Decaschistia trilobata Wight, Icon. Pl. Ind. Orient. 1: t. 88 1838.; 

¿ dek-uh-SHIS-tee-uh ? — Greek: deka (ten), schistosa (very divided); alluding to the 10-valved capsulesMalvaceae of Southern Peninsular India

try-lo-BAY-tuh — three-lobed (leaved)Dave’s Botanary 

commonly known as: lobed-leaved Mysore mallowMarathi: रान अंबाडी ran ambadi 

Endemic to: Western Ghats (of India)

India: In evergreen and deciduous forests of Western Ghats and Deccan plateau. Maharashtra, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala as per BSI Flora of India;




ANSEPT82 Please confirm if this is Decaschistia trilobata : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (7).

Photos were clicked by friend in Amboli
Lower leaves are trilobed while the upper leaves are entire
Calyx five, epicalyx segments are two per each calyx lobe

Id is confirmed based on references under: Decaschistia trilobata

I think yes.



Decaschistia trilobata :: Amboli :: 25 OCT 2015 : 7 posts by 4 authors. 5 images.

Amboli … Maharashtra
Date: 25 OCT 2015 … Altitude: about 690 m (2,260 ft) asl
Decaschistia trilobata Wight … (family: Malvaceae)


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