Phyla nodiflora (L.) Greene, (syn. Blairia nodiflora (L.) Gaertn.; Diototheca repens (Bertol.) Raf.; Lantana larranagae Moldenke; Lantana repens Sessé & Moc.; Lantana repens Larrañaga [Illegitimate]; Lantana sarmentosa Spreng. ex C.B.Clarke [Spelling variant]; Lippia aegyptiaca Carrière; Lippia cuneifolia var. incisa (Small) Blank.; Lippia incisa (Small) Tidestr.; Lippia incisa (Small) E.D. Schulz; Lippia nodiflora (L.) Michx.; Lippia nodiflora Cham. ……..; Lippia repens (Bertol.) Spreng.; Lippia sarmentosa (Willd.) Spreng.; Phyla chinensis Lour.; Phyla incisa Small; Phyla nodiflora var. antillana Moldenke …….; Piarimula chinensis (Lour.) Raf.; Verbena capitata Forssk.; Verbena cuneata Willd. ex Spreng.; Verbena elliptica Willd. ex Spreng.; Verbena globiflora Nocca ex Spreng.; Verbena lanata Willd. ex Walp.; Verbena nodiflora L.; Verbena repens Bertol.; Verbena repens Larrañaga [Illegitimate]; Verbena sarmentosa Willd.; Zappania nodiflora (L.) Lam.; Zapania nodiflora Pers. ex Baker; Zappania repens (Bertol.) Bertol.; Zappania suberosa Spreng.);
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Tropics & Subtropics : Alabama, Albania, Aldabra, Algeria, Andaman Is., Angola, Argentina Northeast, Argentina Northwest, Argentina South, Arizona, Arkansas, Aruba, Assam, Bahamas, Baleares, Bangladesh, Belize, Benin, Bermuda, Bolivia, Botswana, Brazil North, Brazil Northeast, Brazil South, Brazil Southeast, Brazil West-Central, Burkina, Burundi, California, Cambodia, Cape Provinces, Caprivi Strip, Caroline Is., Cayman Is., Central African Repu, Chad, Chagos Archipelago, Chile Central, Chile North, China South-Central, China Southeast, Colombia, Corse, Costa Rica, Cuba, Cyprus, Djibouti, Dominican Republic, East Himalaya, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Florida, Free State, Galápagos, Georgia, Ghana, Greece, Guatemala, Guinea-Bissau, Gulf States, Hainan, Haiti, Honduras, India, Iran, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Kansas, Kentucky, Kenya, Kriti, KwaZulu-Natal, Laccadive Is., Lebanon-Syria, Leeward Is., Lesotho, Lesser Sunda Is., Liberia, Libya, Louisiana, Madagascar, Malawi, Malaya, Maldives, Mali, Marianas, Mauritania, Mexico Central, Mexico Gulf, Mexico Northeast, Mexico Northwest, Mexico Southeast, Mexico Southwest, Mississippi, Missouri, Morocco, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nansei-shoto, Nepal, Netherlands Antilles, Nevada, New Guinea, New Mexico, New South Wales, Nicaragua, Nicobar Is., Niger, Nigeria, North Carolina, Northern Provinces, Northern Territory, Oklahoma, Oman, Oregon, Pakistan, Palestine, Panamá, Paraguay, Pennsylvania, Peru, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Queensland, Samoa, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Seychelles, Sicilia, Sinai, Socotra, Solomon Is., Somalia, South Carolina, South China Sea, Southwest Caribbean, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Sulawesi, Swaziland, Tanzania, Texas, Thailand, Tibet, Togo, Trinidad-Tobago, Tunisia, Turkey-in-Europe, Turks-Caicos Is., Uganda, Uruguay, Utah, Venezuela, Venezuelan Antilles, West Himalaya, Western Australia, Windward Is., Zambia, Zaïre, Zimbabwe as per POWO;
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Alabama; Albania; Aldabra; Algeria; Andaman Is.; Angola; Argentina Northeast; Argentina Northwest; Arizona; Arkansas; Aruba; Assam; Bahamas; Baleares; Bangladesh; Belize; Benin; Bermuda; Bolivia; Botswana; Brazil North; Brazil Northeast; Brazil South; Brazil Southeast; Brazil West-Central; Burkina; Burundi; California; Cambodia; Cape Provinces; Caprivi Strip; Caroline Is.; Cayman Is.; Central African Repu; Chad; Chagos Archipelago; Chile North; China South-Central; China Southeast; Cocos (Keeling) Is.; Colombia; Corse; Costa Rica; Cuba; Cyprus; Djibouti; Dominican Republic; East Aegean Is.; East Himalaya; Ecuador; Egypt; El