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Chrysosplenium flagelliferum profile

Written by Maggie

Mar 03 2021

Chrysosplenium flagelliferum profile

Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum is a perennial herb. Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum is a species of animal that lives in damp places under forests or near streams at an altitude of 0-500 m.

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Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum

Morphological features of Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum

Branch

Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum is a perennial herb, 12-19 cm tall, tufted, from the axils of the basal leaves,

Leaf

Leaves of Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum are alternate, subreniform, 6 -- 10 mm long, 10 -- 19 mm wide, margin with 5 -- 8 obtuse teeth, ventral pilose, terminal larger. The stem is glabrous. Basal leaves are petiolate, leaf blade reniform to oblong-reniform, 1.2-3.8 cm long, 1.5-5.3 cm wide, margin 12-18 obtuse, base cordate, ventral sparsely pubescent, abaxially glabrous, petiole 3-13 cm long; Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum has 3-4 Pauline leaves, alternate, subovate, 4-8 mm long, 5-10 mm wide, margin 5-obtuse, glabrous, petiole 0.6-1 cm long. Cymes are 3.5 -- 6.3 cm long;

Flowers

Inflorescence branched glabrous in Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum; Bracts are broadly ovate, obovate to oblate, 2 -- 7 mm long, 1.8 -- 8.3 mm wide, margin 3 -- 5 obtuse, base subcuneate to oblique cuneate, stalk 1.6 -- 3 mm long, sparsely pilose; Pedicel of Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum is glabrous; flowers are sparse, ca. 4.6 mm in diam. Sepals are subspreading, ovate to subrhomboid, 1.9 -- 2 mm long, 1.2 -- 2 mm wide, apex obtuse or acute, glabrous; Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum has 8 stamens, ca. 0.9 mm;Ovary semiinferior, style ca. 0.7 mm.

Fruit

Capsule of Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum ca. 3 mm long, apex subtruncated and slightly concave, 2 carpel subequal, beak ca. 0.7 mm long; Seeds are dark brown, ellipsoid, 0.7-0.8 mm long, rarely puberulent, lustrous. 

The flowering period of Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum is spring.

Ecological Habits of Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum

Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum is a species of animal that lives in damp places under forests or near streams at an altitude of 0-500 m.

The region of Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum

Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum is produced in Heilongjiang, Jilin and Liaoning. So did the Soviet Union, Mongolia, Korea and Japan.

Method of propagation of Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum

Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum is commonly propagated by cuttings.

Chrysosplenium Flagelliferum