Flemingia strobilifera (L.) W.T.Aiton (syn. Flemingia bracteata (Roxb.) Wight; Flemingia fruticulosa Benth.; Flemingia strobilifera var. bracteata (Roxb.) Baker; Flemingia strobilifera var. fruticulosa (Benth.) Baker; Hedysarum bracteatum Roxb.; Hedysarum strobiliferum L.; Moghania bracteata (Roxb.) H.L.Li; Moghania fruticulosa (Benth.) Mukerjee; Moghania strobilifera (L.) J.St.-Hil.; Moghania strobilifera (L.) Kuntze; Moghania strobilifera (L.) Jacks.; Zornia strobilifera (L.) Pers.;                                          (=) Flemingia fruticulosa Wall. ex Benth.);
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flem-MING-ee-uh — named for John Fleming, surgeon, Indian Medical ServiceDave’s Botanary
stroh-bil-IF-fer-a — Greek: strobil (cone), fera (bearing) Dave’s Botanary
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commonly known as: luck plant, wild hopsAssamese: মাখিয়তি makhiyatiGujarati: પોપટ્યો poptyoHindi: कानफूटा kanphutaKannada: ¿ ಕುಮಲು ? kumalu, ನರಿ ಬಾಲದ ಹೊನ್ನೆ nari baalada honneMalayalam: കനലം kanalam, കുമാൻചെടി kumaanchedi, കുമലു kumalu, പോന്തോരില ponthorila, തേരി theriMarathi: बंदर bundar, कानफुटी kanphuti, क्लिप्ती kliptiNepali: भटमासे bhatmase, भटवासी bhatwasiTelugu: నల్ల ¿ బద్దు ? nalla baddu
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Native of: China, Indian subcontinent, Indo-China, Malesia
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ID of Large Shrub – 171210-RK: Please identify this shrub with bracts.
Date/Time – 12-12-10/9.30am
Location – Lalbagh, Bangalore.
Habitay – Botanical Garden.
Plant habit –Large Shrub.
Ht – 7/8′.


-Yes Flemingia, in Jharkhand they call is GALPHULLI, meaning SWOLLEN CHEEKS!!


-Yes , this should be Flemingia strobilifera (L.) R.Br.ex Ait. as per ref. from Dr Almeida’s flora. Other common names besides kanphuti are Clipti, Bunder.


– It will be great to see the flowers inside these bracts !


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identification no100211sn3: A bush like plant flowering
date/time:jan11
location:mulshi,pune
plant habitat:wild
height:not more than 3 ft.at present
leaves:red coloured leaves can be seen


– Looks like Flemingia to me. Most likely F. strobilifera.


Flemingia strobilifera is a good choice



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please id this shrub: it is shrub collected today 


– Recently i heard this plant is used to produce dye…. its a common weed in konkan



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Shrub ( around 1 to 2 metres high).
Botanical name: Flemingia Strobilifera
Local name (Marathi) : Kanphuti
Family: Fabaceae
location: On the way to Chakdeo, (Mahabaleshwar-Khed region), Maharashtra
Habitat: Wild

Nice photos of a common plant of Western ghats. Nicely seen reticulate venation on the bracts. I think they are bracts isn’t it?


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Shrub ( around 1 to 2 metres high).
Botanical name: Flemingia Strobilifera
Local name (Marathi) : Kanphuti
Family: Fabaceae

location: On the way to Chakdeo, (Mahabaleshwar-Khed region), Maharashtra
Habitat: Wild


nice. i have seen these pods used in some flower arrangements, look very innovative when someone uses them. was this wild? or planted?


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Flemingia strobilifera (L.) W.T.Aiton
flem-MING-ee-uh — named for John Fleming, surgeon, Indian Medical Service
stroh-bil-IF-fer-a — from the Greek strobil (cone-like shape)
Feb 12, 2011 … at Karnala Bird Sanctuary, Maharashtra
commonly known as: luck plant, wild hops • Assamese: makhioti • Gujarati: kasraut • Hindi: clipti, कानफूटा kanphuta • Kannada: kumalu • Malayalam: kumalu, kumbilteri • Marathi: कानफुटी kanphuti, nundar • Telugu: నల్లబద్దు nallabaddu
Native of: China, Indian subcontinent, Indo-China, Malesia
some views: Feb 12, 2011 … at Karnala Bird Sanctuary, Maharashtra
between Feb 7 & 21, 2010 … at Yeoor Hills (part of Sanjay Gandhi National Park)
Jan 10, 2009 … at Tungareshwar Wildlife Sanctuary, Maharashtra
Dec 15, 2008 … at Tungareshwar Wildlife Sanctuary, Maharashtra

Feb 2, 2008 … at Tungareshwar Wildlife Sanctuary, Maharashtra


This is the only Flemingia which is unifoliolate. All other species in Maharashtra are trifoliolate.



