Lysimachia prolifera Klatt, Abh. Naturwiss. Naturwiss. Verein Hamburg 4(4): 30, pl. 16 30 1866. (syn: Lysimachia lineolata Edgew. ex Knuth);
China (W-Sichuan, NW-Yunnan), S-Tibet, India, Nepal, Bhutan, Darjeeling, Sikkim,
Chumbi, Myanmar [Burma], Pakistan (Hazara), Jammu & Kashmir (Zanskar)
as per Catalogue of life;
 
Prostrate to ascending herb with opposite to alternate elliptic-ovate to subspathulate leaves with winged petiole, glandular hairy; flowers rose-red in terminal corymbs; calyx cleft 2/3 with lanceolate 4-5 mm long lobes; corolla lobes 4-5 mm long, oblong-lanceolate; capsule globose.

 

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Unid from Tawang: TQ-Tawang-05 : Attachments (2). 3 posts by 2 authors.

A herb found in Tawang region, Arunachal Pradesh, above 3000 m.
Found flowering in June end.
To me it appears to belong to Saxifraga family.
Please identify


To me it looks Lysimachia prolifera Klatt (Primulaceae).


Thanks … for the ID. It seems to be the right one!


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Lysimachia prolifera Klatt (Primulaceae) shot in route to Sunderdhunga Valley Uttarakhand.


Thanks …, I remember you having identified our plant from Chopta area.


Thanks for showing this sub-alpine beauty.. 


 

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Lysimachia prolifera from Himachal [Kinnaur dist. 2600 m asl].


Very good photograph … We also clicked it on Chakrata trip.


Thanks … for unique upload..

…, please upload your pics from Chakrata trip, I could not remember..
I hope you are referring to the one with yellow flowers, Lysimachia alternifolia


Thanks … for liking the pics. 
I only wish that these wild beauties of Nature are there for adding colour to the lives of our next generations too..


Very good post. Beautiful flowers. Not solitary as against other Lysimachias.


 

 

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Lysimachia prolifera Klatt 
Prostrate to ascending herb with opposite to alternate elliptic-ovate to subspathulate leaves with winged petiole, glandular hairy; flowers rose-red in terminal corymbs; calyx cleft 2/3 with lanceolate 4-5 mm long lobes; corolla lobes 4-5 mm long, oblong-lanceolate; capsule globose.
Photographed from Okhimath near Chopta in Uttarakhand on June 1. 


Thanks Sir for showing nicely taken pictures…  Yes, you got this during Chopta Tour and not from Chakrata..


Beautiful Photograph of Lysimachia prolifera Klatt Kindly check it again as the stamens of the flowers are longer than petals and the baranches of the plants have reported as loosestrife


Thanks … for raising points. It had intrigued me also. If we consider Flora of Pakistan which says stamens included, but then contradicts it by saying that filaments are shorter or equalling corolla lobes. For me included means when stamens are not emerging from corolla tube. Another important point. The stamens appear exserted in side pose as lobes are spreading, but the total length of stamens does not seem to be exceeding corolla lobes.

Incidentally I have another population which I ignored in this upload, it has much different leaves strongly ciliate along margin, and flowers with what I would accept as included, the corolla lobes are also not spreading. I will upload it separately for critical appraisal.


Interesting discussion. Tells us how important are pictures. Side view of flower; character of leaves everything matters……

  

07062013GS1 a Herb for ID fro Chopta forest : Attachments (2).  4 posts by 3 authors.
This herb was growing commonly along moist shady areas in Chopta forest. Please help in ID.


Lysimachia prolifera (Primulaceae).


 

 

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Herb for ID : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2).
Pic was taken in the month off June 2014 from Ghangariya, district Chamoli, Uttarkhand.


There are two separate species in these picture. VPB2 2014 should be Lysimachia prolifera (Primulaceae).

Please also check in eFI-
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Thanks … for proper Id, as I was confused with Saxifragaceae members. and sorry for couple two different species in one due to mistake.


 

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Lysimachia prolifera? ABMAY2017/05 : 5 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (5)
This plant near Triund appears to be Lysimachia prolifera. Please advise.
Lysimachia prolifera?
Mcleodganj-Triund trek,
2800m approx.
03-04 May 2017

Yes it is L. prolifera (Primulaceae).


Thanks … for posting nice images, and … for confirmation.. I am yet to see this species!!

 

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Lysimachia prolifera Klatt : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (8)- around 600 kb each. 
Location: Jaubari, Sandakphu, India
Date: 13 May 2018
Altitude: 10000 ft.
Habit : Wild

 

 

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Lysimachia prolifera, near Duggalbitta Uttarakhand : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (3)
Lysimachia prolifera
we saw this near Duggalbitta Uttarakhand
at an altitude of about 7,800 feet
in the first week of may 2018

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