Hygrophila polysperma (Roxb.) T.Anderson, J. Linn. Soc., Bot. 9: 456 1867. (Syn: Hemiadelphis polysperma (Roxb.) Nees; Justicia polysperma Roxb.; Ruellia uliginosa Wall.);
lowland herb Hooghly 30-01-13 sk2:
Found this small herb in a lowland which remains underwater from July to December.
Species : UNKNOWN
H & H : about 15 cm high or less, diffused; flowers are about the size of R. parviflora or a bit smaller.
Date : 30/1/13
Place : Hooghly
…… this is also Hygrophila polysperma (Roxb.) T. Anders. !
Hooghly Today : might be Hygrophila polysperma (Roxb.) T. Anders. : 4 images. 3 posts by 2 authors.
This seems to be the one, described and illustrated in –
I found this small herb on the edge of a pond.
This plant is Hygrophila polysperma (Roxb.) T.Anderson. Besides other features the glabrous capsule with pubescent tip can clearly be seen in image no. DSCN7837.
And this is the same plant as in – efi thread, though in different stage of growth. This is more mature stage. More the waterline recedes the spikes of this plant elongate more, and the leaves, i think, reduce, both in number and size.
The following links might help to determine the species :-
2015april_sk01/01 : Hygrophila polysperma (Roxb.) T. Anderson : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (18)
One more time I share this, to show how the species looks at different stages of growth.
ACANTHACEAE FORTNIGHT:: For id from Kaithal::NS MARCH 34/34 : 8 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (4)
This small herb with minute flowers was recorded from my village, usually comes with rice crop (after rains)..
I am yet to know the name, the tentative id for me is any Phaulopsis sp., please advise..
Please check the probability of Hygrophila polysperma (Roxb.) T. Anders.
Yes agree with … Looks like Hygrophila polysperma.
There is only one Phaylopsis in FBI, P. parviflora Willd., the correct name of the genus is Phaulopsis (ref. Tropicos) though.
sk2015sept13/13 – Hygrophila polysperma (Roxb.) T. Anderson : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (4)
Unbelievable! …. isn’t it?
pls id this small wild herb about 10 cm high
found in Pujam Karnal Haryana (230 mts)
leaves opposite and flowers white
Please check for species of Adenosma
Acanthaceae …Hygrophila sp. ?? : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (12)
Presenting for identification and deliberation … is of opinion it is probably Hygrophila polysperma (on fb).
An auatic herbaceous plant from Surat, Gujarat, seen today (28.11.19) around 0930 hrs in morning.
Habitat a vacant plot, was waterlogged. Other plants around were Alternanthera sessilis, Hygrophila auriculata, some grasses, Stemodia viscosa, Ammannia baccifera.
Habit is prostrate, terminal part of stem or branches erect.
Flower very small…size evident compared to fingers in frames.
This herb is from Pench Tiger Reserve
Photo taken on 28-12-07
This forms like a carpet in wet area during winter
Please id this plant
My guess is Striga sp.
This looks more like a member of Acanthaceae not striga
Lepidagathis cuspidata ??
No. It looks different as per Lepidagathis cuspidata
Thanks a lot … for resurfacing. I think this plant is Hygrophila polysperma (Roxb.) T.Anderson…….
14102011-BS-3 Small herb for id from Pujam Karnal:
about 10-20 cm high wild with white flowers
Shot in Pujam Karnal Haryana (230 mts)
pls id …
Check for Asystasia mysorensis...looks similar to the one posted by me
Not agree with Asystasia mysorensis
Just a wild guess
I don’t remember about any aroma. I think Aroma was not there in this herb
Yes, there was no aroma, as we shot this herb together..from the same place..
Acanthaceae, probably a member of Justicia
I think it is Hygrophila polysperma as per images and details herein.
Justicia sp? SN9121: 3 images.
Details are not clear.
May I request you to pl. post high resolution images of 1st two images.
Pl. check comparative images at Lythraceae
Maybe some Rotala species as per comparative images herein.
It is close to Hygrophila polysperma (Roxb.) T.Anderson of our comparative images.
It reminds me of Hygrophila polysperma, Indian Swampweed, a very variable plant.