Dysphania ambrosioides (L.) Mosyakin & Clemants, Ukrayins’k. Bot. Zhurn. 59: 382 2002. (Syn: Ambrina ambrosioides (L.) Spach .; Ambrina anthelmintica (L.) Spach; Ambrina incisa Moq.; Ambrina parvula Phil.; Ambrina spathulata Moq.; Atriplex ambrosioides (L.) Crantz; Atriplex anthelmintica (L.) Crantz; Blitum ambrosioides (L.) Beck; Botrys ambrosioides (L.) Nieuwl.; Botrys anthelmintica (L.) Nieuwl.; Chenopodium album subsp. ambrosioides (L.) H.J.Coste & A.Reyn.; Chenopodium amboanum (Murr) Aellen; Chenopodium ambrosioides L. ……………………..; Chenopodium angustifolium Pav. ex Moq.; Chenopodium anthelminticum L. …; Chenopodium citriodorum Steud.; Chenopodium cuneifolium Vent. ex Moq.; Chenopodium integrifolium Vorosch. …; Chenopodium querciforme Murr .; Chenopodium sancta-maria Vell.; Chenopodium santamaria Vell.; Chenopodium spathulatum (Moq.) Sieber ex Moq. ..; Chenopodium suffruticosum Willd. .; Chenopodium vagans Standl.; Chenopodium variegatum Gouan; Dysphania anthelmintica (L.) Mosyakin & Clemants; Orthosporum ambrosioides (L.) Kostel.; Orthosporum anthelminticum Kostel. (Unresolved); Orthosporum suffruticosum Kostel.; Roubieva anthelmintica (L.) Hook. & Arn.; Teloxys ambrosioides (L.) W.A. Weber; Teloxys vagans (Standl.) W.A. Weber; Vulvaria ambrosioides (L.) Bubani);
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Images by Surajit Koley (Validated by Nidhan Singh) & Gurcharan Singh, D S Rawat, Vijayasankar Raman, Nidhan Singh & Ashwini Bhatia (id by D S Rawat) (Inserted by J.M.Garg)

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— from the Greek word dysphanis (dark or obscure) … Dave’s Botanary
am-bro-zhee-OH-id-eez — resembling AmbrosiaDave’s Botanary
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commonly known as: American wormseed, Jerusalem-tea, Mexican-tea, Spanish-tea, wormseedDogri: जंगली बाथु jungli baathu, जंगली ¿ जाविंड ? jungli javindHindi: सुगंध वास्तूक sugandha vastukaKannada: ಕಾಡುಓಮ kaadu oma, ಗುಡ್ಡೆಓಮ gudde oma, ಹುಳಿಓಮ huli omaKonkani: ಕಾಡುವೋಂವೊ kaaduvonvoMalayalam: ഈച്ചേക്കൊല്ലി eechchekkolli, കാട്ടയമോദകം kattayamodakam, മണ്ണെണ്ണച്ചെടി mannennachcheti, നാറ്റച്ചെടി naatachchetiManipuri: মোনশাওবী মানবী monshaobi manbiMarathi: चंदनबटवा chandanbatvaMizo: buarchhimtirTulu: ಕಾಡುಓಮೊ kaadu omo
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Native to: tropical America; widely naturalized
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Bad smelling much-branched annual or short-lived perennial herb, up to 1.5 m tall, covered with stalked glandular hairs, pale green in appearance, striate; leaves oblong-ovate to lanceolate, up to 12 cm long, sinnuate-dentate, subglabrous on upper surface, glandular hairy beneath, upper smaller and subentire; flower green or reddish in open clusters, forming spikes or panicles, clusters often subtended by leafy bracts; perianth usually 5-lobed, sometimes 3; stamens5; stigmas 3-5, spreading; Utricle enclosed in perianth.
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Chenopodiaceae and Amaranthaceae Week: BS17: Chenopodium ambrosoides from Panipat Haryana: Chenopodium ambrosoides from Panipat Haryana


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Chenopodiaceae and Amaranthaceae Week :: DV21 :: 25 AUG 10 07:28:57 :: Dysphania ambrosioides along Pasarani Ghat:  Dysphania ambrosioides (L.) Mosyakin & Clemants

