Helichrysum armenium

 

Helichrysum armenium

 

Ssp araxinum: Aras altınotu; Ssp armenium: Altınotu
 
 
Plant strongly suffruticose, 18-50 cm, subglabrous to thinly lanate, glandular. Stems numerous, erect, twiggy, arising from a branching woody base. Leaves green to grey, often with indumentum most dense on margin and midrib oflower surface; those at base of the year's shoot oblanceolate, upper ones narrowing to linear. Capitula subglobose to turbinate-cylindrical, 5-6 mm, 3 to numerous per corymb. Phyllaries subacute, ± to very regularly imbricate, patent to adpressed, yellow or pale straw-coloured. All flowers  hermaphrodite. Fl. 6-8. Rocky limestone slopes, clearings in/orest, steppe, 900-2500 m.
1. Median cauline leaves 1,5-4 mm broad; corymbs fairly loose, of numerous subglobose to turbinate capitula; phyllaries not closely adpressed, ± regularly imbricate ...............................subsp. armenium
l.Median cauline leaves 0,75-1 mm broad; corymbs very close and neat, of 3-10 turbinate-cylindrical capitula; phyllaries closely adpressed, very regularly imbricate ..............................subsp. araxinum
 
 
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