Physalis halicacabum Crantz, Inst. Rei Herb. 2: 370 (1766) (syn: Nicandra indica (Lam.) Roem. & Schult., Physalis alvarisii M.R.Almeida & S.M.Almeida, Physalis divaricata D.Don, Physalis indica Lam., Physalis joe-diasii M.R.Almeida & S.M.Almeida, Physalis kansuensis Pojark., Physalis minima var. indica (Lam.) C.B.Clarke);
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Afghanistan to Central China: Afghanistan, Assam, China North-Central, East Himalaya, India, Nepal as per POWO;
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fy-SAL-is or FY-sal-is — referring to bladder
joe-diasii — named for ?
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commonly known as: Joe Dias’s groundcherry
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Its diagosintic feature is the leaf with dentate margin, deeply U-shaped indentation, with short pointed serration.
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SK1259 05 JULg 2018 : 12 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (8)- around 600 kb each.
Location:  Sevok, WB, India
Date: 18 May 2018
Altitude: 700 ft.
Habit : Wild
I could not close on into specific ID of this Physalis sp.

It may be Physalis joe-diasii M.R.Almeida & S.M. Almeida

Also check for P. angulata.

May be Physalis sp.


I did check all possible in advance but could not decide. So confusing.

Thanks, …, for the id.
To me also appears close to images at Physalis joe-diasii as per details and images herein.
As per Catalogue of life, it is stated to be a syn. of Alkekengi indica (Lam.) comb. ined. with distribution as ?Pakistan, Afghanistan (Kunar / Nuristan, Nangarhar, Qunduz), Nepal, N-India, Bhutan, Darjeeling, Sikkim 

To me also appears close to images at Physalis joe-diasii as per details and images herein.


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¿ Physalis joe-diasii ? :  Attachments (1). 6 posts by 4 authors.

I am believing this to be Physalis joe-diasii … the only (pictorial) reference –
http://iscmumbai.maharashtra.floristic%20survey.html
Place: Ghodbunder Road, Thane
Date: 23 AUG 08
Please validate the ID.

This could be Physalis minima (Little gooseberry).
(Page 84 of “Common Indian Wild Flowers by Shri Issac Kehimkar).


this plant is discovered by Mr and Mrs. Almeida. its diagosintic feature is the leaf with dentate margin, deeply U-shaped indentation, with short pointed serration.
this was collected from SGNP, Borivali.
ref: Physalis joe-diasii Almeida & Almeida, Fl. Mah. 3: 369, 2001.


Thank you very much for validating the ID, … The leaves, I find are strikingly beautiful.

the epithet joe-diasii is named for which personality ? any idea ?


…, can u send me this plant or leave tissue. Please send me more information about this plant.


, that sighting was long way back in 2008; after which I have never met this plant any where else. The earlier site, which was an untended place near a temple, has now a concrete floor. If I come across this plant, will keep you posted.


Sir, can u send me this plant or leave tissue. Please send me more information about this plant.


Dear …, that sighting was long way back in 2008; after which I have never met this plant any where else. The earlier site, which was an untended place near a temple, has now a concrete floor. If I come across this plant, will keep you posted.


i had  observed this plant at Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Mumbai during 2006-2008. it was near the recreation area and along the stream near the bridge.
this may be of your help.
Physalis joe-diasii M.R.Almeida & S.M.Almeida
Citing … comment from my earlier post ¿ Physalis joe-diasii ? …
P. joe-diasii is discovered by Mr & Mrs Almeida. Its diagnostic feature is the leaf with dentate margin, deeply U-shaped indentation, with short pointed serration. Plant was collected from SGNP, Borivali.
Ref: Physalis joe-diasii Almeida & Almeida, Fl. Mah. 3: 369, 2001.
along Ghodbunder Road near Gaimukh on August 23, 2008



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Physalis joe-diasii M.R.Almeida & S.M.Almeida ?? : 7 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (3)
Location:  Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose Indian Botanic Garden,
                 Kolkata, India
Date: 8 September 2017
Elevation : 25 ft.
But the name is unresolved yet, I guess.

