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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.: March-May.
Type: Type: In desertis Kahirinis, Forsskal s.n. (C).
Distribution: Distribution: N. Africa, Arabia, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India.
Comment/Acknowledgements: A widespread species found up to 2300 m.
Illustration: Gastrocotyle hispida C.B. Clarke (Illustration)
Map Location: Peshawar: B, C-6 Peshawar-Kohat, Burtt 568 (PPFI-B); Univ. Campus, S.A. Khan 438 (PPFI-B); Peshawar, M. Nath 15459 (RAW); Baltistan: B-8 Indus flood plain, Skardu, Y. Nasir & Khan 9796 (RAW); C-5, 6 Waziristan: Boya, Datta Khel, Kazmi 4414 (PES); C-6 Kohat: Attock, E. Nasir 19333 (RAW); Hasanabdal, R. R. Stewart 31928, s.n. (RAW); Attock-Khushalgarh, J. Lamond 1640 (E); Rawalpindi and Islamabad: C-7 Barakao, Aitchison 472 (K); Agricultural farm, Y. Nasir 3357 (RAW); Sargodha-Khushab, Shahpur, Kabir 20426 (K); Manga Jaba, Shahpur, Kabir 140 (K); Manza Pahl, Shahpur, Kabir 140 (K); Katha, Khushab, Kabir 139 (E, K); 112 (E); Lodhi, 2000', Khushab, Kabir 138 (K); Taba, Shahpur, 14.4.1904, Kabir s.n. (E): D-7 Faisalabad: Lyallpur, 183.1917, R. R. & I. D. Stewart s.n. (RAW); Gujrat, J. R. Drummond 13776 (K); Jhelum: N. W. & lope of Sakesar, ± 3000', Kabir 14764 (K); Gujranwala: Bhakkar, 23.3.57, A. H. Khan s.n. (PPFI-B); Mianwali: Musa Khel, Fleming 96 (K); Shahdinlat, 850', Darya Khan-Mianwali, in sandy place, Y. Nasir 4671 (RAW); Bachran-Kalabagh, March 1957, A. H. Khan s.n. (PPFI-B); Baluchistan: D-5 Fort Sandeman, Duthie 18932 (K, RAW); id., Dick-Peddie 303 (RAW); Yaro, near Bostan, 1450 m, J. Lamond 996 (E, RAW); Quetta, Kach, 6200', Lace 3819 (E); id., Qutubudin, Marwat & Ashfaq 27 (PMNH); Shreen, Rasul Baksh 18;80 (KUH); Ziarat, fls. whitish, Saood Omer & A. Ghafoor 1529 (KUH); Quetta-Ziarat, common, Jafri & Akbar 2053 (KUH); Chauki Guru, Mastung-Kalat, 6000', fir. blue, Jafri & Akbar 1815 (E, KUH); Pishin, S. Nazimudin & Sultanul Abedin 363 (KUH); id., Z. Ali 5615 (RAW); Pit Rift, 6500', Quetta, 21.6.1888, Lace s.n. (K); F. G. College, Quetta, Qutbuddin & Ashfaq 22 (PMNH); Khost, M. A. Siddiqi & Y. Nasir 3 507 (RAW); Mastung, M. A. Siddiqi 1949 (RAW); Surab, Kalat, M. Qaiser 1234 (RAW); near Sunstar, J. Lamond 502 (E); Hoshab-Panjgur, sandy plain, J. Lamond 561 (E); W. of Hoshab, J. Lamond 365 (E); Isplinji, A. H. Khan 29;82 (PPFI-B); Qila Saifula-Zhob, Saood Omer & A. Ghafoor 1658 (KUH); F-2 Basima-Surab, fls. blue, Sultanul Abedin & Abrar Hussain 6950 (KUH).

 

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Stems up to 35 cm long, prostrate to ± erect, branched, hairy; hairs up to 2 mm long, arising from a swollen base. Leaves hairy on both surfaces. Basal leaves 4-100 x 9-11 mm, oblanceolate, undulate. Cauline leaves sessile, shorter and narrower, Calyx retrorsely hairy, deeply divided into obtuse lobes. Corolla purplish blue to blue, 2.5-3 mm long; tube ± calyx length, longer than the limb. throat vinous. Nutlets 3-4 mm broad, transversely ovoid, brown, rugulose-tuberculate. Basal ring thick, margin denticulate.
 
 
 
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