- Scientific Name: Euphrasia hirtella Jord. ex Reut.
- Ref: Compt.-Rend. Trav. Soc. Hallér 1854-1856:120. 1855
- Synonym: Euphrasia hirtella var. paupera (Nakai) T. Yamaz.
- Chinese Common Name: 长腺小米草 chángxiàn xiǎomǐ∙cǎo, 疏花小米草 shūhuā xiǎomǐ∙cǎo
- Japanese Common Name: ケコゴメグサ [毛小米草] kekogomegusa
- Family: Orobanchaceae
- Genus: Euphrasia
- Distribution: Meadows, steppes, forest edges, conifer forests; 1400-1800 m. Heilongjiang, Jilin, Nei Mongol, Xinjiang, Xizang [Kazakhstan, Korea, Mongolia, Russia; Europe].
- Photo: 07/26/2008, Mt. Changbai, Jilin
Annuals, 3-40 cm tall, pubescent with long stalked capitate glandular hairs. Stems erect, usually slender, simple, rarely apically branched, hirsute with both long capitate glandular and eglandular hairs. Leaves sessile, ovate to orbicular, base cuneate to rounded, margin with 2 to several obtuse to acuminate teeth on each side. Spikes with several to numerous flowers; bracts leaflike, conspicuously larger than leaves. Calyx 3-4 mm; lobes lanceolate to subulate. Corolla white or galea pale purple, upper side 4-8 mm. Capsule oblong, 4-6 mm, emarginate. Fl. Jun-Aug. (Flora of China)