Allmania nodiflora var. aspera (Roth) Hook. fil., Fl. Brit. India 4: 717 1885. (syn: Celosia aspera Roth; Chamissoa aspera (Roth) Wight);
India (S-India) as per Catalogue of Life;
4 varieties of Allmania nodiflora : 1 correct image as above. 5 posts by 3 authors.
I wish to share all the varieties of Allmania that I have collected.
Allmania nodiflora var. aspera (Roth) Hook.f.1.jpg
Allmania nodiflora var. nodiflora 2.jpg
allmania nodiflora var. procumbens 3.jpg
Allmania longipedunculata (Trimen) Gamble5.jpg
Allamania nodiflora var. roxburghii 4.jpg
Excellent work, …! Thanks for sharing some of the not-so-common varieties/forms of Allmania.
I only collected var. dichotoma, var. nodiflora, and A. longipedunculata from Tamil Nadu.
Thanks again for sharing the pictures.
Wonderful work, …
Thank you, …,
My ambition is to record all our native plants with photographs, since they are most useful and easy tools to know our wealth; this a small step in this journey, UGC India has sanctioned me a project for digitalising the florstic resources of Velugonda hills of E.ghats; the native place of Pterocarpus santalinus, Boswellia ovalifoliolata, Decalepis hamiltonii, etc., I am recording almost all parts of a plant in photographs. I am really astonished sometimes, and enjoying the work. JSGamble is my role-model.
Thanks, …, Best wishes in your wonderful journey!!!
As per keys in the book in the link of Flora of Karnataka, your posted image of Allmania nodiflora var. procumbens may be of Allmania nodiflora var. dichotoma (Heyne) Hook. fil.
Coastal Herb from Java : Attachments (1). 4 posts by 3 authors.
A herb like Gomphrena. Id is needed.
Have you found the ID of this plant?
If not, can it be Allmania, including A. nodiflora?
Yes It is Allmania nodiflora var. aspera.
I guess correct !
Looks similar to Allmania nodiflora Var. aspera as per post by … efi thread
Alternanthera ficoidea (L.) R. Br. ??
Thank you …, it is Alternanthera sp.
But no matching as per flower images. Also, leaves pattern is alternate.
Allmania nodiflora only
Yes, it is