Salvador; Eritrea; Ethiopia; Florida; Free State; Galpagos; Georgia; Ghana; Greece; Guatemala; Guinea-Bissau; Gulf States; Hainan; Haiti; Hawaii; Honduras; India; Iran; Italy; Jamaica; Japan; Kansas; Kentucky; Kenya; Kriti; KwaZulu-Natal; Laccadive Is.; Leeward Is.; Lesotho; Lesser Sunda Is.; Liberia; Libya; Louisiana; Madagascar; Malawi; Malaya; Maldives; Mali; Marianas; Mauritania; Mexico Central; Mexico Gulf; Mexico Northeast; Mexico Northwest; Mexico Southeast; Mexico Southwest; Mississippi; Missouri; Morocco; Mozambique; Myanmar; Namibia; Nansei-shoto; Nepal; Netherlands Antilles; Nevada; New Caledonia; New Guinea; New Mexico; New South Wales; Nicaragua; Nicobar Is.; Niger; Nigeria; North Carolina; Northern Provinces; Northern Territory; Oklahoma; Oman; Oregon; Pakistan; Panam; Paraguay; Pennsylvania; Peru; Philippines; Puerto Rico; Queensland; Samoa; Sardegna; Saudi Arabia; Senegal; Seychelles; Sicilia; Sinai; Socotra; Solomon Is.; Somalia; South Carolina; South China Sea; Southwest Caribbean; Spain; Sri Lanka; St.Helena; Sudan; Sulawesi; Swaziland; Tanzania; Texas; Thailand; Tibet; Togo; Trinidad-Tobago; Tunisia; Turkey-in-Europe; Turks-Caicos Is.; Uganda; Uruguay; Utah; Venezuela; Venezuelan Antilles; West Himalaya; Western Australia; Windward Is.; Zambia; Zare; Zimbabwe as per Catalogue of life;
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FY-luh — tribe … Dave’s Botanary
no-dee-FLOR-uh — flowers from the nodes … Dave’s Botanary
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commonly known as: frog fruit, purple lippia, turkey-tangle fogfruit, wild long pepper • Assamese: কুৰকুৰি বন kurkuri bon • Bengali: বুকুনবুটি bukunbuti, কাচড়াঘাস kacharaghas • Dogri: रतोलिया ratoliya • Gujarati: જલપીપર jalapipara, રતવેલીયો rataveliyo • Hindi: भू ओकरा bhu okra, छोटा ओकरा chota okra, जल बूटी jal buti, जल पिप्पली jal pippali, तान taan • Kachchhi: રતવલ ratval, રતોઉખરાર rato-ukharar • Kannada: ಜಲಹಿಪ್ಪಲಿ jala hippali, ಕೆರೆಹಿಪ್ಪಲಿ kere hippali, ನೀರುಹಿಪ್ಪಲಿ neeru hippali, ನೆಲಹಿಪ್ಪಲಿ nela hippali • Konkani: अदली adali • Malayalam: ജലതിപ്പലി jalathippali, കാട്ടുതിപ്പലി kattuthippali, നീർതിപ്പലി neerthippali • Manipuri: ꯆꯤꯡꯂꯦꯡꯕꯤ chinglengbi • Marathi: गौर मुंडी goura mundi, जल पिंपळी jala pimpali, रतवेल ratavel • Nepali: अकमर akamar, जल पिप्ली jal piplee, कोकना kokanaa, कुरकुरे झार kurakure jhaar, मत्स्यगन्धा matsyagandhaa, फुली झार phulee jhaar • Odia: ଜଳପିପ୍ପଳୀ jalapippali, କଚରଙ୍ଗା kacharanga, ଲାଙ୍ଗଳୀଶାକ langalishaka, ଶକୁଳାହନୀ shakulahani, ଶାରଦୀ sharadi • Punjabi: ਗੋਰਖਮੁੰਡੀ gorakhmundi • Rajasthani: जलबूटी jalbuti • Sanskrit: अग्निज्वाला agnijvala, बहुशिखा bahushikha, जलपिप्पली jalapippali, लाङ्गली langali, महाराष्ट्री maharashtri, मत्स्यगन्धा matsyagandha, शकुलादनी shakuladani, शारदी sharadi, वशीर vashira • Tamil: பொடுதலை potutalai, தோயபாணம் toyapanam, வன்னிகா vannika • Telugu: బొక్కెనాకు bokenaku, బొక్కెన bokkena, గజ పిప్పలి కాడ gajapippali-kada, మొసలిపప్పు mosalipappu, నీరు పిప్పలి కాడ neeru pippali kada • Tulu: ನೀರ್ ಪಿಪ್ಪಲಿ neerpippali • Urdu: بکن بوٹی bukkan booti, تان taan
Names compiled / updated at https://dineshvalke.blogspot.com/2024/03/phyla-nodiflora-l-greene.html
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Creeping perennial herb. Total height of the plant 6 inches.
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Stems rooting at nodes, much branched; subquadrangular clothed with appressed hairs. Leaves opposite subsessile. 2bye 1.5 cm.Spathulate, cuneate at base, rounded at apex. Serrate in upper part. Hairy. Flowers sessile, densly packed in long pedunculated axillary heads one in each pair of leaves. Calyx: 2mm Bracts 2.5mm Corolla 2.5-3mm white or pale pink 2 lipped Upper lip bifid. Lower lip 3 lobed middle one being largest.
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Phyla nodiflora (L.) Greene
at Yeoor Hills on May 6, 2012
at Maval on June 26, 2010

