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(Rollins) O'Kane & Al-Shehbaz
No occurrences found
Pryor Mountains bladderpod
Steve L. O´Kane Jr. in Flora of North America (vol. 7)
(delicate, short-lived); caudex simple, (sometimes elongated, covered with persistent leaf bases); usually sparsely pubescent, trichomes 7-12-rayed, rays furcate near base.
simple from base, erect to decumbent, (unbranched, mostly filiform, slender), 1-1.5 dm.
(erect, petiole slender); blades broadly ovate to elliptic, 0.5-1 cm, (base abruptly narrowing to petiole), margins entire.
(remote, distally shortly petiolate); blade ± spatulate, (base cuneate), margins entire.
lax, (elongated, few-flowered).
(recurved to widely spreading, filiform, slender), 5-10 mm.
sepals (erect), oblong, 3.5-4 mm, (lateral pair not saccate); petals (often fading to light purple apically), spatulate to nearly lingulate, 6-7 mm.
(pendent), globose or subglobose, compressed, 3-4 mm; valves ± densely pubescent; ovules 6-10 per ovary; style ca. 1.5 mm.
not seen. Flowering Jun(-early Jul). Pryor Mountains, on limestone soils in woodlands of Rocky Mountain juniper and/or mountain mahogany, and widely scattered Douglas-fir, fellfields dominated by bluebunch wheatgrass and cushion plants; of conservation concern; 1600-2000 m; Mont.
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