Mazus pumilus looks similar to M. surculosus, but the orange stripes on the lower lip are longer in latter.
In addition the species can be differentiated as under:
M. pumilus: Annuals, up to 30 cm tall, stems glabrous or with short hairs; basal leaves usually shed at flowering time; flowers mostly in upper part of inflorescence; calyx lobes ovate, as long as tube, acute; middle lobe of lower lip smaller than lateral lobes; lobes of upper lip triangular-ovate; capsule globose
M. surculosus: Perennials, up to 8 cm tall, stem with long white hairs; basal leaves forming a rosette present at flowering time; flowers almost from base of raceme, lax; calyx lobes 1/3 as long as calyx, broadly ovate with obtuse to subacute tip; middle lobe of lower lip longer than lateral lobes; lobes of upper lip suborbicular; capsule ovoid
Mazus page (Phrymaceae) with images of species in efloraofindia : 1 post by 1 author.
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