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Published In: Revisio Generum Plantarum 2: 547. 1891. (5 Nov 1891) (Revis. Gen. Pl.) Name publication detailView in BotanicusView in Biodiversity Heritage Library
 

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Synonym Text: Salsola hyssopifolia Pall., Reise. 1: 491, tab. H. 1771; Kochia hyssopifolia (Pall.) Roth, Neue Beitr. 176. 1802; Suaeda hyssopifolia (Pall.) Pall., Illustr; Pl. 44. 1803; Echinopsilon hyssopifolium (Pall.) Moq., Chenopod. Monogr. 87. 1840; Iljin in Kom., FI. URSS 6: 97. 1936.
Flower/Fruit: Fl. Per.: June-August.
Type: Type: “In campis siccis atque salsis ad Rhymnum, infra fortalitum a Calmaccis dictum” (Ural river below Kalmykovskoe-sec. FI. URSS 6: 97. 1936).
Distribution: Distribution: E. Europe, Ethiopia and Asia.
Map Location: A 6 Chitral: Yarkhun valley, Mastuj, Kerstan 2031 (W-fide Hedge, l.c).

 

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Annual, 10-60 cm high, branched, grayish-hairy, mostly turning black on drying; stem covered with densely tangled crisp hairs. Leaves linear, fleshy, semi-terete, sessile or scarcely narrowing at base. Inflorescence spiciform. Flowers mostly 2-3 together, perianth segments densely hairy, in fruit with 5 outgrowths, these straight or somewhat curved at the tips, varying in length, acute, enlarged at base; seeds naked, smooth, ovate, 2.0-2.5 mm long.
 
 
 
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