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Ac. Sci. -Petersb. ser. 7,22,1 (1874) 8; Forbes and Hemsley, Index Fl. Sin. 3 (1905) 497; Peter-Stib. in Acta Horti Gotob. 12 (1937) 70; Hao in Bot. Jahrb. 68 (1938) 613; Walker in Contribs. S. Nat. Herb. 28 (1941) 638; Fl. Xizang. 2 (1985) 850. —O. lapponica auct. non Gay: Ulbr. in Bot. Jahrb. 36, Beibl. 82 (1905) 65. —O. montana auct. : Ulbr. , Beih. 12 (1922) 424. : Fl. Xizang. 2, tab. 279, fig. 1-7. Described from China (Qinghai). -Petersburg (LE). Along river banks, on pebble beds and meadows, shoals, alpine meadows, up to 4500 m alt.

Altay). 24. O. larionovii Grub, et Vass. in Novit. Syst. PI. Vase. 24 (1987) 136. Described from Sinkiang (Tien Shan). -Petersburg (LE). On steppe slopes of mountains ? IIA. Junggar: Tien Shan (middle course of Taldy, May 26, 1879—A. ; Taldy river gorge [= Epte or Turgen'] in Irenkhabirga hills, 1200 m, May 27; Bagaduslung-Bainamun, 1850 m, June 4—1879, A. ). General distribution: endemic. 25. O. C. Li in Acta Phytotax. Sin. 18, 3 (1980) 371; Fl. Xizang. 2 (1985) 863. : Fl. Xizang. 2, tab. 284, fig.

Fl. MNR (1955) 193; Fl. Kazakhst. 5 (1961) 344; Ulzij. in Issl. fl. i rastit. MNR [Study of Flora and Vegetation of Mongolian People's Republic] 1 (1979) 109; id. in Grub. Opred. rast. Mong. [Key to Plants of Mongolia] (1982) 165; Opred. rast. Tuv. ASSR [Key to Plants of Tuva Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic] (1984) 152; Claves pi. Xinjiang. 3 (1985) 84. : Acta Horti Petrop. 21, Plate 2, fig. 2; Fl. Kazakhst. 5, Plate 48, fig. 4. Described from Altay (upper Chui river). -Petersburg (LE). In sedge-Cobresia meadows, coastal meadows, moraines, tundra in alpine belt, 2800-3400 m alt.

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