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Description: An unusual and rare climbing monkshood with slender twining stems to 3m long, emerging from a tuberous root. Bearing small deeply divided foliage on dark petioles, which produce small clusters of bulbils in their axils when growing happily. The distinctly purple hood-shaped flowers are borne on axillary and terminal inflorescences in late summer. A plant for exacting conditions which we collected at around 3,000m altitude from cool moist shade close to a fast running stream, close to the Tibetan border in eastern Nepal in 2002 with Dan Hinkley et al.
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