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Published In: Bjulleten Moskovskogo Obačestva Ispytatelej Prirody, Otdel Biologičeskij 12(2): 300. 1869. (Bjull. Moskovsk. Obač. Isp. Prir., Otd. Biol.) Name publication detail

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Acceptance : Accepted
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Contributor Text: YASIN J. NASIR
Flower/Fruit: Fl. Per.: April.
Type: Type: ‘In regno Cabulico’ Griffith 5933.
Distribution: Distribution: Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Comment/Acknowledgements: As mentioned earlier closely related to Heliotropium baluchistanicum.
Illustration: Heliotropium biannulatum Bunge (Illustration)
Map Location: B, C-6 Khyber Agency: to Khyber Pass, A. R. Beg 12 (PPFI-B); Jamrud-Landi-Kotal, Abid 70 (PES); Landikotal, Kazmi 5534 (M); Machi Kand, Khyber, fls. yellow, M. Nath 15433 (RAW, PES); Khyber Agency, Coll. Ignot. No. 1040 (KUH); Landikotal, Rech. f. 30329 (M); Peshawar-Torkhum, J. Lomond 1892 (E); Khyber, April, 1907 Deane, (K); Khyber Pus, Qazilbash 2484 (K); id., B. L. Burtt 572 (E); Torkhum, A. J. Ahmed 2 (M); id., Kazmi 4356 (M); id., Rech. f. 30352 (US, M, K); Bara-Jamrud, Burtt 102 (E, KUH); Torkhum, Kazmi 2008 (KUH); Peshawar: Warsak Dam, E. Nasir 4270 (RAW); id., Kazmi 7216 (PES).


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A branched perennial with vinous to pubescent, greyish-white to yellow-brown hairs. Hairs dimorphic, without tubercied base; shorter one appressed with few scattered longer hairs up to 1 mm long. Leaves petiolate; petiole 5-25 mm long; lamina 15-52 x 8-36 mm, ovate to ovate-oblong, appressed hairy with yellowish-brown or greyish white hairs, nerves impressed above. Inflorescence up to 20 cm long, secund, helicoid. Calyx 4-5 mm long, lobes 4.5 mm long, linear, dense hairy on outside; hairs 1 mm long. Corolla tube 5-6 mm long, hairy both within and without; hairs on the inner surface in two zones-upper densely hairy and situated at base of lobes; lower zone of hairs less hairy and present just above the anthers; intermediate area subglabrous. Lobes 1-1.5 mm long, ovate-obtuse. Stamens attached c. 1.5 mm from base of corolla tube. Anthers 1.2 mm long, ovate, apiculate, subsessile. Stigma c. 0.8 mm long, c. concial, and lobed at the base. Style c. 0.5 mm long. Nutlets c. 1.5 mm long, apex acutish.
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