nice
individual flowers look somewhat similar to the lantana involucrata
though phyla n. should have a spike its not showing
do you have side ways view of the flower head?

Thanks very much .. for appreciating so many of my uploads.
Unfortunately no, … These small flowers are close to ground; found it quite challenging to get close to them.
I was not knowing that Phyla nodiflora has spikes; will attempt next time.


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Lamiaceae (incl. Verbenaceae) Fortnight: Verbenaceae, Phyla nodiflora from Delhi–GSMAY159/162 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)
Phyla nodiflora (Lippia nodiflora) growing along dry places, field borders and roadsides in Delhi


tall almost cylindrical spike of the flowers



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Lamiaceae (Incl. Verbenaceae) Fortnight: Phyla nodiflora from Kaithal- NS May 97/97 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (4)
This is again a common herb..
Phyla nodiflora ..


another weed from south america?



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Lamiaceae (incl. Verbenaceae) Fortnight: Verbenaceae, Phyla incisa from California–GSMAY160/163 : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2)
Phyla incisa often treated under P. nodiflora but with more sharply cut leaves and spreading flower head, photographed from Sunnyvale, California.


in a continuum of features comes closer to lantana in the flower head and flowers



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ID request 220515SG : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)
Requesting ID of following spreading herb. Photo taken on 22May at Solapur, Maharashtra.

its Phyla nodiflora


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Phyla nodiflora:
Marathi Name: Gour Mundi
Today at Alibag, Maharashtra



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ID Requested_17052011_DSSN3:
Another pic of a small plant around Kokata – very common – seems to me as
some medicinal plant – but I do not know it’s excat id. Please help.


It is Phyla nodiflora (Verbenaceae) a common weed in this season



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Phyla nodiflora: 2 images.
Phyla nodiflora from Gorewada Lake Nagpur. Also seen were 3 eggs near this herb, almost camouflage with the ground. (Date/Time: 16-05-2011 / 07:45AM).

Great photographs !!! They are the eggs of the Red-wattled Lapwing also called the ‘Did You Do It’


Yes .., it is very common in Delhi along dry roadsides.


Common in Bengal too



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ID requested of DSC01287:
Picture taken in Asansol (W.B.) on 05/06/2011 time 15:58 PM.
Seen growing in the undergrowth, a single creeper covering an area of around 2 ft. x 2 ft.


This is Phyla nodiflora, a small perennial herb.



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Lamiaceae & Verbenaceae Week: Verbenaceae- Phyla nodiflora:
Bot. name: Phyla nodiflora
Family: Verbenaceae
Date/Time: 28-04-2010 / 07:07AM
Location: Gorewada Lake, Nagpur
Habitat: Wild
Plant Habit: Herb


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Lamiaceae & Verbenaceae Week: Verbenaceae, Phyla nodiflora from Delhi:
Phyla nodiflora (Lippia nodiflora) growing along dry places, field borders and roadsides in Delhi



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Phyla nodiflora:
Phyla nodiflora (L.) Greene
Syn: Lippia nodiflora
Family : Verbenaceae
Observed growing in lawn in Pu.La. Deshpande Udyan Pune Oct 2011
Creeping perennial herb. Total height of the plant 6 inches
Stems rooting at nodes, much branched; subquadrangular clothed with appressed hairs.
Leaves opposite subsessile. 2bye 1.5 cm.Spathulate, cuneate at base, rounded at apex. Serrate in upper part. Hairy.
Flowers sessile, densly packed in long pedunculated axillary heads one in each pair of leaves.
Calyx: 2mm Bracts 2.5mm Corolla 2.5-3mm white or pale pink 2 lipped Upper lip bifid. Lower lip 3 lobed middle one being largest.

Excellent detail …, both in the text and in the pics. I heard Turkeys and chicken like to eat the leaves of this plant.


Yes, common in Delhi also



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6 inches herb ID from Hooghly 23-04-12 SK-1:
Attaching images of a small herb that i found in an uncultivated land.
Species : UNKNOWN
Habit & Habitat : wild herb, less than a foot, uncultivated land, also on village roadside
Date : 17-03-2012, 9.50 a.m.
Place : Hooghly, WB

Yes, it is Phyla nodiflora.


Yes another very common weed in Delhi in dry places.


I was first attracted to this weed by its flower. Later i also noticed that it is common here too, on village roadside.


Phyla nodiflora indeed.
A really beautiful plant for macro photos.


