Pedicularis section Phanerantha

Pedicularis longiflora ssp. tubiformis, copyright M. Dvorský.

Belongs within: Pedicularis.

The section Phanerantha of the genus Pedicularis includes species with inflorescences in robust racemes bearing many large dense flowers, in which the lower lip of the corolla is large, broad and distinctly three-lobed, the middle lobe being broadly orbicular or obcordate (Yamazaki 1988).

<==Pedicularis sect. Phanerantha Li 1949Y98
    |--P. ser. Macranthae Prain 1890Y98
    |    |--P. klotzschii Hurusawa 1948 [incl. P. ochroleuca Duthie ex Maximowicz 1888 non Schloss ex Reichenbach 1755]Y98
    |    |--P. macrantha Klotzsch in Klotzsch & Garke 1862Y98
    |    `--P. scullyana Prain ex Maximowicz 1888Y98
    |--P. ser. Longiflorae Prain 1890Y98
    |    |--P. hookeriana Wallich ex Bentham 1835 [incl. P. himalaica Klotzsch ex Klotzsch & Garke 1862]Y98
    |    |--P. longifloraY98
    |    |    |--P. l. ssp. longifloraY98
    |    |    `--P. l. ssp. tubiformis (Klotzsch) Pennell 1943 (see below for synonymy)Y98
    |    `--P. siphonantha Don 1825 [incl. P. tsoongii Yamazaki 1971]Y98
    `--P. ser. Robustae Prain 1890Y98
         |--P. elwesii Hooker 1884Y98
         `--P. nepalensis Prain 1889Y98

Pedicularis longiflora ssp. tubiformis (Klotzsch) Pennell 1943 [=P. tubiformis Klotzsch ex Klotzsch & Garke 1864, P. longiflora var. tubiformis (Klotzsch) Tsoong 1955]Y98

*Type species of generic name indicated


[Y98] Yamazaki, T. 1988. A revision of the genus Pedicularis in Nepal. In: Ohba, H., & S. B. Malla (eds) The Himalayan Plants vol. 1. The University Museum, University of Tokyo, Bulletin 31: 91–161.

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