Hypericum dyeri Rehder in Journ. Arnold Arbor. 20:422. 1939. N.K.B.
Robson in K.H. Rech., Fl. Iran. 49:4.1968; in Journ. R.H.S. 95:490.1970. (Syn: Hypericum
coriaceum Royle

; Hypericum
govanianum Wall.

; Hypericum
lysimachioides Wall. [Numer. List No. 4817.1831, nomen] ex Dyer
);
(India: Himalayas from 900 to 2500 m. Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal (Darjeeling); Pakistan, Nepal and Bhutan) as per BSI flora of India (1993)
 
Common name: Dyer’s Hypericum  
 


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Kalatope Hypercium id al240911: Another Hypercium from the sanctuary

Location Kalatope, Chamba
Altitude 2100 mts

Habit shrub
Habitat wild
leaves 6 cm
flower 3 cm
ovary same length as styles
Plant height 4-5 feet

looks like Hypericum elodeoides
But height seems to be much more than H elodeoides


I too think this is Hypericum elodeoides Choisy in Candolle, Prodr. 1: 551. 1824. (Syn: Hypericum napaulense Choisy)
Some plants can be bit taller than the descriptive plant after all genetics plays the game.


Hypericum elodeoides is a perennial herb scarcely exceeding 60 cm. This should be H. lysimachoides Wall. which is now correctly known as H. dyeri Rehder



Habitat: mountain slope
Habit: much branched shrub, about 2 – 3 m high


May be hypericum perforatum????


I think H. perforatum is a herb where as the plant here looks more like a big Climbing Shrub. I had also seen this along the same trail.


We may also think about Hypericum dyeri ????



What beautiful images …! Words fail me!
This should be Hypericum oblongifolium
http://www.efloras.org/object_page.aspx?object_id=115296&flora_id=5
http://www.flowersofindia.net/catalog/slides/Pendant%20St%20Johns%20Wort.html


 I think … was right, Hypericum dyeri

Narrow almost elliptic-lanceolate, short petiole, sepals linear-lanceolate, spreading in bud all point to H. dyeri.
Flower size should help further.


the flower measures about 4 cm across.


Yes …, i feel the same , around 4cm across.


Yes flower was 4-4.5 cm. in dia



 

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VOF Week: Hypericum sp. 2 for id from back trek: This Hypericum sp. was captured while coming down to Gobind Ghat…identification please…


Sepals long, spreading in bud also, leaves lanceolate………………..I think Hypericum dyeri

I have been wondering if this dyer was the indian infamy dyer … no… its a different MR. Dyer… I was glad… so would you all… googled for “who is this plant named for: hypericum dyeri? “
middle of the page got me the Flowers of India page and there I found the following…
I quote…..”Dyer’s Hypericum is named for Robert Allen Dyer, 20th century South African botanist and taxonomist” end quote….
so am glad to know
and lesson… even before googling just go to FOI site…chances are the answer’s going to be staring at tyou to discover it…


 

 

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This species was shot from valley of flowers, Uttrakhand..
This was identified as Hypericum dyeri …wanted to reconfirm please..


I think yes, calyx seem to be very distinct.


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Hypericum dyeri? ABAUG2016/46 : 5 posts by 2 authors. 3 images.

While looking through Hypericum resources, I realised that I had photographed one on my walk to Triund on 31 July and didn’t edit. Looking at the spread lanceolate sepals, I guess this to be H. dyeri. Please advise.
Hypericum dyeri?
Mcleodganj-Triund, HP
2300m approx.
31 July 2016.


I think matches with images at Hypericum dyeri

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Hypericum choisianum Wall. : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (2).

Date: 26 JULY, 2014
Location: On the way to Kalinchok, Dolakha District, East Nepal
Altitude : 8000 ft.


Also check with images at Hypericum uralum


I think more close to images at Hypericum dyeri Rehder 

 

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VOF Week: Hypericum sp?? along Govindghat- Ghangaria route: Came across this Climbing Shrub along “Govindghat-Ghangaria” route.
Looks like some Hypericum sp. (Family: Hypericaceae).
Date/Time: 10-08-2012 / 09:40AM
Habitat: Wild.

Hypericum oblongifolium
http://www.efloras.org/object_page.aspx?object_id=115296&flora_id=5


Wonderful. Thanks … for the ID. Very convincing.


I think matches with images at Hypericum dyeri


Came across this Climbing Shrub along “Govindghat-Ghangaria” route.
Hypericum oblongifolium, (Family: Hypericaceae).
Date/Time: 10-08-2012 / 09:40AM
Habitat: Wild.

Very good photographs


I think matches with images at Hypericum dyeri


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Hypericum oblongifolium from the way to Ghangriya. This was quite common after 3 kms way
pls validate


Yes …
Many thanks to … for giving the ID in my post …https://groups.google.com/d/msg/indiantreepix/HydtQv_FoZc/wtTMKeOpMyIJ

Yes this is Hypericum oblongifolium with larger sessile leaves and broader calyx lobes.

Clearly different from one uploaded by …


I think matches with images at Hypericum dyeri

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Hypericum sp. for ID?? – en-route Niharni – GHNP – PKA80 :  5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (5)

Seen this Shrub on Shakati – Niharni trek route at GHNP at an altitude of approx. 2000m.
Bot. name:  Hypericum sp.  ?? 
Could this be Hypericum dyeri ??

Family: Hypericaceae
Date/Time: 02-10-2014 / 9:30AM
habitat: Wild


Hypericumspecies in eFIoraofindia (with details/ keys from published papers/ regional floras/ FRLHT/ FOI/ efloras/ books etc., where ever available)


Can be Hypericum oblongifolium. 


It should be Hypericum oblongifolia


I think matches with images at Hypericum dyeri

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Hypericaceae, Clusiaceae and Dipterocarpaceae Fortnight: Hypericaceae : Hypericum oblongifolium:: en-route Niharni – GHNP : -PKA-Nov-21: : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (5).
Seen this Shrub on Shakati – Niharni trek route at GHNP at an altitude of approx. 2000m.
Bot. name: Hypericum oblongifolium
Family: Hypericaceae
Date/Time: 02-10-2014 / 9:30AM
habitat: Wild


Very good photographs


I think matches with images at Hypericum dyeri

 

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Kindly help in the ID of this Hypericum sp. photographed from below Chopta in Uttarakhan at alt of approx 2600 m.


Hypericum  – species in eFIoraofindia (with details/ keys from published papers/ regional floras/ FRLHT/ FOI/ efloras/ books etc., where ever available)


I think matches with images at Hypericum dyeri Rehder 

Hypericum sp for id from Govindghat Ghangriya Trek
sp pls


I think matches with images at Hypericum dyeri Rehder 


 

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Saw this along the near the start of the Govindghat – Ghangaria trail, Uttarakhand in Aug 2018. This was a climbing shrub.
It was raining and therefore could not get clearer pics.
Which Hypericum is this? Requested to please provide ID, if possible.


Yes. Pl. check comparative images at 


Thanks, … To me appears close to images at Hypericum dyeri Rehder as per comparative images at Hypericum

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