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Flemingia strobilifera (L.) W.T.Aiton
at Tungareshwar Wildlife Sanctuary on December 15, 2008 
at Tungareshwar Wildlife Sanctuary on January 10, 2009 
at Tungareshwar Wildlife Sanctuary on February 7, 2009
at Yeoor Hills on February 7, 2010
at Yeoor Hills on February 21, 2010
at Karnala Bird Sanctuary on February 12, 2011 
at Prabalgad on January 28, 2012
at Matheran on February 2, 2013

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Fabaceae-Faboideae (Papilionaceae) Week : Shrubs/Herbs : Flemingia strobiliflora:  Flemingia strobiliflora
Observed in Mulshi area January 2010


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Kas week: Flemingia strobilifera SMP:  Flemingia strobilifera
Not a typical Sept. plant of the plateau.
Shown here just to include as an occurrence here.


I use to remember it as Kanphuti. Nice one.


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Gori Valley Tour 2012: Flemingia strobilifera: This was also shot from various locations around Chokori nad Munsiyari. Flemingia strobilifera (L.) W. T. Aiton. I hope the id is correct..


Extremely good photographs

Thanks …


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This species is quite common in Gori Valley area…
Flemingia strobilifera..


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Plz id this shrub: pa68 – 26dec2012:  Plz id this shrub of about 4 foot height from Mankhurd region. Along with the leaves there are some fluorescent green leaves of much smaller size.


Its Flemingia bracteata (Roxb.) Wight


Flemingia strobilifera , Fabaceae 🙂


Thank you … I saw on the net that both are synonyms.



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Plz id this herb: pa92 – 19feb2013:  I am posting after long time now. Plz id this herb from Yeoor region. It is flowering now and it is around one and a half feet height. Tks.


This is Kanphati [Flemingia strobilifera]. Please check the archives of this group for my photographs of this.



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110713 ASP 97 : Attachments (1). 3 posts by 3 authors.

Please ID this small shrub. Photo was taken in Sri Lanka In Jan 2013.


Please check Femingia strobilifera ? … had already shared its beautiful flower in one of his post.


Yes, this looks like Flemingia strobilifera..


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Someone please help me with validating this Hindi name: kussunt for Flemingia strobilifera and please provide it in Devanagari script. Referenced from internet and NISCAIR’s The Useful Plants of India.


there is another name … kusrunt.

Both kussunt and kusrunt may be googled, and they are found in worthy sites, as well as reference books.
Attempts of both in various spellings in Devanagari script – do not fetch any single result.

One of them could be a typo.


These are what I found

Hindi; Kussunt
Mar.: Kanphute, bundar
Tel.: Nallabaddu

Kan. & Mal.: Kumalu, kumbilteri


I am eager to get the Hindi names — kussunt and kusrunt validated by central and north Indian Hindi-knowing people familiar with this plant. One of the two might be a typo; but both are found on the internet and reference books as Hindi names for Flemingia strobilifera. Ultimately, I need the valid name in Devanagari script.


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Help me with validating this Gujarati name: kasraut for Flemingia strobilifera and please provide it in native script. Referenced from Flowers of India.


Kasraut” is mentioned as the Hindi name (from Oudh) of Flemingia strobilifera in ‘Indian Trees’ by Dietrich Brandis [pg. 231] but I’m not aware of a similar name in Gujarati. I know of only one Gujarati name of this plant – પોપટ્યો / Poptyo. Hope this helps.


It helps, …, immensely.

Me too on searching the internet and dictionary resources, had got the feeling that the name kasraut may not belong to Gujarati at all.
Thanks very much for the name in Gujarati for Flemingia strobilifera.


