentate. Inflorescences subcapitate, 2.5--3 cm; bracts leaflike, shorter than flowers. Pedicel 5--6 mm, slender, long pubescent. Calyx 1--1.2 cm, 1/2 cleft anteriorly, densely villous along veins; lobes 5, unequal to ± equal, flabellate, serrate. Corolla purple-red, 2.5--3 cm; tube slightly curved at middle, ca. 1.5 cm, expanded apically; galea nearly rectangularly bent apically, front elevated; beak ca. 3 mm; lower lip ca. 1 X 1.4 cm, sparsely ciliate. Filaments long pubescent. Capsule obliquely narrowly ovoid, ca. 1.1 cm X 5 mm, slightly exceeding calyx, apiculate. Fl. Jul--Sep, fr. Aug--Oct.

* Alpine meadows; 2800--3500 m. NW Guizhou, SW Sichuan, E and NW Yunnan.


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