Arivela viscosa (L.) Raf., Sylva tellur. 110. 1838 (Syn: Cleome acutifolia Elmer; Cleome grandiflora (Benth.) F.Müll.; Cleome graveolens Rafin.; Cleome icosandra L.; Cleome viscosa L.; Cleome viscosa var. nagarjunakondensis R.Sundara Raghavan; Corynandra viscosa (L.) Cochrane & Iltis; Corynandra viscosa subsp. nagarjunakondensis (Sundararagh.) Cochrane; Diorimasperma violacea Rafin.; Lagansa alba Rafin.; Polanisia icosandra Wight & Arn.; Polanisia orthocarpa Hochst.; Polanisia viscosa (L.) DC.; Polanisia viscosa var. grandiflora Benth.; Polanisia viscosa var. speciosa Domin; Sinapistrum decandrum Moench; Sinapistrum violaceum Moench; Sinapistrum viscosum (L.) Moench);
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ah-ree-uh-WAY-luh
 — aryavela, Malabar name of the plant Cleome viscosa
 … A Malayalam and English dictionary
vis-KOH-suh — sticky
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commonly known as: Asian spider flower, cleome, dog mustard, tickweed, viscid cleome, wild caia, wild mustard, yellow spider flower • Gadwali: jakhiya • Gujarati: પિલી તળવાની pili talvani • Hindi: उजला हुलहुल ujla hulhul •Kannada: nayibela • Konkani: तिळोणी कानफुटी tiloni kanfuti • Malayalam: ആര്യവേള aryavela, naivela • Marathi: पिवळी तिळवण pivali tilwan • Rajasthani: bagra • Sanskrit: आदित्यभक्त adityabhakta, अर्क कान्ता arka kanta • Tamil: நைக்கடுகு naikkaduku, நாய்க்கடுகு naikkatuku, நாய்வேளை naivelai • Telugu: కుక్కవావింట kukkavavinta, శ్వాసబర్బర svasabarbara • Urdu: هلہل hulhul
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Distribution: pantropical, probable origin tropical Asia
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Flora of Eastern Ghats: Hill Ranges of South East India, Volume 1 By T. Pullaiah, D. Muralidhara Rao, K. Sri Ramamurthy (2002- Description & Keys- Cleome monophylla, Cleome gynandra, Cleome viscosa, Cleome rutidosperma, Cleome angustifolia, Cleome aspera, Cleome chelidonii & Cleome felina
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Flora of Eastern Karnataka, Volume 1 By N. P. Singh (1988- Keys- Cleome monophylla, Cleome gynandra, Cleome viscosa, Cleome angustifolia, Cleome aspera, Cleome simplicifolia & Cleome felina
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Erect profusely branched woody annual herbs. The whole plant viscous with stalked glandular hairs. Leaves 3-5(-7)-foliolate; leaflets subsessile, 0.6-3.5 x 0.3-2 cm, elliptic-oblong or obovate to spathulate, base cuneate, margins ciliate, apex obtuse, membranous, glandular pubescent; petiole up to 5 cm long. Racemes terminal, lax, few-flowered, corymbiform. Flowers 1-1.5 cm across; pedicels to 1 cm long, elongate during fruiting. Sepals 4, 4-8 x 2-3 mm, lanceolate, apex acute, glandular hairy without. Petals 4, yellow, 6-12 x 3-5 mm, obovate to oblong-spathulate, apex rounded. Stamens 12-18; filaments 6-8 mm long, broadened at tip; anthers linear. Ovary sessile, 5-7 mm long, oblong-cylindric, glandular-hairy; stigma cpitate. Capsules 5-6.5 x 0.3-0.5 cm, linear-oblong, terete, striate, densely glandular hairy. Seeds many, 1-1.5 mm across, reniform, transversely ridged, reddish-brown.  
Flowering and fruiting: March-July

Weed among cultivated plants, wastelands, roadsides, etc.

Pantropical

(From India Biodiversity Portal (Cleome viscosa L.)
Attributions- Dr. N Sasidharan (Dr. B P Pal Fellow), Kerala Forest Research Institute, Peechi

 

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Wild Plant for ID : Mumbai : 120912 : AK-3:  Taken at Maharashtra Nature Park, Mumbai on 22/7/2012.

A small plant growing wild with a yellow flower seen during monsoon season.

Id please.


Cleome viscosa of Capparidaceae



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Herb for ID: SPC-016 : 20-09-12 : Baroda:  Please help in identifying this herb from a dry habitat in Baroda. Height of the herb is around 1 foot. Leaves palmate, petiole hairy. Flower as seen in the photo.


Should be Cleome viscosa… more pictures especially of fruits should help further…


It is seems to be Cleome viscosa L.


