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a-del-oh–KAR-ee-um — Greek: adelo (unknown, secret, or hidden) and karyo (nut)
lam-ber-tee-AY-num — probably named for Aylmer Bourke Lambert, British botanist
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commonly known as: Lambert’s borage • Marathi: हिरवी निसुर्डी hirvi nisurdi

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Endemic to: n Western Ghats (of Maharashtra, India)
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The key to Paracaryopsis (Paracaryum in old literature including Cooke) species is :

1. Nutlets glochidiate
2. Stem red, flowers pale blue with a darker centre —- P. coelestinum (Paracaryopsis coelestina (Lindl.) R.R.Mill is a
synonym of Adelocaryum coelestinum (Lindl.) Brand
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2. Stem green, flowers dark blue uniform in colour without a dark centre …… P. malabaricum (Paracaryopsis malabarica (C.B.Clarke) R.R.Mill is a
synonym of Adelocaryum malabaricum (C.B.Clarke) Brand)
 
1. Nutlets NOT glochidiate ———- P. lambertianum (Paracaryopsis lambertiana (C.B.Clarke) R.R.Mill is a synonym of Adelocaryum lambertianum (C.B.Clarke) R.R.Mill)

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Flora of 2008 : Attachments (1). 3 posts by 3 authors.

This is one the most beautiful flower

which I had photographed


Really wonderful!!! Hat off to you, …

Here was some confusion with Paracaryopsis coelestina, but I think it’s gone with discussions at http://flowersofindia.aceboard.com/286270-6129-5000-0-Boraginaceae-Paracaryopsis-lambertiana.htm

However, still it will be better to see other parts including leaves of the plant. Do you have any other pictures, …?


Where and when was it photographed



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DV :: 25 SEP 11 – 0905 :: Adelocaryum ¿ lambertianum ?: Please validate this plant to be Adelocaryum lambertianum;
photographed by my flickr friend Ryan Brookes
at Ambenali Ghat (~2500 asl) near Pratapgad, Maharashtra on two different dates 25 SEP 2011 and 3 OCT 2011.
My friend’s guess (as well as mine) is strongly based on …. comment at
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/indiantreepix/genus$20Matt…
Calling … also to validate this ID.
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Oh Yes. This is THE Adelocaryum lambertianum= Mattiastrum lambertianum= Parakaryopsis lambertianum (this last name I feel fits the best- considering its affinities). Very beautifully illustrative photos of the fruits. This character leaves no doubt in id as the flowers exhibit no specific difference from the rest of the species.
Great would be if more people can contribute location details. I have seen it on Korigad and Gaganbavda ghats.


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Boraginaceae Week :: Adelocaryum lambertianum along Ambenali Ghat: Adelocaryum lambertianum (C.B.Clarke) R.R.Mill
a-del-oh–KAR-ee-um — from the Greek adelo (unknown, secret, or hidden) and karyo (nut)
lam-ber-tee-AY-num — probably named for Aylmer Bourke Lambert, British botanist
Dave’s Botanary

Oct 3, 2011 … Ambenali Ghat, Maharashtra … photo taken by my flickr friend, Ryan Brookes
commonly known as: Lambert’s borage • Marathi: हिरवी निसुर्डी hirvi nisurdi
Endemic to: n Western Ghats (of Maharashtra, India)
Reference: Flowers of IndiaFurther Flowers of Sahyadri by Shrikant Ingalhalikar
more views: Oct 3, 2011 … Ambenali Ghat, Maharashtra … photo taken by my flickr friend, Ryan Brookes



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adelocaryum for id. mm1 7 10 2012:  adelocaryum lambertium perhaps

last week at mahabeleshwar
the stems were green, and the shape of the leaves more pointed in contrast adelocaryum coelestinum
unfortunately i did not notice the nutlets

would very much appreciate a confirmation


Me too get a feeling that it could be Adelocaryum lambertianum (please note the spelling …) … but cannot stress strongly. Hope you get a chance to visit the plant in a week or two to check the nutlets.


I wish I could but mahabeleshwar is a bit far



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Boraginaceae Week: Adelocaryum sp. for ID:  These herbs were shot on the edge of a cliff in Mahabaleshwar..
What can this be? Adelocaryum…..sp?


Cant help you with the ID  but must tell you love your pics
very well done. one of the technically better ones this week


Infact that’s the right way to photograph on Macro mode.

If all the pictures are taken in field then pl see the flower close up. Background is completely blank. In small objects to bring out the details this is the best method. On 400 ISO with 200 shutter speed photograph taken with the use of flash on F 32. F 32 providing very good depth of field so most of the picture is in sharp focus.

most of the pictures published in Macro Photography teaching books are taken with the help of Tripod to get the maximum depth of field.


Yes … Tripod is recommended for macro photography, but during last three months that I have used it, I find it difficult to spare so much tome when you are in field and have to grab more than 100 plants or so in different angles. I manage (canon 550d and 100 mm macro) with holding my hands as stable as possible to click close ups. I take multiple photographs, so that one or two in focus can be short listed.


you seem to have access to good books, … but…
I am not sure what you mean to say by .”” F 32 providing very good depth of field so most of the picture is in sharp focus. “” …. good meaning a lot of depth of field?


