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Weeds of the U.S.
Pallas, Reise Russ. Reich. 3: 741. 1776;
(Pallas) R. Brown
papillose, sometimes pubescent, papillae sometimes mixed with simple trichomes.
(often withered by flowering); petiole (0.5-)1-2(-4) cm; blade oblanceolate or oblong, (1.5-)2.5-8(-13) cm × (4-)8-20(-30) mm, base cuneate or attenuate, apex acute, surfaces glandular.
similar to basal, distalmost subsessile, blades smaller distally.
(2-)3-5 mm, glandular.
sepals purplish, (3-) 4-5(-6) × 0.5-0.7 mm; petals 8-10(-12) × 1-2 mm, claw 6-7 mm; filaments 4-6(-7) mm; anthers ca. 1.5 mm.
slightly curved-ascending, (1.4-)1.8-2.5(-3) cm × 1.5-2 mm, with 8-12 constrictions on each side; style (6-)10-18(-22) mm.
brown, 1-1.4 × 0.8-1 mm.
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