Yes Cleome viscosa


Here is my first post of This fortnight episode
Cleome viscosa from Thermal Power Station Area Panipat
Shot only few days back (1.9.13) from a roadside area


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Capparaceae and Cleomaceae Fortnight:: Cleome viscosa from Panipat: NS-1 : Attachments (6). 2 posts by 2 authors.

This small herb with glandular sticky fruits was shot from Panipat last week.. (1.9.13)
Arivela viscosa (L.) Raf. Syn. Cleome viscosa L. Cleomaceae


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“Capparaceae and Cleomaceae Fortnight:: Cleome viscosa from Chennai BRS 5 : Attachments (2). 3 posts by 3 authors.

Sharing the images of Cleome viscosa


Nice Pics ... I think this plant is found all over India and one of the commonest member of this family


Yes we have this plant in our garden. Bandhavgarh Distt Umaria. M.P.



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Sharing pictures of this Cleome species, found growing wild in Muscat, Oman.

Missed the open flowers.


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Cleome viscosa



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Arivela viscosa (L.) Raf. popularly known by synonym Cleome viscosa L.
ah-ree-uh-WAY-luh — aryavela, Malabar name of the plant Cleome viscosa … A Malayalam and English dictionary
vis-KOH-suh — sticky 
commonly known as: Asian spider flower, cleome, dog mustard, tickweed, viscid cleome, wild caia, wild mustard, yellow spider flower • Gadwali: jakhiya • Gujarati: પિલી તળવાની pili talvani • Hindi: उजला हुलहुल ujla hulhul •Kannada: nayibela • Konkani: तिळोणी कानफुटी tiloni kanfuti • Malayalam: ആര്യവേള aryavela, naivela • Marathi: पिवळी तिळवण pivali tilwan • Rajasthani: bagra • Sanskrit: आदित्यभक्त adityabhakta, अर्क कान्ता arka kanta • Tamil: நைக்கடுகு naikkaduku, நாய்க்கடுகு naikkatuku, நாய்வேளை naivelai • Telugu: కుక్కవావింట kukkavavinta, శ్వాసబర్బర svasabarbara • Urdu: هلہل hulhul
Distribution: pantropical, probable origin tropical Asia 
ReferencesFlowers of India • PIER • NPGS / GRIN • Further Flowers of Sahyadri by Shrikant Ingalhalikar

along NH4 near Khandala on 12 JUL 08


Beautiful photographs! The Gujarati name of this plant is પીળી તલવણી, it has been incorrectly written in your post.


Thank you very much … for correcting the name. Will soon correct my notes in flickr.



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Cleome viscosa from Mammalapuram, Tamilnadu

Cleome viscosa from Kopar, Dombivli
Date : 07.09.2013


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Capparaceae and Cleomaceae Fortnight : Cleome viscosa : MNP,Mumbai : 080913 : AK-17 : Attachments (2). 1 post by 1 author.

Cleome viscosa, seen at Maharashtra Nature Park, Mumbai on 22/7/12.

Posted earlier on our group and identified.



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Cleome viscosa, a very common weed in wastelands and roadsides in Delhi and other parts of NW India. Photographed from Delhi.


Yes Sir this is a very common plant in this family. Thanks for sharing lovely shots


 


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Cleome viscosa from Mumbai.

Requesting to please ID this small herb captured growing wild in a field near Devgad, Maharashtra in May 2014.

Is this Cleome viscosa?


Yes, Cleome viscosa


We were dissecting this plant in M. Sc. practical in 1977.



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Cleome viscosa (Cleomaceae) : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3).
Cleome viscosa (Cleomaceae)
पिवला तिळवण

Yeoor hills, July, 2014


Lovely display!



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Species ID : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1).

The two photographs (A & B) of species Cleome L. has been attached to identify. Both the species has been collected from the same localities and time. Kindly help me differentiate both the plants.


I think both of them belong to Cleome viscosa..


Yes both are Cleome viscosa.



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Identification : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2).

I need identification of yellow flowered plant taken in chennai.


Cleome viscosa (Asian spiderflower)



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Talegaon Dabhade Pune
Jan 2016

Requesting to Id this wild plant with yellow flowers and long hairy fruits


Check Cleome viscosa


Thank you. Yes it matches with Cleome viscosa



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ID please PC 150916-2 : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1)

Another photo from the pavement at Tuglakabad. Please identify this.


Cleome viscosa, Cleomaece/ Capparaceae.


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Corynandra viscosa subsp. viscosa (accepted name) ?? : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (5)
Sharing some pictures I guess is Corynandra viscosa subsp. viscosa (accepted name) syn : Cleome viscosa L. shot at Chitwan, Nepal on 10 August 2014 at 600 ft.