Yes Sir, you got it sharper at efi thread, my images are out of focus.


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AP2- Wild Plant for id from Ambala Cantt Haryana:
please help me to identify this plant and its family…
photographs taken on 29 april 2012
Descriptions
place-ambala cantt
month april
habitat-garden, roadside, fields
habit-herbaceous, prostrate

stem-weak, green


Phyla nodiflora. A common weed seen amidst lawns.
Family: Verbenaceae.



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identification of plant : Attachments (2).  4 posts by 3 authors.
sending images of of a small herb found near a pond, where water had receeded, looks like an Asterceae member, please help me to identify it


This is Phyla nodiflora.


Yes, Phyla nodiflora indeed..



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Phyla nodiflora (L.) Greene from Kamrup district, Assam :  Attachments (6).  2 posts by 2 authors.
Attached images are Phyla nodiflora (L.) Greene.
Date :30.04..2013
Location: Kamrup district
Family : Verbenaceae
Genus & species : Phyla nodiflora (L.) Greene
Habitat: Grows wild on bank of the pond
Habit : Herb
Flower : small, white



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02062013 ASP 36 : Attachments (1). 2 posts by 2 authors.
Can you please ID this creeping herbaceous plant with small white flowers borne on terminal errect infloresences. Photo was taken in a dry district of Sri Lanka in Dec 1011.

This is Phyla nodifloraVerbenaceae



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HI id please small creeping herb :  Attachments (3).  6 posts by 4 authors.
id this small herb shot in march near pandharpur maharashtra 2013

Phyla nodiflora (= Lippia nodiflora) of Verbenaceae.


I agree with …


Yes Phyla nodiflora
I have observed this on the lawns of corporation gardens.

Thanks … i got this in Yamaai talav near pandharpur ,Maharashtra


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Plant for ID xv : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2).

Found in Bannerghatta, Bangalore.
Grows in a ditch near a lake. June 15th


Phyla nodiflora



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Plant for ID xv : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2).

Found in Bannerghatta, Bangalore.
Grows in a ditch near a lake.
June 15th


Phyla nodiflora


Yes Phyla nodiflora
Verbenaceae


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Phyla nodiflora (L.) Greene SN Oct 03 : 5 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (3).
Phyla nodiflora (L.) Greene, wild prostrate herb near Bangalore,
used in preparing hair oil. It is a medicinal herb, some places fruit also used in cooking.

Yes …, Nice photographs.


But if this paper is to be believed, its a native of California, (and is widespread in the world, including considered a pesky weed in Australia) yet has a Sanskrit name (though I could not verify any of the Sanskrit or vernacular names given in the pdf above) and is said to be an Ayurvedic herb…
how is this possible ??
I would be interested in hearing from folks who study history of botanical specimen, or their migration etc… or paleobotany….  when did it first appear in Indian subcontinent etc … or when did it first appear in Ayurvedic literature…


According to USDA, Wiki and few other references, Phyla nodiflora is native to the ‘New World’ (S. & N. Americas) (not just CA as mentioned in that paper).
This species is more popularly known by its synonym ‘Lippia nodiflora‘ and this name is used in most of the older literature!
Here are some of the Sanskrit names I stumbled across: Vasir vasuka, jalapippali, toyapippali, jalapippalika, shakuladini, sharadi, matsyagandha, matsyadani, langali

(ref.: ayurveda-florida)
I can give Phyllanthus amarus (previously named as P. niruri in many Indian literature) as an example of Ayurvedic plants that are not native to India. I think this species (again native to the New World) was introduced to India some 450 years ago (need ref.) and is now so well established in India to the extent that one would think it as a native species. It has also well got into our culture and healthcare traditions, incl. Ayurveda and Siddha. 


very nice info…
Digging further last nite I had found mention of Jal pipli in a book that says Charak has talked of Jal pipli effects on the body. I’ll have to dig deeper.
And you gave me the name Lippia, I found some info in a Nighantu from Chowkhambha publications. Thanks.
If I find that Charak Samhita really talks of it, then we have to think of  how did it get to Indian subcontinent that far back.



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Lamiaceae (incl. Verbenaceae) Fortnight :: Verbenaceae :: Phyla nodiflora :: Thane :: ARKMAY-16/16 :  1 post by 1 author. Attachments (6)
Attached are pictures of Phyla nodiflora captured at Thane in March 2015.



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Lamiaceae (inc. Verbenaceae) Fortnight: Verbenaceae- Phyla nodiflora from, Chennai -BRS MAY01/25 :1 post by 1 author. Attachments (2)
Sharing the images of Phyla nodiflora from Chennai.


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I just love the different shape of the leaves. The serrations start from near midway onwards towards the apex



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What is the scientific name for this plant? : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1) – 1 MB.
What is the scientific name for this plant?

Thanks, …, Welcome to efloraofindia.
I think close to images at Phyla nodiflora
Pl. check.

