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Published In: Candollea 42: 553–554. 1987. (Candollea) Name publication detail
 

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Contributor Text: YASIN J. NASIR
Flower/Fruit: Fl. Per.: February.
Type: Type: Baluchistan: S. Makran, 8 miles from Sunstar, Turbat rd., S. I. Ali, S. Farooqi and Sultan-ul-Abedin 1101 (KUH).
Comment/Acknowledgements: Heliotropium alii bears resemblance to Heliotropium dasycarpum Bunge in the internally glabrous corolla with lanceolate inflexed lobes, but differs in the annual habit, longer petioles and obtuse calyx lobes. There is some resemblance of Heliotropium alii with two ex Pakistani species-namely, Heliotropium mamamense Bunge and Heliotropium mesinanum Bunge; from the former Heliotropium alii differs in being pubescent, obtuse calyx lobes, smaller corolla and obtuse anthers; from the latter, it differs in the ± ascending habit, obtuse calyx lobes and corolla limb which is only slightly shorter than the tube.
Illustration: Heliotropium alii Y.J. Nasir (Illustration)
Map Location: Baluchistan: S. Makran, near Rest House, Sunstar, S. I. Ali, S. A. Farooqi Sultan-ul-Abedin 1096 (KUH).

 

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Annual herb up to 20 cm tall. Basal and lower cauline leaves petiolate. Petiole up to 2 cm long. Lamina 13-40 x 5-11 mm, elliptic-lanceolate or oblanceolate. Inflorescence lax. Flowers uniseriate, ebracteate. Calyx 2 mm long, lobes obtuse. Corolla 3 mm long, white, glabrous on the inside, lobes 1-1.3 mm long linear, inflexed; sinuses of lobes with bibbed scales.
 
 
 
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