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Calceolaria rosmarinifolia  Lam.;  Scrophulariaceae o Calceolariaceae

Subarbustos de hasta 1 m de alto, cubiertos de pelos amarillentos y pegajosos. Las hojas son opuestas, lanceoladas, miden hasta 12 cm de largo, de color verde brillante en la superficie superior y verde amarillento y densamente lanosa en la inferior, con el borde enrollado hacia abajo. La inflorescencia mide hasta 10 cm y posee varias flores. Las flores son irregulares, con forma globosa, de hasta 15 mm de largo, de color amarillo brillante.

Distribución: Endémica del Ecuador. En el PNC se encuentra en el páramo de pajonal.

Subshrubs up to 1 m tall, covered with sticky, yellowish hairs. The leaves are opposite, lanceolate, up to 12 cm long, glossy green above, and yellowish green and densely wooly below; the margins are curled downwards. The inflorescences are up to 10 cm long, with numerous flowers. The flowers have an irregular globose shape, up to 15 mm long, bright yellow.

Distribution: Endemic to Ecuador. In CNP it is found in the grass páramo.

 
 
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