Chenopodiastrum murale (L.) S. Fuentes et al., Willdenowia 42:14. 2012 (Syn: (≡) Chenopodium murale L. (basionym));
 

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Common name: Nettle-Leaved Goosefoot, Australian-spinach, salt-green •
Hindi: Goyalo
Another common weed that has got a new name in recent study in 2012. An annual herb, mostly branched in basal part, branching spreading, farinose; leaves broadly ovate-rhombic, corsely dentate, upper smaller and lanceolate; flowers in small dense clusters, on shorter inflorescence branches; perianth segments 5, united less than half, keeled near apex, farinose; stamens 5; stigmas 2; fruit falling along with perianth.  
 
 
 



 

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Chenopodiaceae and Amaranthaceae Week: NS 008: Chenopodium murale: This fairly common weed is being shared… tried to get closer…. Chenopodium murale L.


Yes … Very good photographs.


 

 

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Chenopodiastrum murale (L.) S. Fuentes et al., Willdenowia 42:14. 2012
Chenopodium murale L.,
Common names: Australian-spinach; nettle-leaf fat-hen; nettle-leaf goosefoot; saltgreen

Another common weed that has got a new name in recent study in 2012. An annual herb, mostly branched in basal part, branching spreading, farinose; leaves broadly ovate-rhombic, corsely dentate, upper smaller and lanceolate; flowers in small dense clusters, on shorter inflorescence branches; perianth segments 5, united less than half, keeled near apex, farinose; stamens 5; stigmas 2; fruit falling along with perianth.
Photographed from Delhi


 
Very good photograph … Based on an important molecular study in 2012 the name has been changed to

 
 

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This seems to be the one as in – /species/a—l/a/amaranthaceae/chenopodiastrum/chenopodium-murale, found in an agri-land in Memari, Burdwan.


I agree with your identification.. Chenopodium murale


This one was growing in a field along with spinach (Indian spinach) and Chenopodium album.
There were many of them in that field. While the owner harvested the rest of the crops, these were left in the field.


this is not rare.. a common weed rather..


Yes … Very good photographs.


 

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Wild Plant For ID : 301013 : AK-1 : Attachments (1).  5 posts by 4 authors.

An old picture of mine.

Found growing wild in Muscat.
Seems Chenopodium.
Species id please


Appears like Chenopodium murale


Yes Chenopodium murale


Yes agree with Chenopodium murale


 
 
 
 
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