Ranunculus trichophyllus Chaix ex Vill., Hist. Pl. Dauphiné 1: 335 1786. (Syn: Batrachium aquatile subsp. radians (Reveliere) Soo; Batrachium aspergillifolium Dum.; Batrachium bipontinum F.Schultz ex Gren. & Godr.; Batrachium caespitosum F.Schultz (ambiguous synonym); Batrachium capillaceum Bercht. & Presl; Batrachium drouetii Nym.; Batrachium flaccidum (Pers.) Rupr.; Batrachium kabulense Tamura; Batrachium minimum Schur; Batrachium paucistamineum F.Schultz; Batrachium pectinatum Nyman; Batrachium porteri (Britton) Britton ex Rydb.; Batrachium radians Dum. (ambiguous synonym); Batrachium rigidum Dumort.; Batrachium trichophyllum (Chaix) Van den Bosch; Batrachium trichophyllum var. hirtellum L.Liou; Batrachium villosum F.Schultz ex Gren. & Godr.; Ranunculus affinis F.Schultz (ambiguous synonym); Ranunculus aquatilis var. capillaceus (Thuill.) DC.; Ranunculus aquatilis var. diffusus Withering; Ranunculus aquatilis var. harrisii L.D.Benson; Ranunculus aquatilis var. hispidulus Drew; Ranunculus aquatilis var. lalondei L.D.Benson; Ranunculus aquatilis var. porteri (Britton) L.D.Benson ex
R.J.Davis; Ranunculus aquatilis var. trichophyllus (Chaix) A.Gray; Ranunculus aschersonii Freyn; Ranunculus bratlius G.Beck; Ranunculus britannicus Rouy & Fouc.; Ranunculus capillaceus Thuill.; Ranunculus divaricatus Schrank (ambiguous synonym); Ranunculus filicaulis Rouy & Fouc.; Ranunculus flaccidus Pers. (ambiguous synonym); Ranunculus martini Lamotte; Ranunculus paucistamineus subsp. sublaevis Rech.fil.; Ranunculus peucedanoides Desf.; Ranunculus porteri Britton; Ranunculus radians Revel; Ranunculus rionii subsp. bratlius (G.Beck) Trinajstic; Ranunculus trichophylloides Humnicki; Ranunculus trichophyllus var. capillaceus (Thuill.) Bouv.; Ranunculus trichophyllus subsp. capillaceus (Thuill.) Maire; Ranunculus trichophyllus var. drouetii (Godr.) Loret &
Barrandon; Ranunculus trichophyllus subsp. drouetii (Gren.) Maire; Ranunculus trichophyllus var. heterophyllus Freyn; Ranunculus trichophyllus var. hispidus (E.Drew) W.Drew; Ranunculus trichophyllus var. peucedanoides (Desf.) Batt.; Ranunculus trichophyllus var. trichophylloides (Humn.) Hegi);           
India: Himalaya; temperate and subalpine regions, in ponds and slow flowing stream at an altitude of 3500 – 4500 m. Jammu & Kashmir (Ladakh), Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Sikkim; Pakistan; China (Tibet); Nepal; Eurasia; Africa and N.America as per Srivastava SK (2010) Revision of genus Ranunculus L.(Ranunculaceae) in India. Taiwania 55(3): 273-314. [Full text with line diagrams];

