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Fl. & Fr. April - July.

Distrib. India: Open glades in Fir forests and alpine slopes, 3200 - 4000 m. Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Sikkim.

Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, China (S.E. Tibet) and Myanmar.

Notes. Chromosome no. n = 7 (Mehra & Remanandan in Cytologia 37: 282 - 283. 1972) for a Gulmarg population ofA. obtusiloba var. globra (?); 2n = 16 (Sobti & Singh in Proc. Indian Acad. Sci. B. 24: 138 - 144. 1961).

One of the commonest Anemones, widely distributed in the Himalayas and highly variable in habit, indumentum, partition of leaf and colour of flowers.




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