Asystasia mysorensis (Roth) T.Anderson, J. Linn. Soc., Bot. 9: 524 1867. (syn. Adhatoda rostellaria var. humilis Nees; Adhatoda rostrata Hochst. ex Oliv.; Asystasia lawiana Dalz.; Asystasia rostrata Solms ex Lindau; Asystasia schimperi T.Anderson; Asystasia schimperi var. grantii C.B.Clarke; Ruellia mysorensis Roth; Strobilanthes mysurensis (Roth) Nees);
South Africa (Limpopo, North-West Prov., Gauteng, Mpulamanga, KwaZulu-Natal),
Swaziland, Namibia, Botswana, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, South Sudan, Ethiopia,
D.R. Congo (Zaire), Rwanda, Burundi, Zambia, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Yemen,
peninsular India as per Catalogue of Life;
Acanthaceae Fortnight ::Asystasia mysurensis :: Shillong:: PKA-MAR27/27: : : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (4)
Came across this small erect herb at “Chandan-Vandan Fort” in Satara region.
Bot. name: Asystasia mysurensis (Syn.: Asystasia lawiana)
Acanthaceae Fortnight : Asystasia mysorensis (Roth) T. Anderson : Nasik : 31MAR15 : AK-52 : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)
Posted earlier, identified by …
well, but for me i need a better face of a flower
not a botanist like these guys
do you have one?
I would have been happy to share if I had more close up pictures …
Have this one taken earlier. Attachments (1)
Request for ID : 190611 : AK-1: Attachments (1). 4 posts by 3 authors.
Found by the roadside growing wild at Nasik, Maharashtra on the 24th of Sept, 2010.
Very tiny white flower…. a single flower seen by me.
Even i have same plant specimen and need to check with some of herbarium.. once i get the name will inform you..
Please check it for Asystasia mysorensis.
Thanks a lot for the id….. I checked on google, it seems to be the right plant.
Wild Plant For ID : Nasik : 290114 : AK-31 : Attachments (1). 7 posts by 4 authors.
A wild plant seen in Nasik on 19/9/2011 with a tiny white flower.
I go for Asystasia mysorensis (Roth) T.Anderson
Thanks for the id.
I recollect to having posted this species earlier on our group and was identified by …
Yes Asystasia mysorensis.
I do remember your earlier post.
I remembered it later, after … identified it. Surprisingly, there are only these two posts in eflora.