I would like to believe the plant is P. joe-diasii !!


A word of caution. All the name changes, combinations, new names etc. published  by these authors in Family Euphorbiaceae sensu lato have been found to be illegitimate or superfluous. I am making this statement on the basis of evidences available with me.



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Solanaceae Fortnight: Physalis sp. for ID at Mumbai : PKA-FEB46/46 : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (7)
Seen this Physalis sp. in Mumbai. Requesting ID ..

P. angulata in my opinion..


Yes P. angulata


Appears close to images at Physalis joe-diasii as per details and images herein.
As per Catalogue of life, it is stated to be a syn. of Alkekengi indica (Lam.) comb. ined. with distribution as ?Pakistan, Afghanistan (Kunar / Nuristan, Nangarhar, Qunduz), Nepal, N-India, Bhutan, Darjeeling, Sikkim 



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Solanaceae Fortnight:: Physalis angulata from Chakrata -NS Feb 29/29 : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (8)
These shots of gooseberry were recorded from Chakrata, again two sets are included..
Please validate, if all of them belong to Physalis angulata or otherwise..


I think yes.


Appears close to images at Physalis joe-diasii as per details and images herein.
As per Catalogue of life, it is stated to be a syn. of Alkekengi indica (Lam.) comb. ined. with distribution as ?Pakistan, Afghanistan (Kunar / Nuristan, Nangarhar, Qunduz), Nepal, N-India, Bhutan, Darjeeling, Sikkim 


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physallis minima:
physallis minima
growing commonly around paddy fields
flowers were about 8 mm


There is no accepted species as Physalis minima at present
Above plant is P. angulata


Appears close to images at Physalis joe-diasii as per details and images herein.
As per Catalogue of life, it is stated to be a syn. of Alkekengi indica (Lam.) comb. ined. with distribution as ?Pakistan, Afghanistan (Kunar / Nuristan, Nangarhar, Qunduz), Nepal, N-India, Bhutan, Darjeeling, Sikkim 


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Solanaceae Fortnight: Physalis angulata L from Assam KD 06, FEB ’15 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)
Attached images are Physalis angulata L. from Assam

Thanks …, its wide distribution is really astonishing..


Appears close to images at Physalis joe-diasii as per details and images herein.
As per Catalogue of life, it is stated to be a syn. of Alkekengi indica (Lam.) comb. ined. with distribution as ?Pakistan, Afghanistan (Kunar / Nuristan, Nangarhar, Qunduz), Nepal, N-India, Bhutan, Darjeeling, Sikkim



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Flora of Panipat: Physalis angulata from bank of Delhi Parrallel Branch canal near panipat:
Physalis angulata from bank of Delhi Parrallel Branch canal near Panipat
growing wildly and abundantly 

To me appears close to images at Physalis joe-diasii as per details and images herein.


Taken at Maharashtra Park, Mumbai on 19/9/10.
Tiny plant, growing wild.
Fruits not seen.

Physalis minima of solanaceae family. The ripened fruit is edible.
Common English name from Wikipedia is “Pygmy Groundcherry


Physalis minima.  A common weed in Mysore.


Please refer to earlier discussion on this genus. The plants referred to P. minima may belong to P. angulata or P. lagascae (or even P. pruinose). This one should be Physalis angulata. Kindly refer to the useful paper:
*The myth of “minima” and “maxima“, the species of Physalis in Indian Subcontinent* by V S Raju, C S Reddy and K G Rajarao, published in Acta Phytotaxonomica Sinica, 45 (2): 239–245(2007). it is also available online:
http://www.plantsystematics.com/wenzhang/aps06141.pdf

To me appears close to images at Physalis joe-diasii as per details and images herein.



