Molineria crassifolia Baker (syn: Curculigo crassifolia (Baker) Hook.f.);
Assam; China South-Central; East Himalaya; Nepal as per Catalogue of Life;

 

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Sikkim WB tour : ID Plz : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2).
can anyone help me id this
this was found growing in Botanical garden at Darjeeling
sort of palm like but herb?


This could be Molineria recurvata (Hypoxidaceae).


Thank you …

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ID31052013PHK2 : Attachments (2).  8 posts by 4 authors.
ID please
At Mangan, Sikkim
20May, 2013


Not sure, but is it Curculigo capitulata?


could this be a molineria… the palm grass?
that has yellow flowers… i think i see a bunch of yellow flowers…

I guess it is Paliosanthes sp.


The image of the Peliosanthes is a species of Curculigo in the Hypoxidaceae.


Molineria capitulata (Lour.) Herb. as per images herein and as per thread: Sikkim WB tour : ID Plz


I think it should be Molineria crassifolia as per
http://www.iaat.org.in/images/Rheedea_downloads/Rheedea_26_2/Article-06_Molineria.pdf


I guess … is correct.


I am not sure if it is Molineria or Curculigo. I honestly don’t know what separates the two, but what I’ve seen in Arunachal I called Curculigo.


  

 

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