Request from Bangalore!: … We are a centre of excellence in traditional knowledge and medicinal plants and work under Ministry of Environment and Forest Project. As a part of herbarium activity we make educational materials as attached below. Thus far we have made 11 such posters. This year we plan to come out with poster on Daaruharidra and with this respect i seek your help in photographs of Berberis lycium, Berberis aristata and Berberis asiatica. We print about 250 posters and distribute free of cost to all the edicational and research institutes. The photo could show habit, habitat and close up for flowers and fruits that will help in identification. Every photographs will be duly acknowledged.


 
small bush for id mm2 25 06 2011:   These photographs were taken in july 2008 during a trip to ladakh.
This plant is from Nubra valley
Would really appreciate an id


Yes, most probably Berberis lycium  


 
Berberis Key to identify the species: Anyone has Key characters to identify the species of Berberis available in HP?


The revision published in Rheedea was done by Dr. Rao from NBRI.
… , if you can check with … to see if he has the keys. … did his phd on Berberidaceae of Western Himalaya under …. But his thesis has not been awarded yet.


Berberis Key to identify the species: Anyone has Key characters to identify the species of Berberis available in HP? 


I have a copy of a paper which was published in Rheedea as Revision of the Family Berberidaceae of India-1 and which was presented by Dr. G.S. Rawat. If required a can afford a photo copy of the same please.
A book A pictorial guide of the plants of the Indian sub continet-Aima is not available with the publisher,if this book is available of any book stall which is on your knowlege, please intimate me, because i am also crazy for book as well as flora. Recently you have tols the recently book through your e mail to the eflora of India .I have purchaged the book.Thanks a lots.


The revision published in Rheedea was done by Dr. Rao from NBRI.
…, if you can check with Umesh to see if he has the keys. … did his phd on Berberidaceae of Western Himalaya under Prof Rawat. But his thesis has not been awarded yet.


I had 3 days trip to Manali and surrounding areas. I got the herbarium of Berberis aristata and B. lyceum. A special thanks to Dr. S. S. Samant, GB Pant Institute, who had identified these plants. I also had a discussion with Dr. Sekaran, Kullu. Thanks for Sekaran also for his keys to confirm the identity of these plants.
A lot of thanks for all in helping me to identify the plants. 


Berberis sp. from Paddar valley J&K. 03: Request for Identification

Kindly identify this Berberis species.
Location: Paddar valley J&K.
Date: 9th June 2011
Altitude: 2500 meters asl
Plant height: 1-2 meters


efloraofindia: For ID 271112SP5: Please help me to identify this fruit.
Location – Chakrata.

Date: 10/10/2011
habitat : Wild


Berberis sp


Yes Berberis. May be … can help.


 

 
 
 

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