Arenaria rhodia

Arenaria rhodia

 Ada kumotu

subsp. rhodia.
Like A. luschanii  but robust, 15-35 cm, densely glandular-pubescent; leaves 15-25 mm, rounded at apex, lamina suborbicular to broadly ovate, usually abruptly contracted into the long petiole; pedicels rarely spreading; sepals 2,5-3,5 mm, lanceolate, 3-4 x longer than broad; capsule up to 1.5 x longer than calyx; seeds 0,35-0,6 mm, tubercles elongate.
1. Petals linear, slightly exceeding the sepals........................................ var. rhodia
1. Petals oblanceolate, nearly 2 x longer than sepals......................... var. macropetala McNeill is endemic to Cyprus)
The species is an E. Medit. element.
 
 
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