By V. I. Grubov, N. S. Filatova
This quantity of the illustrated lists of crops of critical Asia (within the People?s Republics of China and Mongolia) treats the tribe Anthemideae of the most important family members of Compositae. Many contributors of this tribe, especially wormwoods, tansy, Brachanthemum play crucial function within the vegetative conceal of relevant Asia as coenosis-forming brokers (edificators) in steppes and barren lands. This tribe contains numerous endemic and relict crops. As within the previous volumes, keys are supplied for the genera and species and for every species references to nomenclature, its ecology and geographic distribution. Ill.: 6 plates, eight maps of distribution levels.
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Non (Kar. ) B. Fedtsch. : Opred. rast. Sr. Azii [Key to Plants of Mid. Asia] 10 (1993) 608. : Fl. Kazakhst. 9, Plate 4, fig. 5; Fl. Sin. e. tab. 10, fig. 2. Described from East. Kazakhstan (Trans-Ili Ala Tau). Petersburg (LE). On rocky slopes, talus, among rocks in alpine and subalpine mountain belts. IIA. Junggar: Tien Shan (Dzhagastai, June 9, 1882—A. ; Kshuiku, subalp. belt, Aug. 9, 1913-Knorring). 23 IIIC. ). General distribution: Nor. and Cent. Tien Shan, Mid. Asia (West. Alay). 8. Waldheimia Kar.
4. + 5. + 6. Small subshrubs up to 20 cm tall, with highly stunted perennial vegetative shoots and smooth-edged lobed leaves; anthodium terete, phyllary imbricate 15. A. ) Tzvel. Subshrubs or small subshrubs with well-developed caudex; lower and middle cauline leaves pinnatisected or incised into 39 first order lobes, in turn wholly or partly 3-5-incised or lobed; anthodium of different form 2. , form compound corymbose inflorescence; achene slimy on wetting 3. , 2-8 (10) of them form compact or loose corymbose inflorescence at end of fertile shoot; achene not slimy on wetting 14.
Plate 7, fig. 3; Fl. Sin. e. tab. 11, fig. 1. 29 Described from Altay (Narym mountain range). Type in Moscow (MW). On rocky arid steppe mountain slopes, rarely on hummocky sand. IIA. Junggar: Zaisan (left bank of Chern. ). ; West. Sib. (Altay). Note. This species is closely related to T. ) Tzvel. but differs from it in anthodia on thick pedicels with tomentose pubescence, gathered into compact subcapitate corymb. 3. T. santolina Winkl. in Acta Horti Petrop. 11, 12 (1891) 375; Tzvel. in M. SSSR, 26 (1961) 343; Fl.