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15 (1927). Erect perennial, 20–50 cm tall. Leaves paripinnate, 60–110 mm long, terminating in a simple or branched tendril, or a leaflet with a tendrilous midrib, sparsely pubescent, with 8–12 oblong-obovate or elliptic leaflets, 10–25(−27) × 6–12 mm. Stipules flabellate or perular, 5–10 × 5–9 mm. Racemes 1–2-flowered, corolla pubescent. Seeds obovoid. Flowering June. Uzbekistan; 1000–2000 m. 17. C. heterophyllum Contandriopoulos, Pamukçuoglu and Quézel, Biol. Gallo-Hellen. 4(1): 12–15 (1972). , forests of Pinus brutia and Quercus cerris between Manavgat and Akseki, 3 km S of Didere, N exposition, 1100 m, sample 6-J-3 (Holo: MARSSJ; iso: WAG).

Flowering (May–)June–August(–September). 2n = 16. Armenia, Greece (including Crete), Georgia, Iran, Lebanon, Syria, Turkey; 1400–2740 m. 20. C. H. Davis, Notes RBG Edinb. 29: 311 (1969). , Akseki, Huber-Morath 17174 (Holo: Hb Huber-Morath). Taxonomy 23 Erect perennial, 20–40 cm tall. Stems sparsely pubescent. Leaves imparipinnate, 30–80 mm long, with 7–13 oblong-obovate leaflets, 7–25 × (5−)9– 12(−16) mm; leaflets entirely serrated except extreme base. Stipules triangular or perular, 2–5 × 1–2(−3) mm.

As. Centr. : 16 (1927). Type: USSR-Tadzhik SSR, Pamir-alai, Guralash, Popov in Herb. As. Med. 205 (Holo: TAK). Syn. C. songaricum Steph. var. , Bot. J. Linn. Soc. 18: 49 (1881); C. garanicum Boriss. is considered a synonym by Seferova (1995) Erect perennial, (10−)20–50(−60) cm tall. Leaves paripinnate, (13−)25– 40(−70) mm, terminating in a spine. 5–5 mm. Stipules double spines, (1−)6–25(−33) mm long, (one long, one short). Racemes 1(−3)-flowered, corolla purple, pubescent or glabrous. Seeds obovoid, circumference 11– 12 mm.

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