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Base of uppermost pair of leaflets decurrent……P. josephiana
Base of uppermost pair of leaflets cuneate
Peduncle and hypanthium without gland tipped multicellular hairs………………….P. polyphylla
Peduncle with hypanthium with gland tipped multicellular hairs………………….P. lineata
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Potentilla lineata Trev., Ind. Sem. Vratislav. 1822 (1822); A Systematic Revision of Potentilla L. Section Leptostylae (Rosaceae) in the Himalaya and Adjacent Regions, Bulletin No.39 THE HIMALAYAN PLANTS VOLUME 3 Edited by Hideaki Ohba 1999 TOKYO
Syn: P.fulgens Wall. ex Hook. in Bot. Mag. 53: t. 2700 (1826). Lehm., Rev. Potentilla. 54 (1856). Hook. f., Fl. Brit. Ind. 2: 349 (1878)
We have this plant under the name P. fulgens, uploads by me, … from Chakrata and others from VOF. The plant looks similar to P. polyphylla Wall. ex Lehm (Syn: P. mooniana Hook.f. FBI) and Potentilla josephiana H. Ikeda et H. Ohba (syn: P.fulgens Wall ex Hook. var. intermedia Hook.f., Fl. Brit. Ind. 2: 350 (1878). as under
Base of uppermost pair of leaflets decurrent……………………………………………….P. josephiana
Base of uppermost pair of leaflets cuneate
Peduncle and hypanthium without gland tipped multicellular hairs………………….P. polyphylla
Peduncle with hypanthium with gland tipped multicellular hairs………………………P. lineata
Perennial herbs; stems and petioles densely spreading hairs and pubescent; radical leaves up to 5-30 cm long including petiole; leaf blade interrupted pinnate with 5-13 pairs of leaflets, terminal leaflet broadly obovate to oblong, 2-4 cm long, up to 1.5 cm broad; white sericeous to tomentose beneath, sharply serrate; cauline leaves smaller; flowers yellow, 10-15 mm across, in corymbose cymes; pedicel 2-4 cm long, both peduncle and pedicel with gland-tipped multicellular and simple hairs; epicalyx segments entire or with 3-6 teeth; sepals entire; petals obovate, apex rounded; style subbasal.

Photographed from Deovan Herbal Garden, Chakrata on September 17, 2011



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Flora of Chakrata: Potentilla fulgens from Herbal Garden Deovan Chakrata: Potentilla fulgens from Herbal Garden Deovan Chakrata
again Important Medicinal Plant

ethnobotanically important… tribals in Meghalya chew the roots with Paan and katha … and medicinaly the roots are given in concoctions to reduce blood sugar in diabetes…



Rosaceae Week : Potentilla fulgens Wall. ex Hook. from Chakrata: Potentilla fulgens Wall. ex Hook.
From Chakrata



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VoF Week: 13092012 BS-1 Potentilla sp-2 for id from Valley: Potentilla sp-2 for id from Valley


Same P. fulgens I think


Thanks Sir



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VOF Week: Potentilla sp-3 for ID from VoF: Potentilla sp-3 for ID from VoF.


Potentilla fulgens…as suggested by recent similar uploads..


Lower leaves please??

Otherwise looks like P. fulgens only



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VOF Week: Potentilla sp-2 for ID from VoF: Potentilla sp. seen at VoF.
Date/Time: 08-08-2012 / 09:50AM.


Perhaps Potentilla fulgens


Yes P. fulgens only



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VOF Week 310812_DS_03: Another set for id please, found on the way to VOF, near the end of the route.


Perhaps Potentilla argyrophylla


No. This is Geum elatum. Potentilla argyrophylla will have silvery hairs on the leaves. This one doesn’t have. Another difference is that some of the leaves have winged petioles and sometimes it looks like there are more than three leaflets.


Agreed with …, it is not P. argyrophylla as silky hairs are missing

But I feel it is not even Geum elatum (now Acomastylis elata) which is a much different and smaller plant
To me now this appears as Potentilla fulgens with interruptedly pinnate basal leaves and taller plant.

Further feedback is solicited.


Hi, …, Should it be Potentilla lineata Trevir. as per your other posting at efi thread ?



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Potentilla ??? from Valley
pls id sp
IN KK Murthy Book pg no 110 this is idified as Potentilla argyrophylla

pls validate


the lowest leaves are interruptedly pinnate

Could be Potentilla fulgens only.


Hi, …, Should it be Potentilla lineata Trevir. as per your other posting at efi thread ?


P. lineata seems crrect.



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Fwd: Potentilla lineata Syn. P. fulgens var.macrophylla : 3 posts by 1 author. Attachments (2)

Sharing some pictures of P. lineata shot at Nagarkot, Nepal on 8 July 2016 at 7000 ft.


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Marvellous captures!!!