… also known by its basionym Chenopodium ambrosioides L.
… also placed in family Dysphaniaceae
dis-FAY-nee-a — from the Greek word dysphanis (dark or obscure)Dave’s Botanary
am-bro-zhee-OH-id-eez — resembling AmbrosiaDave’s Botanary
commonly known as: American wormseed, Jerusalem-tea, Mexican-tea, Spanish-tea, wormseed • Dogri: जंगली बाथु jungli baathu, जंगली ¿ जाविंड ? jungli javind • Hindi: सुगंध वास्तूक sugandha vastuka • Kannada: ಕಾಡಓಮ kadaoma • Manipuri: মোনশাওবী মানবী monshaobi manbi • Marathi: चंदनबटवा chandanbatva • Mizo: buarchhimtir
Native to: tropical America; widely naturalized
References: Flowers of IndiaFlora of ChinaWikipediaNPGS / GRINENVIS – FRLHT 

along Pasarani Ghat near Panchagani on 25 AUG 10



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Names of Plants in India :: Dysphania ambrosioides (L.) Mosyakin & Clemants:  via Species‎ > ‎D‎ > Dysphania ambrosioides (L.) Mosyakin & Clemants … family: Chenopodiaceae, also placed in Amaranthaceae, Dysphaniaceae
Flowers of India Discussions at efloraofindia more views in flickr more views on Google Earth
dis-FAY-nee-a — from the Greek word dysphanis (dark or obscure) … Dave’s Botanary
am-bro-zhee-OH-id-eez — resembling AmbrosiaDave’s Botanary
commonly known as: American wormseed, Jerusalem-tea, Mexican-tea, Spanish-tea, wormseedDogri: जंगली बाथु jungli baathu, जंगली ¿ जाविंड ? jungli javindHindi: सुगंध वास्तूक sugandha vastukaKannada: ಕಾಡಓಮ kadaomaManipuri: মোনশাওবী মানবী monshaobi manbiMarathi: चंदनबटवा chandanbatvaMizo: buarchhimtir
botanical names: Dysphania ambrosioides (L.) Mosyakin & Clemants … synonym: Chenopodium ambrosioides L. (basionym) … NPGS / GRIN
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Photographed along Pasarani Ghat near Panchagani on 25 JUN 10

Update:
Kannada: ಕಾಡುಓಮ kaadu oma, ಗುಡ್ಡೆಓಮ gudde oma, ಹುಳಿಓಮ huli oma
Konkani: ಕಾಡುವೋಂವೊ kaaduvonvo
Malayalam: ഈച്ചേക്കൊല്ലി eechchekkolli, കാട്ടയമോദകം kattayamodakam, മണ്ണെണ്ണച്ചെടി mannennachcheti, നാറ്റച്ചെടി naatachcheti
Tulu: ಕಾಡುಓಮೊ kaadu omo



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Chenopodiaceae and Amaranthaceae Week: Dysphania ambrosioides (L.) Mosyakin & Clemants from Delhi, Mandi, Ramban and Kashmir…GS-22: Dysphania ambrosioides (L.) Mosyakin & Clemants, Ukrayins’k. Bot. Zhurn. new ser., 59:382. 2002
Syn: Chenopodium ambrosioides L.
Common names: Wormseed; Spanish-tea, Mexican-tea; Jerusalem-tea; American wormseed
Bad smelling much-branched annual or short-lived perennial herb, up to 1.5 m tall, covered with stalked glandular hairs, pale green in appearance, striate; leaves oblong-ovate to lanceolate, up to 12 cm long, sinnuate-dentate, subglabrous on upper surface, glandular hairy beneath, upper smaller and subentire; flower green or reddish in open clusters, forming spikes or panicles, clusters often subtended by leafy bracts; perianth usually 5-lobed, sometimes 3; stamens5; stigmas 3-5, spreading; Utricle enclosed in perianth.

Common in wastelands. Photographed from Delhi, Mandi (Himachal Pradesh), Ramban (J & K) and Kashmir


Nice Set of Pics Sir. This is common weed in our area (Panipat)



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[1032013] AP1-Plant for id from Ambala Cantt Haryana: (mixed thread): 9 correct images as above.


It may be Chenopodium ambrosioides.To me also this looked like C. ambrosoides, you can do little efforts to confirm, try to locate the plant, smell the foliage, if this gives a sharp smell, it is confirmed..


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Hooghly Today : Chenopodium ambrosioides L. ??? :  11 images. 3 posts by 2 authors. Found this 3 ft. herb on roadside, at Balarambati, Hooghly.


Of course this is Chenpodium ambrosoides, the latest name being Dysphania ambrosoides.. nice detailed pics..



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Urticaceae? ABJUL01/43 : 12 posts by 3 authors. 7 images.

