Asystasia variabilis (Nees ex DC.) Trim., Handb. Fl. Ceylon 3: 324 1895. (syn: Asystasia chelonoides var. quadrangularis Clarke; Asystasia gangetica var. variabilis Nees ex DC.; Asystasia nemorum var. angustifolia Thw. ex T. Anders.);

S. India, Sri Lanka as per POWO;

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Acanthaceae Fortnight ::ID Request ??:: Chikmagalur :: PKA-MAR62/62: : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (10)

Looks like some Acanthaceae sp. again.. 
I had seen this in Chikmaglur region (Karnataka) near Village Kolugame..
Date/Time: 28-01-2014 / 01:50PM
Habitat: Wild
Plant habit: Herb ( erect herb, almost 15 cm in ht)
Flower size small, approx 6 to 8mm..

Not familiar. Nice find, … !!


Asystasia dalzelliana Santapau ??


Thanks, …, for the genus id.
I think it is Asystasia variabilis Trim. as per GBIF– specimenFlora of Peninsular India
Image given in GBIF is of some other species.
Going by other specimens (Specimen 1Specimen 2), I think leaves appear to be quite variable.
I have checked all other species found in India. It does not match with other species as per details at Asystasia


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ID Request- 23022014-PKA-Feb51 : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (10).
Looks like some Acanthaceae sp. again.. I had seen this in Chikmaglur region (Karnataka) near Village Kolugame..
Date/Time: 28-01-2014 / 01:50PM
Habitat: Wild
Plant habit: Herb ( erect herb, almost 15 cm in ht)
Flower size small, approx 6 to 8mm..


I think this is Asystasia intrusa


Asystasia variabilis Trim. as per discussions at Acanthaceae Fortnight ::ID Request ??:: Chikmagalur :: PKA-MAR62/62:


 

 

 

 

 

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References: POWO  Catalogue of Life  The Plant List Ver.1.1  GBIF– specimen, Specimen 1  Specimen 2  Flora of Peninsular India

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