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PHYSALIS MINIMA:
Attaching two images of Physalis minima. Commonly known as Little Gooseberry. It is known as Pipat in Hindi.
Ref. Common Indian Wild Flowers
By Isaac Kehimkar (BNHS Publication).


To me appears close to images at Physalis joe-diasii as per details and images herein.



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31 JUL 12
NH58near Tangani, about 4500 ft

To me appears close to images at Physalis joe-diasii as per details and images herein.



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Physalis angulata L.
somewhere along National Highway No. 58 on July 31, 2012

To me appears close to images at Physalis joe-diasii as per details and images herein.



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ID : Physalis minima L. from Guwahati:  Is it Physalis minima L. ? Please confirm the ID.
Time of collection: 01/10/2012
Location : Maligaon, 1 No. Gate. Guwahati 11
Habit : Herb
Habitat : Grows on the road side.


I hope Physalis angulata
http://file.lw23.com/0a1-aeca-5fdaa7323b45.pdf


from the internet descriptions of these two I am a bit confused
what really is the diagnostic difference?
the berries of both look similar
and the covering balloon are both ribbed and angled
acuta seems a bit more acute angled than the minima
is that the difference?
I could not open the link pdf…claims something is missing
do you have a copy on your computer may be that would help.


Thank You Sir Ji. But I am a bit confused. When you identified my specimen as Physalis angulata, then I again moved to the collection site today and collected the attached images of specimen (Physalis angulata – 1 and Physalis angulata -2) where there is a difference in leaf morphology (onoes margin is dentate where othere is not). Both the specimen are collected from the same locality. And also I have dissected the flowers of both specimen and found little difference. On the other hand in “The Plant list” Physalis minima is a synonym of P. angulata. (P. angulata var. angulata). But in “Flora of China” the Physalis minima and p. angulata are described as different species. So, please put on light on this matter.


Some of the doubts can be cleared by persual of earlier discussions at efi site link:
/species/m—z/s/solanaceae/physalis/physalis-angulata

To me appears close to images at Physalis joe-diasii as per details and images herein.



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Solanaceae Fortnight: Physalis sp. Feb2015sk08/25 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (11)
This is yet another wild plant, recorded on 23/Sept/2012, at another place.

Physalis angulata


Yes Sir, it seems to be P. angulata L., as per http://www.jse.ac.cn/wenzhang/aps06141.pdf, though one or two points differ, eg. anther colour, erect-robust habitat (this plant is not erect robust). But, then unless one examines whole population from several places one cannot come into concrete conclusion.


A new set recorded an hour ago. Attachments (5)


Yes, Physalis angulata ..


Thank you Sir. Another one https://groups.google.indiantreepix/Aj_BBBSVoJ is also Physalis angulata L., though anthers are not purple there.


To me appears close to images at Physalis joe-diasii as per details and images herein.



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04082013 BRS 498 :  Attachments (3). 2 posts by 1 author.
Pl. find the attached file contain photos for id. confirmation.
Date: 04.08.2013
Location: Adyar, Chennai
Habitat: Urban
Habit: Herb.

Physalis minima or the Chinese lantern


To me appears close to images at Physalis joe-diasii as per details and images herein.




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Solanaceae ID from Bangladesh SM153 : 7 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2).
Habit: Herb
Habitat: Wild
Location: Rajshashi

Physalis sp.


Physalisspecies in India & eFIoraofindia with details & some keys


looks like physalis minima


Correct name for the widely known P. minima is Physalis lagascae as per The myth of “minima” and “maxima”, the species of Physalis in the Indian Subcontinent (2007)


To me it seems to be Physalis minima.


Physalis minima.


I think it should be Physalis angulata L. as per images and details herein.


To me appears close to images at Physalis joe-diasii as per details and images herein.



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at Shahpur, Mah., last week of March, ’10; Physalis Minima is it? – efloraofindia | Google Groups

 

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