Nepali Names: हुर हुरे Hur Hure  / बन तोरी Ban Toree / तोरी झार  Toree Jhaar 


Yes, …



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SK534 03 JUN-2017:ID : 6 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (7)

Location: Bhadrapur, Nepal 
Date: 26 May 2017
Altitude: 300 ft.

Most likely Cleome viscosa….


Cleome….but not viscosa!!!

Thank you … Link


Thanks, …, for the Id. Arivela viscosa (L.) Raf.  (Syn: (≡) Cleome viscosa L. (basionym) only as per comparative images at Cleome



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163-TSP-ID-04FEB2018-3: A herb @ Tumkur for ID assistance. : 23 posts by 9 authors. Attachments (3)

Kindly examine and identify this plant. Could this be a Cleome sp…..? 

Habit: Herb 

Habitat: Wild,Wasteland by a roadside 

Sighting: Tumkur,Karnataka,about 800 msl 

Date: 05-07-2016


Looks like Cleome viscosa ..


2.The efloraofindia site lists Cleome viscosa as a synonym of Arivela viscosa

3.The Plant List reckons Arivela viscosa and Cleome viscosa as distinct from each other.

This ambiguity needs to be cleared.


2.The efloraofindia site lists Cleome viscosa as a synonym of Arivela viscosa

3.The Plant List reckons Arivela viscosa and Cleome viscosa as distinct from each other.
This ambiguity needs to be cleared.

We can check what Catalogue of Life says which has been updated recently and appears to be much better than The Plant List. The Plant List was based on fixed data provided to them in 2012 by various service providers like WCSP etc. The underlined never changed after that. On the other hand data in Catalogue is changed on day to day basis and is based on latest sources.


Earlier I was following the CofL but some one suggested (I forgot the name) that the PL is better option. However, I guess we should follow the CofL for ID now on wards. But I found some ID completely different in the CofL.


No single source is the best option. We have to apply our mind to each and every taxon and take our decision according. Accepted name of a taxon keep on changing as you can see from time to time and from one flora to another flora. There are lot of reasons for that. Like some taxonomist splits a genus into many genera resulting in species moving to these different genera. Another taxonomist in future may lump them again into the same genus. Taxonomy is constantly changing with every new publication. As long as we identify a plant correctly, we should be happy without worrying if the name is an accepted name or a synonym. I think in the age of search, we should be quite comfortable with it.

Sometimes I do not change to the current names given in say Catalogue of Life, as we have keys of these species only as per the old nomenclature and we are quite used to these names. 

Yes …, agree!


The Plant is Cleome viscosa L., 

Regarding name change, after some review by a taxonomist the names may be changed; it is a continuous process, hence many plants of so many synonyms, As … said, we have to apply our mind; or if we write the old name it should be written with author’s name and publication, it is not a great error not to know the ever changing names, for we are accustomed to use one name for so many years!

Its funny but the whole discussion here is wrong.

Taxonomy is an opinion and its the opinion that changes and not the taxonomy. Its an art which different people understand differently.
Why this discussion is funny, because:

2.The efloraofindia site lists Cleome viscosa as a synonym of Arivela viscosa

NO ITS NOT TRUE ON MY SCREEN. I SEE ARIVELA VISCOA AS SYNONYM OF CLEOME VISCOSA
3.The Plant List reckons Arivela viscosa and Cleome viscosa as distinct from each other.
NO ITS NOT TRUE, I SEE  ARIVELA VISCOA AS SYNONYM OF CLEOME VISCOSA
Yes to me your plant does look like Cleome viscosa L. (Syn: Arivela viscosa (L.) Raf.).

Ok I see that on googlesites of eflora its writen the other way, which is wrong!! Sorry….


When I would start my lecture with a new class, I would start with “Identification and Nomenclature are two very different things”.It is important that our plant is correctly identified, nomenclature is a secondary aspect especially in modern electronic era. There was a time when two volume Index Kewensis was Nomenclature Bible and none could ignore it, but there also the practice of accepted names was discontinued in all Supplements published during 20th century. We were very optimistic when TPL was initiated with collaboration of several Institutes with Kew, but unfortunately it has more confusions with often multiple accepted names, binomials with no synonyms (not even Basionym) and so on. To make matters worse major databases like TPL, GRIN don’t agree on many names. It is best for us to concentrate on correct Id and don’t bother much with accepted name as they keep on changing so fast. 


Thanks a lot, …, for clarity.


yaa…Viscosa. Just touch and feel the viscous nature…


…, to add to more confusion they are going to start an all new PLANTS OF THE WORLD website….. I argued with them why they dont work on Checklist or Plant List and make them perfect instead. I got a shocking response, “BECAUSE EVERY DIRECTOR AT KEW WANTS TO LEAVE HIS OWN MARK AT KEW”.


