Fagopyrum dibotrys (D. Don) H. Hara, Fl. E. Himalaya 1:69. 1966 (Syn: (=) Fagopyrum acutatum (Lehm.) Mansf. ex K. Hammer; (=) Fagopyrum cymosum (Trevir.) Meisn.; (=) Polygonum acutatum Lehm.; (=) Polygonum cymosum Trevir.; (≡) Polygonum dibotrys D. Don (basionym)) as per GRIN;
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Fagopyrum acutatum (Lehm.) Mansf. ex K.Hammer, Verz. Landwirtsch. Gartn. Kulturpfl. ed. 2, 1: 121 1986. (Syn: Coccoloba cymosa Lour.; Fagopyrum chinense Raf.; Fagopyrum cymosum (Trevir.) Meisn.; Fagopyrum dibotrys (D.Don) H.Hara; Fagopyrum megaspartanium Q.F.Chen; Fagopyrum pilus Q.F.Chen; Fagopyrum triangulare Meisn. ex Wall.; Fagopyrum tristachyum (H.Lév.) Gross; Helxine acutata Kuntze (Unresolved); Oxygonum tristachyum (Baker) H. Perrier; Polygonum acutatum Lehm.; Polygonum cymosum Trevir.; Polygonum dibotrys D.Don; Polygonum labordei H. Lév. & Vaniot; Polygonum rugosum Buch.-Ham. ex Endl. (Unresolved); Polygonum triangulare Wall. (Unresolved); Polygonum tristachyum H. Lév.; Polygonum volubile Turcz.; Polygonum volubile Gilib.; Polygonum volubile Turcz.) as per The Plant List Ver.1.1 ;

fag-oh-PY-rum — Greek: fagus (beech) and pyros (wheat); referring to the beechnut like fruit of buckwheat … Dave’s Botanary
sy-MOH-sum — furnished with cymes (flower clusters) … Dave’s Botanary 

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commonly known asgolden buckwheatperennial buckwheattall buckwheat • Hindiबन ओगल ban ogal • Khasijarain • Nepaliबन फापर ban phappar 
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Perennial herb up to 1 m tall, branched; lower leaves long petioled, upper on successively smaller petioles, leaves triangular with hastate to cordate base; ochrea 8-15 mm long; flowers white, in branched panicles, branches ecurved; nuts 3-angled, 6-8 mm long, angles acute.
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Can grow up to height of 5 feet (as reported by …) and white flowers, and narrow infl. branches, it should be Fagopyrum dibotrys (D. Don) Hara (syn: F. cymosum (Trev) Meisn.). F. esculentum is a much smaller plant, cultivated in fields, mostly at higher altitides, has pinkish tinge in flowers. In F. esculentum the ochrea is hardly 2-4 mm long whereas it is 8-12 mm long in F. dibotrys.
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Flora of Chakrata: Fagopyrum esculentum from Chakrata Tiger Fall road: Fagopyrum esculentum  from Chakrata Tiger Fall road
pls validate


Rather F. dibotrys (syn: F. cymosum)


Thanks Sir for correction. It is indeed Fagopyrum dibotrys


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Kalatope id al210711a: A plant which I think is also used locally as a vegetable

Location Kalatope, H.P.
Altitude 2100 mts
Habit herb
Habitat wild
Plant height can grow up to 5 feet


I think fagopyrum esculentum (Buckwheat)


Since the plant is wild, can grow up to height of 5 feet (as reported by …) and white flowers, and narrow infl. branches, it should be Fagopyrum dibotrys (D. Don) Hara (syn: F. cymosum (Trev) Meisn.), common in the Himalayas.
It is used as a vegetable.
F. esculentum is a much smaller plant, cultivated in fields, mostly at higher altitides, has pinkish tinge in flowers.

… may focus on ochrea (a tube like structure at the point from where leaf departs from stem). In F. esculentum the ochrea is hardly 2-4 mm long whereas it is 8-12 mm long in F. dibotrys.


