@ Yeoor, nov 02, 2014.
Plant for id CG22 : 7 posts by 4 authors.
Please guide in identification of this species. Pictures were taken on 20 th November, 2009 in Raipur region.
… looks to me like a species of Crotalaria.
it can be either Crotalaria evolvuloides (if pods hirsute) or C. prostrata (in case of glabrous pods). Needs confirmation!
Thanks … Original pictures are of plus 4 MB. I checked it, pods are glabrous.
Fabaceae (Faboideae) Fortnight :: Crotalaria for id :: Morni :: NS OCT 23/23 : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (5)
Pls. give some information on habit, stipules etc… & date pls
efi page on Crotalaria prostrata with 6 images from …
Crotalaria prostrata to me.
Thank you very much … for taking care. I agree with …, details are lacking, I will come back when I have something better to share….!!
Crotalaria hirta as per feedback another thread: Fabaceae (Faboideae) Fortnight :: Crotalaria calycina ?:: Morni Hills :: NS OCT 20/20
I think this will be Crotalaria ferruginea as per images and keys herein.
On further consideration, it is Crotalaria prostrata only as per POWO specimen- one
We are a biodiversity farming and wild edible plant food value chain development start-up at Midnapore (West Bengal)
Please help me to identify this species
Location : Bhadutala forest (Paschim Medinipur, West Bengal)
Date : 26 Nov , 2021
Habitat : wild
Check for Crotalaria species.
Location: Dailekh, West Nepal
Altitude: 1207 m.
Date: 13 August 2021
Habit : Wild