Perennial herb branched from base with 2-3-pinnate leaves with filiform to lanceolate leaf segments; involucre bracts 1-2, linear or lacking; involucel bracts 4-6 linear, as long or longer than umbellules; pedicels unequal especially in fruit; petals white to reddish;  fruit ovoid to oblong, 3-4 mm long, glabrous.
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VOF Week: Apiaceae- 2 for id from the valley: This is other Apiaceae member from the valley…this was having very small fruits…hope to get concluding clues…


Not very sure but reminds me of Vicatia coniifolia


Yes Sir Vicatia coniifolia



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ANJUN30/31 Apiaceae Fortnight: Please identify this herb (Churdhar Trip 30) : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (5)

Family: Apiaceae
Date: 26th May 2015
Place: Churdhar Sanctuary, Himachal Pradesh

Habit: Herb
Altitude: 2800 metres above sea level


I hope Vicatia coniifolia.



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This herb was recently recorded from Churdhar sanctuary area, Himachal Pradesh..

Please suggest the id..


I hope Vicatia coniifolia.



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Vicatia coniifolia DC., Prodr. 4: 243. 1830
synVicatia millefolia (Kl.) Clarke
Perennial herb branched from base with 2-3-pinnate leaves with filiform to lanceolate leaf segments; involucre bracts 1-2, linear or lacking; involucel bracts 4-6 linear, as long or longer than umbellules; pedicels unequal especially in fruit; petals white to reddish;  fruit ovoid to oblong, 3-4 mm long, glabrous.
Photographed from near Tungnath in Uttarakhand on June 1, 2013


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Herb for ID, Upper Manimahesh, Himachal Pradesh NAW-SEP17-11 : 5 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)
Kindly identify this herb with maroon to white flowers and coriander-like leaves photographed on the sandrasi meadows along the trail to Manimahesh at the altitude of about 3600 metres, in June 2017.

The leaves didnt taste like coriander.


Pl. check comparative images at 

https://sites.google.com/site/efloraofindia/species/a–-l/a/apiaceae/vicatia/vicatia-coniifolia as per comparative images.



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Attachments (3). 3 posts by 2 authors.
This is my last post for the fortnight..hopefully this is Vicatia sp…
Id help requested..
Thanks for going through the posts..


only species so far in efi is Vicatia coniifolia


Where is this from ? and elevation ?


Valley of Flowers.


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