Buckwheat seeds make an excellent gluten free flour, whole seeds boiled are a good main course as a salad…

good for people with gluten hypersensitivity…

… is absolutely right this is Fagopyrum dibotrys .. I have F. esculentum also from Pangi matching the description given by …


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VoF Week :: Fagopyrum dibotrys at Govind Ghat – Ghangaria & along NH58 near Tangani:  Fagopyrum dibotrys … (family: Polygonaceae)

1 AUG 12
Govind Ghat – Ghangaria trail about 6300 ft


My thanks to eFI for making my task easier !


Yes … Another common Himalayan plant.


Was it wild or cultivated. In our area Fagopyrum sps. are cultivated by people in higher reaches.


These were growing alongside the trail. It could be escapes – not sure of facts.



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VOF Week: Fagopyrum dibotrys from the trek…:   This one is Fagopyrum dibotrys, captured from Ghanghariya-Gobind Ghat
Trek on August 16, 2012.. hope I am right…


Yes …



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VOF Week 270812_DS_04: Again these shots were taken on the way to Ghangharia on 14 August ’12 – not far from start point of Govindghat.
Very attractive one – please identify.


Fagopyrum dibotrys (syn. of Fagopyrum acutatum … family: Polygonaceae)


Yes Buckwheat


 


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VoF Week: Fagopyrum dibotrys from way to Ghangriya:

Fagopyrum dibotrys from way to Ghangriya
Called as buckwheat


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Fagopyrum dibotrys (Family: Polygonaceae) along “Govindghat-Ghangaria trail”.
Date/Time: 07-08-2012 / 10:20AM.

 


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VOF Week: Fagopyrum dibotrys from the trek…: This one is Fagopyrum dibotrys, captured from Ghanghariya-Gobind Ghat
Trek on August 16, 2012..hope I am right…


Yes …



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VoF Week: Fagopyrum dibotrys from way to Ghangriya:

Fagopyrum dibotrys from way to Ghangriya

Called as buckwheat


Yes a Polygonaceae member


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ID : Polygonum sp. from Shillong:  Are attached images Polygonum Sp. ? Please confirm the ID.
Location : Shillong
Time of Collection 19/10/2012
Habit : Herb
Flower : White


I hope Fagopyrum dibotrys


I think Fagopyrum dibotrys (Polygonaceae)



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Fagopyrum dibotrys, photographed from Chakrata in September and Ukhimath in May in Uttarakhand


Very beautiful close up! Fagopyrum acutatum (Lehm.) Mansf. ex K.Hammer as per The Plant List.


Thanks, ….
The Plant List Ver.1.1  record is based on the following:
“The record derives from WCSP (in review) (data supplied on 2012-03-23) “ 
While all other sources accept Fagopyrum dibotrys (efi page)

In view it better that we continue to follow Fagopyrum dibotrys (D. Don) H. Hara till issue is resolved in WCSP or some new things come to light.



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Polygonaceae Fortnight: Fagopyrum dibotrys from Manali-GSMAY02 : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (3).

Fagopyrum dibotrys (D. Don) H. Hara, Fl. E. Himal. 69. 1966

syn: Fagopyrum cymosum (Trev.) Meisn.
Perennial herb up to 1 m tall, branched; lower leaves long petioled, upper on successively smaller petioles, leaves triangular with hastate to cordate base; ochrea 8-15 mm long; flowers white, in branched panicles, branches ecurved; nuts 3-angled, 6-8 mm long, angles acute.

Photgraphed from Manali in October


Fagopyrum acutatum (Lehm.) Mansf. ex K.Hammer as per The Plant List.


Thanks, …

The Plant List Ver.1.1  record is based on the following:
“The record derives from WCSP (in review) (data supplied on 2012-03-23) “ 
While all other sources accept Fagopyrum dibotrys (efi page)

In view it better that we continue to follow Fagopyrum dibotrys (D. Don) H. Hara till issue is resolved in WCSP or some new things come to light.



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Attached images are Fagopyrum acutatum (Lehm.) Mansf. ex K.Hammer [Syn – Fagopyrum dibotrys (D.Don) H.Hara] from Barapani, Meghalaya.  


Thanks … for updating the latest name.


Thanks, ….
The Plant List Ver.1.1  record is based on the following:
“The record derives from WCSP (in review) (data supplied on 2012-03-23) “ 
While all other sources accept Fagopyrum dibotrys (efi page)

In view it better that we continue to follow Fagopyrum dibotrys (D. Don) H. Hara till issue is resolved in WCSP or some new things come to light.



