Helinus lanceolatus Brandis, Forest Fl. N.W. India 574 1874. (syn. Gouania lanceolata Wall. [Invalid]; Mystacinus lanceolatus Kuntze);
Jammu & Kashmir (Poonch, Kashmir), Pakistani Kashmir (Mirpur), N-India (Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra), Nepal, Myanmar [Burma], Pakistan (Salt Range, Murree, Jhelum) as per Catalogue of life;





Helinus lanceolatus for sharing and validation:: NS June 15 : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (5).
This climber is common in lower hills of Haryana Siwaliks,
present shots were recorded from Chakrata area…..

I hope the id is correct as Helinus lanceolatus

There does not seem to be any doubt about the identification. It sure is Helinus lanceolatus.

Plant for ID from Ranikhet, Uttarakhand-GSJUNE2016/02 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)

Kindly help with the ID of this small herb/ subshrub photographed from Ranikhet, Uttarakhand on April 16, 2012.

My suggestion remains same …

I think this can be Helinus lanceolatus…!!

Thanks a lot …, but I did not read your earlier suggestion.

Thanks, I found this on Internet.

Helinus lanceolatus submission : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (5)
Helinus lanceolatus
Common Name – Lanceleaf Helinus
Family – Rhamnaceae
It is a climbing non woody shrub having unbranched tendrils for climbing purpose.
Photographed at Kamand, Mandi district, Himachal Pradesh 
Dated – 15 April 2019


This climber is from Satpura Tiger Reserve

Photographed on– 11-10-09

Please id this

This is Helinus lanceolatus of Rhamnaceae. Called Murian in Hindi.

thanks a lot for id

request for id: Bhrampuri Rishikesh Uttarakhand: 3 high resolution images.
please check the attached images.
Captured at Bhrampuri Rishikesh Uttarakhand

Tylophora himalaica Hook.f. ??

I think looks different from specimens at GBIF

May I request you to pl. post an image of open flowers.

Will definitely sir, checking.

don’t have a crisp close-up, but attaching 1vmore image.

Please check also for Helinus lanceolatus (Rhamnaceae).

Helinus lanceolatus, Euphorbiaceae

Yes it’s,




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