Didymocarpus hookeri C.B. Clarke, Commelyn. Cyrtandr. Bengal. t. 54 1874. (syn: Roettlera hookeri (C.B. Clarke) Kuntze);
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Sikkim to Assam: Assam, East Himalaya as per POWO;
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Common name: Hooker’s Stone Flower
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Inclusion of Didymocarpus hookeri in eFI
1 image and 1 pdf- Rediscovery of Didymocarpus hookeri (Gesneriaceae), An Endemic, Rare Herb after 81 years from India- Dipankar Borah and Rajeev Kr. Singh- Indian Forester, 147 (3) : 309-310, 2021.

Here attached for addition in eFI


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Plants from Northeast Tour 2017- Herb for id from Cherrapunji : 8 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (4)

Please provide identity for this herb, recorded from Cherrapunji in Meghalaya..

As the flowers are yet to open, hard to ascertain what it comes out to be.. an input led me to genus Microchirita..


Thanks, …  I do not know whether we have something on it in efi site.


Comparative images available at Gesneriaceae 


Didymocarpus is another possibility.


It is D.hookerii as per Dipankar ji.


Yes …, thanks for updating..


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Posted in July’17 and rediscovered after 81 years in 2021- Didymocarpus hookeri

Posted in July’17 by Nidhan ji at Plants from Northeast Tour 2017- Herb for id from Cherrapunji and rediscovered after 81 years in 2021 as per ‘Rediscovery of Didymocarpus hookeri (Gesneriaceae), An Endemic, Rare Herb after 81 years from India’- Dipankar Borah and Rajeev Kr. Singh- Indian Forester, 147 (3) : 309-310, 2021.

Pl. see details at Didymocarpus hookeri
This is again highlighting that so many species are getting highlighted due to the contribution of efloraofindia.

However, only a few come to our notice.


Rightly said … !


 

 

 


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References: POWO  Catalogue of Life  The Plant List Ver.1.1  IPNI  GBIF (High resolution specimens) High resolution specimen  High resolution specimen 2  Flowers of India  India Biodiversity Portal  IBIS Flora  Rediscovering the rare: Herb found after 81 years from India

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