Aquilaria malaccensis Lam. (Bangladesh to W. & Central Malesia: Assam, Bangladesh, Borneo, East Himalaya, Malaya, Myanmar, Philippines, Sumatera, Thailand, Vietnam as per POWO)

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Daphne bholua Buch.-Ham. ex D.Don (2000-2900 m; Himalaya (Nepal to NEFA), Khasia, W. China as per Checklist of Nepal) (Keys after studying all posts in efi site and various literature like Flora of ChinaDaphne bholua Buchanan-Hamilton ex D. Don: Margin sometimes slightly revolute and/or undulate, apex acute, rarely acuminate or obtuse. Inflorescences terminal or axillary. Bracts paired, caducous, broadly lanceolate or oblong-ovate, 14-18 × ca. 4 mm, sericeous. Calyx purplish red or pink at least abaxially. Drupe black, ovoid. Daphne papyracea Wallich ex G. Don: Inflorescences terminal. bracts caducous, ovate, 7-15 × 3-4 mm, sparsely sericeous. Calyx white or greenish white. Drupe red, ovoid-pyriform)

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Daphne involucrata Wall. (Peninsular Malaysia (Perak, Pahang, Selangor, Melaka), W-Java, Malaysia, India, Vietnam, Sumatra, Borneo, China (S-Yunnan), Myanmar [Burma] (Chin, Mon, Taninthayi), Bhutan, Darjeeling, Laos, Thailand)

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Daphne mucronata Royle (Jammu & Kashmir (Poonch, Kashmir))
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Daphne papyracea Wall. ex Steud. (1500-2300 m; Himalaya (Kashmir to Nepal) as per Checklist of Nepal)
(Keys after studying all posts in efi site and various literature like Flora of China: Daphne bholua Buchanan-Hamilton ex D. Don: Margin sometimes slightly revolute and/or undulate, apex acute, rarely acuminate or obtuse. Inflorescences terminal or axillary. Bracts paired, caducous, broadly lanceolate or oblong-ovate, 14-18 × ca. 4 mm, sericeous. Calyx purplish red or pink at least abaxially. Drupe black, ovoid. Daphne papyracea Wallich ex G. Don: Inflorescences terminal. bracts caducous, ovate, 7-15 × 3-4 mm, sparsely sericeous. Calyx white or greenish white. Drupe red, ovoid-pyriform.)

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Daphne retusa Hemsl. (Bhutan, Nepal, Jammu & Kashmir (Kashmir))

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Edgeworthia gardneri (Wall.) Meisn. (Central Himalaya to China (NW. Yunnan) and N. Indo-China: China South-Central, East Himalaya, Myanmar, Nepal, Tibet, Vietnam as per POWO)

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Gnidia glauca (Fresen.) Gilg (Tropical Africa, S. India, Sri Lanka: Cameroon, Ethiopia, India, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Nigeria, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zaïre as per POWO)

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Stellera chamaejasme L. (S. Siberia to Korea and Himalaya: Amur, Buryatiya, China North-Central, China South-Central, Chita, East Himalaya, Inner Mongolia, Korea, Manchuria, Mongolia, Nepal, Qinghai, Tibet, Xinjiang as per POWO)

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Wikstroemia canescens Wall. ex Meisn. (E. Afghanistan to Myanmar and Sri Lanka: Afghanistan, Assam, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Tibet, West Himalaya as per POWO)

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Wikstroemia indica (L.) C. Meyer (Tropical & Subtropical Asia to SW. Pacific, Australia: Assam, Bangladesh, Borneo, China South-Central, China Southeast, Hainan, India, Maluku, Myanmar, New Caledonia, New Guinea, New South Wales, Northern Territory, Philippines, Queensland, Solomon Is., Sri Lanka, Sulawesi, Sumatera, Taiwan, Thailand, Vanuatu, Vietnam as per POWO)

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Piperaceae, Lauraceae and Thymelaeaceae Fortnight: September 11 to 24, 2014 : 7 posts by 4 authors.
I light of earlier episode having been extended to full month, our next episode covering Piperaceae, Lauraceae and Thymelaeaceae will now be conducted between September 11-24, 2014. Members are requested to kindly organise their photographs for upload during the Fortnight.
I would also like to seek volunteers for coordinating the family of their choice during the Fortnight and also for any future episodes.


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Piperaceae, Lauraceae and Thymelaeaceae Fortnight has already been announced on the Group
I am happy to inform that following experts have agreed to coordinate the respective families:
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Members are requested to mention the family in subject line for easy reference to the experts
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3. Piperaceae, Lauraceae and Thymelaeacea Fortnight: Thymelaeaceae- …………….(name) from ………………(place)- ………..(your serial number)

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Thymelaeaceae is now with comparative images:
Species, genera & family pages of‎‎‎‎ Thymelaeaceae are now with comparative images. On clicking the link of species, one can check the complete details. Genus pages generally give details of most of the species found in India.
May I request you to pl. go through & point out mistakes, if any. I hope this will aid in identification in future. If anybody can send images of other species of this family (for incorporation in the website), if any, or can identify unidentified/ wrongly identified images, it will be really nice.


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