Rhinanthus angustifolius

 

Rhinanthus angustifolius

 

Subsp. grandiflorus: Horozotu
 
 
Stems to 70 cm, erect, usually branched above, eglandular or glandular pubescent or villous. Leaves narrowly oblong-lanceolate, 2,5 x 0,5-6 x 2 cm, crenatedentate, with revolute margins. Flowers borne in upper leafaxils, forming compact or loose spikes. Bracts leaf-like, ovate, longer than flowers. Pedicels erecto-patent, 1-6 mm. Calyx c. 1,3 cm, in fruit becoming membranous and expanding to c. 2,2x 1,7 cm; tube c. 1 cm long; lobes each with 2 triangular acuminate teeth. Corolla 17-22 mm; tube c. ½ length of corolla, narrowly cylindrical, slightly curved. Capsule 1,3 x 1,3 cm; seeds c. 5 x 4 mm. Fl. 6-8. Wet meadows, fields at forest edge, 1100-2300 m.
N., W. & C. Europe, Italy , Jugoslavia, Bulgaria, Caucasia, Crimea, Palestine, N. Iran, Turkestan. 
 
 
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