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Fabaceae-Faboideae (Papilionaceae) Week : Shrubs/Herbs : Crotalaria for ID 13/11/2011 SMP7: A smaller shrub than the one uploaded before.
Vetal Tekdi Pune 3-4 feet.
Levaes simple alternate linear lanceolate..Apex acute; hirsute.
Petiole 3-4mm Subsessile.
Flowers in terminal and axillary racemes.Flower 1.5 cmBracts and bracteoles present.Sepals 5 hairy 2 above 3 below.
Pods shorter cyllindrical.


This should be Crotalaria mysorensis.
http://www.weatheredwind.org/notes/?p=496


This could be Crotalaria mysorensis.


Thanks a lot … and … for the ID.


 

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Could this be Crotalaria mysorensis ??
Location: Satara.


efi page on Crotalaria mysorensis with images 


I think so, too.


Crotalaria mysorensis Roth


Family: Fabaceae
Date: 1st November 2015
Place: Turahalli, Bangalore, Karnataka

Habit: Tall herb
Habitat: Scrub Forest

I think matches with images at Crotalaria mysorensis


… confirmed this one to be Crotalaria mysorensis Roth in a private mail.


Crotalaria mysorensis Roth


  
References:
Flowers of India

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