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Geranium seemannii Peyr. Linnaea 30 : 66. 1859 Perennial, the caudex branched. Stems ascending or spreading, 3-6 dm. long, or more, branched, retrorse-hirsute ; leaf-blades triangular-hastate in outline, or those on the lower part of the stem somewhat pentagonal, 2-6 cm. wide, long-petioled, short-hirsute on both sides, 3-parted, thedivisions cleft and coarsely toothed; pedicels copiously retrorse-hirsute ; sepals awn-tipped, the outer ones 7-8 mm. long, the bodies oblong or nearly so, copiously long-ciliate, and more or less hirsute on the back; petals white, 11-13 mm. long, notched at the apex ; fruit not seen.
Type locality : Toluca, Mexico. Distribution : Middle Mexico.
- bibliographic citation
- John Kunkel Small, Lenda Tracy Hanks, Nathaniel Lord Britton. 1907. GERANIALES, GERANIACEAE, OXALIDACEAE, LINACEAE, ERYTHROXYLACEAE. North American flora. vol 25(1). New York Botanical Garden, New York, NY