Afghanistan to Nepal: Afghanistan, Nepal, Pakistan, West Himalaya as per POWO;
Common name: Smooth Himalayan Pea
Baker ; perennial, leaflets 6-8 oblong, flowers in peduncled racemes. Orobus luteus, Linn. ; DC. Prodr. ii. 378. O. laevigatus, W. & K. Pl. Hung. t. 243. O. orientalis, Boiss. Diag. ix. 106. O. Emodi, Wall. Cat. 5948. O. aureus, Stev. ; Boiss. Fl. Orient, ii. 621.
West Himalayas, tropical and temperate zone, ascending from the salt range in the Punjab to 8500 ft. in Kumaon and 10,000 ft. in Khagan.—Distrib. Europe, Orient, Altai, Songaria.
Stems suberect, glabrous, 2-3 ft. high. Stipules large, leafy ; leaflets membranous, acute, 2-4 in. long. Racemes 6-12-flowered, equalling or exceeding the leaves. Calyx 3/8-1/2 in. ; lower teeth lanceolate, upper deltoid. Corolla bright yellow, twice the calyx. Pod linear, beaked, 2-3 in. long.
(Attributions: IBIS Flora (Flora of British India))
Fabaceae-Faboideae (Papilionaceae) Week :Plant from Paddar valley : Attachments (1 + 1). 7 posts by 2 authors.
Altitude: 3401 meters asl
I think flowers and leaves of different species are mixed up
Can it be another species of Astragalus or some different species.
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I am very happy that you are getting identifications fast now.
This is Lathyrus emodi (Wall. ex Fritsch) Fritsch ex T.Durand & B.D.Jacks. as per discussions at Lathyrus emodi (Wall. ex Fritsch) Fritsch ex T.Durand & B.D.Jacks. submission AS12 June22
Lathyrus emodi (Wall. ex Fritsch) Fritsch ex T.Durand & B.D.Jacks. submission AS12 June22: 6 images- 4 high res. images
A different Lathyrus. I saw it at an elevation of about 2700m in Tehri district while going to Panwali Kantha alpine zone. It was almost 30 years back. Nice to see it again.