Cajanus grandiflorus

Cajanus grandiflorus (Baker) Maesen (syn: Atylosia grandiflora Baker; Dunbaria pulchra Baker; Pueraria seguini H.Lev. [Spelling variant]; Pueraria seguinii H. Lév.); Bhutan (N); China (N); Yunnan; India (N); Manipur; Nagaland; Sikkim; Uttar Pradesh; West Bengal; Myanmar (N); Nepal (U) as per ILDIS;   SK 2263 31 October 2019 : 17 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (3)- 1, […]

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Cajanus elongatus

Cajanus elongatus (Benth.) Maesen (syn: Atylosia elongata Benth.; Cantharospermum elongatum (Benth.) Raizada);  Bhutan; India; Myanmar; Nepal; Vietnam as per Catalogue of Life; Stems sparsely pubescent with long fine hairs. leaves digitately trifoliate, leaflets ovate or broadly elliptic 2.5-4 x 2-3.5cm, acute, base rounded, sparsely pubescent with long fine hairs and glands especially beneath, stipules absent, stipules […]

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Cajanus heynei

Cajanus heynei (Wight & Arn.) Maesen (Syn: Atylosia kulnensis (Dalzell) Dalzell; Cajanus kulnensis Dalzell; Dunbaria heynei Wight & Arn.; Dunbaria oblonga Arn.);  images by Dinesh Valke & Prashant Awale   kaj-AY-nus — Latinized form of the Malabar vernacular name catjang for the pigeon pea                                                                           HAYN-ee-eye — named for Dr B Heyne, German botanist and traveller  […]

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Cajanus albicans

Cajanus albicans (Wight & Arn.) Maesen (Syn: Atylosia albicans (Wight & Arn.) Benth.; Cajanus wightii Wight & Arn.; Cantharospermum albicans Wight & Arn.); Common name: Whitish Pigeonpea    Twiners; branchlets white-canescent. Leaflets 3-4.5 x 2-4 cm, obovate, apex rounded, base obtuse, grey pubescent below, nerves ca. 4 pairs, laterals oblique; petiole to 2-4 cm, petiolule […]

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Cajanus sericeus

Cajanus sericeus (Baker) Maesen (Syn: Atylosia sericea Baker; Cantharospermum sericeum (Baker) Raizada; Cantharospermum sericeum (Benth. ex Baker f.) Raiz.);   kaj-AY-nus — Latinized form of the Malay vernacular name for the pigeon pea … Dave’s Botanaryser-IK-ee-us — silky … Dave’s Botanary  commonly known as: silky pigeonpea • Marathi: रेशमी तूर reshami tur       Crotalaria calycina : Attachments (3). 5 posts by 5 […]

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Cajanus scarabaeoides ?

Cajanus scarabaeoides (L.) Thouars (Syn: Atylosia pauciflora (Wight & Arn.) Druce; Atylosia scarabaeoides (L.) Benth. ………………) ?;        160713 ASP 113 : Attachments (1).           Please ID this leguminous climber with pods. Sorry about the quality of picture. Photo was taken in Sri Lanka in Dec 2012 Atylosia scarabaeoides perhaps..    

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Cajanus crassus

Cajanus crassus (King) Maesen, Agric. Univ. Wageningen Pap. 85-4:105. 1985 (Syn: Atylosia crassa King; Atylosia mollis “Benth., p.p.A”; Atylosia volubilis (Blanco) Gamble; Cantharospermum volubile (Blanco) Merr.; Cantharospermum volubilis (Blanco) Merr. [Spelling variant]); kaj-AY-nus — Latinized form of the Malay vernacular name for the pigeon pea …Dave’s BotanaryKRASS-us — thick, fleshy, dense or fat … Dave’s Botanary […]

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Cajanus lineatus

Cajanus lineatus (Wight & Arn.) Maesen, Agric. Univ. Wageningen Pap. 85-4:143. 1985 (syn: Atylosia lawii Wight; Atylosia lineata Wight & Arn.; Cantharospermum lineatum (Wight & Arn.) Raizada);   Fabaceae (Faboideae) Fortnight :: Cajanus lineatus :: Western Ghats :: DVOCT23 : 8 posts by 3 authors. 13 images. Cajanus lineatus (Wight & Arn.) Maesen along Kumbharli Ghat […]

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Cajanus species ?

Cajanus species ?;    Fabaceae-Faboideae (Papilionaceae) Week: For ID (RD_018): Need ID help Date: 12/02/2010 Place: Assam Habit: Climbing Herb This may be an Atylosia sp.        

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Cajanus albicans ?

images by Dr. P. Santhan   Cajanus albicans (Wight & Arnott) Van der Maesen SN mar 10 : Attachments (2). 1 post by 1 author. Cajanus albicans (Wight & Arnott) Van der Maesen (= Atylosia albicans (Wt. & Art.) Benth.); Fam: Fabaceae Bahamandala, coorg, Karnataka climber over hedges          

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Cajanus cajanifolius

IUCN Red List Status: Near Threatened and Lower Risk/Near Threatened (NT)Cajanus cajanifolius (Haines) Maesen (Syn: Atylosia cajanifolia Haines; Cantharospermum cajanifolium (Haines) Raizada); images by Dr. Prasad Dash      Fabaceae (Faboideae) Week_Cajanus cajanifolius Syn. Atylosia cajanifolia_ 081111PD06 Flora of Orissa: sending the photograph of one of the threatened medicinal plant of Orissa and Endemic to […]

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Cajanus scarabaeoides

Cajanus scarabaeoides (L.) Thouars (Syn: Atylosia pauciflora (Wight & Arn.) Druce; Atylosia scarabaeoides (L.) Benth.; Cantharospermum pauciflorum Wight & Arn.; Cantharospermum scarabaeoides (L.) Baill.; Cantharospermum scarabaeoideum (L.) Baill.; Dolichos medicagineus Roxb.; Dolichos minutus Wight & Arn.; Dolichos scarabaeoides L.; Rhynchosia biflora DC.; Rhynchosia scarabaeoides (L.) DC.; Stizolobium scarabaeoides (L.) Spreng.);  kaj-AY-nus — Latinized form of […]

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Cajanus lineatus ?

Cajanus lineatus ?;   near Amby Valley, Lonavala;  DV – 03JUL10 – 0214 :: whorled trifoliate herb – some Cleome ? – efloraofindia | Google Groups

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Cajanus cajan

Cajanus cajan (L.) Huth, Helios 11:133. 1893 “Cajan cajan” (C. F. Millspaugh, Publ. Field Columb. Mus., Bot. Ser. 2(1):53. 1900) (Syn: (=) Cajanus bicolor DC. ; (≡) Cajanus flavus DC.; (≡) Cajanus indicus Spreng.; (≡) Cytisus cajan L. (basionym)); Images by Gurcharan Singh & Karuna Kanta Das (Placed here by J.M.Garg)   kaj-AY-nus — Latinized form of the Malay […]

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