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Leucanthemum sibiricum auct. : Ledeb. Fl. Ross. 2, 6 (1845) 541; Kryl. Fl. Zap. Sib. —Chrysanthemum naktongense Nakai var. -Mazz. in Acta Horti Gothob. ) Tzvel. in Fl. URSS, 26 (1961) 376; Fl. Sin. 76,1 (1983) 45; Fl. Intramong. ed. 2, 4 (1993) 571; Gub. Konsp. fl. Vneshn. Mong. [Conspectus of Flora of Outer Mongolia] (1996) 101. : Fl. Intramong. e. tab. 224, fig. 5-9. Described from Europe (Carpathians). Type in Wien (Vienna) (W). Plate I, fig. 3. On rubbly, limestone and sandy soils in steppe and forest-steppe zones.
96; Fl. Sin. e. tab. 12, fig. 2; Fl. Xizang. e. tab. 315, fig. 2. Described from Himalayas. Type in Paris (P). On rubbly slopes, fine rocky talus, in rock crevices, 3500-5500 m alt. IIIB. Tibet: Chang Tang ("Getszy", "Shuankhu", "Zhitu"—Fl. Xizang. ). General distribution: Fore Asia, Mid. ). 2. W. stoliczkae (Clarke) Ostenf. in Hedin, S. Tibet, 6, 3 (1922) 38; Tzvel. in Fl. SSSR, 26 (1961) 268; Fl. Kirgiz. 11 (1965) 129; Fl. Kazakhst. 9 (1966) 39; Fl. Sin. 76, 1 (1983) 83; Fl. Xizang. —Allardia stoliczkae Clarke, Comp.
Sin. 76, 1 (1983) and Fl. Intramong. 2, 4 (1993) to the find of C. maximowiczii Kom. in East. Mongolia (Ulantsab, Khukh-Khoto, Baotou) has not been confirmed by our herbarium material. 35 13. Brachanthemum DC. DC. Prodr. —Chrysanthemum sect. Argyranthemum (Web. ) Benth. ex Hook. f. Gen. Pl. ; O. Hoffm. in Engl, et Prantl. Pflanzen-fam. —Chrysanthemum sect. Argyranthemum subsect. ) Ling in Contr. Inst. Bot. Nat. Ac. Peiping, 3 (1935) 476. 1. + 2. + 3. + 4. 35 + Small subshrubs up to 15 cm tall, with highly branched lignifying thin -shoots; leaf blade 2-trisected; terminal leaf lobules linear, short-cuspidate; anthodium single on short erect shoots 4.
Agriculture and Food Production by George G. Khachatourians and Dilip K. Arora (Eds.)