Yes, this is Phyla nodiflora


Yes, you are right, Thank you very much Sir.



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Phyla nodiflora (L.) Greene : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (7)
Location: Chobhar, Nepal
Altitude: 4600 ft.
Date: 18 July 2017
Syn: Lippia nodiflora (L.) Rich.
Nepali Names: कुरकुरे झार Kurakure Jhaar / जल पिप्ली Jal Piplee / कोकना Kokanaa / अकमर Akamar  / फुली झार  Phulee Jhaar 

Wonderful capture of this very small herb.



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FY-luh — tribeDave’s Botanary
no-dee-FLOR-uh — flowers from the nodesDave’s Botanary
commonly known as: Capeweed, carpetweed, creeping lip plant, purple lippia, sawtooth fogfruit, turkey tangle fogfruit, wild long pepperAssamese: কুৰকুৰি বন kurkuri bonGujarati: જળપીપળી jalapippali, રતવેલિયો ratvelioHindi: भू ओकरा bhu okra, छोटा ओकरा chota okra, जल बूटी jal buti, जल पिप्पली jal pippaliKannada: ಜಲಹಿಪ್ಪಲಿ jala hippali, ಕೆರೆಹಿಪ್ಪಲಿ kere hippali, ನೀರುಹಿಪ್ಪಲಿ neeru hippali, ನೆಲಹಿಪ್ಪಲಿ nela hippaliKonkani: अदली adaliMalayalam: ജലതിപ്പലി jala thippali, കാട്ടു ത്തിപ്പലി kattu thippali, നീർത്തിപ്പലി neer thippaliManipuri: চিংলেঙবী ꯆꯤꯡꯂꯦꯡꯕꯤ download font chinglengbiMarathi: गौर मुंडी goura mundi, जल पिंपळी jala pimpaliNepali: अकमर akamara, जल पिप्ली jal pipli, कोकना kokana, कुरकुरे झार kurkure jhar, फुली झार phuli jhar, मत्स्यगन्धा matsyagandhaOdia: ଜଳପିପ୍ପଳୀ jalapippali, ଲାଙ୍ଗଳୀଶାକ langalishaka, ଶକୁଳାହନୀ sakulahani, ଶାରଦୀ sharadiPunjabi: ਗੋਰਖਮੁੰਡੀ gorakhmundiSanskrit: बहुशिखा bahushikha, जलपिप्पली jalapippali, वशीर vashiraTamil: பொடுதலை potutalaiTelugu: బొక్కెనాకు bokenaku, బొక్కెన bokkena, గజ పిప్పలి కాడ gajapippali-kada, మొసలిపప్పు mosalipappu, నీరు పిప్పలి కాడ neeru pippali kadaTulu: ನೀರ್ ಪಿಪ್ಪಲಿ neerpippali
botanical names: Phyla nodiflora (L.) Greene … synonyms: Blairia nodiflora (L.) Gaertn. • Lippia nodiflora (L.) Michx. • Platonia nodiflora (L.) Raf. • Verbena nodiflora L. • Zappania nodiflora (L.) Lam. … status at The Plants List (2013). Version 1.1.
May 6, 2012 … Yeoor Hills (part of Sanjay Gandhi National Park)

have found a book of katcchhi names??


🙂 … yes, you guessed right, …
Many many thanks to … = he has helped me with copies of
1) FLORA OF BARDA MOUNTAIN (KATHIAWAD) by THAKAR, JAIKRISHNA INDRAJI, 1910
2) કચ્છ સ્વસ્થાન ની વનસ્પતિઓ ઠાકર જયકૃષ્ણ ઇન્દ્રજી  1926 (PLANTS OF CUTCH AND THEIR UTILITY by THAKAR, JAIKRISHNA INDRAJI, 1926)

how does one get one of each?


Actually they are too heavy files … 179 MB and 37 MB. Such sized files cannot be sent over mail.
… had provided me links to the files in whatsapp, from where I had to download – I am not sure whether I can post the links in public domain.
Please request him for the links, because I am not sure of copyrights of the books.

well. your reply was an impetus for me to search. both are older than the conventional 60 or 65 years’s worth of copyright.
i found the book number 1 copy owned by NYBG and scanned by them, available
its a 866 pages large. took a while to download.
Number two is a bit elusive but wiki visually page says its copy right has expired. may be some Indian colleges have them in their libraries. will have to keep looking. thanks …

Thanks … It did not occur to me for searching on net, these two books. The link is useful; now one can read/ search through the online book for any reference. Thank you very much; now I can give link to any inside page as bibliographical reference.


