Crotalaria evolvuloides Benth.;
According to Gamble, the leaves of C. evolvuloides are very variable, from oblong, lanceolate to even orbicular.
Is this Crotolaria calycina? 281109MK2 – efloraofindia | Google Groups : 7 posts by 5 authors.
Please help to identify this Crotolaria sp. Found in open areas of dry deciduous forests in eastern ghats.
Place: Satyamnagalam hills
Alt: 900 msl
Date: Oct 2008
I don’t really think so….the FOI link says that the said plant is hairy..just check it
Yes sir, this one is different.
Also in C. calycina, calyx is longer than pod, here it is less than half as long. May be if some one gives a list of species reported from Eastern Ghats, this species can be identified. Features are very clear from photgraphs, but I find it difficult to look up the key of 77 species from FBI
pl check for Crotalaria prostrata, just a wild guess
I think it is Crotalaria evolvuloides. In C. prostrata the pods are glabrous. And it is not C. calycina for sure. According to Gamble, the leaves of C. evolvuloides are very variable, from oblong, lanceolate to even orbicular.
Crotolaria for id 120810MK3 – efloraofindia | Google Groups : 8 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (3)
Please help to id this small Fabaceae herb found in the forest floor.
Is it Crotalaria albida Heyne ex Roth?
.. Luks like Crotalaria evolvuloides !!!!!!!!!!!! .. Satyamangalam RF;ca. 900msl; TN ..
Pl. find the attached file contain photos of Crotalaria evolvuloides.
Location: Munnar, Kerala (Oct.2011)
A different Crotalaria indeed.
Fabaceae-Faboideae (Papilionaceae) Week: RVS3: Crotalaria evolvuloides:
I think this could be Crotalaria evolvuloides of Leguminosae family
The pattern of leaves really reminds me about the plant Evolvulus alsinoides which might be responsible for this name …. ?
Yes I too think as what you suggested.
Pl. find the attached file contain photos for id. request.
Location: NBNP, Anaikatti, Coimbatore
Habit: Herb like?
Most probably Crotalaria evolvuloides
Yes … I remember your post during the Papilionaceae week.
Thanks … and … for confirming the sp. id.
Fruits of Crotalaria evolvuloides is attached herewith.
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Simply superb !!
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Flowers appear to be pale yellow. If this flowering is in December then it should be Crotalaria labunifolia. Confirmation required.
The images are of Crotalaria prostrata.
image -0208 clearly shows stipules therefore this this is unlikely to be C. prostrata.
efi page on Crotalaria prostrata & Crotalaria laburnifolia
The specimen looks like Crotalaria humifusa.
Thank you very much … Could it be C. evolvuloides? Not sure about C. humifusa.
I think you are right, … It matches with images at Crotalaria evolvuloides
All photographs belongs to Crotalaria evolvuloides
worked out, taken from kerala, Munnar to periyar road.
Is it Crotalaria evolvuloides or Crotalaria prostrata ?
Does not seem to match with images of Crotalaria prostrata
It looks more like Crotalaria evolvuloides to me.
efloraindia: 121011 BRS59:
Place, Altitude, GPS- Munnar (Kerala) 1800 msl.
Habitat- Urban (along the road side)
Plant Habit- Climber/ Herb-
This is Crotalaria species. More views of leaves and fruits (if possible no. of seeds) will help to id it. It may be C. evolvuloides (?)
Perhaps fruits will help as Crotalaria evolvuloides has hairy fruits.
Yes, Crotalaria evolvuloides Benth.