Euphorbia concanensis Janarth. & S.R.Yadav, Rheedea 5: 148 1995. (Syn: Chamaesyce concanensis (Janarth. & S.R.Yadav) V.S.Raju);
yoo-FOR-bee-uh — named for Euphorbus, Greek physician to Juba II, King of Mauretania
¿ kohn-CAN-en-sis ? — of or from Konkan (coast of Maharashtra, India)
commonly known as: Konkan spurge • Marathi: कोकण दुधी kokan dudhi
Endemic to: Western Ghats (of Maharashtra, India)
I collected it from Goa also. Vengaluru is a nearby place.
The fruit character is unique in this species which is visible in your photo.
Euphorbiaceae fortnight ::Euphorbia concanensis at Kudal:: PKA18: : : Attachments (7). 4 posts by 3 authors.
Seen this small herb in the grass land near Kudal.
Very beautiful plant
Yes, this is Euphorbia concanensis M.K.Janarth. & S.R.Yadav, so far known to be endemic to Maharastra.
Was this seen in Maharashtra ?
Yes …, this was seen in Maharashtra.
Euphorbiaceae Fortnight: Euphorbia from Pune for ID : Attachments (1). 3 posts by 2 authors.
Please ID this small herb from Pune.
I cannot fit this into any Indian species other than Euphorbia elegans Spreng.
I think this will be Euphorbia concanensis Janarth. & S.R.Yadav as per images and details herein.
Yes … !
I think this is Euphorbia concanensis M.K. Janarth. & S.R. Yadav, endemic to Sindhudurg Dist. of Maharashtra. Fruits are important for confirmation.
Euphorbia sp?? 270111-PKA1: Small Herb.
Date/Time: 18-01-2011 / 01:15PM
Location: Near Karikale Village (North Karnataka)
Plant Habit: Herb
Could this be Euphorbia concanensis?
One of the varieties of E.mili?
Yes, appears to be Euphorbia concanensis Janarth. & S.R.Yadav as per images and details herein.
This appears to be Euphorbia concanensis M.K.Janarth. & S.R. Yadav