Campanula myrtifolia

 

Campanula myrtifolia

 

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Dwarf caespitose suffruticose perennial. Stems numerous, erect, 1.5-3 cm, fragile, hispidulous. Leaves minute, sessile, elliptic to broadly ovate-elliptic, firm, 2-6 x 1-4 mm, antrorsely strigulose on surfaces and margin. Flowers small, 5- or sometimes 4-merous, solitary or in a 2-5-flowered corymb on filiform pedicels. Calyx lobes linear-lanceolate, 2-2.8 mm, strigulose. Corolla lavender-blue or sometimes white, narrowly cylindrical-infundibular, 7-8 mm incl. triangular 1 mm scarcely divergent lobes, slightly hispidulous outside. Anthers ending in a swollen-tipped mucro. Style included, papillose, 6 mm. Stigmas 3. Capsule 2.5-3 mm long, opening by 3 basal pores. 2n = 34. Fl. 8. Vertical calcareous rocks, 1070-2100 m.
Endemic; E. Medit. element. 
 
 
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