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Threatened Flora of India. Volunteers required. Gomphrena serrata L. Achyranthes ternata Host ex Fisch. The inflorescence elongates sufficiently usually more than 3 cm to leave lower part of inflorescence naked in G. Nice pics The conclusion after I quickly read the links seems to go towards G. I don't think our plant from Delhi and Haryana is G. The inflorescence elongates sufficiently usually more than 3 cm to leave lower part of inflorescence naked, not found in G.
They are described in detail in Flora of Taiwan. There are two earlier posts unresolved - discussing the closeness of these species: G. Thought of putting the link to Flora Zambesiaca - with the hope to get some views and thoughts. Many thanks Thanks for pic 2 and esp 3 , now when we see these in grass, wont just trample and move on, we will stop and look and may be even if carrying a camera photograph it..
I wish more of us would do it Kindly identify this minute prostrate groundcover plant with yellow flowers. Longest leaves about 25mm long. For more details, pl. The Pillars 2. Moderators 4. Major contributors Stars of the month Efloraofindia's journey General. Gomphrena serrata? Gomphrena serrata - indiantreepix Google Groups.
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Distribution Map: Based on vouchered plant specimens from wild populations. Cultivated occurrences are not mapped. View county names by placing the cursor over the map. Show these synonyms only. Category I - Species that are invading and disrupting native plant communities in Florida.
Gomphrena serrata L.