I think matches with images at Adelocaryum lambertianum (C.B.Clarke) R.R.Mill 


…: You are right as far as theoretical knowledge is concerned, but practically … what you describe is not  practical…

In the field its not possible to lug a tripod along with a ball head, quick release plate, and four-way focusing rail along with one’s 100 to 200 mm macro, various ND and enhancing  filters and a flash or two on a DSLR with the batteries…. these small flowers would need to be in perfect focus and so  a focusing rail would be a must …
I should know because I have done it…and still do when I am in a protected safe environ with friends when I have the luxury of spending up to an hour or so on one small group of flowers and take competition quality pictures….
but for the botanical survey or documentation or even for ID purposes …. or when in the filed when I have to take lots of pictures …. or I have to be nimble and be on the lookout for the local rowdies, (( too tiring by far, and unwieldy…  I did it a few times and stopped…))…now I just carry (not even my DSLR) but  the smaller/lighter prosumer…  SONY DSCH5.
and … is right.. hand-held DSLR with the new fast macro lenses do a good job…. ask … etc. and you’ll get very similar response…
and as we have seen from … recent pictures he is doing quite well holding his DSLR and the macro lens…  … does well with his DSLR Macro set up with two smaller flashes that he uses instead of a ring flash … I believe he uses them hand held when needed…
RULES ARE GOOD TO TEACH AND LEARN…
but once you master the art of knowing what you want to grab/document  and/or show to your audience… hand held does very well, indeed.



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Rajgad, Dec 2014 :: Requesting ID of this plant :: ARKFEB-02/02 : 6 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (6)

Please ID this plant captured at Rajgad near Pune in Dec 2014.


It seems to be Paracarium sp. of Family Boraginaceae.

For confirmation needs the flower.


Adelocaryum lambertianum (C.B.Clarke) R.R.Mill as per images herein.


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Names of Plants in India :: Adelocaryum lambertianum:  Adelocaryum lambertianum (C.B.Clarke) R.R.Mill, comb. nov.
[image: Adelocaryum lambertianum (C.B.Clarke) R.R.Mill, comb. nov.]<http://www.flickr.com/photos/dinesh_valke/6212014468/>
Photo courtesy: my flickr friend Ryan Brookes<http://www.flickr.com/people/ryanbrookes/>

*a-del-oh–KAR-ee-um* — from the Greek *adelo* (unknown, secret, or hidden) and *karyo* (nut)
*lam-ber-tee-AY-num* — probably named for Aylmer Bourke Lambert, British botanist
*commonly known as*: Lambert’s
borage<https://sites.google.com/site/indiannamesofplants/via-names/english/l…>•
*Marathi*: हिरवी निसुर्डी hirvi nisurdi<https://sites.google.com/site/indiannamesofplants/via-names/marathi/h…>

*botanical names*: *Adelocaryum lambertianum* (C.B.Clarke) R.R.Mill, comb. nov. … *synonyms*: *Mattiastrum lambertianum* Brand • *Paracaryopsis lambertiana* (C.B.Clarke) R.R.Mill • *Paracaryum lambertianum* C.B.Clarke ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
Photographed near Pratapgad (~3000 ft asl), off Ambenali Ghat, Maharashtra.


a-del-oh–KAR-ee-um — Greek: adelo (unknown, secret, or hidden) and karyo (nut)
lam-ber-tee-AY-num — probably named for Aylmer Bourke Lambert, British botanistcommonly known as: Lambert’s borage • Marathi: हिरवी निसुर्डी hirvi nisurdi

botanical namesAdelocaryum lambertianum (C.B.Clarke) R.R.Mill … synonymsMattiastrum lambertianum Brand • Paracaryopsis lambertiana (C.B.Clarke) R.R.Mill • Paracaryum lambertianum C.B.Clarke … The Plants List (2013). Version 1.1.

Bibliography / etymology
~~~~~ ENGLISH ~~~~~
Lambert’s borage
  • the commemorative epithet lambertianum, most probably is named for Aylmer Bourke Lambert, British botanist
~~~~~ MARATHI ~~~~~
हिरवी निसुर्डी hirvi nisurdi
  • Further Flowers of Sahyadri, a field guide of flowers of northern Western Ghats of India by Shrikant Ingalhalikar
~~~~~ x ~~~~~


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References:
IPNI  Flowers of India (Adelocaryum lambertianum syn. Paracaryum lambertianum, Mattiastrum lambertianum & Paracaryopsis lambertiana
India Biodiversity Portal (Adelocaryum lambertianum syn. Paracaryum lambertianum, Mattiastrum lambertianum & Paracaryopsis lambertiana)  
The Plant List (Paracaryopsis lambertiana (C.B.Clarke) R.R.Mill- Unresolved)

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