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Bartsia laticrenata  Benth.;  Scrophulariaceae u Orobanchaceae

Hierbas que miden hasta 50 cm de alto, con una base leñosa, cubiertas de pelos glandulares, pegajosos. Las hojas son opuestas, lanceoladas, miden hasta 2 cm de largo, con el borde crenado y enrollado hacia abajo, a menudo de color rojizo morado, sobre todo en la parte superior. Las flores se encuentran en la parte superior de los tallos, miden hasta 10 mm de largo, el cáliz es de color morado y la corola tubular es de color amarillo-verdoso.

Distribución: Colombia y Ecuador. En el PNC se encuentra en el páramo de pajonal.

Herbs up to 50 cm long, with a woody base, covered with glandular sticky hairs. The leaves are opposite, lanceolate, up to 2 cm long; the margins are crenate and curled downwards, often tinged with reddish purple especially in the upper parts. The flowers are in the upper portions of the stems, up to 10 mm long; the calyx is purple and the tubular corolla is greenish-yellow.

Distribution: Colombia and Ecuador. In CNP it is found in the grass páramo.

 
 
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