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Euphorbia hispida from Kashmir University Botanical Garden: Euphorbia hispida Boissier, Cent. Euphorb. 8. 1860.

syn: Euphorbia emodi Hook. f.
A very distinctive species, a prostrate or decumbent hispid annual herb; stipules linear; leaves opposite, almost sessile, softly hairy on both surfaces, base obliquely rounded, margin sharply serrulate; cyathia solitary axillary or on short leafy shoots; glands 4, purplish, rounded-ovate with a broad white appendage; capsule strongly keeled, sparsely hairy.
Photographed from Kashmir University Botanical garden, growing along lawn borders and neglected areas. Photographed in August, 2011.


Euphorbiaceae Fortnight: Euphorbia hispida from Kashmir University Botanical Garden-GS-31: Attachments (4). 4 posts by 3 authors.

Euphorbia hispida Boissier, Cent. Euphorb. 8. 1860.
syn: Euphorbia emodi Hook. f.
A very distinctive species, a prostrate or decumbent hispid annual herb; stipules linear; leaves opposite, almost sessile, softly hairy on both surfaces, base obliquely rounded, margin sharply serrulate; cyathia solitary axillary or on short leafy shoots; glands 4, purplish, rounded-ovate with a broad white appendage; capsule strongly keeled, sparsely hairy.
Photographed from Kashmir University Botanical garden, growing along lawn borders and neglected areas. Photographed in August, 2011.  


Yes, this is Euphorbia hispida Boiss.



  
 
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