Rorippa dubia (Pers.) H.Hara, J. Jap. Bot. 30: 196 1955. (syn; Cardamine sublyrata Miq.; Nasturtium dubium (Kunth) Kuntze; Nasturtium heterophyllum Blume; Nasturtium indicum var. apetalum DC.; Nasturtium indicum var. javanum Blume; Nasturtium sublyratum (Miq.) Franch. & Sav.; Rorippa heterophylla (Blume) R.O. Williams; Rorippa indica var. apetala (DC.) Hochr.; Rorippa sublyrata (Miq.) H. Hara; Sisymbrium dubium Pers.);
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Keys and difference from R.indica as per Flora of China (Fruit straight, (1.5-)2.5-4 cm × 0.7-0.9(-1) mm; seeds uniseriate; petals mostly absent, if present then often shorter than sepals and 1.5-2.5 × 0.2-0.7(-1));
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Brassicaceae herb from Assam KD 03 Jul : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (6).
Attached images are Brassicaceae sp., may be Rorippa sp. Please ID the plant.
Date :14.07.2014
Location: Assam
Family : Brassicaceae
Genus & species : Rorippa sp. (?)
Habitat: Grows wild
Habit : Smaal herb

Rorippaspecies in India & eFI with details & some keys


It looks me Arabadopsis thanliana


Appears to be Arabidopsis thaliana


My attached images are not Arabadopsis thanliana. In Arabadopsis thanliana flower is white, sepal and petal present (According to Flora of India, Vol. 2, page 231). But my sp. has no petal, only 4 sepal, erect, green in colour with pink spot (observations after dissecting the flower). I hope, it may be Rorippa dubia but not Arabadopsis thanliana.


Clearly not Arabidopsis thaliana which is much more delicate plant. Habit suggests Rorippa, and R. dubia (syn: R. indica var. apetala) looks likely ID.


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SK 2922 14 July 2021: 9 very high res. images.
Location: Kathmandu, Central Nepal
Altitude: 1825m.
Date: 14 July 2021

Habit : Wild
Rorippa dubia (Pers.) H. Hara or Rorippa indica (L). Hiern ??


This may be Rorippa dubia (Pers.) H. Hara as I do not see any petals (only have the sepals) in the flower as per Keys in Flora of China and as per FoC illustration.


Seems to be correct …


I too think so


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