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Please validate if the pics belong to Fagopyrum acutatum..

recorded from way to Valley of Flowers, Uttrakhand


I think the ID is correct! Thanks for sharing!



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Polygonaceae Fortnight- Fagopyrum acutatum?? from Gori valley :: NS May 04 : 5 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (6).

This one was shot from Gori valley area.. can this be again Fagopyrum acutatum ??


I think yes! You are right Sir!


Excellent photographs …



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Polygonaceae fortnight : Fagopyrum esculentum : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2).

Fagopyrum esculentum from Chopta


It looks like Fagopyrum dibotrys only. Please check the differences with this link:

http://www.efloras.org/object_page.aspx?object_id=44793&flora_id=5


My apologies for wrong name ..yeah it is Fagopyrum dibotrys

Thanks … for correcting me



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Fagopyrum dibotrys  (Family: Polygonaceaealong “Govindghat-Ghangaria trail”.
Date/Time: 07-08-2012 / 10:20AM.


Yes now known as F. acutatum

Nice photographs …



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Polygonaceae Fortnight: Fagopyrum dibotrys at Manali -PKA13: : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (4).
Came across this Polygonaceae sp at the out skirts of Manali.
Date/Time: 25-09-2010 / 05:15PM
Location:   Manali, H.P.

Habitat: Wild
Plant habit: herb
Bot. name: Fagopyrum dibotrys.

Yes Fagopyrum acutatum (syn: F. dibotrys)



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Polygonacae Fortnight: Fagopyrum dibotrys from Kashmir-GSMAY03 : 8 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (3).

Fagopyrum dibotrys photographed from Dachhgam in Kashmir


Good close-up..


Nice one! Currently known as Fagopyrum acutatum (Lehm.) Mansf. ex K.Hammer


Thanks, …. The Plant List Ver.1.1  record is based on the following:

“The record derives from WCSP (in review) (data supplied on 2012-03-23) “ 
While all other sources accept Fagopyrum dibotrys (efi page)

In view it better that we continue to follow Fagopyrum dibotrys (D. Don) H. Hara till issue is resolved in WCSP or some new things come to light.


I think it is advisable to follow F. acutatum as correct name as it is accepted in both 2010 1.1 and 2012 ver. 2 of the Plant List

Flora of China listing is 2003, the GRIN record was updated in 2005.
GBIF online database mentions 

this may be the correct name for this species, as its basionym, Polygonum acutatum Lehm., if it applies furnishes the oldest available epithet


Thanks, …,
GRIN page on Fagopyrum acutatum (Lehm.) Mansf. ex K. Hammer has been updated in 2011.
(with Comment: this may be the correct name for this species, as its basionym, Polygonum acutatum Lehm., if it applies furnishes the oldest available epithet).
Thus issue has been examined by GRIN in 2011, but still they are not sure.
The Plant List Ver.1.1  record is based on the following:
“The record derives from WCSP (in review) (data supplied on 2012-03-23) “

In view it better that we continue to follow Fagopyrum dibotrys (D. Don) H. Hara till issue is resolved in WCSP (after their review is complete) or some new things come to light.


Thanks …



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This species of Fagopyrum was also recorded from Gori valley area.. leaves are clearly distinct here..

hope to get specific id..


I think F. acutatum only.


Thanks for your views Sir, the peculiar shape of leaves made me doubt the id..


In my opinion, this can be Fagopyrum esculentum..


Agree with … ID.



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Wanted to confirm the id of this one, shot from Shimla..

My view is Fagopyrum acutatum


Yes..I think your ID is correct!



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Perennial Buckwheat : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1).

This weed like plant is growing on a mountain slope next to a tarred road. It’s in flower now. I think it’s buckwheat but would be grateful for confirmation.
Perennial Buckwheat (Fagopyrum dibotrys)– Please confirm
Above Mcleodganj, Dharamshala, HP
01 October 2014

1800m approx.


