Saxifragasibirica L., Syst. Nat. ed. 10 2: 1027 1759. (Syn: Cymbalariellamollis (Sm.) Nappi; Cymbalariellasibirica Nappi; Lobariasibirica (L.) Haw.; Piarophylasibirica Raf. (Unresolved); Saxifragaexilis Stephan ex Sternb.; Saxifragamollis Sm.; Saxifragamollis Smith; Saxifragapekinensis Maxim.; Saxifragaradiata Small; Saxifragasibirica var. bockiana Engl.; Saxifragasibirica var. eusibirica Engl. & Irmsch.; Saxifragasibirica subsp. mollis (Sm.) V.A.Matthews; Saxifragasibirica subsp. mollis Matthews; Saxifragasibirica var. pekinensis (Maxim.) Engl. & Irmsch.; Saxifragasibirica var. pycnoloba Franch.; Saxifragasibirica var. schindleri Engl. & Irmsch.);
ID pl_221010_RKC_02 : 3 images.
Pl help me in identifying this plant.
I think Saxifraga sibirica
Saxifraga sibirica for me too
Saxifraga species from Paddar valley J&K: Request for ID confirmation
Kindly confirm the ID
Bot. name: Saxifraga sibirica
Location: Paddar valley J&K
Altitude: 2000 meters asl
Date: 20th May 2012
VOF Week: Saxifraga cernua at VOF: Saxifraga cernua (Family: Saxifragaceae ) at VOF. I hope the ID is correct.
Yes beautiful Shots
Saxifraga cernua I think has most cauline leaves entire with bulbils in their axils
This plant does not show any such bulbils and may be S. sibirica
Oh sorry for the mix up. Thanks … for pointing this out. It does look like S.sibirica. I had corrected it in my file. Thanks again.
Flora of Uttarakhand- Herb40 for Id- JM: Wild Herb captured on 13/8/10 during the trek from Ghangaria (around 11,000 ft.) to Hemkunt Sahib (around 14000 ft.).
I can can only onfirm
– I think it (Saxifraga sibirica) doesn’t matches as per details below:
Also doesn’t matches with any of the species of Saxifraga in FOI.
More photographs should help, perhaps S. cernua can be considered.
Unfortunately I don’t have more pictures.
It (S. cernua) is not mentioned in Concise Flowers of Himalayas by Oleg Polunin & Adam Stainton.
I am also not satishfied with details & pictures as per link:
Yes … I wanted to check aerial bulbils in your plant, that is why I asked for more photographs. The few leaves appear 3-lobed like that species, but aerial bulbils are distinctive.
Otherwise S. sibirica remains the best match.
How about Saxifraga asarifolia!!
S. asarifolia has more lobes (7-13) than even S. sibirica (5-7).
I think Saxifraga sibirica only
Please identify the herb from Valley of flowers : 4 posts by 2 authors.
Please identify the herb from Valley of flowers
Please see for Saxifraga cernua…
Thanks, …, for initial id.
Saxifraga sibirica L.
Photographed from Thajwas, above Sonamarg, Kashmir,