Austria, Belgium, England, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Denmark, Faeroe Isl.,
Finland, Germany, Ireland, Switzerland, Netherlands, Hungary, Iceland, Norway,
Poland, Romania, Sweden, Portugal, Spain, Andorra, Baleares, France, Corsica,
Sardinia, Malta, Sicily, Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia & Hercegovina,
Montenegro, Serbia & Kosovo, Macedonia, Albania, Bulgaria, Greece (incl.
Kiklades), Crete, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, Canary Isl. (Gran Canaria,
Tenerife), Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus, W-, N-, C- & E-European
Russia, Ukraine, Northern Caucasus, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia [Caucasus],
Siberia (W-Siberia, C-Siberia), Russian Far East, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan,
Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Tibet, China (Xinjiang, Qinghai, Gansu, Shaanxi, Shanxi,
Nei Mongol, Heilongjiang), Turkey (E-Anatolia, Inner Anatolia, N-Anatolia,
NE-Anatolia, NW-Anatolia: Bithynia, S-Anatolia, SSW-Anatolia, SW-Anatolia), East
Aegaean Isl., Egypt (Nile Delta), Iran (E-Iran, N-Iran, Iranian Aserbaijan,
W-Iran), Iraq (NW-Iraq), Israel (Rift Valley), Lebanon (C-Lebanon, coastal
W-Lebanon), Saudi Arabia (Asir), Syria (C-Syrian Desert, Jazira, NW-Syria, Jbel
Druze), Afghanistan (Badakshan, Bamyan, Kunar / Nuristan, Logar, Wardak, Parwan,
Takhar, Kabul), Jammu & Kashmir (Rupshu, Poonch, Kashmir), India (Himachal
Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab), Nepal, Bhutan, Pakistani Kashmir (Deosai),
Pakistan (Murree, Jhelum),
Alaska, USA (Arizona, California, Colorado,
Connecticut, Iowa, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Massachusetts, Maryland,
Maine, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico,
Nevada, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Tennessee,
Utah, Virginia, Vermont, Washington State, Wisconsin, West Virginia, Wyoming),
Canada (Alberta, British Columbia, Labrador, Manitoba, New Brunswick,
Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Northern Territories, Ontario, Prince Edward Isl.,
Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon), Greenland, Peru, Bolivia (Cochabamba, La Paz,
Oruro, Potos), Argentina (Chubut, Neuquen, Santa Cruz, San Juan, Tierra del
Fuego), Chile (Los Lagos, Magallanes), Australia (I) (SE-South Australia (I),
Victoria (I), Tasmania (I)), New Zealand (I)
as per Catalogue of life;
Common name: Thread-Leaved Water-Crowfoot, Thread-leaved Water-crowfoot, pond water-crowfoot


Ranunculus trichophyllus occurs throughout much of the Northern Hemisphere, from the Mediterranean east through Siberia, the Caucasus, the Middle East, the Himalayas, Kazakhstan and Mongolia to Kamchatka in the Russian Far East, Japan, China and the Korean Peninsula, it also occurs across central North America.

R. trichophyllus will occur in most types of mesotrophic to eutrophic water body, from dune slacks and drainage ditches to ponds, lakes, streams and slow-flowing rivers.
Citation: Lansdown, R.V. 2013. Ranunculus trichophyllus. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2014.3. <www.iucnredlist.org>. Downloaded on 02 February 2015.

 
 

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Ranunculus trichophyllus Chaix in Villars, Hist. Pl. Dauph. 1: 335, 1786
Syn: R. aquatilis L. var. trichophyllus (Chaix) Hook.f. & Thoms.
Perennial aquatic herb with submerged leaves divided into capillary segments, 2-3 cm long, dark green; petiole 5 mm long, sheathed at base; flowers white, 12-15 mm across, solitary in leaf axils on up to 3.5 cm long pedicel; sepals 5, elliptic, 3-4 mm long; petals 5, obovate, 5-6 mm long, white, yellow at base with lunate nectary; achenes up to 30, on obovoid head.
Photographed from Harwan, Kashmir


 
 

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Ranunculaceae Fortnight_Ranunculus aquaticus_Kashmir : 4 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (2)
I hope Ranunculus aquaticus.


Ranunculus trichophyllus


Yes Sir. Thanks.. After posting, I realized that It was not R.aquaticus.

And as per http://www.tropicos.org/Name/27103541?projectid=32, I had reached to Batrachium trichophyllum. 

 

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Aquatic plant for identification :: 280514MK :: May001 : 8 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (6).

This plant is not from India; but I like to know the name of this. Is this any Geraniaceae?
Habit: aquatic emergent herb
Habitat: freshwater
Location: Camaruge, France
Date: 06 May 2014


May be a Ranunculus sp.


May be Ranunculus trichophyllus


May be Cabomba caroliniana? not indian plant


this is not Cabomba sp.


The plant is Ranunculus aquatilis var. diffusus


Thank you Sir for the ID. R.aquatilis (Common water crowfoot) is common throughout Europe, produce white flowers, floating leaves deeply lobed into broad wedge shaped segments (Polunin, 1969. Flowers of Europe).


  
 
 

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