Rumex spinosus L., Sp. Pl. 337 1753. (syn: Centopodium spinosum (L.) Burch.; Emex spinosa (L.) Campd.; Rumex glaber Forssk.; Vibo spinosa (L.) Medik.) as per POWO;
Emex spinosa (L.) Campd., Monogr. Rumex 58 1819. (syn: Centopodium spinosum (L.) Burch.; Rumex glaber Forssk.; Rumex spinosus L.; Vibo spinosa (L.) Medik.) as per The Plant List Ver 1.1;
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Emex spinosa, commonly known as “devil’s thorn” is an annual herbaceous plant of the Polygonaceae. It originates in the warmer parts of the old world, but now has spread with man to other places.
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plants from gujarat
found in waste place
may be family Aizoaceae
More likely to be a Zaleya sp.
Emex spinosus (L.) Campdera, (= Rumex spinosus L.)
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Plants from Gujarat
Family Polygonaceae may be
Someone its identify as emex australis
Is it right
Pl. also check
I will go with Emex spinosa as per images and details herein.
Emex australis Steinh. does not have distribution in India.
No sir Emex australis is reported from Jammu and Kashmir as new record for india and the paper is in journal JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC AND TAXONOMIC BOTANY
Thanks, … But your images are from Gujrat- a totally different habitat
yes sir i am agree with u
Perscaria sp ? SN 07 : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (4).
It is closely related to Emex spinosa (L.) Campd., but inflorescence is in terminal spikes
Habitat : Wild
Syn : Emex spinosa (L.) Campd.
Surprisingly this sp. is not recorded in Nepal but found grown in my flower pot.
Looks like a Rumex sps. (Polygonaceae).
Where and when were they clicked?
Rumex spinosus L. Syn : Emex spinosa (L.) Campd.