Acalypha australis L., Sp. Pl. 1004 1753. (syn: Acalypha australis f. glareosa (Rupr.) H.Hara; Acalypha australis var. glareosa (Rupr.) Nakai; Acalypha australis f. lanceolata (Hayata) Hurus.; Acalypha australis var. lanceolata Hayata; Acalypha australis f. velutina (Honda) Ohwi; Acalypha australis var. velutina Honda; Acalypha chinensis Roxb.; Acalypha gemina (Lour.) Spreng.; Acalypha gemina var. genuina Müll.Arg., not validly publ.; Acalypha gemina var. lanceolata Hayata; Acalypha indica var. minima (H.Keng) S.F.Huang & T.C.Huang; Acalypha lanceolata Benth., nom. nud.; Acalypha minima H.Keng; Acalypha pauciflora Hornem.; Acalypha pauciflora f. glareosa (Rupr.) Regel; Acalypha pauciflora var. glareosa Rupr.; Acalypha pauciflora f. umbrosa (Rupr.) Regel; Acalypha pauciflora var. umbrosa Rupr.; Acalypha sessilis Poir.; Acalypha virgata Thunb.; Meterana dimidiata Raf.; Ricinocarpus australis (L.) Kuntze);
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Acalypha australis submission : 5 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (4)

Acalypha australis
Asian Copperleaf
Family – Euphorbiaceae
I hope it’s correctly identified.
Photographed at Bajaura, Kullu, Himachal Pradesh
Altitude – 1100meters asl
Photographed in August 2018

Thanks, …, for the new addition, if it is validated.

The identification, Acalypha australis L. seems to be accurate.

SK 2660 12 July 2020 : 16 posts by 2 authors. 10 images- 2 to 7 mb each.
Location: Gyaneswor, Kathmandu
Date: 12 July  2020
Altitude: 1500 m.
Habitat : Wild
Urticaceae ??

This appeared interesting.

This image is not clear. I can only give a possible identification. It might be Archiboehmeria. 

Sending some more images!

I think looks different from only species mentioned in efloras i.e. Archiboehmeria atrata:

I also checked and looks different.
Adding one more image of date!
Attachments (1)- 5 mb. 

Yes, this attached image is different. My identification focus on your previous email the image ‘DSC_0455’ looks different and I assume this is probably Archiboehmeria sp. For the image you attached, I have no idea.

Reference: POWO