Heliotropium supinum L., Sp. Pl. 130 1753. (Syn: Heliotropium coromandelianum Raddi ex DC. (Unresolved); Heliotropium hirsutum E.D.Clarke (Unresolved); Heliotropium malabaricum Retz. (Unresolved); Lithospermum heliotropoides Forssk. (Unresolved); Piptoclaina malabarica G.Don (Unresolved); Piptoclaina supina G. Don fil.); 
dwarf heliotrope;  



 

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Boraginaceae Week :: Unidentified one from Khubi, Malshej: I came across this herb at Khubi phata (Malshej ghat region, Maharashtra).
Family: Boraginaceae
Could this be
Coldenia procumbens?

May Be Heliotropium Ovalifolium ??????


Yes Indeed it is Heliotropium ovalifolium


Does not seem to match with images at Euploca ovalifolia


It seems closer to Heliotropium supinum as per the following links:
But than question than what is the species (earlier identified as Heliotropium supinum) at the links at Satish Phadke (Validated by A. Lalithamba & P. Santhan), Aarti S Khale (Id by Ushadi & A. Lalithamba)


The species (earlier identified as Heliotropium supinum) at the links at Satish Phadke (Validated by A. Lalithamba & P. Santhan), Aarti S Khale (Id by Ushadi & A. Lalithamba) may be Euploca ovalifolia (Forsk.) Diane & Hilger



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Id080309PHk : 7 posts by 4 authors.

Pl.Help me to id this one
a small herb with white tiny flowers
all plants parts are covered with hairs
commonly founds in paddyfield.
Photographed at Phansad WLS, Maharashtra


This could be “Heliotropium ovalifolium” from “Boraginaceae” family. Please check this… 


It looks more like Coldenia procumbens to me. Please check.


I too photographed the same one near Khireshwar (Malshej Ghat) and i too first thought that it could be “Coldenia procumbens“. 
Although there is lot of similarity, this one has leaves which are very hairy and not lobed at all, whereas the leaves of Coldena
procumbens
are highly lobed, and not that hairy, although the stems are hairy.  
To me it appears “Heliotropium ovalifolium“.
Also, have a look at following link:
http://fleurs.cirad.fr/fleurs_d_afrique_tropicale/h/heliotropium_ovalifolium


Does not seem to match with images at Euploca ovalifolia


It seems closer to Heliotropium supinum as per the following links:
But than question than what is the species (earlier identified as Heliotropium supinum) at the links at Satish Phadke (Validated by A. Lalithamba & P. Santhan), Aarti S Khale (Id by Ushadi & A. Lalithamba)

The species (earlier identified as Heliotropium supinum) at the links at Satish Phadke (Validated by A. Lalithamba & P. Santhan), Aarti S Khale (Id by Ushadi & A. Lalithamba) may be Euploca ovalifolia (Forsk.) Diane & Hilger


 

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Id request please. Id no-005 : Attachments (3). 5 posts by 4 authors.  
Place-Challakarae

Dist-Chitradurga,Karnataka
Habitat-Dry-land
Date of Pic. taken-20.02.2013


Please check Hyptis emoryi


I think it represents Boraginaceae member


As there is a mixing up, I can see two plants in the pictures, one surely belongs to Boraginaceae (perhaps … wanted to share)..the other one should be Sphaeranthus indicus..


Heliotropium Sp



Place-Challkarae, Chitradurga, Karnataka

Habitat-Dry Land
Date of Pic taken-02.04.2013


Please check Hyptis emoryi


Heliotropium supinum


There seems to be large images of this in another thread.
From these, it seems closer to Heliotropium supinum as per the following links:

Place-Challakarae

Dist-Chitradurga,Karnataka
Habitat-Dry-land
Date of Pic. taken-20.02.2013


Heliotropium supinum ?


 
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id please GM4 : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)

1(3). jpg is this Indigofera
Date/Time-                                                     Dec 2011
Location- Place, Altitude, GPS-                       Marathwada

Habitat- Garden/ Urban/ Wild/ Type-                 Grassland
Plant Habit- Tree/ Shrub/ Climber/ Herb-           Shrub


Heliotropium supinum

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