Erect or straggling hispid herb with deeply 3-5 lobed or parted leaves with pinnately toothed or incised segments; flowers solitary; epicalyx 7-12, 10-12 mm long; calyx to 2.5 cm, inflated and enclosing fruit, scarious with raised purplish veins, petals 4 cm long, white cream or yellow with red base.
 
Hibiscus surattensis: Stem with recurved prickles; epicalyx lobes 8-10 with foliaceous appendages at or above middle, one branch nearly 1-2 cm long, second 0.7-1 cm long; stipules auriculate, foliacous, ca 5 mm.
 
Hibiscus trionum: Prickles absent; epicalyx lobes 12, filiform, without appendages, 8 mm long; stipules filiform, ca 7 mm.
 
 

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Malvaceae Week: Hibiscus trionum from KashmirHibiscus trionum L.,  Sp. pl. 2:697. 1753

Common name: Flower-of-an-hour, bladder ketmia, Venice mallow
Erect or straggling hispid herb with deeply 3-5 lobed or parted leaves with pinnately toothed or incised segments; flowers solitary; epicalyx 7-12, 10-12 mm long; calyx to 2.5 cm, inflated and enclosing fruit, scarious with raised purplish veins, petals 4 cm long, white cream or yellow with red base.
Photographed from Kashmir University Botanical Garden in August.


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Malvaceae Week-Hibiscus trionum 14092011:  Late entry for the subject week. Herb 30-50 & nbsp; cm; leaves lobed and toothed. Inflated calyx & nbsp; was seen in … post.


Thanks for completing the series of this interesting plant. The flowers had closed at the time (afternoon) I had photographed it. 


wow! Bhagwan ne phursat se banaya
Aapne phursat se photo liya 


 

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Please confirm ID : Hibiscus trionum : Srinagar : 141011 : AK-6: Picture taken at Srinagar on the 10th of Sept,11.
The leaves look similar to your pictures of the same on FOI.
Kindly validate.

You managed it it in flowers, when I photographed around 3 p m, flowers had closed. 


 

 

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Puffed up with Pride!! – 21Oct11AR01: A plant that is too full of itself!!!
Puffed up with pride, eh?!!! 

Height-18cms,
 fruit size- 2.5cms, No flowers, Habitat-Paddy fields, Leaf-trifoliate
& another appears palmate
in the picture, Herb, Guess – kind of
Balloon plant.  Balur, Mysore dist.
24Jul 2011 12:26PM


Yes Hibiscus trionum, I photographed this in Kashmir University in August


 

 

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Malvaceae (inc. Tiliaceae) Fortnight:Hibiscus trionum_Kashmir : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3) 
Hibiscus trionum from Kashmir


 

Hibiscus trionum L.,  Sp. pl. 2:697. 1753

Common name: Flower-of-an-hour, bladder ketmia, Venice mallow
Erect or straggling hispid herb with deeply 3-5 lobed or parted leaves with pinnately toothed or incised  segments; flowers solitary; epicalyx 7-12, 10-12 mm long; calyx to 2.5 cm, inflated and enclosing fruit, scarious with raised purplish veins, petals 4 cm long, white cream or yellow with red base. 
Photographed from Kashmir University Botanical Garden in August.


 
 
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