Finally this plant which I think could belong to Urticaceae looking at the very tiny flowers and sessile buds. The leaves were very different from any of the nettles I have seen, so it may be a completely different family. Please advise.

Mcleodganj, Dharamshala, HP
1750m

30 July 2016.


Very interesting details & nice capture!!!


This could be a species of Ammannia (Ammannia baccifera). The plant seems to have been infected.


Thanks, …, for the possible Id. Appears like images at Ammannia baccifera, but I am not too sure.


Is it strongly aromatic herb? If so there are possibilities of Dysphania ambrosioides (Chenopodiaceae).


Thank you once again … I am afraid I do not remember checking it for aroma but I can go and find the plant soon and report back. Your ID looks tantalisingly close.


You were spot on …. It is a very strong smelling herb.

I cannot place the smell, something between a balm and kerosene, but not altogether unpleasant. Do you think I can brew a tea with the leaves?



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ID request-19012014-PKA1 : Attachments (6).  5 posts by 3 authors.

Seen this small herb en-route Mahabaleshwar near a water stream..
Date/Time: 28-12-2013 / 10:40AM
Habitat:Wild.


Please check for Pouzolzia zeylanica.


efi page on Pouzolzia zeylanica


Pouzolzia for sure, but looks too much branched for P. zeylanica.


I think it should be Dysphania ambrosioides (Chenopodiaceae).



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Chenopodiaceae and Amaranthaceae Week: RVS-8: Dysphania ambrosioides: This strong-smelling common weed, Dysphania ambrosioides (= Chenopodium ambrosioides), was photographed at Sirumalai Hills, TN.


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AMARANTHACEAE-CHENOPODIACEAE week DSR..006. Chenopodium ambrosioides: Chenopodium ambrosioides (now known as D.ambrosioides) is a weedy species found up to 1500m altitude in Uttarakhand.

Reaching up to a height of 1m it is a strongly aromatic herb and also considered as invasive alien species from Tropical America. Also known as “American Wormseed”, “Mexican Tea” and “Epazote herb”.


Yes … Very good photograph



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Chenopodiaceae and Amaranthaceae Week: NS 003: Chenopodium ambrosioides : This aromatic species of Chenopodium was shot from PanipatDysphania ambrosioides (L.) Mosyakin & Clemants (Syn. Chenopodium ambrosioides L.)..


Yes … One of the most badly smelling plants under Chenopodium.


Chenopodiaceae and Amaranthaceae Week :: DV20 :: QUERY :: Chenopodium ambrosioides citations:

At ENVIS / FRLHT, we have Chenopodium ambrosioides Bert. ex Steud.
At NPGS / GRIN, we have Chenopodium ambrosioides L. synonym of Dysphania ambrosioides (L.) Mosyakin & Clemants
Naively hoping that the two Chenopodium ambrosioides are related as synonyms … ELSE getting names for Dysphania ambrosioides in languages of India is going to get difficult !

Please throw some light – whether these are synonyms.


If the two Chenopodium ambrosioides are NOT related as synonyms … there may be some error somewhere … English names listed for Chenopodium ambrosioides Bert. ex Steud. at ENVIS / FRLHT .. are ditto that of Dysphania ambrosioides (L.) Mosyakin & Clemants at Wikipedia and elsewhere.


OK … I will go with common names listed for Chenopodium ambrosioides Bert. ex Steud.

These names would be compiled for Chenopodium ambrosioides L. synonym of Dysphania ambrosioides (L.) Mosyakin & Clemants

Will wait for any valid reasoning.


 


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need to identify this plant : 7 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)
This is a non-invasive, annual weed in Dhanotu Village (altitude: 770m, near Dharamsala, Kangra, HP). The leaves emit a really strong, unpleasent odor when crushed.

Any other images?


Yes, I have attached them.


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This is it! Thank you so much …



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Wild Herb for ID : Bangalore : 17SEP20 : AK-21 : 7 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2)

A small herb seen growing wild today (17.9.20) morning in Bangalore.


Chenipodiaceae member, Dysphania ambrosioides,


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Dysphania ambrosioides (L.) Mosyakin & Clemants
8 very high resolution images.

Location: Chandragiri
Date: November 2020
Altitude: 2400m.
Habitat : Wild 
Syn : Chenopodium ambrosioides L.
Nepali Names : रातो बेथे  Raato Brthe / रातो लट्टे Raato Latte /  पसारे बेथे Pasaare Bethe

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