Chenopodium mucronatum

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Chenopodium mucronatum

Diagnosis

Similar to (11) but green (sparsely farinose only in young parts), with erect stem and ascending branches; leaf-blades almost as wide as long, triangular to deltate or broadly ovate, 3-lobed, ± entire, apex obtuse to acute; inflorescences usually bracteate, axillary and terminal, panicle-like. - A variable species, here understood collectively.

Distribution

S Sk Lackalänga 1934, 1937 (with wool). - S Africa.

Not marked-up


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