By Gu Anlin & Wang Zongli
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Jahrb. C. Li et Ni in Fl. : Fl. Xizang, 2, tab. 268, fig. 8. Described from Tibet. Type in Cambridge In ploughed fields, along banks of canals 3200-3600 m alt. T. Fu in Bull. Bot. Xizang, 2 (1985) 830. (GH). and irrigation ditches, at IIIB. Tibet: Chang Tang ("Tibet, Fundortsangabe unleslich, 1903, leg. Sven Hedin"— E. ; "Tibet" 3500 m, No. -q. Li [PE]; "Nor. T. ), South. C. ). General distribution: endemic. Section 5 (6). Scheremeteviana O. et B. Fedtsch. *A. scheremetevianus B. Fedtsch. in Trav.
Tien Shan; Mid. Asia (Pamiro-Alay). 35. A. tulinovii B. Fedtsch. in Acta Horti Petrop. 21 (1903) 315; O. et B. Fedtsch. Konsp. fl. Turk. 2 (1909) 198; Fedtsch. Rast. Turk. [Vegetation of Turkestan] (1915) 518; Boriss. in Fl. Tadzhik. 5 (1937) 278; idem in Fl. SSSR, 12 (1946) 60; Ikonn. in Opred. rast. Pam. [Key to Plants of Pamir] (1963) 165; Fl. Tadzhik. 6 (1981) 68; Opred. rast. Sr. Azii [Key to Plants of Mid. C. Yang in Claves pi. —A. densiflorus auct. non Kar. : Lipsky in Acta Horti Petrop.
C. Ho in Bull. Bot. Lab. North-East. Forest Inst. 8 (1980) 67; Opred. rast. Sr. Azii [Key to Plants of Mid. Asia], 6 (1981) 108. —A. C. Ho in Bull. Bot. Lab. North-East. Forest Inst. C. Li et Ni in Fl. Xizang, 2 (1985) 824. : Fl. Tadzhik. 5 (1937), Plate 27 and 6 (1981), Plate 6, fig. 24-29. Described from Pamir. Type in St. -Petersburg (LE). Along banks of rivers and lakes, on rocky and pebble-bed coastal zones, rubble-melkozem slopes, more rarely in meadows and grasslands as well as cryophyte deserts in alpine belt, 3800-4700 m.
Atlas of Rangeland Plants in Northern China by Gu Anlin & Wang Zongli