Deccan Hemp, Kenaf, Brown Indian Hemp • Hindi: पटसन Patsan, सन San • Manipuri: সৌগৰী Sougri • Marathi: अंबरी Ambari • Tamil: பலுஂகு Palungu, Pulimanji • Malayalam: കംജരു Kanjaru • Telugu: Pimdikura, Gonkura • Kannada: Dirin da rani • Bengali: Patsan, Ambari • Oriya: Kanuriya • Konkani: Ambadi • Gujarati: Sheria • Sanskrit: मचिका Machika, मयूरिका Maryurika, अम्बिका Ambika, Sahasravatamulika;
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As per efi thread : Hibiscus furcatus Wall. is the synonym of H. surattensis L., a name used in FBI and still holding true (fork has one spoon shaped appendage and one small erect linear branch; stipules large leafy ear-shaped; leaves 3-5-fid)
Hibiscus furcatus Roxb. described in FBI  and now correctly known as H. hispidissimus Griff. (both forks linear; stipules lanceolate-oblong; leaves entire or 3-lobed)
Hibiscus furcatus Willd., a synonym of  Hibiscus rostellatus Guill. & Perr. an African plant not found in India
Other expected species in India, cultivated or naturalised from this group (forked epicalyx segments) include.
Hibiscus radiatus Willd. epicalyx 8-10, with linear fork segments, stipules linear; leaves deeply 3-5 lobed.
Hibiscus acetosella: epicalyx 9-10, apically forked, leaves irregularly 3-5 lobed.
Hibiscus cannabinus looks similar to above two species but is distinct in deeply 3-7-parted leaves and importantly with epicalyx segments not being forked.


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Malvaceae week- Hibiscus cannabinus from Kaithal: The attached pics were taken from Kaithal last year, this plant used to be cultivated few years back for its fibre, now our area has almost totally confined to wheat-rice rotation. For our area, it is pleasure to find this in flowering, which, unfortunately, I could not.
This probably flowers during the first half of the day, and I approached this in the evening. Attaching the pics from Kaithal of Hibiscus cannabinus L.


Here are mine flowers from Village Atta near samalkha (Panipat).
Cultivated for fibres



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Attached are pictures of Hibiscus cannabinus captured by the roadside at Thane, Maharashtra in September 2012.

Requested to validate the ID.


Yes … it is H cannabis



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Malvaceae Fortnight :: Hibiscus cannabinus :: Thane & Kolhapur :: DVJUL13  : 1 post by 1 author. 8 images.

Hibiscus cannabinus L.
planted at Yeoor Hills on October 22, 2011
in Kolhapur on October 15, 2011


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This shrub was seen in field borders of a village, probably planted.
This was earlier cultivated on large scale here, now a days probably not cultivated in our area..

Is this Hibiscus cannabinus ??


looks like it is H. canabis



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Malvaceae Fortnight :: Hibiscus cannabinus??- ::Kolhapur :: PKAJUL90:: : : 5 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (6)

Could this be Hibiscus cannabinus??
Location: Kolhapur.

Yes … H. canabis, Ambadi in Marathi


Thanks a lot … for the ID.



 

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Malvaceae week – Deccan Hemp? – Bot ID please – 100911 – RK2:  Pic taken at Hebbal Lake,Bangalore on 01-02-09 at 8am.Request Bot ID


Was the flower whitish or creamish?


This was growing wild in all the usual litter strewn around on the lake bank but ofcourse i found it beautiful all
the same!! As far as i recall [ pic has been taken some time back] the flower is more whitish.


Wanted to ask the experts whether the Ran Bhendi also has varities? Because I have noticed whitish, creamish and yellowish flowers. Sometimes the red colour too varies.


I think appears close to images at Hibiscus cannabinus L. 


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I need Morphological information about Hibiscus cannabinus, hibiscus Rosa senesis, gossyum, sida acuta burm, abelmoschus esculentus all plants is in family of malvaceae


Its easy. go to our website at https://sites.google.com/site/efloraofindia/

and search in the search window on the right upperhand small window. you will be amazed what all you will discover there. good luck



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Hibiscus for ID-MN210912: Sending photos of Hibiscus flower
Kindly identify
Place : Bhopar, Dombivli
Habitat : Wild
Fragrance : NIL
Date : 20.9.2012


To me this looks like Hibiscus cannabinus….


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