Malus kansuensis

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Pyrus kansuensis, Batal. (Malus kansuensis, Schneid. Eriolobus kansuensis, Schneid.). A distinct species, marked by the usually broad-ovate 3-5-lobed and sharp-serrate glabrous or glabrescent lvs. which are 3- nerved at base, and by the ovoid red fr. from which the calyx is deciduous: young twigs glabrous, red- brown; buds of the same elongate, acute; scales only finely ciliate: lvs. dark green above, somewhat glandular on the nerves, somewhat paler beneath, glabrous or slightly hairy on the nerves, subrotund in outline, upper half palmately 3-lobed, lobes triangular, acute, margin serrate, the side lobes somewhat shorter; petiole 1 1/2 in. or less long: infl. a false umbel; calyx acute, equaling the corolla; petals round, short-clawed, more or less hairy inside; stamens 20; styles 3, hairy and grown together at base: fr. purple, 3-celled, about 1/2in long. China.

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