D. E. Boufford et al.

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  • Salvia wardii Stibal, China, D. E. Boufford 31441, F
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    Description: Salvia wardii Stibal, China, D. E. Boufford 31441, F
Current Determination: Salvia wardii Stibal
Family: Lamiaceae
Det. by: X. W. Li, Sep 2008
Location: China: Xizang (Tibet)
Locality: Pass and adjacent slopes at Aila Shan, on road from Jiangda (Gyamda) to Dêgê,
Coordinates: 31.6333 98.4611
Elevation: 4400
Habitat/Microhabitat: On slope in open, gravelly, but hard packed soil
Additional data: Corolla purple

Collector(s): D. E. Boufford et al.
Collection Date: 31 July 2004
Catalog Subset: Seed Plants
Catalog Project: Ree China
EMu IRN: 1820327
OccurenceID: 88c84f55-3fdd-4933-8a36-3660b8f59d82

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