Sedum multicaule Wall. ex Lindl., Edwards’s Bot. Reg. 26(misc.): 58 58 1840. (Syn: Sedum dolosum K.T. Fu; Sedum mekongense Praeger);
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Perennial herb, up to 12 cm tall; glabrous, leaves linear-lanceolate, up to 2.5 cm long, acute; flowers yellow, in spike-like cymes, sessile or on up to 1.5 mm long pedicel; sepals oblong, 3-6 mm long-lanceolate, glabrous; petals 5, up to 5 mm long, lanceolate-acuminate; stamens 10 in two whorls; follicles 5, stellately spreading up to 5 mm long with up to 50 seeds.
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VoF Week: 16092012 BS 4 Sedum sp for id from way to Ghangriya: Sedum sp for id from way to Ghangriya


I hope Sedum multicaule


Thanks for the id Sir



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VOF Week: Sedum sp.—- along Ghangaria –Govindghat Trail:  Looks like some Sedum sp.—- along Ghangaria –Govindghat Trail.
Date/Time: 10-08-2012 / 11:30AM


I think same as mine as per link of the thread

Sedum multicaule


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Flora of Chakrata 2013- Sedum for id :  Attachments (4). 4 posts by 2 authors.
This is second of he three species observed in the area this time.. I have posted the first..

please help to id this Sedum species..


It is sedum multicaule.



Sedum multicaule Wall. ex Lindl. in Bot. Register Misc. 26: 58. 1840

Perennial herb, up to 12 cm tall; glabrous, leaves linear-lanceolate, up to 2.5 cm long, acute; flowers yellow, in spike-like cymes, sessile or on up to 1.5 mm long pedicel; sepals oblong, 3-6 mm long-lanceolate, glabrous; petals 5, up to 5 mm long, lanceolate-acuminate; stamens 10 in two whorls; follicles 5, stellately spreading up to 5 mm long with up to 50 seeds.
Photographed from Dachigam, Kashmir 


Thanks Sir, this is very common in Himalayas..


very nice

do you have the base of the plant pictures

i would love to see them



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Crassulaceae, Combretaceae and Myrtaceae Fortnight: Succulent for identification 12 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1).

Kindly help with identification of this wild succulent, may be some
Sedum species.
Place: Shimla
Sept., 2012

Hope Sedum multicaule

 


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Is it also some Sedum species.
Place: Shimla

I think Sedum multicaule only.


Can it be Sedum alpestre


Sedum alpestre has never been reported from Himachal Pradesh. Going through the plant characteristics and keys, it appears only Sedum multicaule as suggested by …



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This species of Sedum is very common in Himalayas.. I will be sharing pics from different places, these are from Chakrata.. please suggest correct id..


May be Sedum multicaule as suggested by … on my post


Yes …, quite possibly…thanks…


This is again a Sedum from VOF, please provide your valuable suggestions regarding id..


Not sure but may be Sedum linearifolium


It could be Sedum multicaule because flowers are sessile


It must be Sedum multicaulis



 

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Sedum multicaule? ABAUG01/08 : 6 posts by 3 authors. 3 images.

I photographed this yesterday growing on a rock face. Is it Sedum multicaule? Please advise.
Above Mcleodganj, Dharamshala, HP
1800m

11 August 2015


Sedum for sure. nice close up and binomial seems to be correct based on this url bw line drawings: http://www.efloras.org/object_page.aspx?object_id=48404&flora_id=5
if there is a whole bunch of them
you could take a look at the petals from a few freshly opened flowers and see if they

share the features shown in the drawing esp D. and while you are at it..the rest of the measurements.


Yes it is Sedum multicaulis



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This was also recorded from VOF, please suggest id for this succulent..


Sedum – species in eFIoraofindia (with details/ keys from published papers/ regional floras/ FRLHT/ FOI/ efloras/ books etc., where ever available)


Pl. check with images & threads at Sedum oreades (Decne.) Raym.-Hamet


This does not match Sedum oreades (I have recently posted images from Kashmir).  However, it does appear close to the images posted as Sedum multicaule see: efi thread 1, efi thread 2 and efi thread 3.  So the location seems to fit, assuming these postings are correct.

Would have been helpful to know actual altitude where this was photographed.  I have never been to VOF.  Wiki says 3352-3658m (interesting that such a small part of the valley is assigned as such since the Britisher mountaineers who first assigned the name VOF first came across the valley at high altitude). I do not have any meaningful reference works for this part of the Himalaya but ‘Enumeration of the Flowering Plants of Nepal’ give 1500-3200m for the altitudinal range for this species, so just OK especially if located at the bottom end of the main VOF. Further West, Stewart knew it from 1200-2400m in N.Pakistan & Kashmir.



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Requested to please ID these flowers seen along the Govindghat-Ghangaria trail, Uttarakhand in Aug 2018.
Are they Sedum multicaule?

Thanks, … Efi page on this species available at /species/a—l/cl/crassulaceae/sedum/sedum-multicaule


yes a popular sedum for green roofs in uk. catching on in india


Thanks … The pics match the ones on efi.


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Chamba High.. al170811: Continuing with the collection from upper reaches of Chamba
this one is from the sedum family.. I think..

Location Chamba
Altitude 3000 mts
Habit herb
Habitat wild


Could this be Sedum sexangulare or Sedum sp.?

Please refer the previous discussion at efi thread


I think you’re right about this being Sedum… but the leaves looks different from your observation.. but then I am no expert..



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at a height of approximately 2000 mtrs in Himachal- June’09?; ID Reqd for HP Flora – indiantreepix | Google Groups


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Lohit Valley, Arunachal Pradesh- April 2010; Herb for ID 220610rk01 – efloraofindia | Google Groups


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26-09-2010: Chikka (10400 ft approx) Manali region; Sedum sp??171010-PKA2 – efloraofindia | Google Groups


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This semi-erect, malacophyllous herb was recorded from Pelling, during my tour to Sikkim and W.B. ..

Please suggest the id..


Is it wild?


Yes …, This was a wild plant..


Thank you … This is tricky, since FBI is not elaborate on this genus. Hard to guess… yet it should be one of two – 1) S. multicaule Wall., 2) S. trullipetalum Hook & Thomson! Since you already have the first one please check the probability of the second. But, I would say petals are more like S. multicaule and we have pictures of part of the plant, I think?


Sedum multicaule Wall.



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