Inula obtusifolia A.Kerner
The genus Inula (Asteraceae) in India by Shweta Shekhar, Arun K. Pandey* and Arne A. Anderberg1 Rheedea Vol. 23(2) 113-127 2013:
Abstract– A revision of Inula L. in India is provided based on field studies, and examination of herbarium collections. Twelve species of Inula are recognized in India: I. acuminata, I. britannica, I. clarkei, I. falconeri, I. hookeri, I. kalapani, I. macrosperma, I. obtusifolia, I. orientalis, I. racemosa, I. rhizocephala and I. royleana, of which two are endemic, I. kalapani and I. macrosperma. A key to the Indian species, descriptions and illustrations are provided along with data on flowering and fruiting, distribution, habitat, chromosome number, and ethnobotanical uses.
Species with description &
barbata Wall. ex DC.
(syn. of Inula orientalis)
cappa (Buch.-Ham. ex D. Don) DC.
(syn. of Duhaldea cappa)
cuspidata (DC.) C. B. Clarke
(syn. of Duhaldea cuspidata)
(syn. of Duhaldea eupatorioides (DC.) Steetz)
hookeri C. B. Clarke
nervosa Wall. ex DC.
(syn. of Duhaldea nervosa)
racemosa Hook. f.
rubricaulis (DC.) C. B. Clarke (syn. of Duhaldea rubricaulis (DC.) Anderb. )
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Inula & Duhaldea : 1 post by 1 author.
Thanks to Dr. Pandey & Dr. Shekhar for revising Inula as below:
The genus Inula (Asteraceae) in India by Shweta Shekhar, Arun K. Pandey* and Arne A. Anderberg1 Rheedea Vol. 23(2) 113-127 2013
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