Primula youngeriana W.W.Sm.
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|Primula youngeriana W.W.Sm.|
isotype of Primula youngeriana W.W.Sm.
Collector/Expedition: Ludlow, F & Sherriff, G
Country of origin: China:Xizang (Tibet) Autonomous Region
Collecting locality: Mira La. Nyang Chu
Latitude: 29° 30' N, Longitude: 94° 15' E
Habitat: Under huge boulders, in dry moss.
Description: Habit similar to P. rotundifolia, close to which it was growing. Undersurface of leaves, scape, bracts, calyx lobes (especially within) white farinose. Corolla tube & segments normally deep blue violet, sometimes lilac, with large white eye. Segments farinose on reverse. Leaves flaccid.
Herbarium region: 3A (Outer China incl. Tibet)