Unresolved name

Atelophragma bracteatum Rydb.

Comprehensive Description

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Atelophragma bracteatum Rydb. Bull. Torrey Club 55: 161. 1928.
A perennial; stems 5 dm. high or more, decumbent at the base, sparingly shortpubescent; leaves 5-7 cm. long; stipules lanceolate, acuminate, 5 mm. long; leaflets 13-25, linear-oblong to elliptic, 5-12 mm. long, 2-4 mm. wide, strigose beneath, glabrous above, obtuse to retuse at the apex; peduncles 5-10 cm. long; racemes many-flowered, 3-7 cm. long; bracts lanceolate or lance-linear, 6-8 mm. long, black-hairy and purple-tinged; calyx black-hairy, the tube 4 mm. long, the teeth lance-subulate, 3-5 mm. long; corolla purple, about 1 cm. long; banner obovate, moderately arched; wings shorter, the blade semi-ovate, lunate, with a large auricle; keelpetals broadly lunate, rounded at the apex; pod minutely black-strigose, the stipe about equaling the calyx-tube, the body ellipsoid, 1—1.5 cm. long, 6-S mm. wide, abruptly contracted at each end; septum less than 1 mm. broad; seeds about 12.
Type locality: Sierra de Toluca, State of Mexico. Distribution: Known only from the type locality.
bibliographic citation
Per Axel Rydberg. 1919. (ROSALES); FABACEAE; PSORALEAE. North American flora. vol 24(1). New York Botanical Garden, New York, NY
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