(Images by Nidhan Singh (Id by Gurcharan Singh) (Inserted by J.M.Garg) (For more photos & complete details, click on the links))

 

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Brassicaceae herb 2 for id from Chakrata:: NS June 27 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (5).

Perhaps an Arabis sp. again (I fear I may have repeated, but due to being from a different locality, I am posting this separately), this was also shot from Chakrata area..
this was having ternminal as well as apical corymbose racemes..

Please provide your views..


I think Arabis pterosperma, same could be the other plant

Looks different from other two posts on  Arabis pterosperma i.e. from Brassicaceae Week: Arabis pterosperma from Sonamarg, Kashmir & Pangi i.d.’s continued – al151011 particularly with regards to hairiness of stems, leaves & sepals
Details of Arabis pterosperma from BSI Flora of India are as below:
Keys are available from it at

Pl. review


Arabis pterosperma Edgew. ??


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Brassicaceae herb for id from Chakrata:: NS June 26 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3).

This small herb was also recorded from Chakrata area in Uttrakhand.. differs from my first upload in having terminal raceme and not the apical, leaves as well as habit are similar..
This can again be an Arabis

Please help to fix the id..


A distant shot but could be Arabis amplexicaulis


Arabis pterosperma I hope, after seeing close ups in other upload.


Looks different from other two posts on  Arabis pterosperma i.e. from Brassicaceae Week: Arabis pterosperma from Sonamarg, Kashmir & Pangi i.d.’s continued – al151011 particularly with regards to hairiness of stems, leaves & sepals
Details of Arabis pterosperma from BSI Flora of India are as below:
Keys are available from it at

Pl. review


 

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