S. India, Sri Lanka as per WCSP;
If you find that the leaves are acute, obtuse, rounded or subtruncate at base, then it is T. involucrata or else if leaves are cordate at base, then it will be T. praetervisa.  
  

 

 

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At kanakeshwar, Alibag– Oct’09?; in western ghat below Aswalkhind in Bhor taluk on 3rd oct.10; at Kanakeshwar, Alibag- 01Feb, 2010; Tragia involucrata – indiantreepix | Google Groups Tragea- – efloraofindia | Google Groups ID040809PHK 2 – indiantreepix | Google Groups 

 

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131011GK_Tragia involucrata:  Tragia involucrata of Euphorbiaceae family, a perennial twinning herb 
with stinging hairs all over the plant.


Nice photographs …. These are mine.


Tragia praetervisa.


Kas Week:: PKA7: Tragia involucrata: Climber from “Kas, Satara”.
Bot name: Tragia involucrata
Family: Euphorbiaceae

Tragia praetervisa



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Tragia involucrata: Fruiting of Tragia involucrata
Small climber with stinging hairs
Local Marathi name: Agya
Today at Siddheshwar, Alibag 


I do not know this plant, but I think its a very interesting looking flower and fruit with all those white “Hair” spikes … is it trying to mimic some hairy insect I wonder…?


All images of Tragia praetervisa.


 

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This climber is from “Kas, Satara”.
Bot name: Tragia involucrata
Family: Euphorbiaceae

Tamil Name: செந்தட்டி


Tragia praetervisa Chakrab. & N.P.Balakr.


Thanks … for the ID, … Salute to you and … for the efforts…


 

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Tragia praetervisa (Euphorbiaceae) :  Attachments (1). 2 posts by 2 authors. 
Tragia praetervisa Chakrab. & N.P. Balakr. – photo of this scandent shrub was taken by T. Chakrabarty at Madei Wildlife Sanctuary, North Goa, found growing on hill slopes in edges of evergreen forests at about 300 m altitude.


Nice to see a new species..


 

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Please ID…Climber…Urgent : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (4)
Date/Time-15/1/2017
Location- Dhnakavali, Dapoli, MH

Habitat- Wild
Plant Habit- Climber
Height-spreading type climber…
Leaf- Having pubescent hair


Tragia involucrata.


I was thinking of Tragia praetervisa. Look at the attached image.  Are they same?

Thank you … for looking into this ID.

I was not aware of Tragia praetervisa that you and Dr Balakrishnan ji have described.
Whatever Tragia sightings I have from northern Western Ghats are almost same as in the photo you have uploaded.
I will have to re-check what I have got in my collection.


Thank you …, Please look at your holding and ask my anytime for clarification. T. praetervisa is a highly overlooked species. Misidentified as T. hispida in Fl. Madras as well as Fl. Maharashtra and so on and  also as T. incolucrata in some cases.


   

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Tragia ¿ involucrata ?
Dear friends, and …, please help validate the ID of this Tragia.
Date: October 2, 2009
Place: near Koraigad, Off Lonavala, near Amby Valley
 

Tragia praetervisa Chakrab. & N.P. Balakr.


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Tragia ¿ involucrata ?
Dear friends, and …, please help validate the ID of this Tragia.
Date: January 16, 2011
Place: at base of Koraigad, Off Lonavala, near Amby Valley


Tragia praetervisa


  

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Tragia ¿ involucrata ?
Dear friends, and …, please help validate the ID of this Tragia.
Date: October 8, 2011
Place: at base of Koraigad, Off Lonavala, near Amby Valley
 


Tragia praetervisa.

 

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Line drawing of Tragia praetervisa (Euphorbiaceae) : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1) 
Presenting a line drawing of Tragia praetervisa.


Very nice, not everyone’s task…to be precise and artistic at the same time!!


  

 

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Tragia involucrate PK151212-1 : 2 posts by 1 author. Attachments (3)
Fruiting of  Tragia involucrata
Small climber with stinging hairs
Local Marathi name: Agya
Today at Siddheshwar, Alibag


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Itching plant. EUPHORBIACEAE FAMILY


Fwd: Id requested of a twiner : 11 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (1) – 6 mb.
Good afternoon Sir, requesting id of a twiner found around Tulsi plant today at Bhubaneswar, Odisha.
just blooming stage, gives severe itching on contact with skin, with white hairs on the leaves & stem twigs also,


Attachments (2)- 4 mb & 2 mb. 


Attachments (1) – 5 mb. 


Attachments (1) – 5 mb. 


we can count the first picture out. its so out of focus, its not usable and since the vine is obviously cut off the tulsi plant, it would have been nicer if you had flattened the leaves between some paper and taken pictures next day with an accompanying ruler for size and veins and a side view against light to see if there were hairs on either surfaces ot even the twig etc


It could be a species of Tragea (stinging nettle) climbing variety.  A wild guess.

For Tragea species ID other details of flowers, fruits etc are needed.

Thank you …, I also think Tragia praetervisa.


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