Phyllodium longipes (Craib) Schindl. (Syn: Desmodium longipes Craib; Desmodium longipes Craib; Desmodium tonkinense Schindl.): 
 

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Shibpur Bot. : unknown : 17 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (1).     

I have only this picture of this garland!

Rhynchosia sp.


Sorry, not Rhynchosia, I meant to say Flemingia. I do not recollect species.


Thank you Sir, Bimal Da also suggested Flemingia and the closest species I could find is Flemingia strobilifera (L.) W.T.Aiton.


Looks like Desmodium pulchellum.


Thank you very much Madam. But the leaves seem to be not trifoliolate. I agree that the picture is not clear though. Attaching the entire frame I captured.


It is Phyllodium longipes (Craib) Schindl. (Fabaceae).

As mentioned with picture in “Plants of Indian Botanic Garden” by H.J.Chowdhery and D.S.Pandey (2007).


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Thank you very much Sir. I have recorded more photographs today (23.8.14), but this time another individual located at another place in the garden. Attachments (5).


This book is presently not available in the bookstores. Can you please tell if this book features or refers to a palm, forest-bismarckia (Satranala decussilvae)?


I forgot to inform that I have already received the reply mail from … instantly.


This plant is planted along the main path at the AH soc garden ALipore

they introduced it to local gardeners as a curiosity, SUrajit You’ll find them if you walk to your right after coming out of the main office.   
they look wonderful in the summer, nice curious plants with long tail hanging.

now many gardens sport them but in winter they rather look sad but add color and some height and texture to the rows by the wall.

Yes, Didi, perhaps the first photograph in this thread is from the same place where, if I remember well, a few bungalow type quarters located.

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Need identification of this plant : 6 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (1)
Please help in identification of this plant.


Phyllodium sp?


Phyllodium longipes

popularized by horticulturists in recent times


Yes; Showy desmodium. Phyllodium pulchellum/ Desmodium pulchellum,

Last week l have also posted this plant. Identification- courtesy …  


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Phyllodium longipes, as identified by … seems correct.
A photo uploaded by me was taken in a jungle lodge at Corbett National Park, so it is difficult to examine leaf morphology again.
However, from the details of taxonomical keys to differentiate Phyllodium species it emerges that this image is
P. longipes.
It says: Terminal leaflet lanceolate or oblong, 13–20 cm, often 4–5 × as long as lateral ones.
I have again attached details.
I request the community to decide between P. longipes and P. pulchellum
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Location: Kolkata, India
Date: 8 September 2017
Elevation : 25 ft.


Phyllodium longipes


Family:Fabaceae 
Subfamily:Faboideae
 

Phyllodium, Fish Scales 


Thank you …! Phyllodium longipes (Craib) Schindl.


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Pls ID-Cochin.RT121114Nov-1 : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (5)
Pls ID.
Place-Cochin
Habitat-cultivated garden.
Height-3 feet.


It seems Phyllodium pulchellum (L.) Desv (=Desmodium pulchellum (L.) Benth.)


Looks like Phyllodium pulchellum to me too.


I think Phyllodium longipes being cultivated, as per images herein and as per keys at Flora of China


Looks like Phyllodium to me. But I am not familiar with this cultivated species.


Noted with thanks. 


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ID PLS MSC/02/08082016 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)

Encl pls find unknown plant pics. I picked this from a nursery near Mumbai. The new foliage in (UNI – 1) resembles a braid.
I was told its a rare / uncommon plant. 
Can you help ID this plant ? 


not very uncommon now. its a phyllodium. could be phyllodium pulchellum?? need to verifybut would better pictures of the “flowering ” organs. gardeners love them.    
several species of these for uniqueness, height and interesting anatomy


I think Phyllodium longipes being cultivated, as per images herein and as per keys at Flora of China 


 

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Desmodium at Lalbagh: Picture of Desmodium pulchullum taken at Lalbagh on 24th May’09. 

Just saw one at the Kol Bot Garden yesterday… Local gardener said they call it JATAYU!!!


I think Phyllodium longipes being cultivated, as per images herein and as per keys at Flora of China
Desmodium pulchullum – 220411 – RK:  Pics of Desmodium pulchullum.
Date/Time – 14-08-2011/9.30am
Location – Lalbagh Botanical Garden, Bangalore
Habitat – Park/Garden
Plant habit – Shrub?
Height – about 71/2′


I think Phyllodium longipes being cultivated, as per images herein and as per keys at Flora of China 


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Plant for Id -ID19112017SH1 : 7 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (3)

Plant for Id pl.
Location – Botanical Garden, Kolkata

Date – November 2017


Pl. check /species/a—l/f/fabaceae


Phyllodium longipes


A similar plant I had seen in Lalbagh, Bangalore.
Thought it to be Desmodium pulchellum.
Although it looks the same.
Will post the pictures. 

Thanks, …, for id.
I also think Phyllodium longipes being cultivated, as per images herein and as per keys at Flora of China


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Phyllodium Species for ID : Lalbagh,Bangalore : 23NOV17 : AK-26 : 6 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2)

These pictures are from Lalbagh, taken in the month of July.
Can you please confirm the Species.



Thanks … It is the same plant from the link under pictures of Phyllodium pulchellum, 6th image.

I think Phyllodium longipes being cultivated, as per images herein and as per keys at Flora of China

Thanks … I take it as Phyllodium longipes.

SK736 18 SEP-2017:ID

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