Teucrium heynei V.S. Kumar & Chakrab., Phytotaxa 243 (2): 197–198 (2016) (Syn: Teucrium tomentosum Wight [Illegitimate]; Teucrium wightii Hook.f.) as per efi thread;
 
T. wightii (syn. of Teucrium heynei) ……………. Leaves thick, ovate obtuse, rounded or cordate at base, crenate at margin

T. plectranthoides…. Leaves membraneous, ovate acute, base entire truncate subcordate, deeply and irregularly serrate.  

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ANDEC28 Lamiaceae for identification : 10 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (5)

Nelliyampathy, Kerala
November 2014


nepeta? catnip


No idea ma’am. Anisomeles sp.?


Teucrium sp.


Supporting …


Teucrium species in eFloraofindia (with details/ keys from published papers/ regional floras/ FRLHT/ FOI/ Biotik/ efloras/ books etc., where ever available)


Looks like Teucrium only.


T. wightii Hook.f. as per another thread.


 

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Attachments (5) 
Family: Lamiaceae
Date: November 2014
Place: Nelliyampathy, Palghat District, Kerala

Habit: Herb
Habitat: Shola grassland

This was earlier identified as Teucrium sp. by …  and validated by …
Can this be Teucrium tomentosum Heyne ex Bentham?


no 


Dr. Sunoj Kumar (Calicut university) has identified this as T. wightii Hook.f. which is the common species occurring in Kerala. Key to the two species of Teucrium found in Kerala as provided by …:
T. wightii…………….. Leaves thick, ovate obtuse, rounded or cordate at base, crenate at margin
T. plectranthoides…. Leaves membraneous, ovate acute, base entire truncate subcordate, deeply and irregularly serrate.


  

  

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