It seems the plant world is controlled by the Kew.

It would be appreciable if they come up with accuracy!

It shall be Cleome viscosa



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On 4/7/08 on way to Amboli near Kolhapur; bush on wayside- 12/7/08; On 24/8/08 in Anantgiri, AP near Vikarabad; at Kalpakkam, TN- 26/8/08; Kanakeshwar, Alibag- Aug’09; 16 May 2010 5:30PM- Katnal Village, Mysore district; 30th Jully 2010- Kaas Pathar, Dist. Satara, Maharashtra; at Chennai in September 2010; Cleome viscosa – indiantreepix | Google Groups Asian Spiderflower (Cleome viscosa) – indiantreepix | Google Groups
yellow spider flower – indiantreepix | Google Groups Plant for ID | 10Jun2010AR01 – efloraofindia | Google Groups Fw: [efloraofindia:37815] Plant for ID | 10Jun2010AR01 – efloraofindia | Google Groups

Cleome viscosa – indiantreepix | Google Groups
Yellow flower-Samir Takaochi – efloraofindia | Google Groups
Etymology of generic names: Arivela and Tarenaya – efloraofindia | Google Groups
Kaas is Beautiful – 6 – efloraofindia | Google Groups
Wildflower Id – indiantreepix | Google Groups
Cleome viscosa – indiantreepix | Google Groups


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Flora of Panipat: Cleome viscosa from Samalkha Panipat:  Cleome viscosa from Samalkha Panipat
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Cleome viscosa = হলদে হুরহুরে: Please, don’t ask me what does HURHURE (হুরহুরে) mean in Bengali. I do not know.

There is HARHARE (হরহরে), meaning slimy/slippery, but HURHURE?
For হলদে, it is the colour yellow.
However, i didn’t know this ‘jungee gach’ (wild plant) has so many medicinal properties, as in –
Species : Cleome viscosa Linn.
Habit & Habitat : wild herb, roadside
Date : 12-05-12, 10.17 a.m. & 1.35 p.m.
Place : Two places in Hooghly

ID help : Flowers of India



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VoF Week: Cleome viscosa from enroute Joshimath:

Cleome viscosa from enroute Joshimath

pls validate


nice one …



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SYMBIOSIS : 236:    Attaching an image of a female Common Mormon on the flowers of Cleome viscosa.



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Plant ID request : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)- 1 MB.
Please help with this plant ID

Please wait for flowers… Though it can be Cleome viscosa..


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240718 SD 2 Plant ID request : 2 posts by 1 author. Attachments (1)
Please help with this plant ID

Please wait for flowers… Though it can be Cleome viscosa


 


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Fwd: CLEOME VISCOSA : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1)

Attaching a collage of Cleome viscosa (HURHURIA). It’s a way side plant.

Nice one …! Would not be it presentable with separate images instead of collage ?



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050819 EPT4 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)
presenting for identification please
Location : Chennai outskirts 
Date :01/08/19
Elevation : 23 mts.
Habitat :Urban garden
Habit : Weed

It should be Cleome viscosa



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Arivela viscosa :: Puducherry :: 15 OCT 19 : 5 posts by 3 authors. 6 images.

Puducherry  near sea coast

Date: October 15, 2019 … Altitude range: about 0 – 3 m (0 – 10 feet) asl
Arivela viscosa  Raf.

Thank you … I am sure you are knowing this plant. Now known by a newer name. We know it as Cleome viscosa, the Asian spiderflower or tick weed.


no wonder the seed pods seemed to be cleome like



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Cleome Species for ID : Nasik : 15MAY20 : AK-6 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)

Cleome Species seen in Nasik during August, 2018.

Cleome viscosa?

Yes it’s Cleome viscosa ma’am,


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Please identify the wild plant,
Location:  near Reserve Forest, Chathamattom, Ernakulam District, Kerala PIN:686671
Date:.               27.03.2021, 08.50am
Altitude:           1700fsl
Habitat:            wild moisture
Plant habit:      erect branches hairy annual weak stem
Height:             02 feet
Leaves:            opposite, palmatisect
Flower:             diameter: 17mm, yellow non fragrant

Cleome viscosa L.


Yes, it is.  Thank you



References:

Catalogue of Life  GRIN  POWO (Cleome viscosa L.) Flora of China (Arivela viscosa (Linnaeus) Rafinesque) Flora of Pakistan (Cleome viscosa L.)  Annotated checklist of Flowering plants of Nepal (Cleome viscosa L.)  The Plant List 1  The Plant List 2  Dinesh Valke’s Flickr Post  Flowers of India  PIER  India Biodiversity Portal (Cleome viscosa L.)  Plants For A Future database report 

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