Perennial herb with opposite, sessile leaves, linear-lanceolate, connate at base; flowers minute, in axillary cymes, 1-3-flowered in leaf axils; sepals 2-3 mm long; petals free,slightly shorter than sepals; stamens 4-5, adnate to petals; follicles 4-5, 1 mm long with two minute seeds.
  











Tillaea schimperi (C. A. Mey.) M. G. Gilbert, H. Ohba & K. T. Fu in Novon. 10: 366. 2000

syn: T. pentandra Royle & Edgew.
Perennial herb with opposite, sessile leaves, linear-lanceolate, connate at base; flowers minute, in axillary cymes, 1-3-flowered in leaf axils; sepals 2-3 mm long; petals free,slightly shorter than sepals; stamens 4-5, adnate to petals; follicles 4-5, 1 mm long with two minute seeds.
Photographed from Chakrata Budher Caves Road. 


This is very interesting…thanks a lot Sir, I have to see my collection..

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25062014GS2 a herb for ID from Chakrata-GSJUN07 : 2 posts by 1 author. Attachments (1).

Kindly help in the ID of this small herb (Sedum?) photographed near Budher caves in Chakrata in September, 2011


Finally identified as Tillaea schimperi (C. A. Mey.) M. G. Gilbert.  (syn: Crassula pentandra) by … on Indian Flora Facebook Group.


  

 

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