Trachyspermum roxburghianum (DC.) H. Wolff, Pflanzenr. IV 228(Heft 90): 129 1927. (syn. Apiuminvolucratum Roxb.; Carumstictocarpum C.B.Clarke (Unresolved); Pimpinellainvolucrata (Roxb.) Wight & Arn.; Ptychotisinvolucrata (Roxb.) Lindl.; Ptychotisroxburghiana DC.; Trachyspermuminvolucratum (Roxb.) H. Wolff; Trachyspermumstictocarpum (C.B. Clarke) H. Wolff);
Radhuni, Wild Celery • Hindi: अजमॊड़ Ajmod • Tamil: Asamtavomam • Malayalam: Ayamodakam • Telugu: Ajumoda, Vamu • Kannada: Ajamodhavoma • Bengali: Randhuni, Shah jira • Urdu: Ajmod • Sanskrit: Ajamoda;
Apiaceae Fortnight :: ID Request :: Rajgad :: ARKJUN-08/08 : 4 posts by 3 authors. 2 correct images as above.
Requesting to please provide ID of the plant captured at Rajgad near Pune in December 2014.
I guess the images are probably mixed up. The image tagged Rajgad7 & 4 seemingly belong to be Trachyspermum roxburghianum.
While others seem to be Pimpinella sp.
…, you are right! Rajgad4 and 7 are clicked together and at a different time than the others.
I had not noticed the difference
Thanks for the ID…..
Rajgad, Dec 2014 :: Requesting ID of this plant :: ARKMAR-12/12 : 3 posts by 2 authors. 2 correct images as above.
Please ID this plant captured at Rajgad near Pune in Dec 2014. Is it some Apiaceae member?
Pl. check comparative images at Apiaceae
Seems to Pimpinella sp. please check it with local floras for sp.
FPHS, Agra : 6 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (4)
Need Id of small herb from rocky habitat of Agra.
13 March 2020
It is from Apiaceae …
It may be Trachyspermum roxburghianum…!!
Thanks, …, for the id.
To me also appears close to images at Trachyspermum roxburghianum (DC.) H. Wolff
2 images. Tiny herb seen on the grasslands.
Apiaceae. You should have clicked some more images of leaves and other parts!
Adding a picture taken today (11.12.20). Flowers and leaves suggest Trachyspermum roxburghianum.
This would be Scandix stellata.
… any characteristic that rules out Pimpinella wallichiana ?
Not Scandix stellata atleast, which has only 1-3 rays (as against ca 10 here) and sessile flowers (long pedicelled here).
I too think its Pimpinella tomentosa… Apiaceae family
… many thanks to all for comments … …, any comment on differing number of umbels in plants being compared ?
Umbels vary from 5-10 as per the references….
Many many thanks … convinced !!!
This is Scandix stellata Banks & Sol. … just as … suggested in this thread earlier.
It is definitely not Pimpinella tomentosa.Dalzell ex C.B.Clarke
It is not Scandix stellata Banks & Sol. as per images illustrated in various sites like POWO, GBIF.
Most probably not Ammi majus L. – an introduced plant, not recorded in northern Western Ghats.
In all probability, it must be Trachyspermum roxburghianum H.Wolff.