Linaria badalii Willk., Ill. Fl. Hisp. 2(12): 33, tab. 110 (1886).
Glabrous, glaucous, somewhat fleshy annual; fertile stems usually numerous, 6-20 (-27) cm, decumbent to ascending, occasionally suberect, simple or branched; sterile stems absent. Leaves 3-16 x 0.5-1.5 mm, linear to linear-oblanceolate, flat, obtuse or subacute, in whorls of 3-5 to middle of stems, alternate above. Inflorescence with 2-12 (-24) flowers, dense in flower, somewhat lax in fruit. Bracts 2-8 mm, linear, acute. Pedicels 0.5-2.5 mm in flower and fruit, suberect. Calyx-lobes subequal, 2.5-6 x 0.5-0.8 mm, linear to linear-oblanceolate, obtuse or subacute. Corolla 12-18 mm, yellow or white, often with purple or brown veins; tube somewhat slender; adaxial lip sinus 1.5-2 mm; abaxial lip sinus 0.6-1.4 mm; spur 4-6 mm, usually slender, straight or somewhat curved, shorter than rest of corolla. Capsule 3-5 mm, subglobose, glabrous. Seeds (1.5-) 1.8-2.4 mm, suborbicular or reniform-orbicular, plano-convex, black, somewhat metallic-shiny; hilum narrow; wing (0.3 -) 0.4-0.6 mm broad, somewhat thin, papillate towards disc; disc reniform, usually without tubercles, papillate; periclinal wall of testa-cells tabular or papillate, densely verruculate, the anticlinal wall of testa-cells angular, with ridge over junction. Modified from Sutton (1988).
NW Spain. Hs.
Type: SPAIN: (not located (cf. Valdés, 1970a: 168) COI?)