Trifolium resupinatum L., Sp. pl. 2:771. 1753;
Bird-eye clover; Persian clover; Reversed clover; shaftal clover;
Similar to T. fragiferum in inflated fruiting calyx but erect or ascending annual with up to 25 mm long leaflets; corolla pink to reddish-purple, corolla facing upside down, up to 10 mm long; fruit enclosed in inflated calyx.
India (I); Haryana ; Himachal Pradesh; Jammu-Kashmir; Punjab ; Rajasthan; Uttar Pradesh & other countries as per ILDIS;
Trifoplium resupinatum from Delhi – efloraofindia | Google Groups :
Fabaceae-Fabideae (Papilionaceae) Week: Trifolium resupinatum from Delhi:
Another nice catch beautiful flower lovely pink color and fruit depicting all the details.
 AP2- Wild Plant for id from Ambala Cantt Haryana:
Photograph taken on 18 Feb 2012
habitat-roadside, gardens, fields
wild growing plant
flowers small, pink
I think Trifolium resupinatum
Trifolium resupinatum indeed
Fabaceae (Faboideae) Fortnight :: Trifolium resupinatum :: Kaithal :: NS OCT 122/122 : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (5)
This Trifolium grows unwantedly in the field of Trifolium alexandrinum..
The head is attractive pink, this herb is also consumed by cattle, but if in excess causes flatulence
Trifolium resupinatum.. from my native place
Fabaceae (Fabideae) Fortnight: Trifolium resupinatum from Delhi-GSOCT81/86 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)
love the developing fruit
Herb For ID : Uttarakhand : 190413 : AK-1 : Attachments (1). 7 posts by 4 authors.
I too feel it is Trifolium pratense but my only doubt is the typical pale-coloured V-shaped marks on the upper surface of leaflets are missing
Could this be T. resupinatum as in flowersofindia.net?
Leaves are more like my picture.
Just a guess.
I also feel it may be close to images at Trifolium resupinatum L., although there is only a very small images posted.
110312::Merrut::Sl.No.2: 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)
Date/Time- 11th March, 2012
Location- Place- Merrut, Uttar Pradesh
Plant Habit- Shrub/Herb
Height/Length- Vary from 10cm to 60cm
I feel it may be close to images at Trifolium resupinatum L., although there is only a very small images posted.
From Pali Ghat, Rajasthan : 7 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (6)
Need id of small herb from Pali Ghat, Rajasthan.
Trifolium resupinatum L. ??
I’d requested 25: 2 images.
Which species of Trifolium is this?
Location: Rajouri J and k
Trifolium resupinatum L.
This is Trifolium resupinatum I think
Trifolium resupinatum have broader leaves than T.tomentosum …
Ok I will check it out
inflorescence mostly 5–10 mm in diameter, hemispheroid to spherical in fruit, subsessile or borne on a peduncle shorter than 20 mm, and stems 5–15 cm tall (vs. T. resupinatum, with the inflorescence mostly 10–20 mm in diameter, lobulate in fruit, borne on elongate peduncles 20–50 mm long, and stems mostly 10–40 cm tall)
… may check the details as per differences above.
(180509SCS) Melilotus indica ? : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2)
Crystal clear picture! However, Melilotus indica looks like the following:
Since the leaves look like those of strawberry, could this be
Thank you …, it resembles Trifolium fragiferum.
Can I name it T. fragiferum?
Identify the Asteraceae member?: 3 high res. images.
Please check Trifolium pratense L.
Shorter calyx lobes (twice as long as tube in T. pratense) and swollen calyx in fruit with hairs plus somewhat acute leaflet tip (not retuse as in T. fragiferum) suggest T. resupinnatum
Need ID: pinkish legume?: 5 images.
Bhopal, black soil
Trifolium pratense L. ??
Again resupinnatum I hope