Schulzia dissecta (C.B.Cl.) C.Norman, J. Bot. 76: 231 1938. (syn: Aulacospermum dissectum (C.B.Cl.) U.Dhar, P.Kachroo & A.R.Naqshi; Trachydium dissectum C.B.Cl.)?;
S-Tibet, Nepal, Bhutan, Chumbi, Sikkim, Pakistani Kashmir (Baltistan, Deosai,
Astor), Jammu & Kashmir (Kashmir), India (Himalayas) as per Catalogue of Life;
unknown umbellifers : 17 posts by 4 authors. 1 image.
Does someone know the name of this Umbellifera?
Sherpaland (green track)
I would be very grateful
I tried to find a match as per comparative images at Apiaceae
May be Seseli or some other genus.
Do you have any other images ?
Any idea bout the genus ?
Aulacospermum (syn Trachydium), I guess..
Thanks a lot! Can the be plant present itself as a mini-plant?
The photos I saw were much bigger!
Trachydium rubrinerve Franch. ??
Syn : Physospermopsis rubrinervis (Franch.) C.Norman
I think looks different as per GBIF
Also looks different from Aulacospermum roylei, represented in efi site so far.
Also does not seem to match as per Physospermopsis obtusiuscula (DC.) C.Norman
I think appears closer to Schulzia dissecta (C.B.Clarke) C.Norman, but posted altitude may be lower.
I agree that all Schulzia spp are reported from high alpine areas (>4000 m). This requires fresh collection and further examination.
Thanks a lot to everybody.
The specimen at the link https://data.nhm.ac.uk/dataset/collection-specimens/resource/05ff2255-c38a-40c9-b657-4ccb55ab2feb?view_id=6ba121d1-da26-4ee1-81fa-7da11e68f68e&filters=continent%3AAsia&page=86 has rather large leaves. Mine were not n the photo.
Does that make any sense?
Which specimen are you talking about ?
Pl. see specimens at Schulzia dissecta (C.B.Clarke) C.Norman
I am sorry; I don not look well at the flow of messages.
This should be the one, indeed