Rosularia rosulata (Edgew.) H. Ohba, J. Jap. Bot. 52(1): 9 9 1977. (syn. Sedum pyriforme Royle ex Raymond-Hamet; Sedum rosulatum Edgew.; Umbilicus radicans Klotzsch in Klotzsch & Garcke);
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Perennial herb with spathulate leaves in a rosette, spathulate, 8-20 mm long; flowering stems up to 10 cm long, unbranched, cauline leaves smaller; flowers in 3-6 flowered thyrse on up to 8 mm long pedicel; calyx 5-lobed, lobes fleshy up to 5 mm long; petals white, connate, membranous,up to 6 mm long; stamens 10, in two whorls, adnate to petals; follicles 5, erect, 5-6 mm long with small brown seeds.
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Flora of Chakrata 2012: Succulent for id: This succulent was shot from various locations around Chakrata in May 2012, found in rock crevices, flowers white, nearly 1 cm across. Id please….


This appears close to Sedum adenotrichum….


It seems to me Rosularia rosulata



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Rosularia rosulata (Edgew.) H. Ohba in J. Jap. Bot. 52(1): 9. 1977
syn: Sedum rosulatum Edgew.
Perennial herb with spathulate leaves in a rosette, spathulate, 8-20 mm long; flowering stems up to 10 cm long, unbranched, cauline leaves smaller; flowers in 3-6 flowered thyrse on up to 8 mm long pedicel; calyx 5-lobed, lobes fleshy up to 5 mm long; petals white, connate, membranous,up to 6 mm long; stamens 10, in two whorls, adnate to petals; follicles 5, erect, 5-6 mm long with small brown seeds.

Photographed from Nainital, Uttarakhand.


A tiny succulent making carpets over steep walls.

Nice to see Sir.


This succulent was recorded from Chakrata, wanted to confirm if this can be Sedum rosulatum ..


I think yes …



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ANJUN26/27 Sedum sp. for identification (Churdhar Trip 26) : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (4)

Family: Crassulaceae
Date: 24th May 2015
Place: Renuka Ji-Haripurdhar Route, Himachal Pradesh

Habit: Herb


Rosularia rosulata (Edgew.) H.Ohba (Crassulaceae) to me. Earlier known as Sedum rosulatum Edgew.


In the Himalaya (or probably elsewhere also, in the mountains) adding elevation of the place helps in IDs.


Thank you sir. I will make sure to add that detail in the coming posts.


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id from Kalatope – al210210a : The spring is in the air and soon there will be flowers everywhere… I hope I have learned a little from the careful advice given by all of you and can present you with beautiful photographs with adequate data for the collection (leaves, stems, flowers, petals, sepals, fruits…)
remind me if you ever have time, the details which should be ideally photographed… in the meanwhile here is one from my old collection

habit: herb
habitat: wild
location: Kalatope sanctuary, chamba
altitude: 2200 mts
time of the year.. April-may


Not very sure but could be Arenaria orbiculata


Please reconsider the ID of this species. It is NOT ARENARIA ORBICULATA (CARYOPHYLLACEAE).
Basal leaves in the rosette and flower itself strongly suggest it as ROSULARIA ROSULATA (Edgew) H.Ohba (Crassulaceae).
The post may please be placed at proper place.



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Rosularia rosulata ABMAY2017/01 : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (6)
I found this on my recent trek to Ilaqa (3300m) in search of flowers. I have several plants to share which I will do in subsequent emails. Please advise if I am making a mistake in identifying this properly.
Rosularia rosulata
Mcleodganj-Triund trek,
2400m approx.

03-04 May 2017


Correctly identified …


These plants had smaller rosettes than my other samples. Is this R. rosulata too? Please advise.

Kareri Lake trek,

About 2400m

15-16 May 2017


Thanks, … I think it should be same as other three species found in India as per Rosularia do not match as per

 


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Rosularia rosulata : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)
Rosularia rosulata
we saw this at Duggalbitta, Uttarakhand at an altitude of about 7,800 feet in the first week of may 2018

Rosularia rosulata
Shimla



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