FY-luh — tribe … Dave’s Botanary
no-dee-FLOR-uh — flowers from the nodes … Dave’s Botanary

commonly known as: frog fruit, purple lippia, turkey-tangle fogfruit, wild long pepper • Assamese: কুৰকুৰি বন kurkuri bon • Bengali: বুকুনবুটি bukunbuti, কাচড়াঘাস kacharaghas • Dogri: रतोलिया ratoliya • Gujarati: જલપીપર jalapipara, રતવેલીયો rataveliyo • Hindi: भू ओकरा bhu okra, छोटा ओकरा chota okra, जल बूटी jal buti, जल पिप्पली jal pippali, तान taan • Kachchhi: રતવલ ratval, રતોઉખરાર rato-ukharar • Kannada: ಜಲಹಿಪ್ಪಲಿ jala hippali, ಕೆರೆಹಿಪ್ಪಲಿ kere hippali, ನೀರುಹಿಪ್ಪಲಿ neeru hippali, ನೆಲಹಿಪ್ಪಲಿ nela hippali • Konkani: अदली adali • Malayalam: ജലതിപ്പലി jalathippali, കാട്ടുതിപ്പലി kattuthippali, നീർതിപ്പലി neerthippali • Manipuri: ꯆꯤꯡꯂꯦꯡꯕꯤ chinglengbi • Marathi: गौर मुंडी goura mundi, जल पिंपळी jala pimpali, रतवेल ratavel • Nepali: अकमर akamar, जल पिप्ली jal piplee, कोकना kokanaa, कुरकुरे झार kurakure jhaar, मत्स्यगन्धा matsyagandhaa, फुली झार phulee jhaar • Odia: ଜଳପିପ୍ପଳୀ jalapippali, କଚରଙ୍ଗା kacharanga, ଲାଙ୍ଗଳୀଶାକ langalishaka, ଶକୁଳାହନୀ shakulahani, ଶାରଦୀ sharadi • Punjabi: ਗੋਰਖਮੁੰਡੀ gorakhmundi • Rajasthani: जलबूटी jalbuti • Sanskrit: अग्निज्वाला agnijvala, बहुशिखा bahushikha, जलपिप्पली jalapippali, लाङ्गली langali, महाराष्ट्री maharashtri, मत्स्यगन्धा matsyagandha, शकुलादनी shakuladani, शारदी sharadi, वशीर vashira • Tamil: பொடுதலை potutalai, தோயபாணம் toyapanam, வன்னிகா vannika • Telugu: బొక్కెనాకు bokenaku, బొక్కెన bokkena, గజ పిప్పలి కాడ gajapippali-kada, మొసలిపప్పు mosalipappu, నీరు పిప్పలి కాడ neeru pippali kada • Tulu: ನೀರ್ ಪಿಪ್ಪಲಿ neerpippali • Urdu: بکن بوٹی bukkan booti, تان taan

botanical namesPhyla nodiflora (L.) Greene … homotypic synonymsBlairia nodiflora (L.) Gaertn. • Lippia nodiflora (L.) Michx. • Platonia nodiflora (L.) Raf. • Verbena nodiflora L. • Zappania nodiflora (L.) Lam. … POWO, retrieved 29 March 2024

