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Anisochilus adenanthus Dalzell & A.Gibson

at Sindhudurg on July 9, 2011 


When are we going to see its flowers? I know you must be more keen get one soon.


Yes …, it is always a regret when we find plants whose flowering season is done.

The ID of this plant is courtesy …
This plant is distributed very far from my home place; nevertheless trips to this place will happen in future, hopefully more aspects will get covered.


Looks much different from images of Anisochilus adenanthus (Syn: Anisochilus verticillatus Hook.f.) of Prashant ji at ID Request- 04022014-PKA5


Thanks very much …, yes, plant from this post looks certainly different from plant is Prashant’s post. 

I do not have any other views of this plant – thus we may have to stop at family level ID of Lamiaceae.


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