Clematis tangutica var. tangutica

unknown
Selected by author to be illustratedIntroduced
Treatment appears in FNA Volume 3.
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Stems climbing, 2-4 m. Leaf-blade pinnately 5-7-foliolate, proximal leaflets rarely 3-foliolate; leaflets lanceolate to oblong or elliptic, unlobed or lobed proximally, 1.8-5.7 × 0.4-1.6 cm, margins serrate; surfaces usually abaxially pubescent, not glaucous. Inflorescences terminal and axillary, 1 (-3) -flowered. Flowers bisexual; pedicel 0.6-3 cm; sepals ascending, scarcely spreading except near tip (forming narrowly bell-shaped perianth), bright-yellow, lanceolate to elliptic, 1.8-3.4 cm, length ca. 2.5 times width, margins silky-pubescent, abaxially silky-pubescent, adaxially glabrous; stamens 20-50; filaments pilose proximally; staminodes absent; pistils 80-150. Achenes turgid, not conspicuously rimmed, pilose; beak 2-4.5 cm. 2n = 16.


Phenology: Flowering summer–early fall.
Habitat: Roadsides, thickets, other ± open, disturbed sites
Elevation: 700-1000 m

Distribution

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Alta., B.C., Man., Sask., Yukon, native to Asia (China), native to Asia (India)

Discussion

Clematis tangutica var. tangutica, the most commonly cultivated yellow-flowered species of Clematis, should probably be expected elsewhere. It is closely related to, and sometimes treated as a variety of, C. orientalis.

Selected References

None.

Lower Taxa

None.
James S. Pringle +
unknown +
Clematis orientalis var. tangutica +
Alta. +, B.C. +, Man. +, Sask. +, Yukon +, native to Asia (China) +  and native to Asia (India) +
700-1000 m +
Roadsides, thickets, other ± open, disturbed sites +
Flowering summer–early fall. +
Izv. Imp. Akad. Nauk, ser. +
Selected by author to be illustrated +  and Introduced +
Clematis tangutica var. tangutica +
Clematis tangutica +
variety +