Bibliography / etymology
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~~~~~ ENGLISH ~~~~~
written and spoken widely, in most parts of India
frog fruit
purple lippia
Turkey tangle fogfruit
wild long pepper
  • for Lippia nodiflora (L.) Michx. … Tamil lexicon [Madras], University of Madras
~~~~~ ASSAMESE ~~~~~
written in: Assamese (অসমীয়া) … spoken in: Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya
কুৰকুৰি বন kurkuri bon
  • Many thanks to Brahmananda Patiri for help with this name … facebook
~~~~~ BENGALI ~~~~~
written in: Bengali (বাংলা) … spoken in: West Bengal, Assam, Jharkhand, Tripura, Andaman & Nicobar Islands
বুকুনবুটি bukunbuti, কাচড়াঘাস kacharaghas
~~~~~ DOGRI ~~~~~
written in: Devanagari (डोगरी) … spoken in: Jammu & Kashmir … spoken by the Dogras
रतोलिया ratoliya
  • Many thanks to OM Prakash Vidyarthi for help with this name … facebook
~~~~~ GUJARATI ~~~~~
written in: Gujarati (ગુજરાતી) … spoken in: GujaratDadra & Nagar HaveliDaman & Diu
જલપીપર jalapipara
રતવેલીયો rataveliyo
~~~~~ HINDI ~~~~~
written in: Devanagari (हिन्दी) … spoken in: Uttar PradeshBiharMadhya Pradesh, Rajasthan
भू ओकरा bhu okra
  • FRLHT’s ENVIS Centre on Medicinal Plants
  • or भुंई ओकरा bhunyi okra … for Lippia nodiflora (L.) Michx. … PLANTS OF CUTCH AND THEIR UTILITY by THAKAR, JAIKRISHNA INDRAJI, 1926
  • or भूई ओकरा bhui okra … for Lippia nodiflora (L.) Michx. … BENGAL PLANTS VOL. II by PRAIN, DAVID
  • भू bhu, भुंई bhunyi, भूई bhui = earth, ground; ओकरा okra = popular vernacular name given to Abelmoschus esculentus … named so, for the plant’s ground hugging habit, and presumably, the little flower spikes alluding to okra
छोटा ओकरा chota okra, जल बूटी jal buti, जल पिप्पली jal pippali
  • FRLHT’s ENVIS Centre on Medicinal Plants
  • छोटा chota = small, little; ओकरा okra = popular vernacular name given to Abelmoschus esculentus … presumably, the little flower spikes alluding to okra
  • जल jal = water; बूटी buti = sprig of a plant, normally of some ethno-medicinal value … referring to the plant’s habitat near to water; and for the plant’s medicinal qualities
  • जल jal = water; पिप्पली pippali = long pepper … referring to plant’s habitat near to water, and the tiny fruits on flower spikes resembling long pepper
तान taan
~~~~~ KACHCHHI ~~~~~
written in: Gujarati (કચ્છી), Sindhi (ڪڇّي) … spoken in: Kutch region of Gujarat
રતવલ ratval, રતોઉખરાર rato-ukharar
  • for Lippia nodiflora (L.) Michx. … PLANTS OF CUTCH AND THEIR UTILITY by THAKAR, JAIKRISHNA INDRAJI, 1926
~~~~~ KANNADA ~~~~~
written in: Kannada (ಕನ್ನಡ) … spoken in: Karnataka
ಜಲಹಿಪ್ಪಲಿ jala hippali
ಕೆರೆಹಿಪ್ಪಲಿ kere hippali
ನೀರುಹಿಪ್ಪಲಿ neeru hippali
ನೆಲಹಿಪ್ಪಲಿ nela hippali
~~~~~ KONKANI ~~~~~
written in: Devanagari (कोंकणी), Kannada (ಕೊಂಕಣಿ), Malayalam (കൊങ്കണി), Perso-Arabic (کونکنی), Romi (Konknni) … spoken in: Goa, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Kerala, Gujarat
अदली adali
~~~~~ MALAYALAM ~~~~~
written in: Malayalam (മലയാളം) … spoken in: Kerala
ജലതിപ്പലി jalathippali
  • വിക്കിപീഡിയ – സ്വതന്ത്രസർവ്വവിജ്ഞാനകോശം
  • ജല jala = water; തിപ്പലി thippali = long pepper … referring to plant’s habitat near to water; and the tiny fruits on flower spikes resembling long pepper
കാട്ടുതിപ്പലി kattuthippali
നീർതിപ്പലി neerthippali
~~~~~ MANIPURI ~~~~~
written in: Meiteilon (ꯃꯩꯇꯩꯂꯣꯟ) … spoken in: Manipur … other names for this language: Meetei
ꯆꯤꯡꯂꯦꯡꯕꯤ chinglengbi
~~~~~ MARATHI ~~~~~
written in: Devanagari (मराठी) … spoken in: Maharashtra, Karnataka
गौर मुंडी goura mundi, जल पिंपळी jala pimpali
रतवेल ratavel
~~~~~ NEPALI ~~~~~
written in: Devanagari (नेपाली) … spoken in: NepalWest BengalAssamSikkim
अकमर akamar, जल पिप्ली jal piplee, कोकना kokanaa, कुरकुरे झार kurakure jhaar, फुली झार phulee jhaar
  • Many thanks to Saroj Kumar Kasaju for help with these names … efloraofindia
मत्स्यगन्धा matsyagandhaa
~~~~~ ODIA ~~~~~
written in: Odia (ଓଡ଼ିଆ) … spoken in: Odisha, Andaman & Nicobar Islands
ଜଳପିପ୍ପଳୀ jalapippali, କଚରଙ୍ଗା kacharanga, ଲାଙ୍ଗଳୀଶାକ langalishaka, ଶକୁଳାହନୀ shakulahani (or ଶକୁଳାଦନୀ shakuladani), ଶାରଦୀ sharadi
~~~~~ PUNJABI ~~~~~
written in: Gurmukhi (ਪੰਜਾਬੀ) … spoken in: Punjab
ਗੋਰਖਮੁੰਡੀ gorakhmundi
~~~~~ RAJASTHANI ~~~~~
written in: Devanagari (राजस्थानी) … spoken in: Rajasthan
जलबूटी jalbuti
~~~~~ SANSKRIT ~~~~~
written in: Devanagari (संस्कृतम्) … used all over India by priests and scholars
अग्निज्वाला agnijvala, बहुशिखा bahushikha, जलपिप्पली jalapippali, लाङ्गली langali, महाराष्ट्री maharashtri, मत्स्यगन्धा matsyagandha, शकुलादनी shakuladani, शारदी sharadi, वशीर vashira
~~~~~ TAMIL ~~~~~
written in: Tamil (தமிழ்) … spoken in: Tamil Nadu, Andaman & Nicobar Islands
பொடுதலை potutalai
தோயபாணம் toyapanam, வன்னிகா vannika
~~~~~ TELUGU ~~~~~
written in: Telugu ( తెలుగు) … spoken in: Andhra PradeshTelangana
బొక్కెనాకు bokenaku, బొక్కెన bokkena, గజ పిప్పలి కాడ gajapippali-kada, మొసలిపప్పు mosalipappu, నీరు పిప్పలి కాడ neeru pippali kada
~~~~~ TULU ~~~~~
written in: Tigalari (Tulu) was used for writing Vedic texts in Sanskrit, Kannada (ತುಳು), Malayalam (തുളു) … spoken in: Karnataka, north Kerala
ನೀರ್ ಪಿಪ್ಪಲಿ neerpippali
~~~~~ URDU ~~~~~
written in: Urdu (اردو) … spoken in: Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka
بکن بوٹی bukkan booti
تان taan
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Phyla nodiflora (L.) Greene : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (5)- around 500 kb each.
Location: Chobhar, Kathmandu, Nepal  
Date: 7 August 2018
Elevation: 4500 ft.
Habit : Wild

