Alcea apterocarpa

 

Alcea apterocarpa

 

Gülfatma
 
 
Tall perennial. Stem indumentum heteromorphic, hirsute-shaggy, of small adpressed, and much larger spreading, stellate to fasciculate hairs. Leaves lobed, sometimes rather deeply so, rather asperous with spreading stellate hairs. Involucre about 2/3 or more as long as the calyx. Sepals not prominently striate. Petals pink, violet, crimson, white or yellow. 45-65 mm. Mericarps pilose all over the back, or in the furrow only. Fl. 5-8. Macchie, stony ground, fields, 780-1800 m.
Endemic; very close to A. setosa. Ir.-Tur. element.
 
 
Bingöl
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Hatay
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Hatay
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Hatay
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Şanlıurfa
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