cat tail;
Bangladesh (N) ; Cambodia (N); China (N); Fujian ; Guangdong ; Guangxi ; Jiangxi ; Yunnan ; Hainan (N) ; India (N) ; Arunachal Pradesh ; Assam ; Manipur ; Meghalaya; Mizoram ; Tripura ; Indonesia (N); Jawa (N) ; Laos (N) ; Malaysia (N) ; Mauritius (I); Myanmar (N); Peninsular Malaysia (N) ; Philippines (N) ; Ryukyu Is (N) ; Singapore (N) ; Sri Lanka (I); Sumatera (N) ; Taiwan (N) ; Thailand (N) ; Vietnam (N) as per ILDIS;


Flower ID help:  Location: Makunda Christian Hospital campus, Karimganj District, Assam
Date: 2nd October 2010
Equipment: Nikon D300s with Nikkor AF 70-300mm VR lens

The flower (?inflorescence) is about 2 feet tall.
I found it on the side of a jungle path along the side of a hillock (about 40 m tall).

How about Uraria crinita? (
B’cos I am sure its not U. picta, which has linear, painted leaflets and narrower raceme.

I am no botanist ! However, please find enclosed a picture showing the leaves of the plant. Please let me know the species

I think .. is right. Attaching herewith a paper for your reference. Attachments (1)



Lavender flowers : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2)

Here are some lovely, lavender-coloured flowers taken in October 08 in Dibang Valley, Arunachal Pradesh. Request identification please?

A botanist friend of mine ID’ed this plant as Uraria crinita.

Thanks, …
Links for Uraria crinita: (pictures), (details with pictures & uses).


Plant for ID : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1).  

Location : Thenhlum, Mizoram. Date : 20-10-2012. Habitat : Wild. Note : Uraria sp. ?

This is Uraria picta

I think it may be Uraria crinita (L.) DC. as per images herein rather than Uraria picta (Jacq.) DC.


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