Here i am sending photos of strobilanthus species collected from chittor district of andhra Pradesh : 17 posts by 6 authors. Attachments (2)- around 650 kb each.
Please identify the stobilanthus species
Strobilanthes consanguineus ??
I agree that it doesn’t look right for S. consanguinea but I don’t know the South Indian species very well so am reluctant to suggest an alternative. S. consanguinea is said to be quite variable.
I could not get any images or specimen of Strobilanthes meeboldii on net including on GBIF. Also it is not distributed in the posted area.
Sending you the publication by Carine.
I had gone through the doc, sometimes not very common specimens may not be included in the review articles; I feel the review articles are not final/supreme; further another article may be published with the additions as sub-species etc, when there is substantiated evidence that our specimen differs with them by young enthusiastic people like Anjaneyulu
hope that will help for conformation,
It does not look like S carnatica as per discussions at idwntification of strobilantes sp
Also looks different from
This specimen is interesting, I haven’t seen this specimen anywhere in the entire western ghats. But this specimen has resemblances with S jeyporensis, which is commonly found in the dry habitats.
I will check with some other literatures and tell u more about it later.
Inflorescence looks different : https://www.gbif.org/species/3780250