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Very distinct from other species of the genus by its smaller leaves which are wedge shaped, toothed at tip

Sparsely hairy plant or glabrous plant, up to 1 m tall; lower leaves wedge-shaped to flabellate, 3-7 cm long, lateral margins entire, tip broad, toothed or lobed; upper leaves smaller, narrower often deeply divided; heads
nodding, ovoid or globose often in spreading panicles. Often used as medicinal plant. 
  

 

Artemisia japonica from Tiger fall area, Chakrata:  Artemisia japonica Thunb.,  Syst. Veg., ed. 14 (J. A. Murray). 744. 1784
Syn: Artemisia parviflora Roxb. ex D. Don; Oligosporus japonicus (Thunb.) Poljakov

Very distinct from other species of the genus by its smaller leaves which are wedge shaped, toothed at tip
Sparsely hairy plant or glabrous plant, up to 1 m tall; lower leaves wedge-shaped to flabellate, 3-7 cm long, lateral margins entire, tip broad, toothed or lobed; upper leaves smaller, narrower often deeply divided; heads
nodding, ovoid or globose often in spreading panicles. Often used as medicinal plant.
Photographed from Tiger fall area in Chakrata on September 18, 2011


Locally we called it as DHOR DAVANA

 

 

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Artemisia japonica Thunb., Syst. Veg., ed. 14 (J. A. Murray). 744. 1784

Syn: Artemisia parviflora Roxb. ex D. Don; Oligosporus japonicus (Thunb.) Poljakov
Very distinct from other species of the genus by its smaller leaves which are wedge shaped, toothed at tip
Sparsely hairy plant or glabrous plant, up to 1 m tall; lower leaves wedge-shaped to flabellate, 3-7 cm long, lateral margins entire, tip broad, toothed or lobed; upper leaves smaller, narrower often deeply divided; heads nodding, ovoid or globose often in spreading panicles. Often used as medicinal plant.
Photographed from Tiger fall area in Chakrata on September 18, 2011


 

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This pics were recorded from Chakrata area..I hope the id can be reached for this Artemisia sp.


I hope Artemisia japonica (A. parviflora)


Plant For ID : Flower Show,Mumbai : 210314 : AK-29 : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1).  

Seen at the flower show in Jijamata Udyan in Feb,2012.

Name given was ‘Surpain’.
Could be Artemisia species?


Found one more picture of the same plant.

Here, suggested name given was Surpine.
Hope it is the same medicinal plant.


Artemisia parviflora Roxb. ex D.Don


 
 
 
References:
GCC &  The Plant List Ver.1.1 (Artemisia japonica Thunb. syn. Artemisia parviflora Buch.-Ham. ex Roxb., Hort. Bengal. 61; Fl. Ind. iii. 420. 61)  


GRIN (Artemisia japonica Thunb. (Syn: (=) Artemisia parviflora Roxb. ex D. Don)) The Plant List Ver.1.1 (Artemisia parviflora Roxb. ex D.Don) 
Flora of China (Artemisia parviflora Buchanan-Hamilton ex D. Don syn: Artemisia japonica Thunberg var. parviflora (Buchanan-Hamilton
ex D. Don) Pampanini; A. japonica subf. tongtchouanensis
(H. Léveillé) Pampanini; A. tongtchouanensis H. Léveillé; Oligosporus
parviflorus
(Buchanan-Hamilton ex D. Don) Poljakov.)
Flora of Pakistan (Artemisia japonica Thunb. syn: Artemisia parviflora Roxb. ex D. Don; A. glabrata DC. in Wight; A. cuneifolia DC.; A.
japonica
var. parviflora (Roxb. ex D. Don) Pamp.; Oligosporus
japonicus
(Thunb.) Poljakov in Tr. Inst. Bot. Akad. Nauk. Kazakh.; O. parviflorus (Buch.-Ham. ex Roxb.) Poljakov
)  
India Biodiversity Portal (Artemisia parviflora Buch. -Ham. ex Roxb.) 

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