Stephania glandulifera Miers, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist. III, 18: 15 1866. ;
Nepal, India (Assam, Nagaland, Manipur, Meghalaya), N- and E-Thailand, Bhutan,
Sikkim
as per Catalogue of Life;

India: E. Himalayas and N.E. India, 450 – 1740 m. Sikkim, Assam, Nagaland, Manipur and Meghalaya as per BSI Flora of India;

Large climbing shrubs or woody vines. Roots are large tubers with fibrous roots below, globose, round or oval and other irregular shapes as elephant dung dropping, whitish brownish, smooth or slightly rough, deep yellow inside. Stems striate, brown, rough, fissured, branchlets fleshly. Leaves simple, suborbicular, subcordate or deltoid, 5-11 x 4-10 cm across, base subcordate or subtruncate, margin entire, apex acute or obtuse with mucronate tip, chartaceous, membranous, dark green, glabrous above, paler glaucous beneath, strong basal veins 5-7 towards the apex, 3-5 towards the base from the petiole, impressed above and slightly prominent beneath, veinlets very slender, finely reticulate, petiole slender, thickened at the base, attached about 1-1.5 cm inside the lamina from the base, about 7-15 cm long. Inflorescence axillary or terminal, umbellate cymes, pedunculate. Flowers unisexual, greenish yellow. Male inflorescence in axillary umbellate cymes. Male flowers, sepals 6-8, in series, ovate-obovate, apex obtuse, glandular, papillose on dorsal side, petals 3-4, thick, orbicular, base cuneate, apex obtuse, synandrium peltate, about 1 mm long. Female flowers greenish yellow, narrow cuneate, glabrous, style short, stigma 5-fid or lobed. Fruits drupes, subglobose or obovoid, slightly compressed, about 7-10 x 5-7 mm across, sessile, endocarp bony with erect tubercles, about 5 mm long, cotyledons oblong, apex obtuse.

Mixed tropical and subtropical forests, altitude about 450-1740 m.
Local Distribution: Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim, Tripura. 
Global Distribution: Asia: India, Myanmar, Nepal.
(Attributions- Ganeshaiah, K. N., UAS, Bangalore, India. Kailash, B. R., UAS & ATREE, Bangalore, India. Indian Bioresource Information Network (IBIN), Department of Biotechnology, New Delhi, India from India Biodiversity Portal)               

 

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Cissampelos pareira L. (accepted name) : 17 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (14)

Location: Raniban, Balaju, Nepal
Altitude:  4900 ft.
Date: 26 August 2016
Nepali Names : बाटुलपाते Baatulpaate / गुदरगानो Gudargaano/ जलुको Jaluko  / बाटुले लहरा Baatule Laharaa / पाठा Paathaa  

This does not look like Cissampelos to me…


I tried my best though it is so confusing ! Please suggest if otherwise !


Please check under Stephania in eFI.


Difficult !

Stephania glabra (Roxb.) Miers (accepted name) ??


Thanks, …, for Id.
It is Stephania sp.
Kindly check your local flora.
Appears slightly different from S. glabra.


It has suggested it could be Stephania glandulifera Miers, .
Request for your opinion please.


Thank you for the ID.
Stephania glandulifera Miers (accepted name)
Nepali Names :  गुजर गानो Gujar Gaano / बिराल गानो Biraal Gaano/ बाटुल पाते Baatul Paate 


 

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Stephania glandulifera Miers ?? : 5 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (7) – around 400 kb each.

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