Barbarea intermedia Boreau, Fl. Centre France 2: 48 1840. (Syn: Barbarea gautieri Rouy & Foucaud; Barbarea pinnata Lebel ex Rouy & Foucaud; Barbarea prostrata Gay ex Lacaita; Barbarea sicula var. prostrata (Gay ex Lacaita) Gren. & Godr.; Barbarea vulgaris subsp. intermedia (Boreau) Maire; Barbarea vulgaris var. transiens Pau & Font Quer; Campe intermedia (Boreau) Rauschert; Crucifera media E.H.L.Krause);
Medium-flowered Winter-cress, Medium Winter-cress, Early Wintercress;
Barbarea intermedia is quite distinct from Barbarea vulgaris in smaller flowers (petals 4-6 mm long as against 6-9 mm, deeply pinnatisect upper leaves, basal leaves with narrower terminal lobe, thicker (1.5-2 mm as against 1-1.5 mm), and straight siliqua.
Brassicaceae sp. for ID-221111-PKA2: Seen this herb on the way to Srinagar from Sonmarg (J & K).
Date/Time: 23-09-2011 / 10:00AM
Plant habit: Herb
Barbarea orthoceras from Kashmir: Barbarea orthoceras from Kashmir, growing along pathways on wet slopes. Photographed from Gulmarg on June 20, 2010
Barbarea intermedia and not B. orthoceras as per … in another thread
Brassicaceae Week: Barbarea intermedia from Kashmir: Barbarea intermedia Boreau, Fl. centre France 2:48. 1840
syn: Barbaraea vulgaris var. sicula Hook. f. & T. And.
Common names: Intermediate Wintercress, Medium-flower wintercress
Quite distinct from Barbarea vulgaris in smaller flowers (petals 4-6 mm long as against 6-9 mm, deeply pinnatisect upper leaves, basal leaves with narrower terminal lobe, thicker (1.5-2 mm as against 1-1.5 mm), and straight siliqua.
Photographed from Gulmarg and Pahalgam in Kashmir
I would have just walked past it as a weed… this opens my eyes
Brassicaceae Week :: PKA4-230911 :: Barbarea intermedia near Srinagar: Seen this herb on the way to Srinagar from Sonmarg (J & K).
Any leaves pl?. It is difficult to to separate B. vulgaris and B. intermedia without leaves. Pl. see my uploads.
Brassicaceae sp for ID ? — en-route Dhel pass – GHNP -PKA78 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3).
Seen this small herb en-route Dhel pass at GHNP at an altitude of appeox. 3700m.
Date/Time: 28-09-2014 / 11:20AM
To me it is Barbaria intermedia Boreau (Brassicaceae).