Scrophularia pauciflora Benth., Scroph. Ind. 17 1835. (syn: Scrophularia sikkimensis T.Yamaz.);
Central & E. Himalaya to Tibet: East Himalaya, Nepal, Tibet as per POWO;
Tibet, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Sikkim, Darjeeling, Chumbi as per Catalogue of Life;

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ID confirmation : 14 posts by 6 authors. Attachments (2)- around 850 kb each.

May be some Lamiaceae member ?
Inflorescence may help in id. Pl. post if you have.
Pl. also mention place and date, in future posts.


Thanks to …,
Yes looks like Urticaceae
But different from Urtica ardens and Urtica dioica

Without flowers/fruits it’s difficult to say. For me perhaps seems to be U.urens cousin of U.dioica

Asteraceae ??

Lamiaceae (Lamium sp.) or Urticaceae member.
Let’s wait for the flowers.


Where was it clicked ?

Urticaceae.

ScrophulariaceaeScrophularia sp. is one more possibility.

You are right. It could be Scrophularia calycina, we should see the flowers.

Thanks, …, for the genus id. Not Scrophularia calycina
Hi, …, Pl. check with other species available at Scrophularia


Scrophularia pauciflora Benth !


Thanks, …, for the id.
Yes, appears close as per FoC Illustration and GBIF specimens from Nepal:

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Kindly help to ID : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2)- 1 mb each.

Kindly help to ID this from fir forest above 3000 m in Bhutan.


UrticaceaeUrtica dioica (1000-2500m), U.ardens (altitude 1000-4500m)…


Thanks, …, Yes looks like Urticaceae
But different from Urtica ardens and Urtica dioica

Pl. check more feedback in another thread on the same plant at ID confirmation

Scrophularia pauciflora Benth !


Thanks, …, for the id.
Yes, appears close as per FoC Illustration and GBIF specimens from Nepal:

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