Ligusticopsis coniifolia (Wall. ex DC.) Pimenov & Kljuykov (syn:  Ligusticum coniifolium
DC., Prodr. 4: 158. 1830 Selinum coniifolium (DC.) Benth. in Bentham & Hooker, = Pleurospermum cicutarium Lindl. in Royle, Oreocome
cicutaria (Lindl.) Edgew. = Oreocome filicifolia Edgew. Selinum filicifolium
(Edgew.) Nasir Selinum coniifolium var. filicifolium (Edgew.)
Aswal)
as per Himalayan species of Selinum L. sl – BioOne (Willdenowia, 31(1) : 101-124, 2001) – Michael G. Pimenov, Eugene V. Kljuykov, and Tatiana A.
Ostroumova;

India (W Himalaya: Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh), Pakistan as per Himalayan species of Selinum L. sl – BioOne (Willdenowia, 31(1) : 101-124, 2001) – Michael G. Pimenov, Eugene V. Kljuykov, and Tatiana A. Ostroumova;

Common name: Fern-Leaf Milk Parsley

 
Perennial herb with 3-4-pinnateleaves with linear segments; involucre bracts 1-5 or lacking, linear; rays 12-25 with up to 10 white margined involucel bracts; fruits oblong 4 mm long. 
 

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VoF Week: Selinum wallichianum from Valley:

Selinum wallichianum from Valley
Pls validate


This is Selinum filicifolium


 

 

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VOF Week: Selinum wallichianum? for validation:  This Umbellifer was shot from the valley…can this be Selinum wallichianum??


this is Selinum filicifolium 


 

 

This one was shot from the valley….help in id is requested…I had bundled it with what I think is Selinum wallichianum…but a closer look reveals different flowers…

Selinum filicifolium


Selinum filicifolium (Edgew.) E. Nasir,

syn: Selinum tenuifolium var. filicifolia (Edgew.) C.B. Clarke
Perennial herb with 3-4-pinnateleaves with linear segments; involucre bracts 1-5 or lacking, linear; rays 12-25 with up to 10 white margined involucel bracts; fruits oblong 4 mm long
Photographed from Khillenmarg Kashmir, 3500 m alt., 17 Aug, 2011 

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Umbellifer from North Sikkim for id: I would be grateful for help with identification of this mildly aromatic
common Umbellifer
found growing in Lachung, and other areas in North Sikkim
c. 3000m at this time of year. [image: P1020474 for id.JPG] 


Yes Selinum tenuifolium 


The correct name is now Selinum wallichianum (DC.) Raizada & H.O.
Saxena <http://www.theplantlist.org/tpl/record/tro-50005869>


It should be Selinum filicifolium as per keys at Flora of Pakistan


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VoF Week :: Selinum wallichianum at Valley of Flowers:  

Selinum wallichianum (DC.) Raizada & H.O. Saxena … (family: Apiaceae)
2 AUG 12
Valley of Flowers about 11000 – 12000 ft 


It should be Selinum filicifolium as per keys at Flora of Pakistan


 

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VOF Week: Apiaceae sp.— Selinum wallichianum???? at VOF: Could this herb be Selinum wallichianum?? (Family: Apiaceae).   


Yes … Selinum wallichianum


It should be Selinum filicifolium as per keys at Flora of Pakistan


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VoF Week: Flower from the valley for id please: Photographed this flower in the valley on 14.08.2012.

ID please.


It is Selinum tenuifolium with special reference to its roots are useful.


It should be Selinum filicifolium as per keys at Flora of Pakistan


 

VOF Week 300812_DS_10: Bunches of white ‘flowerlets’– on a long stem. I liked it.
Please do identify.


I hope Selinum vaginatum.


I think this is selinun vaginatum


To me looks like Selinum filicifolium (Edgew.) Nasir as per images herein. 



This looks different from my earlier upload..
Can this be Selinum wallichianum ?? 


efi page on Selinum wallichianum


I think it should be Selinum filicifolium (Edgew.) Nasir as per images herein. 


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Apiaceae Fortnight (June 2015):: For id from VoF:: NS-37/37 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)

I hope this is Selinum sp.
Your inputs please..pictures recorded from VoF..


Selinum species in eFloraofindia (with details/ keys from published papers/ regional floras/ FRLHT/ FOI/ Biotik/ efloras/ books etc., where ever available on net)


It should be Selinum filicifolium as per keys at Flora of Pakistan


 
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VOF Week 290812_DS_10: It seems very common in Himalayas- I have seen them earlier but do not know the exact Id. The second image is too hazy, yet by zooming in, the flower structure may help to identify.
Please help.

May be Selinum wallichianum


It should be Selinum filicifolium as per keys at Flora of Pakistan

 

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Plant for ID from Paddar valley J&K. 181211 SRANA 02: Request for Identification

Kindly identify the plant.
Date: 2nd August 2011.
Location: Paddar valley district Kishtwar J&K.
Altitude: 2500 meters asl.
Plant height: 50-70 cms
Plant habit/habitat: Wild herb


Perhaps Selinum sp., but better photograph needed for species ID


AGREE WITH …


It should be Selinum filicifolium as per keys at Flora of Pakistan


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it’s Apiaceae this time: This picture was taken in Kullu, on July 2012.
Some Apiaceae with pinkish/purple flowers. Please help me with identification.


Artemisia sp…??


It looks more like Selinum sps. to me….


It should be Selinum filicifolium as per keys at Flora of Pakistan


Selinum sp. for ID ABJUL2017/12 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (6)

This plant above Triund at about 3100m was beginning to flower. Could we ascertain its correct identity without fruits? I find it visually close to Selinum wallichianum but cannot be sure. Please advise.
Selinum wallichianum?
Above Triund, Dharamshala, HP
3100m
10-11July 2017

It should be Selinum filicifolium as per keys at Flora of Pakistan

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Saw this Apiaceae member on the way to VOF just at the start of the trail near Ghangaria, Uttarakhand in Aug 2018.
Requested to please provide ID.



Chaerophyllum villosum  ? 

Thanks, …, To me looks somewhat different. 


Ok, thanks. 

I think there is some mix up in the images.
Some flowering images are from Selinum vaginatum C.B.Clarke

On closer examination, ‘VOFIMG_0237.JPG’ looks to be different. The others appear to be S. filicifolium based on the white margined involucral bracts and the leaves.
VOFIMG_0237.JPG seems to be S. vaginatum based on efi pics.
Any feedback would be appreciated.


Yes, you are seems to be right as per images at Selinum filicifolium (Edgew.) Nasir and Selinum vaginatum C.B.Clarke 


References:
Himalayan species of Selinum L. sl – BioOne  Catalogue of Life  The Plant List Ver.1.1  IPNI  POWO
 GBIF (Selinum filicifolium (Edgew.) Nasir- High resolution specimens) GBIF 2 (Ligusticopsis coniifolia (DC.) Pimenov & Kljuykov) Flora of Pakistan  Flowers of India  India Biodiversity Portal  

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