Elatostema integrifolium (D. Don) Wedd. (syn: Elatostema cuspidiferum Miq.; Elatostema miquelianum Wedd.; Elatostema pulgarense Elmer; Elatostema sesquifolium (Reinw. ex Bl.) Hassk.; Elatostema sesquifolium var. integrifolium (D. Don) Wedd.; Elatostema viridicaule W. T. Wang; Elatostema zollingerianum Wedd. (ambiguous synonym); Procris integrifolia D. Don (ambiguous synonym); Procris piperifolia Wall.; Procris sesquifolia Reinw. ex Bl.);    
China (Hainan, S-Yunnan), Bhutan, India, Indonesia, Myanmar [Burma] (Mon,
Sagaing),
Darje
eling, Sikkim, Nepal, Java, Andamans (North Andamans, Middle
Andamans, South Andamans, Little Andaman Isl.), Nicobars (Car Nicobar Isl.,
North Nicobars, Central Nicobars, Great Nicobar Isl., Little Nicobar Isl.),

Philippines (Leyte, Mindanao), Palawan, Bangladesh
as per Catalogue of Life;

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SK1905 09 May 2019 : 8 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (8) – around 650 kb each.

Location: Phulchoki, Lalitpur, Nepal
Altitude: 1698 m.
Date: 8 May 2019
Habit : Wild 
Elatostema integrifolium (D.Don) Wedd. ??

Can not say much on perusal of the following (leaf and stem shape look close):
Can not open Flora of China for keys, if it suit us.
Also look at images and details at Elatostema sessile J.R.Forst. & G.Forst.
We have to look for experts (do we have any ?) and keys.


In sessile leaf margin is serrated and structure of leaf joint with 
the stem looks different. 

If you make links like
It will be much better and more relevant.

I have to learn how to make it !

Any suggestion about the correct ID ?

May be.
Pl. check with high resolution specimen at  

Elatostema integrifolium (D.Don) Wedd.


 

 

Shrub from Bangladesh SM032 : 6 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (2). 
Habit: Undergrowth Shrub

Habitat : Hill forest, along the stream

Flowering: May

Location : Kaptai NP,Chittagong Hill tracts 


This looks like Elatostema sp…


Thanks … More similar with Elatostema papillosum


Elatostema sessile


Thanks …


On following keys at and description in Flora of Bhutan, as below, I feel it to be close to E. integrifolium (D. Don) Weddell:
E. integrifolium (D. Don) Weddell; E. sesquifolium (Blume) Hasskarl – Probably only a variety of E. /ineolatum, most closely allied to var. integrifolium from which it differs in its quite entire leaves and in often having 2- 4 smaller flower heads at each node.
Bhutan: S- Deothang district 0 (Narfong); Sikkim: Darjeeling. Warm broadleaved forests, 1500 m. March.

Flora of China mentions two varieties, based on hairiness of the stem. From these images it appears to be glabrous (?). Pl. post original images to confirm.


Correct. 

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ANNOV18/18 Elatostema sp. for identification : 6 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (4)
Family: Uritcaceae
Date: May 2015
Place: Agumbe, Shimoga District, Karnataka

Habit: Herb
Habitat: Semi-evergreen forest


Elatostema species in eFloraofindia (with details/ keys from published papers/ regional floras/ FRLHT/ FOI/ Biotik/ efloras/ books etc., where ever available on net)


E lineolatum. Must be at a waterfall.

Near a stream formed by a waterfall sir.


interesting. why is a waterfall association necessary for this plant to thrive? moisture droplets? or something else? would like/love to know


Rock faces near waterfall is the habitat and post monsoon time is the season to see this plant. I can not guess the reason for this association.


I am sure people who study the root development and micro-nutrient requirements will know further…
wonder if any of our members are studying micro-nutrients for plants.


This is E. integrifolium.

 

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Shola Shrub for identification 310812MK03:

Please help me to identify this shrub found in the shady floor of a shola near riverine habitat. Could this be any Urticaceae?
Sorry for the very poor pictures.
Height: 2-3 feet
Leaf: 16 x 5cm
Date: 26 July 2012
Alt.: 1000 m asl
Place: Valparai, TN


This could be a species of Elatostemma of Urticaceae family. 


Probably Elatostemma lineolatum


It should also be Elatostema integrifolium (D. Don) Wedd., in view of your reply in another post (although images are not clear).
Pl. confirm or otherwise.


 

Charmadi Ghat Karnataka
Date: 12 NOV 2016 … Altitude: explored between: 873 – 976 m (2863 – 3201 ft) asl
Elatostema lineolatum Wight (family: Urticaceae
Photos posted for showing habit / habitat of Elatostema lineolatum. 


It should also be Elatostema integrifolium (D. Don) Wedd., in view of your reply in another post.
Pl. confirm or otherwise.
pl find attached few photos of a plant 6 in flower seen at Iruppu, Kodagu, Karnataka for identification. date of sighting 30.07.2011.


Elatostema sp. of Urticaceae family.
An evergreen herb seen mostly along streams.


Elatostema sps. possibly umbellata, but doubtful. Need to check the floral arrangement as the photograph showing inflorescence is not clear.


I agree … It is Elatostemma, but express inability to identify species by images


To me appears close to Elatostema lineolatum Wight as per images, details and references herein.


It should also be Elatostema integrifolium (D. Don) Wedd., in view of your reply in another post.
Pl. confirm or otherwise.


cant see flower details, just whitish blobs


Elatostema integrifolium (D.Don) Wedd. : 4 posts by 1 author. 4 images- 4 to 7 mb each.

Location: Matatirtha, Kathmandu
Date: 03 October 2020 
Elevation: 1968 m.
Habit : Wild

 

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