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Published In: Illustrations of the Botany ... of the Himalayan Mountains ... 388. 1840. (Ill. Bot. Himal. Mts.) Name publication detailView in Biodiversity Heritage Library
 

Project Name Data (Last Modified On 6/2/2011)
Acceptance : Accepted
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Contributor Text: S.I. Ali
Flower/Fruit: Fl. Per.: June-July.
Type: Type: ‘Hab. Taranda, in Kunawur’.
Distribution: Distribution: Afghanistan, Pakistan (Chitral, Kurram valley, Swat, Hazara, Murree) Kashmir, India (Kumaon).
Comment/Acknowledgements: 2n = 24 (Mehra, P. N. & Pandita, T. K. in Taxon 27: 387. 1978)
Map Location: B-6 Chitral, Drosh nullah, 9500-10500 ft, July, S. M. Toppin 763 (K); B-7 Kaghan valley, above Naran, 2610 m, aspect ENE, tall herb, mixed conif. forest, 17.7.1990, U. Schickhoff 838 (K); Siran valley, 9.7.1996, J. F. Duthie 20233 (K); Swat, above Bishigram ± 10000 ft, 11 .7.1953, R. R. Stewart & A. Rahman 24966 (BM); B-8 Shinghai Gah to Pahot Gali 35o48-55'N/74o10-17'E, Picea smithiana forest, open, near grazing place, 3240 m, 1.8.1990, G. & S. Miehe 1453 (K); Gulmarg, 9000 ft, not common, 11,1877, Aitchison 109 (K); Sonamarg, growing among hillside herbage, 9-10,000 ft, 25.7.1921, R. R. Stewart 6448 (K); Kashmir, Kunslwan, 7000 ft, 21 July, 1876, C. B. Clarke 29383 (BM); Kashmir, Liddar valley, 10-11000 ft, 17.7.1893, J. F. Duthie 13084 (BM); Tragbol, 10,000 ft, 3. 8. 1919, R. R. Stewart 4791 (RAW); C-7 Hazara, Murree Hills, Miranjani, July 1907, Sir Harold Deane (K); C-8 Kashmir, Shiroti, Kali Gad river, Kishtwar Dist., amidst rocks in open conifer forest, 7000 ft, flowers white, spotted purple, fragrant, 28.7.1943, Ludlow & Sherriff 9237 (BM).

 

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Bulb narrow, fleshy scales long narrow, subequal. Stem 60-120 cm erect, slender. Leaves alternate, lower whorled, lanceolate to linear-lanceolate, 5-8(-13) x 0.5-1 (-1.5) cm, acute, margin hairy. Raceme 4-10 flowered, bracts whorled. Flowers pendulous, fragrant; pedicel 4-10 cm long, slightly drooping. Tepals dull yellow or greenish outside, white within with purple streaks, 3-4 cm long, oblanceolate. Stamens exserted, anthers 1.3 cm long. Style very declinate.
 
 
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