 


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Herb ID from Bangladesh_SM_4016 : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1)
Picture take, Sep,2018 from Sonadia Island, Cox’s Bazar

Phyla nodiflora (L.) Greene [Verbenaceae].

Thanks, … I also agree.



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SYMBIOSIS : 1380 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)
Attaching a collage of Common Pierrot visiting flowers of Phyla nodiflora.


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SYMBIOSIS : 1385 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)
Attaching a collage of Black-yellow Potter Wasp visiting flowers of Phyla nodiflora.


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SYMBIOSIS : 1395 : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1)
Attaching a collage of Common Hedge Blue visiting flowers of Phyla nodiflora


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SYMBIOSIS : 1400 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)
Attaching a collage of honey bee visiting flowers of Phyla nodiflora.


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SYMBIOSIS : 1405 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)
Attaching a collage of Peacock pansy visiting flowers of Phyla nodiflora.


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SYMBIOSIS : 1401 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)
Attaching a collage of Lemon pansy visiting flowers of Phyla nodiflora.


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Phyla nodiflora :: Osudu, Puducherry :: 14 OCT 19 : 6 posts by 4 authors. 3 images.
Osudu  Puducherry
Date: October 14, 2019 … Altitude range: about 15 m (50 feet) asl
Phyla nodiflora  (L.) Greene

ye. saw it once in Shibpur bot g several years go, never again


Nice photos. Kere Hippali, Jala hippali, Neer hippali in kannada used in Aurvedic medicines in South. Found wild near lakes in our place.


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SYMBIOSIS : 1414 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)
Attaching a collage of Pale Grass Blue butterfly visiting flowers of Phyla nodiflora.

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SD033 20 Sept 2020 Plant ID assistance : 3 posts by 2 authors. 2 images- 2 & 4 mb each.
Kindle assist with plant ID. Found near Najafgarh. (Attaching another image in reply)


Phyla nodiflora (L.) Greene


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Id pl: Small Herb – Dehuroad, Pune:
Id pl: Small HerbDehuroad, Pune.


Phyla nodiflora (L.) Greene


ID by … is correct. The plant is a common weed especially near tank bunds.


Yes it’s I too agree with …


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Phyla nodiflora (L.) Greene: 9 very high res. images.
Location: Kathmandu, Central Nepal
Altitude: 1400m.
Date: 09 July 2021
Habit : Wild

Yes … This is common here near lake bunds


Called ಜಲಹಿಪ್ಪಲಿ jala hippali, ಕೆರೆಹಿಪ್ಪಲಿ kere hippali, ನೀರುಹಿಪ್ಪಲಿ neeru hippali, ನೆಲಹಿಪ್ಪಲಿ nela hippali in Kannada, it has many medicinal uses.
https://herbpathy.com/Uses-and-Benefits-of-Phyla-Nodiflora-Cid1173


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Wild Weed for ID : Gangapur Grasslands : Nasik : 27NOV21 : AK – 025:
A tiny weed seen growing wild.
Trigonella Species?


Lindernia antipoda (L.) Alston ??


… has identified this as Phyla nodiflora.
I know this plant well, yet could not guess.

Yes, it is!


Yes, it’s Phyla nodiflora


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Verbenaceae: Phyla nodiflora (L.) Greene:2 images.

synonyms: Hybanthus enneaspermus (L.) F.Müll., Heinsia thesiifolius (Juss. ex Poir.) Hutch. & Dalziel, Hybanthus heterophyllus (Vent.) Baill.
location/date: (_jp) Tropical Forest Research Institute, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, October 1994; (_1) Chotannahalli, Tumkur Dist., Karnataka, July 1997

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