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Potentilla lineata : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)

Sharing some pictures of P. lineata shot at Nagarkot Nepal on 8 July 2016 at 7700 ft!


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Adding some fruiting pictures of Potentilla lineata shot at the same location on 13 august 2016. Attachments (4)

ID validation please.


Pl. check with images and keys at

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Potentilla lineata ABAUG2016/26 : 3 posts by 2 authors. 7 images.
This one is from my earlier walk to Triund. Please validate.
Mcleodganj-Triund, HP
2300m and above
31 July 2016.

Loved all these beautiful images in a complete set.



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Flower for Id- ID06122016SH1 : 7 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)
Flower for Id pl.
Location – Mawphlang, East Khasi Hills, Meghalaya

Date – 18.10.2016


Please check Potentilla sp.


Check for Potentilla lineata Rosaceae


Is it Potentilla simplex ?


efi page on Potentilla lineata 
There is no distribution of Potentilla simplex in India as per Catalogue of Life

To me it appears close to Potentilla lineata as per images in thread by …



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Potentilla lineata? ABAUG2017/22 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (10)

This cinquefoil was about the most common along with Acomastylus elata on my way to the Indrahar Pass. I started encountering it at about 2200m and continued to see it till about 3800m if I remember it correctly. I think this is likely to be Potentilla lineata. Please advise.
Potentilla lineata?
Gallu-Triund-towards Indrahar Pass, Dharamshala, HP
2200m and above.
28-29 July, 05 August 2017

Thanks, …, for such wonderful images.



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Potentilla suina ? : 10 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (3)
Wild herb from Tungnath area

I could not find any species with this name.


Potentilla supina?

Does not match with images at

…, thanks for sharing. The plants with this mail having pinnate leaves is Potentilla fulgens and another trifoliolate with runners (passing through P.fulgens) is Fragaria nubicola.

Difficult to say with this evidence but the leaves look similar to Potentilla polyphylla and the hairy P. lineata. Undersurface of the leaves will help (silvery in lineata, light green in polyphylla).


Thanks, … It may be Potentilla lineata as per images & keys herein.


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SK815 20 OCT-2017:ID : 9 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (5)
Location:  Deurali, Dolkha, Nepal
Date: 6 September 2017
Elevation : 7700 ft.
Potentilla ……???

I think recently somebody posted similar images and it was identified. Pl. check.


Pl. check with images at Potentilla lineata

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Potentilla fulgens Wall. ex Hook. ???
Potentilla lineata Trevir. ???
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Both are same as per Potentilla lineata


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Potentilla lineata Trevir. : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (9) – around 600 kb each.
Location: Kakani,  Nepal
Altitude :6000 ft.
Date: 19 June 2018

Habit : Wild    

Syn : Potentilla fulgens Wall. ex Hook.



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MS Oct,2018/22 Potentilla sp. ? for Id : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)

Location : Lurh, Mizoram

Date : 03-10-2018
Habit : Prostrate herb ??
Habitat : Wild

What are the species reported in your area?

The following spp. are reported in my area :- Potentilla gerardiana, P.lineata & P. sundaica


Pl. check with images and details at Potentilla lineata
To me appears close.
Do not find these close to images at Potentilla sundaica and Potentilla gerardiana


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SK969 07 FEB-2018 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)

Location: Simana Busti Mirik, India 
Date: 21 May  2017
Altitude: 7500 ft. 
This time leaves only !
Potentilla sp., which one?

Appears so.


Potentilla lineata ??


Yes, appears close as per images at Potentilla lineata


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Rosceae week: Potentilla polyphylla_RKC05_04102011 : 8 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (2)

Potentilla polyphylla for you.
Loc.: On way to Churdhar, Himachal Pradesh (ca 1500m)
Date: 10th August, 2010.


I have been looking at images of a Potentilla posted from Nepal which I think may prove to be P.lineata (syn. P.fulgens). Checking
differences between this and P.polyphylla, I note that P.polyphylla is given a distribution of Kumaon to Bhutan not H.P.  Also, in Nepal its

altitudinal range is 2700-4600m, so to find it 1100m lower than previously recorded and in HP, would be a surprise. I therefore must cast doubt on the identification here. Will look again another time.


Further to my recent post, I have just checked with ‘Flora Simlensis’ (which includes Churdhar).  This has 10 species of Potentilla but not P.polyphylla.


I hope P. lineata


Argentina lineata (Trevir.) Soják ?? Syn : Potentilla lineata Trevir.



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Identification : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)- 1 mb or more.

Please help me in identification of the plant.

Collected from Munsiyari (Pithoragarh).

Date ?? Elevation ?? Looks like Potentila sp.


Collected on 06.04.2019, height 2200 masl. From Munsiyari(Pithoragarh) 


I think P. anserina


Potentilla lineata ??


I think you are right …


 


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