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ANACAMPSEROS   (L.) H. Ohba, 1977

Synonyms :

Sedum anacampseros  Linné (1753)

Sedum rotundifolium  Lamarck (1779)

Anacampseros sempervirens  Haworth (1812)

Sedum anacampseros fa majus  Praeger (1921)

 

Section Sieboldia

 

Distribution : Eastern Spain, southern France, south western Switzerland, northern Italy (Tyrolian Alps); flowering July to August.

 

 

Description (according to IHSP 2003) :

 

Flowering stems procumbent, smooth, 10 - 15 cm long, with several sterile shoots in the basal part.

 

Leaves alternate, aggregated, petiolate (lower leaves with petioles 1,5 - 2 cm) or sessile, obovate or ovate to orbicular, 1,2 - 3 x 1,3 - 3 cm, ± glaucous, tip rounded or obtuse, base attenuate to rounded, margins entire.

 

Inflorescences semiglobose, dense, many-flowered.

 

FIowers ± 7 mm diameter, sepals triangular-ovate or lanceolate, ± 2 mm, glaucous, petals broadly lanceolate, dullish purple inside, purplish and ± glaucous outside, 4,8  - 5 mm, suberect, stamens nearly as long as the petals, filament purplish, ± 4 mm, anthers greenish-yellow or ivory.

 

 

 

 

 

Observation sur la route de Bellecombe, commune de Termignon-la-Vanoise (France - Haute Maurienne), 12 aout 2011, alt. 2200 m.






Observation au hameau de l'Ecot (alt. 2030 m) - Bonneval-sur-Arc (Savoie - France), 21 juillet 2012





Le hameau de l'Ecot :


Photos Anne-Marie Macabies

Plant in cultivation :




Photos Meinolf Stützer



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