Arisaema murrayi (J.Graham) Hook., Bot. Mag. 74: t. 4388 1848. (Syn: Arum murrayi J.Graham);
Murray’s Cobra Lily • Marathi: पांढरा सापकांदा Pandhra sap-kanda;
white Chiense cobra lily from Balwantgad IN Kasara REGION Taluka SHAHAPUR Dist THANE OF MAHARASHTRA: After sharing Bridals Bouque, churchgate mumbai; ID COURTSEY:
…, I share herewith another beauty of White first saw at slopes and also later roadside of Balwantgad,
Name OF FLOWER : Arisaema Candidissimum, common name: WHITE CHINESE COBRA LILY
Color of Flower: White
place: Blawantgad(fort), situated at (APPRX. 6KM) Kasara(Nearest railway station and last railway station for Locals of Central Railway from CST,Mumbai) Taluka SHAHAPUR, Dist.: THANE, State: MAHARASHTRA
Camera: Digicam -Kodak
Date & time: 26th June, 2011 Sunday, noon
Id courtsey: Search engine: <http://www.paghat.com/pulpit_candidis.html>
This is Arisaema murrayi.
identification no170811sn2: Kindly identify this flora. Is it Arisaema murrayi? (Murrayi’s Cobra Lily)
location: mulshi, pune. 3500ft above msl.
Commonly it should actually be called Murray’s Cobra lily and not Murrayi’s !!
Arisaema murrayi flowering: Photographed at Khandala over the weekend.
Thanks for sharing.. This is the type variety of Arisaema murrayi (J. Graham) Hook.
This is one of the most beautiful species of Arisaema I have encountered in Western Ghats.
In fact, for me, all the species looks very pretty :-). I myself have collected this species from Lonavala, Sinhagad, Panchgani as well as Mahabaleshwar regions of Maharashtra. This species is in flowering in my garden right now. It is coming well in lower altitudes too..
I am planning a trip to Maharashtra soon this month to collect the var. sonubineae, described by Lakshminarasimhan & Punekar
you may be the right man to answer my questions. I live in Central Scotland. I have been trying to grow this from very rare and expensive bulbils for 2 or 3 years now.
The bulbils seem to grow, they get leaves and roots I overwintered them with others, utile, ciliatum, Flavum in my garage frost free. In spring however when the others grow, nothing. When I check the pots there’s nothing either, maybe a bit “skin“ is all that’s left of the bulb. This year I put the bulbils in my greenhouse and just recently one has formed a leaf, however there’s not much good weather left.
What temperature range do they like and do you think I should remove them from the soil to overwinter them ?
KAS Week::(Arisaema murrayi – 03/10/2012 – NJ): Arisaema murrayi (Sap Kanda – Marathi)
Kas week:: PKA28:: Arisaema murrayi: Arisaema murrayi (Family: Araceae).
Arisaema murrayi – Matheran : Attachments (1). 4 posts by 3 authors.
Beautiful picture … They bloom with the first showers?
Thanks … you are right, it probably blooms after first shower.
Arisaema murrayi from Matheran MN090713 : Attachments (1). 5 posts by 3 authors.
Seen this Arisaema sp at Matheran forest.
Date : 7th July ’13
Araceae, Arecaceae and Zingiberaceae Fortnight: Araceae-:: Arisaema murrayi from Lonavala :: PKA6:: : : 3 posts by 3 authors.
Came across this Tuberous herb on the way to Lohagad fort, Lonavala region.
Bot. name: Arisaema murrayi
Date/Time: 20-06-2010 / 07:30AM
Location: Lohagad, Lonavala region
Plant Habit: Herb
Araceae, Arecaceae and Zingiberaceae Fortnight::Arisaema murrayi (NSJ-04) : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2).
Arisaema murrayi – (Sap Kanda) Photo taken at Mahabaleshwar.
AAZ Fortnight :: Araceae :: SMP3 :: Arisaema murraei Mahabaleshwar : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2).
Satara, Oct 2014 :: Requesting ID validation – Araceae :: ARKNOV-30 : 6 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (3)
Requesting to please validate ID of this Araceae member captured near Satara, Maharashtra in October 2014.
I think, it is Arisaema dracontium
Given the length of the peduncle and the presumed size of the plant I would say it is most likely the infrutescence of murrayi. Arisaema ghaticum occurs in the same area and has a similar shaped infrutescence but is generally smaller in size with a shorter peduncle
Arisaema murrayi—-for sharing and validation : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (1)
Pic taken at Ambyvalley rd., lonavala, pune in june 14.
Arisaema murrayi var. sonubeniae;
… two instances of Arisaema murrayi: While wanting to compile common names for Arisaema murrayi … the basic exercise of settling on the botanical name came to these two instances: 1) … Arisaema murrayi Hooker Hook. ex Blatter …
http://www.aroid.org/genera/arisaema/herold/Pages/arlist.php … International Aroid Society
2) … Arisaema murrayi (J.Graham) Hook. … syn.: Arum murrayi J.Graham
… http://www.theplantlist.org/tpl/record/kew-15524 …The Plants List
Naive query: are these both one and the same ?
Yes sir, actually both names are pointing towards the same plant but I believe there is some mistake on both links.
Names of Plants in India :: Arisaema murrayi: Arisaema murrayi
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commonly known as: Murray’s cobra lily • Marathi: पांढरा सापकांदा pandhra sap-kanda
botanical names: Arisaema murrayi (J.Graham) Hook. … synonym: Arum murrayi J.Graham
murrayi in context of Arisaema murrayi is named for J A Murray, 18th century Swedish student of Linnaeus … that was my belief, until one of my friends, .. corrected me that it would be Dr Murray, much associated with flora of Mahabaleshwar, a contemporary of Graham.
Searching internet for Dr Murray leads to Dr. John Murray (1809-1898), a surgeon with the Bengal Medical Service of East India Company … also was into photography of Mughal architecture in India.
Cannot find any mention that he was present in Western Ghats.
Please give some idea about the Dr Murray in whose honour Arisaema murrayi was named.
The first Superintendent of Mahabaleshwar – Dr. James Murray 1831 to 1839
Genus Murraya was honoured to J A Murray, 18th century Swedish student of Linnaeus
Arisaema murrayi, Mahabeleshwar : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)
third week of june 2018, Mahabeleshwar
we saw maybe five or six of these beautiful Arisaemas, growing in clearings on the edges of clumps of bushes and trees
Arisaema murrayi : Nasik : 03JUL19 : AK-10 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)
Seen on a mountain slope on 25th June in Nasik.