Impatiens idumishmiensis Gogoi, W.Adamowski, Borah & Chhetri, Balsams E. Himal.: 100 (2018);
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Arunachal Pradesh as per POWO;

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Impatiens vidyae R.C.Srivast. : 4 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (1).

Another new species described from Arunachal Pradesh.
Beautiful herb, with brilliant yellow flowers. collected from Kurungkume dt of Arunachal Pradesh.

Its leaves are sold in local market as leafy vegetable; much relished by the local people of Nyishi tribe.


Thanks, …, Here is the link: IJTK 8(4) 649.pdf


Not Impatiens vidyae R.C.Srivast. as per another thread.


Impatiens vidyae R.C.Srivast. is correct ID !


I think it is not Impatiens vidyae R.C.Srivast.
I. idumisimiensis……………see my book.



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Flower of Nyishi’s Balsam (Impatiens vidyae) : Attachments (1). 2 posts by 2 authors.
Beautiful flower of the leafy vegetable of the people of Nyishi tribe inhabiting Langro village in Kurungkume district of Arunachal Pradesh.


Not Impatiens vidyae R.C.Srivast. as per another thread.


Impatiens idumishmiensis as per discussions in Impatiens vidyae R.C.Srivast.



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References: POWO  Aspirant World  The Hindu
New balsams from Northeast India – Wojciech ADAMOWSKI, Rajib Gogoi, Souravjyoti Borah

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