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Biennial herb with a swollen, fleshy, napiform tap-root. Stems 20–80(–100) cm, yellowish-green, erect, angled, striate, glabrous or with short to medium, pale, rough simple eglandular hairs especially below, unbranched or with few, short branches, leafy. 0 cm, obovate to elliptical, obtuserounded to acuminate at apex, entire to crenate-dentate, the teeth rounded and abruptly narrowed to the short, glabrous or hairy petiole, the cauline linear-lanceolate to linearoblanceolate, obtuse to acute at apex, more or less entire, rounded or narrowed at base and sessile; all with few to numerous, short to medium, pale, subrigid simple eglandular hairs on both surfaces and the margins.
Rhomboidalis L. Broad-leaved Harebell C. rotundifolia subsp. ) Bonnier Perennial herb with a napiform root and slender, sparingly branched rhizome. Stems (10–)20–40(–60) cm, yellowishgreen, often tinged with purple, erect, striate, glabrous or with short or medium, pale simple eglandular hairs, branched only above, leafy. 0 cm, subrotund or reniform, rounded at apex, serrate, the teeth broad, cordate at base and petiolate, the cauline few to numerous, gradually decreasing in size upwards, ovate, lanceolate, ovateoblong or rhomboid, more or less acute or acuminate at apex, crenate-serrate, rounded or more or less cordate at base and sessile, with short, pale simple eglandular hairs, particularly on the margin and veins beneath.
Perennial herb with a short, oblique, woody rootstock. Stem 3–25(–75) cm, pale yellowish-green, often tinted brownishred, erect, slightly angular, more or less robust, with numerous, short to medium, pale simple eglandular hairs, usually unbranched, leafy. 5 cm, lanceolate to ovate, obtuse at apex, irregularly crenateserrulate and cordate at base, the petioles up to 15 cm and hairy; the cauline smaller, lanceolate to ovate, obtuse to acute at apex, crenate-serrulate or the upper entire, narrowed or rounded at base and sessile and semiamplexicaul or the lower shortly petiolate, all with short to medium, pale simple eglandular hairs on both surfaces and the margins.