in-dee-GO-fer-uh — bearing indigo … Dave’s Botanary
kass-ee-OY-deez — resembles Cassia (from the Greek name Kasia used by Dioscorides) … Dave’s Botanary

commonly known as: cassia indigoHindi: फर्सी घास pharsi ghas, हाकनू hakanu, काथी kathi, नील neel, सकीना sakinaKannada: ಗೊಗ್ಗೆ gogge, ಕೊಗ್ಗಿ koggiKonkani: चिमनाटी chimnatiMalayalam: മണലി manaliMarathi: बारोली baroli, चिमनाटी chimnati, उन्हाळी unhaliOdia: ଗିବ୍ରୀ gibri, ଗିରଳ giralSantali: dare huterTelugu: కరకంది karkandi, సిరల్లి siralli

Native to: s China, Bhutan, India, Nepal, n Pakistan, Indo-China
This Indigofera is in the group with more leaflets 7-21. Only two species with more than 13 leaflets
—-Standard and keel petals hairy outside …. I.wightii
—-Standard and keel petals glabrous …. I.cassioides

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Indigofera cassioides: Marathi name Chimnati
At Rajgad, Pune
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Sinhaghad flora #4 | IDReq 09Mar2011AR01: Shrub, Leaf shape-Elliptic, size-4cms appr, Forest hills, Sinhaghad, Pune 05 Feb 2011


 

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Indigofera cassioides: Marathi name : Chimanati
11March,2012

At Mulshi, Pune


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Fabaceae-Faboideae (Papilionaceae) Week: Tree:  Attaching photo of Indigogera cassiodes (Chimnati in Marathi)
Photo taken as Satara


One more photo with leaves is attached herewith.

 

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in-dee-GO-fer-uh — bearing indigo
kass-ee-OY-deez — resembles Cassia (from the Greek name Kasia used by Dioscorides)
Feb 16, 2008 … at Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra
commonly known as: cassia indigo • Konkani: चिमनाती chimnati • Marathi: चिमनाती chimnati
Native to: s China, Bhutan, India, Nepal, n Pakistan, Indo-China
some views: Feb 16, 2008 … at Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra

Oct 19, 2007 … along ghat road leading to Kas plateau, Maharashtra


Nice clear pictures of Indigofera cassioides
I often confuse this with Tephrosia purpurea.
Anyway
This Indigofera is in the group with more leaflets 7-21. Only two species with more than13 leaflets (I already saw 21 in yours)
—-Standard and keel petals hairy outside ….I.wightii
—-Standard and keel petals glabrous …. I.cassioides
 

 


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KAS Week::(Indigofera cassioides – 07/10/2012-NJ): Indigofera cassioides – (Chimnati– Marathi)

 

 


 

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wildflower for ID:  Seen in the Wayanad/ Bandipur Sanctuary. A small leafless shrub covered with flowers.


Please check species of Abrus of Fabaceae family. Most probably Abrus precatorius.

I wish to see picture of leaves if you have the same.


I also have a feeling that this is Abrus precatorius as … indicated


Or, it may be Indigofera tinctoria.


I not think it is Arbus precatorius as I have the creeper in my garden. This was a tallish shrub with hardly any leaves.


I could see some leaves in the background. Would you try get a picture of those available leaves.


Thank you for your interest. Unfortunately the pictures I have do not show the leaves clearly. Will need to try and get fresh ones when I travel that way again. Once the plant stops flowering it blends in with the rest of the greenery in the forest and becomes difficult to distinguish!


I dont think this is Abrus.
I have never observed a brancehd inflorescence in Abrus..
May be some species of Indigofera, but not sure


Kindly Check with Indigofera cassiodes. It is often leafless when flowering.


I think … got it correct. Further, … guess was correct. The leaves in the background (kind of leafless condition) had given an impression of Abrus. Thanks to … and … for correcting me.

http://www.efloras.org/florataxon.aspx?flora_id=5&taxon_id=242326764
Kindly note the spelling Indigofera cassioides DC. syn: Indigofera pulchella Roxb.

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For ID: ID please.

Place: Amravati, Maharashtra.

Date/time: 20/8/11


Indigofera sp May be


Could this be Indigofera cassioides?

Please refer an earlier discussion


… as per your earlier discussion, branched inflorescence looks quite similar,
this would be indigofera cassioides

 

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indigofera cassiodes :  4 images. 1 post by 1 author.
indigofera cassiodes, mahabaleshwar

first week of march
saw a few bushes only at one windy spot
some of them were almost eight feet high
 

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Shrub for ID – Srisailam – 05022014-NAW2 :  5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (4).
Kindly identify this shrub with pink flowers growing in the forest of the Srisailam Tiger/ Wildlife Reserve. Photographed on the 3rd Feb 2014.
Height of plant about 1-2 metres.
leaflets about 3 cm. Mature flower about 3 cm. Immature pods about 3 cm.

May i hazard a guess that it is a Indigofera species?


Yes, probably Indigofera cassioides.


