H. lallanii Taram, D.Borah, Tag & R.Kr.Singh, August 2021 Feddes Repertorium;
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Submission to efloraofindia: 1 image and 1 pdf.
Here attached the submission of two new species.

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Fwd: Chirita sp for identification,Koloriang,Arunachal Pradesh.12.11.16 : 4 posts by 1 author. 4 high res. images.
Looks similar to Chirita urticifolia. Difference is in its flower colour, and the leaves donot posses hairs. just an overview


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efi page on Henckelia urticifolia 


This is a variant of HENCKELIA grandiflora.


Does not seem to match with images of at Chirita macrophylla Wall. (syn. of Henckelia grandifolia A.Dietr.)

Not sure yet. Better be kept as separate as Henckelia sp. Still working on it.


Henckelia lallanii Taram, D.Borah, Tag and R.Kr.Singh


Thanks, …, for id as Henckelia lallanii Taram, D.Borah, Tag and R.Kr.Singh


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Posted in 2017- published as a new species in 2021:
This was posted by Dipankar ji in 2017 in efloraofindia as per details at Henckelia lallanii

This has now been published as a new species in 2021 as per Two new species of Henckelia (Gesneriaceae) from the Eastern Himalayan state Arunachal Pradesh, India– Momang Taram, Dipankar Borah, Rajeev Kumar Singh, Hui Tag- August 2021 Feddes Repertorium;
This again highlights that many new species are posted and shown in efloraofindia, before being published.



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References:
Novataxa
Two new species of Henckelia (Gesneriaceae) from the Eastern Himalayan state Arunachal Pradesh, India– Momang TaramDipankar BorahRajeev Kumar SinghHui Tag- August 2021 Feddes Repertorium (Two new species of Henckelia from the Eastern Himalayan state Arunachal Pradesh, India, are described and illustrated. The first, Henckelia dasii Taram,
D.Borah, R.Kr.Singh & Tag is allied to H. umbellata Kanthraj & K.N.Nair, the second, H. lallanii Taram, D.Borah, Tag & R.Kr.Singh is close to H. urticifolia (Buch.-Ham. ex D.Don) A.Dietr. (type species of the former Chirita sect. Chirita). The differences are given in Table 1 and 2, respectively. A key is presented for the 21 Henckelia species presently known from N and NE India.)

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