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Arabidopsis himalaica from Apharwat, Kashmir:  Arabidopsis himalaica (Edgew.) O.E. Schulz in Engl., Pflanzenr. 86 (IV. 105): 283. 1924
Syn: *Arabis* *himalaica* Edgew., *Arabis* *rupestre* Edgew., *Sisymbrium* * himalaicum* (Edgew.) Hook. f. & Thoms., *Sisymbrium* *rupestre* (Edgew.) Hook. f. & Thoms.
Much branched herb, branches from base, densely hispid with simple and branched hairs; leaves coarsely toothed, upper stem-clasping, elliptic; flowers lilac, in  distinctly bracteate crowded  raceme; fruit linear, 15-40 mm long, 1 mm broad, glabrous or sparsely pubescent. Common in Khillenmarg and Apharwat mountain slopes in Kashmir, growing among rocks. Photographed in June, 2011.

Nice to see a himalayan countepart of this famous plant


The name seems to have undergone a revision. The current name is Crucihimalaya himalaica.



Crucihimalaya himalaica (Edgew.) Al-Shehbaz, O’Kane & R.A.Price, Novon 9: 301 1999.
Syn: Arabidopsis himalaica (Edgew.) O.E. Schulz; Arabis himalaica Edgew., Arabis rupestre Edgew., Sisymbrium himalaicum (Edgew.) Hook. f. & Thoms., Sisymbrium rupestre (Edgew.) Hook. f. & Thoms.
Much branched herb, branches from base, densely hispid with simple and branched hairs; leaves coarsely toothed, upper stem-clasping, elliptic; flowers lilac, in distinctly bracteate crowded raceme; fruit linear, 15-40 mm long, 1 mm broad, glabrous or sparsely pubescent.
Common in Khillenmarg and Apharwat mountain slopes in Kashmir, growing among rocks. Photographed in June, 2011.


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Brassicaceae Week ::110812- PKA10- :: Arabidopsis himalaica?? along Vasundhara Falls- Mana Trail..: This is one more Brassicaceae sp. Plant was with small size pinkish coloured flowers. Stem hairy. I had shared this plant earlier during VOF week. … had indicated that this could be Arabidopsis himalaica?? Sharing once again for ongoing Brassicaceae week.
Location: Vasundhara Falls- Mana Trail,
Date/Time: 11-08-2012 / 09:50AM
Habitat: Wild
Plant habit: Herb



VOF Week: Brassicaceae sp-2 from Vasundhara Falls- Mana Trail..: This is one more Brassicaceae sp. Plant was with small size pinkish coloured flowers. Stem hairy.
Location: Vasundhara Falls- Mana Trail,
Date/Time: 11-08-2012 / 09:50AM
Habitat: Wild
Plant habit: Herb

I hope Arabidopsis himalaica



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Arabidopsis sp.? ABAUG2017/14 : 5 posts by 2 authors.

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I photographed it during my trek to Indrahar Pass last month. Is it an Arabidopsis? Please help identify it.
Towards Indrahar Pass, Dharamshala, HP
3900m approx.
28-29 July 2017

Pl. check with comparative image at Crucihimalaya

I think appears close.


Crucihimalaya himalaica (Edgew.) Al-Shehbaz, O’Kane & R.A.Price


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