Gentianella spp.
Family: Gentianaceae
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PLANTS: Annual, biennial or perennial herbs. STEMS: terete or rectangular and winged. LEAVES: sessile and somewhat clasping or petioled, often forming a basal rosette. FLOWERS: 4- or 5-merous, solitary or in cymes; calyx lobes equal, unequal or reduced to teeth; corolla funnelform, cylindric or rotate, with or without an internal fringe (corona) at the base of the corolla lobes, the coronal hairs separate or united and forming a coronal scale; pistil stipitate or sessile, fusiform or cylindric. FRUIT: a capsule usually slightly exceeding the marcescent corolla. SEEDS: smooth to papillose, globose to slightly flattened. NOTES: A large genus with over 200 spp.; world-wide except Africa. (Gentiana + Latin diminutive suffix ella = little gentian). REFERENCES: Mason, Charles T. 1998 Gentianaceae. J. Ariz. - Nev. Acad. Sci. 30(2): 84.
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