Ludwigia adscendens (L.) H. Hara, J. Jap. Bot. 28(10): 291 291 1953. (syn. Cubospermum palustre Lour.; Jussiaea adscendens L.; Jussiaea floribunda Griff.; Jussiaea repens L.; Ludwigia palustris (Lour.) A. Cheval.);
China (Fujian, Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan, Yunnan), Taiwan, Egypt (Desert Oases,
Great Southwestern Desert, NE-Egypt, Nile Delta, NW-coastal Egypt), Sinai
peninsula (C-Sinai, N-Sinai), Myanmar [Burma] (Kachin, Sagaing, Shan, Yangon),
Nepal
, Philippines, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, India, Bangladesh, Sumatra,
Sulawesi, Lesser Sunda Isl., Borneo, Moluccas, New Guinea, Java, Ryukyu Isl.,
Australia (N-Northern Territory, Queensland), peninsular Malaysia, Singapore
(I), Sri Lanka
as per Catalogue of Life;
 
Common name: Water Primrose, Water Dragon, marshy jasmine • Assamese: pani khutora • Bengali: Keshardam • Kannada:
neeru haavu, neerudantu • Malayalam: Nir-charambu •
Manipuri: ইসিং কুন্দো Ising kundo • Nepali: Jadelo • Telugu: neeru
bachhali, neeti theegalu;

 

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Please Validate if this one is Ludwigia adscendens (Linn.) H. Hara, J. Jap. Bot. 28: 291. 1953; Jussiaea adscendens Linn., Syst. Nat., ed. 12, 2: 297; Jussiaea repens Linn. from family Onagraceae.
Was found along banks of river Yamuna in District Panipat on April 3, 2012. I hope the identity is correct…


Hooghly Today : Ludwigia adscendens (L.) H. Hara: Attachments (4 + 8). 2 posts by 1 author.

This seems to be the Jussiaea repens L. of the Bengal Plants i. 507., KESARA-DAM (কেশর-দাম) in Bengali, an aquatic floating herb with erect offshoots.

 

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These are, i think, the flowers of the same species, recorded on 13/4/13 in another place. Also attaching fauna found in the same place!

Attachments: Acisoma_panorpoides_male, spotted_dove_P1010251 & others.

 

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ANNOV39 Please identify this Ludwigia sp. (Ludwigia adscendens?) : 9 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (3)
Bangalore outskirts
Cattle grazing area, soil is generally wet all the time
15th November 2014


‘Ludwigia adscendens?’
Likely.
Good quality images.
Can you give some details like:
– was the plant prostrate? well branched?
– stamen count 10 or 8? (stamens on the far side are hidden from view)
-adventitious roots present or not


1) Plant was prostrate and well branched yes. Only the flowering portions ‘stuck out’ making the the plant noticeable amongst the grass.

2) Stamen number seems to be 8 and 9 in the flowers I have photographed. I have attached photos showing clear view of all stamens.

3) this I did not notice about the plant. I will be visiting the same area in a week or so, I will note it then and get back to you.


Though flowers should be (creamy) white with yellow at the base of petals (as per my record, and description in old lit. and FoC), yet I agree, seeing available images of yellow flower in the net.


Thank you … for the response. My experience is Ludwigia adscendens may not be always found as long trailing/ prostrate herb, erect parts sometimes get detached and found as small erect herb, specially when water level recedes.


Yes sir. I had been to the same area today but could not find the plant. Otherwise I would have made sure to check for adventitious roots. And I agree, the plant I found fits your latter description based on what I saw 2 weeks back.

 

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NSD – 2 : 11 Jan 2017 Ludwigia adscendens : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)
Ludwigia adscendens
Onagraceae
Jabalpur M.P.
11 Jan 2017

 

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Aquatic Plant For ID : Bangalore : 240418 : AK-4 : 7 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (5)

Aquatic Plant seen in a lake yesterday (23.4.18) with yellow flowers. 

The flowers resembled Portulaca but the leaves looked different.
Could be some Ludwigia Species?


Ludwigia adscendens ??


L adscendens 



 

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is it suppose to be  crested snowflakes i.e. Nymphoided hydrophylla.
SHot this flower on the edge of water body, near Karjat-Maharashtra during HSBC Mumbaibirdrace-2009.

Crested Snowflake has floating heart-shaped leaves. This one is
Water Primrose (Ludwigia adscendens
http://www.flowersofindia.net/catalog/slides/Water%20Primrose.html


I believe you and dinesh both are encyclopedia for we immatures.


whatever your belief is, the fact is I am both immature and as amateur like you !!

Getting some attempts of identifications correct does not mean anything encyclopeadic !!!! at the most helps

22nd Feb., 2009- from Matheran to Karjat; Manipur; Ludwigia adscendens – Pokal Panlawang – indiantreepix | Google Groups

Ludwigia adscendens (Onagraceae), an aquatic plant common in ponds in Manipur.


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Picture taken in Asansol (W.B.) Date: 31/07/2011 time: 09:17 AM.
Seen growing in marsh fields. Height around 1.1/2 ft.. Flowers are scentless.

Ludwigia adscendens of Onagraceae family (Water primrose


This plant is probably Ludwigia adscendens formerly called as Jussiea

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Aquatic plant from Chennai -3: Location: Chennaipolluted rivers/lakes
Date : October 2011


Guess Jussiaea repens


Sir ji I think you are correct of this plant being Jussiaea repens


I thought of Ludwigia!!


But Jussiaea repens leaves look linear and bit different to this one.

Appears to be Ludwigia adscendens


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JUSSIAEA REPENS : 6 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (1)
Attaching a collage of Jussiaea repens (KESAR-DAM/ MALCHA).

Its an aquatic plant with beautiful white flowers.


yes. very well shown


I think it’s correct…..  Ludwigia adscendens (L.) H.Hara(=Jussiaea repens L.),


  

 
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