Hyptis capitata Jacq., Collectanea 1: 102 1787. (Syn: Clinopodium capitatum (Jacq.) Sw.; Hyptis celebica Zipp. ex Koord.; Hyptis decurrens (Blanco) Epling; Hyptis macrochila Mart. ex Steud.; Hyptis mariannarum Briq.; Hyptis rhomboidea M.Martens & Galeotti; Mesosphaerum capitatum (Jacq.) Kuntze; Mesosphaerum rhombodeum (M.Martens & Galeotti) Kuntze; Pycnanthemum decurrens Blanco ..);
This is one of the most common herb i had seen at Andamans.
Date/Time: 18-12-2010 / 10:45AM
Location: Port Blair, Andaman & Nicobar
Plant Habit: Herb (30 to 50cm)
Lamiaceae & Verbenaceae Week: Lamiaceae-Hyptis capitata:
Bot. name: Hyptis capitata
Fwd: [efloraofindia:175592] Please help me for identification BT 2 : Attachments (1). 6 posts by 4 authors.
… some species of Leucas ?
It is like Hyptis rhomboidea
… oh yes, … more like Hyptis than Leucas.
This is Hyptis capitata Jacq.
Yes, H. rhomboidea is a synonym of H. capitata.
Hyptis capitata Jacq.
in Goa on February 21, 2012
in Goa on December 28, 2011
composite Id from Bangladesh SM 999 : 6 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (1)
nature: Shrub/ Herb
Location: Khulna, 2016
Or Lamiaceae ??
Pl. post photo of the lower portion.
Hyptis capitata (Lamiaceae)
Lantana trifolia L. SN Nov13 : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (3)
Lantana trifolia L small shrub from Virajpet area of Coorg, Karnataka
thanks very nice pictures
I am going to ask a silly question..
why would it be called trifolia when its only two leaves at the node?
New to me too. Is it native?
Was not aware of any other species from genus Lantana.
I had seen the name somewhere but never a picture or real life specimen
… this looks new to me too
Then it may be a Garden escape Lantana montividensis
This is Hyptis capitata, an invasive weed introduced to India during the last decade. Now widespread
Plant Id from Bangladesh SM 1001 : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1)
Do you have any other images ? If so, pl. post.
Asteraceae?? However, looks difficult to ID with this single image!
It seems correct as per images at Hyptis capitata
Adenostemma SN11121: 1 high res. image.
Wild herb near tea plantation in North Assam
I think looks different from images at Adenostemma
It seems close as per images at Hyptis capitata
Yes …, it is appearing so.
I too support for Hyptis capitata