Cuminum cyminum L. (syn: Cuminia cyminum J.F.Gmel.; Cuminum aegyptiacum Merat ex DC.; Cuminum cyminum subsp. hispanicum (Mérat ex DC.) Lange; Cuminum hispanicum Merat ex DC.; Cuminum odorum Salisb.; Cuminum officinale Garsault; Cuminum sativum J.Smith; Cuminum sudanense H.Wolff; Cyminon longeinvolucellatum St.Lag.; Ligusticum cuminum (L.) Crantz; Luerssenia cyminum (L.) Kuntze; Selinum cuminum (L.) E.H.L.Krause);
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Nicobars (I), Myanmar [Burma] (I), Nepal (I), Laos (I), Vietnam (I), Pakistan
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Apiaceae member I’d request :: YS MAR20 – 01 : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (5)
This is a small herb (12 – 13 cm high) of family Apiaceae shot along wheat field borders. Leaves are highly dissected into thin needle like leaflets.
Please help to identify this sp.
Place of Photo – Panipat, Haryana
Date – 08th March, 2020
I tried check at comparative images at Apiaceae, but could not find a match.
Pl. check Trachyspermum ammi (L.) Sprague, but I am not satisfied.
This is Cuminum cyminum L. as it was suggested by …