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Argylia  checoensis (Meyen) I.M.Johnst.   
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FamilyBIGNONIACEAE
Genus species var.Argylia  checoensis (Meyen) I.M.Johnst. 
SynonymsOxalis checoensis Meyen (basionym)
 Argylia incana Phil.
 Argylia sitiens I.M.Johnst.
Territory Southern South AmericaChile North, (AntofagastaAtacama)
dry, rocky slopes
Altitude1000-3000m
Description silvery hirsute, glandular, leaves 9-20mm wide, palmatipartite, segments 7-9, narrow, shallowly lobate, flowers 12-20mm long in branched raceme
Size10-15cm
Coloryellow
Bloomlate spring, summer
Ca
Typetuberous perennial
Cultivationsunny, dry, rock crevices, protection against winter wet
alpine house, poor, drained soil, sun
Propagationseed in spring, uncovered, germ. 1-3 months, 16-21°C
division of resting tubers
BibliographyFlora of Chile www.eFloras.org
World Checklist apps.kew.org/wcsp
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