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Pedicularis lunglingensis Bonati


Description from Flora of China

Herbs perennial, 10--15 cm tall, hirsute throughout. Stems erect or ascending, 10--15 cm tall, often branched; branches slender, 5--7 cm. Leaf petiole 5--7 mm; leaf blade ovate-oblong to narrowly oblong, 2--3 X 0.6--1.5 cm, fleshy, base broadly cuneate, pinnatifid; segments elliptic, crenate. Flowers axillary, sessile; bracts leaflike, longer than calyx. Calyx 1--1.2 cm, cleft anteriorly, densely villous; lobes 2, ca. 1/2 as long as tube, incised-serrulate. Corolla red or purple, 3.5--4 cm, glabrous; tube straight, ca. 2 cm; galea falcate, 1--1.5 cm; beak ca. 1 mm, truncate; lower lip longer than galea, to 1.6 cm, glabrous. Filaments sparsely long pubescent to subglabrous. Fl. Sep--Oct, fr. Oct--Nov.

* Grassy slopes; 1200--1500 m. S Yunnan.


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