Chenopodium karoi

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Chenopodium karoi

Diagnosis

- Similar to (11) but not stinking and often taller; less farinose and therefore greener. Lower leaves with slightly to distinctly 3-lobed blade; apex obtuse to acute, often slightly acuminate; midlobe entireor with a few low teeth; base rounded. Upper leaves elliptic to ovate. Inflorescence small, lax.

Distribution

N Ak Oslo 1925, 1930. S SmI Jönköping 1930, BhG Göteborg 1937, 1938.-C Asia.

Other

N asiamelde.

Not marked-up


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