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In Acta Horti Petrop. 9 (1890) 71; Franch. et Savat. Enum. pi. Jap. 2 (1879) 297; Korsh. in Bull. Ac. Sci. -Petersb. 5, 9 (1898) 40; Koidz. Flor. symb. -as. (1930) 24. — Krascheninnikowia maximowicziana Franch. et Savat. Enum. PI. Jap. 2 (1879) 297; Maxim. Fl. Tangut. (1889) 85; id. in Acta Horti Petrop. ; Korsh. ; Murav'eva in Fl. SSSR, 6 (1936) 429. —Stellaria davidii var. himalaica Franch. in Bull. Soc. Bot. France, 33 (1886) 434. ) Korsch. in Bull. Ac. Sci. -Petersb. 5, 9 (1898) 40; Williams in J.
1 (1983) 706. : H. SSSR 6, Plate 22, fig. 4. Described from Japan (vicinity of Nagasaki). -Petersburg (LE). In mountainous coniferous forests and in alpine belt. IIIIA. Qinghai: Amdo (in Mudzhik mountains, June 19-21; in alpine belt of DzhakharDzhargyn mountains, in juniper forests, Feb. ). IIIB. ). ), Japan. Note. Plants with short-ciliate leaf margin belong to P. tibetica Ohwi. Ohwi (1937) pointed out that his new species differs from P. heterantha in broader leaves, short-ciliate all along their margin.
Asia] 2 (1974) 235; Grub. Opred. rast. Mong. [Key to Plants of Mongolia] (1982) 101; Claves pi. Xinjiang. 2 (1983) 240. : Fl. Kazakhst. 3, plate 32, fig. 7. Described from East. Siberia (Transbaikal). -Petersburg (LE). In forests, alpine meadows, along river banks. IIA. Junggar: Cis-Alt. (Kandagatai, in ravines, Sept. ; border of Shara-Sume town, No. , 3; in Burchum, No. 3084, Sept. 14, 1956—Ching), Tarb. -west of Khob-saira (Chagan-obo mountain), June 22, 1959—Lee and Chu; Dachen, No. 1637, Aug.