Isatis lusitanica

 

Isatis lusitanica

 

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Annual. Stem 10-70 cm. Basal leaves pinnately lobed, glabrous or hirtellous, soon shrivelling. Median stem leaves thin, oblong, with acute, semi-amplexicaul auricles, subdentate. Fls. 3-5 mm. Fruits cuneate-linear-oblong, 12-22 x 2-4 mm, flattened and tapering below the very narrowly thick-winged and decidedly supra-median loculus, apex obtuse or emarginate; fruit adpressed pubescent or subglabrous, usually margined with short deflexed hairs, and flat when ripe. Fl. 3-5. Fields, stony places, s.l.-900 m.
W. Syria, Syrian Desert, Palestine, N. Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan; Greece, N.W. Africa. A plant of the Mediterranean and Ir.-Tur. regions, perhaps not native W of Anatolia. 
 
 
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