via Species‎ > ‎F‎ > Flemingia strobilifera (L.) W.T.Aiton … family: Fabaceae
 Flowers of India Discussions at efloraofindia more views in flickr more views on Google Earth
flem-MING-ee-uh — named for John Fleming, surgeon, Indian Medical ServiceDave’s Botanary
stroh-bil-IF-fer-a — Greek: strobil (cone), fera (bearing) Dave’s Botanary
commonly known as: luck plant, wild hopsAssamese: মাখিয়তি makhiyatiGujarati: પોપટ્યો poptyoHindi: कानफूटा kanphutaKannada: ¿ ಕುಮಲು ? kumalu, ನರಿ ಬಾಲದ ಹೊನ್ನೆ nari baalada honneMalayalam: കനലം kanalam, കുമാൻചെടി kumaanchedi, കുമലു kumalu, പോന്തോരില ponthorila, തേരി theriMarathi: बंदर bundar, कानफुटी kanphuti, क्लिप्ती kliptiNepali: भटमासे bhatmase, भटवासी bhatwasiTelugu: నల్ల ¿ బద్దు ? nalla baddu
botanical names: Flemingia strobilifera (L.) W.T.Aiton … synonyms: Flemingia bracteata (Roxb.) Wight • Flemingia fruticulosa Benth. •Hedysarum bracteatum Roxb. • Hedysarum strobiliferum L. • Moghania bracteata (Roxb.) H.L.LiMoghania fruticulosa (Benth.) Mukerjee •Moghania strobilifera (L.) J.St.-Hil. • Moghania strobilifera (L.) Kuntze • Moghania strobilifera (L.) Jacks. • Zornia strobilifera (L.) Pers. … The Plant List (2010). Version 1
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Photographed at Matheran on 02 FEB 13


It is so beauutiful ..Incredible picture … 🙂


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Dear friends … the word baddu in Telugu names for plants listed in ENVIS – FRLHT yields following results on search …
Very eager to know the word baddu in native script in context of following:
OR is badu బాదు more appropriate ?

I found చిరుతాళిబాదు chiru-ṭāḷi-bādu for Dalbergia scandens (syn. Derris scandens) in A Telugu-English Dictionary by Charles Philip Brown.


it should be written as నల్ల బడ్డు


Thank you very very much … for this help. Great help.


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Someone please help me with validating this Hindi name: kussunt for Flemingia strobilifera and please provide it in Devanagari script. Referenced from internet and NISCAIR’s The Useful Plants of India.


there is another name … kusrunt.

Both kussunt and kusrunt may be googled, and they are found in worthy sites, as well as reference books.
Attempts of both in various spellings in Devanagari script – do not fetch any single result.
One of them could be a typo.

Please help.


These are what I found

Hindi; Kussunt
Mar.: Kanphute, bundar
Tel.: Nallabaddu

Kan. & Mal.: Kumalu, kumbilteri


… I am eager to get the Hindi names — kussunt and kusrunt validated by central and north Indian Hindi-knowing people familiar with this plant. One of the two might be a typo; but both are found on the internet and reference books as Hindi names for Flemingia strobilifera. Ultimately, I need the valid name in Devanagari script.


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The name kumalu seems to be shared in both languages – Kannada and Malayalam for Flemingia strobilifera. But could not succeed with any of the permutation-combination of letters of ku-ma-lu in native scripts on the internet. Please validate the name, and provide it in native scripts.
Some findings in Malayalam context …
Vernacular name-wise search at ENVIS – FRLHT for kumalu yields F. strobilifera and Gmelina arborea.
കുമ്പിള്‍ kumpil OR കുമിഴ് kumil … these are the names for Gmelina arborea in Malayalam … reference: Common Flora of Kerala Forests by M S K Prathap
Would one of these OR both be valid name(s) for F. strobilifera ?

Please help.


Got clarity of names in Malayalam from … in facebook … many thanks to him.
കനലം (kanalam), കുമലു (kumalu), കുമാൻചെടി (kumaancheDi), തേരി (thEri), പോന്തോരില (pOnthOrila) are seen given for this plant in Malayalam (as per Prof. Mathew’s book) – Won’t get confused with Gmelina arborea which is known as കുമ്പിള്‍ (kumpi) and കുമിഴ് (kumizh)

Now, hoping to get the Kannad name for the plant.


The correct native script for kumalu in kannada is ” ಕುಮಳು “. I hope the clarification is satisfactory.


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Plant for Id -ID13052014SH1 : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1 + 1).

Plant for Id pl.

Location –Sawantwadi-Sindhudurg Dist. (Maharashtra)
Habitat –Wild

Date – 11.4.2014


Flemingia strobilifera (L.) W.T.Aiton [Fabaceae].


I am also agree with …


I have taken it from Sylhet, Bangladesh


 


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Flemingia strobillifera—for sharing and validation : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (3).

Pic of Wild Hops, taken at ambyvalley rd.,lonavala,pune in feb14


Yes



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ANDEC56 Fabaceae for identification : 7 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (4).

Nelliyampathy, Kerala
November 2014


Looks like Flemingia strobilifera to me.


