Chlorophytum glaucum Dalzell, Hooker’s J. Bot. Kew Gard. Misc. 2: 142 1850. (Syn: Anthericum nimmonii J.Graham; Hartwegia nimmonii Dalzell ex Baker);
identification no131011sn3: I think this is Chlorophytum breviscapum. Kindly validate.
I guess Chlorophytum glaucoides
… since anthers larger than filament, most possibly C. glaucum. Refer to earlier post in the group at efi thread
Chlorophytum glaucum: Name of the Species: Chlorophytum glaucum
Common/Local Name: फुल्कड़ी
Photographed on: 14th August`09
Photographed at: Kas Platue, Satara, Maharashtra
Habitat: Hill slope, in Western Ghats
Description : Found it on the way to Kas lake while trekking down, on the rocky slope.
Regarding the identity of Chlorophytum: Herewith i am sending 3 photographs
DSC_0960 – Image showing Chlorophytum collected by me at Dandeghar, Panchagani
DSC_0967 – Image showing diffetence between flower structures 1. Large anthers – Dandegher, Panchagani 2.Small anthers – Old Mahabaleshwer
Aerial Photograph – Which shows that you have reported C. bharuche on this location..(Unfortunately i have deleted that mail some days before so i dont have that photograph)
DSC_0878 – Image showing Chlorophytum collected by me at old mahabaleshwer.
Please tell me in these photographs which one is C. glaucum and which one is C. glaucoides
and about C. bharuchae ( I am sure that the plant collected by me are not of C. bharuchae)
…, actually you are one among the few whom I look up for Chlorophytum IDs !!
ok sir, i am waiting to clear my confusion between C. glaucum and C. glaucoides
Please add some description like height of Plant , tubers, length of Inflorescence ….
Please identify this species of Chlorophytum – NS080912: Photographed at Khandala 2 weeks ago with … Please identify this species of Chlorophytum.
Its probably Chlorophytum nimonii
I am surely say that this is Chlorophytum glaucum. (100% sure)
Thank you all for your inputs. This definitely looks like Chlorophytum glaucum.
KAS Week::(Chlorophytum glaucoides – 07/10/2012 NJ): Chlorophytum glaucoides – (Kapar Musali-Marathi)
Here the bracts are forming a cone at the apex of scape before flowering hence this is C. glaucum. The leaves also differ in shape, lanceolate in C. glaucoides and oblanceolate in C. glaucum.
Chlorophytum glaucum—-for sharing and validation : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3). Pic taken at amby valley rd., lonavala, pune in oct13.
Affirmative. This looks like the Scaly-stem Chlorophytum. Please check this link : Google Groups
Rajgad, Sep 2014 :: Requesting ID of this Chlorophytum :: ARKSEP-26 : 6 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (8).
Requesting to please ID this Chlorophytum species captured at Rajgad near Pune in Sep 2014.
I saw 2 individuals (Type 1 and Type 2) around 50 metres away from each other, do both of these belong to the same species?
Both looks same and may be C. nimmonii (orchidastrum). Please check specimen.
Plant which shows single flower with bloom (in the middle of inflorescense) is of Chlorophytum glaucum and the inflorescense shows the open flower at the top with small anther is of C. glaucoides
Thank you … for the IDs… What are distinguishing factors to separate the two?
The flower characters which you captured are sufficient to distinguish them
Came across this Chlorophytum sp. flower & its capsules on the way to Harishchandragad (Via Nali chi vaat) . (29-11-2009).
Kindly help me in its identification.
……………looks like Chlorophytum tuberosum
Chlorophytum borivilianum Santapau & R.R.Fern.
Chlorophytum glaucum as style is diclinate and anther length is equal to filament length.
… has earlier suggested:
“Chlorophytum glaucum as style is diclinate and anther length is equal to filament length. “