Yes this should be F. dibotrys


It’s very kind of you. Thank you as always …



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Fagopyrum dibotrys — en route Shilt – GHNP105 – Nov- PKA12 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (4)

Large Herb seen en-route Shilt at GHNP.
Bot. name: Fagopyrum dibotrys
Family: Polygonaceae
Common name: Perennial Buckwheat



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HP, Oct 2014 :: Requesting ID – Small plant :: ARKDEC-23 : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (5)

Requesting to please provide ID of this small plant captured near Manali, HP in October 2014.


Please Check for Fagopyrum sp. (Polygonaceae)…


Appearing as Fagopyrum dibotrys.



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Fagopyrum acutatum (Lehm.) Mansf. ex K. Hammer (accepted name) : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (4)

Sharing some pictures of Fagopyrum acutatum (Lehm.) Mansf. ex K. Hammer (accepted name) syn: Fagopyrum dibotrys (D. Don) Hara (synonym)
shot at Okharpauwa, Nepal on 13 July 2013 at 5200 ft.

Nepali Name: वन फापर Van Phaapar/ फापर घाँस Phaapar Ghaas


Good of you to draw our attention to the up-dated name of Fagopyrum acutatum to what I was still calling F.dibotrys just weeks ago regarding photos posted in Himachal Pradesh. Stewart (1972) knew the plant as F.cymosum. So one must wonder what name it will be by the time the next flora of the region is published!

The ‘Enumeration’ gives an altitudinal range of 1500-3400m. ‘Flora of Kathmandu Valley’ only had a record from Bagmati river bank @ 1250m.



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via Species‎ > ‎F‎ > Fagopyrum cymosum (Trevir.) Meisn. … family: Polygonaceae

Flowers of India Discussions at efloraofindia more views in flickr more views on Google Earth
fag-oh-PY-rum — Greek: fagus (beech) and pyros (wheat); referring to the beechnut like fruit of buckwheat … Dave’s Botanary
sy-MOH-sum — furnished with cymes (flower clusters) … Dave’s Botanary
commonly known asgolden buckwheatperennial buckwheattall buckwheat • Hindiबन ओगल ban ogal • Nepaliबन फापर ban phappar
botanical namesFagopyrum cymosum (Trevir.) Meisn. … synonymsFagopyrum acutatum Mansf. ex K. Hammer • Fagopyrum dibotrys (D. Don) H. Hara • Fagopyrum megaspartanium Q. F. Chen • Fagopyrum pilus Q. F. Chen • Polygonum acutatum Lehm. • Polygonum cymosum Trevir. • Polygonum dibotrys D. Don … NPGS / GRIN
August 1, 2012 … Govind Ghat – Ghangaria trail



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Fagopyrum acutatum (Lehm.) Mansf. ex K.Hammer : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (6)

Location:  Charikot, Nepal
Date: 5 September 2017
Elevation : 6500 ft.
Syn: Fagopyrum dibotrys (D.Don) H.Hara
Nepali Names : बन फापर  Ban Phapar /  बनभंडे Banabhande / बरबंडे Barabande  / सलसले Salasale / भंडे Bhande  / फापर घाँस F

Phapar Ghans


 


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Saw these en route Ghangaria from Govindghat, Uttarakhand in Aug 2018. Seen aplenty
Kindly validate.

Yes …


fagopyrum sp, yes




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Polygonaceae Fortnight- Aconogonum sp. from VOF:: NS May 16 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3).
This was recorded from Gobind Ghat area, perhaps an Aconogonum sp…
I wish these poor pics get identified..


Fagopyrum tataricum (L.) Gaertn.  ????


Thanks, … I think more close to Fagopyrum dibotrys as per images and details herein and as per keys in Flora of Pakistan


Initially I thought the same but I found seeding close to it. Anyway, ID validated after  7 years.



References:
GRIN  The Plant List Ver.1.1   Flora of China (Fagopyrum dibotrys (D. Don) H. Hara) Flora of Pakistan (Fagopyrum dibotrys (D. Don) H. Hara)  Annotated checklist of Flowering plants of Nepal (Fagopyrum dibotrys (D. Don) H. Hara)  Flowers of India  India Biodiversity Portal  PFAF  Illustration: Fagopyrum dibotrys  Illustration: Fagopyrum dibotrys

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