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Soroseris hookeriana Stebbins subsp. gillii
Determined by: Norbert Kilian, November 2010
Sichuan: Daocheng Xian. Between Xiangcheng and Sandui; pass at Kuluke Shan (Wuming Shan in Chinese; Wuming Mountain, or 'No-name Mountain'). Disturbed, shrub-grassland (with Salix, Sibiraea, Lonicera) heavily grazed by livestock. 29°8'2"N, 100°2'33"E; 4600-4700 m.
Open, stony soil with Allium. Plants mostly underground, only leaves and inflorescence on surface; florets yellow; stigmas greenish brown. Initially identified as Soroseris gillii (S. Moore) Stebbins subsp. Gillii.
David E. Boufford, Bruce Bartholomew, Wenyun CHEN, Michael J. Donoghue, Richard H. Ree, Hang SUN & Sugong WU (S. K. WU)
28191 2 July 1998
Soroseris gillii (S. Moore) Stebbins
Soroseris gillii (S. Moore) Stebbins
Copyright 1998 David E. Boufford   [Edit image]   [View original in new window]

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