Flemingia fruticosa.


Also seems to be Desmodium pulchellum


efi pages on Phyllodium pulchellum (Syn: Desmodium pulchellum(L.) Benth.) & Flemingia strobilifera (Flemingia fruticulosa Benth.is a synonym of Flemingia strobilifera (L.) W.T.Aiton)


Flemingia strobilifera Syn: F.fruticosa.



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ANMAR14/14 Flemingia strobilifera : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (11)
Family: Fabaceae
Date: 6th March 2015
Place: Aralam WLS, Kerala

Habit: Shrub


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Please ID plant from Agumbe forest : 6 posts by 4 authors. 1 image.

This is an old image taken in Agumbe forest, unfortunately I don’t have any more details.

Please help ID


Kindly check for Flemingia strobilifera


Thanks, …, for Id.

I also think it seems to match with images at Flemingia strobilifera


Flemingia strobilifera only


…, thanks for the id and confirmation. Certainly looks like Flemingia. This is a new genus for me. The showy bracts I have not seen on other Fabaceae species


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Flemingia chappar: 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (7)
Sharing some pictures which I guess is Flemingia chappar. But the plant was not so tall and almost running parallel to the ground or wall.

It was shot at Nagarkot Nepal on 13 August 2016 at 6800 ft.


I think this plant is Flemingia stobilifera………….


I also thought so but confused ! As per the FoI F.strobilifera is 2 m. tall and flowering from Oct- Dec. I think it matches as described in th FoC so it should be F.strobilifera.



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For ID Please 21082016KSB : 5 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (3)

For ID

Date/Time 21/08/2016
Location- Mangaluru. India
Habitat- Small Shrub

Flowers.


flemingia. i would like to see a little more of the habit ie the plant itself


I think Flemingia strobilifera as per images herein.


Agree with Flemingia strobilifera


 


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Fabaceae undershrub for ID :: NOV2017 MK003 : 10 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (6)

Please help me in identifying this Fabaceae undershrub found in the forest floors of Moist Deciduous. Could this be any Desmodium sp.?
Apologies for the poor quality pictures.
Location: Dandeli NP, Uttar Kannada dist., Karnataka
Date: Nov 20, 2017


The plant looks very much like Flemingia strobilifera; as per images at efi site and digital flora of Karnataka. Please validate.



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SK1490 05 Oct 2018 : 7 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (7)- around 600 kb each.

Location: Phedi, Nagarkot
Date: 21August 2018
Elevation:5500 ft.
Habit : Wild 
Young plant! I guess again Flemingia strobilifera (L.) W. T. Aiton !

I support.


flemingia strobilifera, ok. i have never seen their basal leaves, only 3 to 4 feet tall plants


First time for me too …


Efi page available at



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Flemingia strobilifera (L.) W. T. Aiton : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (6) – around 800 kb each.
Location: Nagarkot, Nepal  
Date: 27 October 2018
Elevation: 7000 ft.
Habit : Wild

 


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FLEMINGIA STROBILIFERA : 5 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (1)

Attaching a collage of Flemingia strobilifera.


yes. its sort of popular with some avant garde flower decorators. not sold very often. these flower lovers grow them themselves


eta ki apnar barite?


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COLLAGE : FLEMINGIA STROBILIFERA : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1)
Attaching another collage of Flemingia strobilifera.


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Shrub Id from Bangladesh_SM_1432 : 5 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (1)
Habitat: Along the river
Location: Sangu Matamuri Wildlife Sanctuary, Bandarban 
Picture taken: February, 2019

Flemingia sp. to me

Flemingia strobilifera


 


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on 25th Jan2009 Near Mulshi Pune; in Kamre near Lonavala- Feb.’09?; in Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Mumbai- March’09?; At Sagargad, Alibag- 02/01/2010; 20 Feb 2010Combatore Dist.;
Flower for identity? – indiantreepix | Google Groups Flemingia strobiliflora – indiantreepix | Google Groups Flemingia strobilifolia – efloraofindia | Google Groups

Fabaceae for id 270210mk1 – efloraofindia | Google Groups

Flemingia strobilifera
Seen on the way to Pratapgad near Mahabaleshwar, MH in March 2020.

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FLEMINGIA STROBILIFERA: 2 images.
Attaching two images of Flemingia strobilifera.


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Attaching two images of Flemingia strobilifera.


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Desmodium from Kumarghat Tripura: 1 image.
Kindly tell me the name of species found in Tripura.


Flemingia chappar Benth. !


This is Flemingia strobilifera


Flemingia chappar is different.



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