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Published In: Prodromus Florae Stargardiensis Supplementum 1: 11. 1819. (Prodr. Fl. Starg. Suppl.) Name publication detail
 

Project Name Data (Last Modified On 6/2/2011)
Acceptance : Accepted
Project Data     (Last Modified On 6/3/2011)
Contributor Text: YASIN J. NASIR
Flower/Fruit: Fl. Per.: June-July.
Type: Type: Ad pagum Ballin hinter dem Hofgarten et prope Neobrandenburg am kleinen Ihlpol, Schultz s.n. (B).
Distribution: Distribution: Temperate and subtropical Europe, Asia, N. Africa, N. America.
Comment/Acknowledgements: Found in moist places from 2100-2400 m. In Europe sometimes consider as Myosotis laxa Lehm. subsp. caespitosa (C.F. Schultz) Nordh.
Illustration: Myosotis caespitosa Schultz (Illustration)
Map Location: Swat: B-7 near Bahrein, ± 6000', wet place, R.R. Stewart 24535 (RAW); near Kalam, 6000-7000', Rodin 5620 (RAW); Otrore, E. Nasir & G.L. Webster 397 p.p.; 4004 (RAW); below Kalam R. House, 29.6.1974, Y.J. Nasir & E.J. Ecker s.n. (RAW); Baltistan B-8 Skardu, 8000', R.R. Stewart 20419 (RAW, GH); Skard along irrigation canal, 2250 m, E. Nasir & G.L. Webster 24535 (RAW, GH).

 

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Perennial, erect to suberect herb up to 50 cm tall. Stem generally solitary flaccid branched, with ascending branches, sparsely hairy with short appressed hairs Middle lower cauline leaves similar but larger, uppermost ones gradually reduced size. Inflorescence ebracteate, in flower scorpiod and compact, later elongating a lax, bearing flowers at regular intervals of 5-12 mm. Pedicels short in flower longer than calyx length, becoming ± horizontal and up to 10 mm in fruit. c. 2 mm long, c. ½ divided into ± obtuse lobes, up to 4 mm In fruit, sparsely with appressed hairs. Corolla blue; tube about calyx length, limb ± 3.5mm lobes ± ovate, spreading. Style shorter than calyx. Nutlets ovate; 1.5 x 1 mm, shiny, straw brown with a narrow margin, areola 0.5 mm broad.
 
 
 
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