Nelumbo lutea (Willd.) Pers., Syn. Pl. 2: 92 (1806) (syn: Cyamus flavicomus Salisb. ; Cyamus luteus (Willd.) Nutt.; Cyamus mysticus Salisb. ; Cyamus nelumbo Sm. ; Cyamus pentapetalus (Walter) Pursh ; Cyamus reniformis Pursh ; Nelumbium codophyllum Raf. ; Nelumbium jamaicense DC. ; Nelumbium luteum Willd.; Nelumbium pentapetalum (Walter) Willd. ; Nelumbium reniforme Willd. ; Nelumbo nucifera subsp. lutea (Willd.) Borsch & Barthlott; Nelumbo nucifera var. lutea (Willd.) KuntzeNelumbo pentapetala (Walter) Fernald ; Nymphaea pentapetala Walter);
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Lotus of Java: 2 high res. images.
I would like to know the name of the following plant.
Is it Nelumbo lutea?
Location Cilacap Central Java.  

Why not

Looks closer to Nelumbo lutea?

On what basis?

Fruit receptacle.

I will add more pictures.
2 high res. images.

Yes, it is Nelumbo lutea going by these images as per





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