Campanula argyrotricha Wall. ex A.DC. (Images by D.S.Rawat (1,2) and Prashant (3,4-ID by D.S.Rawat))

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(Images by Dinesh Valke (1) and Anjar A.Khuroo (2,3-ID validation by D.S.Rawat))

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(Images by Gurcharan Singh (1,2,3) and Suresh Rana (4-ID by Gurcharan Singh))

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Campanula cashmeriana Royle (Images by Narendra Joshi (1,2) and Aarti S.Khale (3,4- ID by D.S.Rawat and Gurcharan Singh))

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Cyananthus integer Wall. ex Benth. (Image by D.S.Rawat)



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Cyclocodon axillaris (Oliv.) W.J.de Wilde & Duyfjes (S. China to Sumatera and S. Japan, Maluku: Cambodia, China South-Central, China Southeast, Hainan, Japan, Laos, Maluku, Myanmar, Nansei-shoto, Philippines, Sumatera, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam as per POWO)

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Hippobroma longiflora (L.) G.Don (Images by Alka Khare (1), Prashant (2) and Dinesh Valke (3))

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(Images by Surajit Koley)

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Lobelia erinus L. (Cultivated) 

 


 

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(Images by Anurag N. Sharma (ID by Shrikant Ingalhalikar))

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Lobelia leschenaultiana (C.Presl) Skottsb. (Images by Prashant (ID by V.K.Haridasan & P.K.Mukherjee) and Santhan P.)

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Lobelia montana Reinw. ex Blume (Image by Animish Mandrekar (ID by M.K.Pathak))


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(Images by Satish Phadke (1), Dinesh Valke (2,3) and Vijayasankar Raman (4))

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(Images by Ritesh Kumar Chaudhary  and Nidhan Singh)

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Lobelia terminalis C.B.Clarke (Images by Karun Kanta Das (ID by Surajit Koley))

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Lobelia zeylanica L. (Images by Prashant Awale (Id by Prasad Dash & E S Santhosh Kumar) (Inserted by J.M.Garg) (For more photos & complete details, click on the links))

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(Images by Vijayasankar Raman (1,2-photographed in USA) and Gurcharan Singh (Photographed in Kashmir, India))

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Wahlenbergia marginata (Thunb.) A.DC. (Images by Muthu Karthick,N (1,2-ID by N.S.Dungriyal), Pravin Kawale (3-ID by Dinesh Valke) and Surajit Koley (4-ID by Vijayasankar Raman))

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Plant Taxonomy 2E By Sharma (2009)- Details

Campanulaceae and Gentianaceae Week: July 2 to 8, 2012-Introduction:   Campanulaceae is a small family of nearly 2400 species distributed in nearly 90 genera distributed primarily in Temperate regions, though also represented in Tropics. Nearly 75 species are represented in India.
Usually herbs, a few climbers, shrubs and trees; leaves usually alternate, exstipulate, usually simple, sometimes somewhat lobed; flowers solitary, spicate or in racemes, mostly blue in colour, though also white, purple and other colours are represented; calyx tube partly adnate to ovary, lobes free, 5, persistent; corolla gamopetalous, shallowly or deeply 5-lobed, persistent; stamens 5, alternate with corolla lobes, filaments free or united, often dilated at base; ovary 2-5 celled, somewhat inferior, placentation axile; style linear, stigmas 2-5, spreading; fruit a 2-5 valved capsule.
Important genera expected in our uploads:
Asyneuma
Campanula
Codonopsis
Cyananthus
Lobelia
Phyteuma
Pratia

Wahlenbergia


Some link, I googled for more on Campanulaceae

Campanulaceae & Gentianaceae Fortnight:SM 131 : 1 post by 1 author.

I have suppose to be no image except a Exacum sp. previously  posted. I jut mention here the species of this two families recorded from Bangladesh
Campanulaceae
Campanula benthami
C. Javanica
C. cana
Campanumoea javanica
C. lancifolia
C. Parviflora
Lobelia alsinoides
L. heyneana
L. radicans
L.rosea
L terminalis
L. zeylanica
Wahelenbergia erecta
W. hirsute
W hookeri
W. marginata

Updated all genera pages on Campanulaceae : 9 posts by 2 authors.

I have updated all genera eFI (efloraofindia) pages on Campanulaceae (Pl. click).

Attempts have been made to incorporate most of the species available in India & nearby areas with details & keys directly or through links as far as possible. It’s quite possible that there may be some discrepancy in the accepted names & synonyms taken from other links.

Species discussed so far in efloraofindia are given at the bottom of the page in the form of links against Subpages. On clicking them one can see all the details.

Any comments/ corrections are welcome.


I have added list of Indian species of Cyananthus based on Fascicle of Flora of India.


 

Thanks a lot, … This matches with species given in other links.


I have made a small change in Codonopsis page.


Thanks, …


I have added species list of Asyneuma.


 

Thanks a lot, …

This matches with species given in other links.


I have also added list of species of Wahlenbergia in India.


 

Thanks a lot, … This matches with species given in other links.


 

Our next episode would cover two important families with several representatives in Himalayas and elsewhere. Dr. K. Haridasan has kindly agreed to coordinate Campanulaceae.

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Thanks, …, I will start updating the genera pages on these families, which have not been updated so far.
Currently following genera pages are available in efloraofindia under Campanulaceae (On clicking them one can see the species discussed so far): ……….

 

 

Species & genera pages of Campanulaceae in efloraofindia are now with images. This was done mainly by …
It involved inserting images on around 40 species pages (say around 130 images) & 10 genera pages. It also involved correctly identifying some of the threads, putting them at their proper place, proper formatting of the species pages etc.   

I request our members to pl. take up one family each & try to make efloraofindia more constructive. We will be rendering what ever assistance is required by the members, in this matter.


This was earlier completed by … in March’16.

A few more images etc. were included along with adding comparative images to the family page.


 

 

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