It is Indigofera cassoides.

its flowers are edible. some people from MP collect and eat as vegetable after cooking


Excuse me. there is mistake in spell of species name. correct one is Indigofera cassioides = Indigofera pulchella


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ANAPR49 Indigofera cassioides DC. : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (7)

Family: Fabaceae
Date: 24th March 2015
Place: Chikamagalur, Karnataka

Habit: Shrub
Habitat: Grasslands


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Indigofera cassioides DC.
near Kas plateau on October 19, 2007 
at Mahabaleshwar on February 16, 2008 
at Pachmarhi on September 19, 2013
 

 


 

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Indigofera cassioides from Satara.


very nice complete inflorescence pictures. loved it

Images by tspkumar

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TSPNOV2015-21:Images of Indigofera cassioides (Fabaceae) : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (4)

It is my pleasure to share few images of Indigofera cassioides (Fabaceae)
Habit: Shrub
Habitat: Wild, Grassy slopes..
Sighting: Mullaianagiri and Bababudangiri, Chikmagalur, Karnataka about 1500 msl.
Date: 22-10-2015 and 05-11-2015
 

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Date: 14 NOV 2016 … Altitude: ~ 1450 – 1600 m (4750 – 5250 ft) asl

Indigofera cassioides DC. … (family: Fabaceae)


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Indigofera atropurpurea Buch.-Ham. ex Hornem. ?? : 6 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (4)

 

Location: Pilot Baba Ashram, Bhaktapur , Nepal
Altitude: 5000 ft.
Date: 5 July 2016
Indigofera atropurpurea Buch.-Ham. ex Hornem. ??

Nepali Names: साखिनिया Saakhiniyaa  / निर साखिनो Nir Saakhino


 

 

Forwarding again for Id assistance please.
Pl. also check with the following:

Feedback from …:

 


FoP says plant about 10-15 c tall but this plant

is about 2m tall.

Flora of China says Shrubs, 1-1.5 m tall.


Thank you … I guess what efn has shown syn is not correct : Indigofera atropurpurea

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Robinia (Fabaceae) collected in Jammu & Kashmir State : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)
Please find attached the images of Robinia (Fabaceae) collected in Jammu & Kashmir State.

Resembles Indigofera tinctoria or cassioides, images not clear with all information,


Do you have habit image ? if so, pl. post.
Thanks, …, for the id.

I feel appears more closer to Indigofera cassioides rather than Indigofera tinctoria


Yes, I do.


Please validate the Nepali name साखीनो sakhino for Indigofera cassioides (syn. Indigofera pulchella).
Reference: Kumauni Culture

Nepali Names : मिरमिरे Miramire / फुस्रे घाँस Phusre Ghaans /  रातो मिरमिरे Raato Miramire / साखिनु Saakhinu



via Species‎ > ‎I‎ > Indigofera cassioides Rottl. ex DC. … family: Fabaceae

Flowers of India Discussions at efloraofindia more views in flickr more views on Google Earth
in-dee-GO-fer-uh — bearing indigoDave’s Botanary
kass-ee-OY-deez — resembles Cassia (from the Greek name Kasia used by Dioscorides)Dave’s Botanary
commonly known as: cassia indigoHindi: फर्सी घास pharsi ghas, हाकनू hakanu, काथी kathi, नील neel, सकीना sakinaKannada: ಗೊಗ್ಗೆ gogge, ಕೊಗ್ಗಿ koggiKonkani: चिमनाटी chimnatiMalayalam: മണലി manaliMarathi: बारोली baroli, चिमनाटी chimnati, उन्हाळी unhaliOdia: ଗିବ୍ରୀ gibri, ଗିରଳ giralSantali: dare huterTelugu: కరకంది karkandi, సిరల్లి siralli
botanical names: Indigofera cassioides Rottl. ex DC. … synonyms: Indigofera arborea Roxb. • Indigofera byansghatensis S.N.Biswas • Indigofera cassioides Rottl. • Indigofera cassoides DC. • Indigofera elliptica Roxb. • Indigofera gibsonii Graham • Indigofera leptostachya DC. • Indigofera pulchella Roxb. • Indigofera purpurascens Roxb. • Indigofera violacea Roxb. … GBIF
February 16, 2008 … Mahabaleshwar


Other recipients:
I sent Nepali names , did not you get ? Thank you. Saroj Kasaju
I sent Nepali names , did not you get ?

I must have missed your post in this thread. Thank you very much for the Nepali names for this plant. Will soon add them to my blog. I have given up updating the Google site because it is going to get sunset by Sep 2021.


Sir, I am a native speaker of Indigenous community Santali joined this group yesterday, happy to see my language mentioned there :-). As their was no script (Ol Chiki) for the added name so thought to correct and add one. I want to correct the name of the plant in Santali language, it should be as follows:

Reason follows:
Santali meaning: dare huter (dare – tree and huter – natively called hutad)
Corrected one:
Santali: ᱦᱩᱴᱟᱹᱲ Hutad

Thank you very much … I am very glad that the names of plants in Santali will be in its own Ol Chiki script, as well as validated for any errors.
I will incorporate the correction shortly in my notes.



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