Farsetia stylosa R. Br., Narr. Travels Africa 12, 216 1826. (syn: Erysimum remotiflorum O.E.Schulz; Farsetia depressa Kotschy; Farsetia hamiltonii Royle; Farsetia prostrata (Hochst. & Steud.) Hochst.; Farsetia ramosissima E.Fourn.; Matthiola prostrata Hochst. & Steud.);
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Mauritania to Eritrea and N. Kenya, S. Iran to NW. India: Algeria, Cameroon, Chad, Djibouti, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gulf States, India, Iran, Kenya, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Socotra, Somalia, Sudan, Tunisia, Western Sahara, Yemen as per POWO;
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Common name: Hamilton’s Farsetia • Hindi: हिरन चब्बा Hiran-chabba, हिरन चब्बो Hiran chabbo • Punjabi: ਫ਼ਰੀਦ ਬੂਟੀ Farid-booti
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plants from gujarat
found in dry place
family brassicaceae
May be genus Farsetia


It seems to be Cleome species


Schouwia purpureaBrassicaceae.


Yes, …, You are right. This is Farsetia jacquemontii HK. F. & Th. Recently I have Identified this plant from my field Mentor Dr. P. N. Joshi. Generally, this not common plant found in hilly tracks of  Kachchh and Saurashtra, Gujarat.


Very small siliquae compared to your post (Flora of the Indian Desert) is putting me in some doubt.

I think it may be Farsetia hamiltonii Royle (syn. of F. stylosaas per keys in Flora of PakistanPOWOGBIF specimens from India- onetwothreefourfive


Or are there any other species reported from Gujrat?


Yes …,
We have three species

1. Farsetia hamiltonii Royle

2. Farsetia jacquemontii Hk. F. & Th.

3. Farsetia macrantha Blatt. & Hallb.


Please check for Farsetia hamiltonii. I have come across this plant in Jaisalmer. 
My post in IndianFlora for comparision.
https://m.facebook.com/groups/indianflora/permalink/1151803211527683/


 

 


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References: POWO  Catalogue of Life  The Plant List Ver.1.1  GBIF specimens from India- onetwothreefourfive (High resolution specimens) Flora of Pakistan  FOP illustration

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