Agapetes incurvata (Griff.) Sleumer, Bot. Jahrb. Syst. 70: 105 1939. (Syn: Gaylussacia incurvata Griff.; Gaylussacia serrata Griff. [Illegitimate]; Pentapterygium rugosum (Hook. & Thomson) Hook.; Vaccinium rugosum Hook. & Thomson); 
 


 

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KG :: 16 August 2012 – 0005:: Request for ID from Namdapha National Park, Arunachal Pradesh:
Please identify this epiphyte species from Namdapha National Park, Arunachal Pradesh.
Growing as epiphyte in big trees, at a hight of 10-20m, flowering- November- December.


This may be Agapetes incurvata (Griff.)Sleumer var. hookeri (C.B. Clark)Airy Shaw. Family: Ericaceae. It is an epiphytic shrub. It is common near Subansiri (1200-1700m) AP.


Thanks  for sharing this wonderful flower. An epiphytic growing on large trees from Family :Ericaceae


Thanks … and …


 
 
 
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