Mimosa polyancistra

Mimosa polyancistra Benth. (syn: Mimosa hystricosa Brandegee); India (I) ; Andhra Pradesh; Tamil Nadu; Mexico (U) as per ILDIS; This taxon is known predominately from pine-oak and tropical montane deciduous woodland. This taxon is endemic to Mexico found from Sinaloa to Chiapas Province. Citation: Groom, A. 2012. Mimosa adenantheroides. The IUCN Red List of Threatened […]

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Mimosa diplotricha var. inermis

Mimosa diplotricha var. inermis (Adelb.) M.K. Alam & M. Yusof, Bangladesh J. Bot. 21(1): 55 1992. (syn: Mimosa diplotricha var. inermis (Adelb.) Veldkamp); Indonesia (N) ; Irian Jaya (N); Jawa (N); Mauritius (I); Papua New Guinea (N); Sri Lanka (I) as per ILDIS; Straggling subshrubs; stem 4-angular, without prickles. Leaves alternate to 12 cm long; […]

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Mimosa species

    vpsinghID24102011: 1 correct image as above. 4 fotos FYI & NA Pls, thanQ experts Please send the photographs in separate links and help the taxonomic experts to identify the plants in a systematic way. Otherwise, this would create confusion. Nevertheless, the second photograph looks like one of the Mimosa species. Please provide details […]

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Mimosa diplotricha

Mimosa diplotricha Sauvalle (Syn: Mimosa invisa C.Mart.; Mimosa longisiliqua Lam.; Morongia pilosa Standl.; Schrankia brachycarpa Benth.; Schrankia pilosa (Standl.) J.F.Macbr.;              Mimosa diplotricha C. Wright; Mimosa invisa “sensu auct., non Colla”); . India (I); Karnataka ; Kerala ; Tamil Nadu and other countries as per ILDIS; . Mimosa diplotricha Sauvalle (?) from Assam : Attachments (10).  5 posts by […]

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Mimosa rubicaulis

Mimosa rubicaulis Lam. (Syn: Mimosa intsia sensu auct. non L.; Mimosa mutabilis Roxb.; Mimosa octandra Roxb.); Afghanistan (N); India (N); Andhra Pradesh ; Arunachal Pradesh ; Assam; Bihar; Delhi ; Goa; Gujarat; Haryana; Himachal Pradesh; Jammu-Kashmir; Karnataka; Kerala; Madhaya Pradesh; Maharashtra; Manipur; Meghalaya; Mizoram; Nagaland; Orissa ; Pondicherry; Punjab; Rajasthan ; Sikkim; Tamil Nadu; Tripura […]

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Mimosa himalayana

Mimosa himalayana Gamble (syn.  Mimosa rubricaulis sensu auct.; Mimosa rubricaulis subsp. himalayana (Gamble) H.Ohashi);   A large deciduous shrub with ribbed densely hairy branches with straight or hooked up to 4 mm long prickles; leaf bippinate with up to 25 cm long rachis; pinnae 5-12 pairs, leaflets (pinnules) 6-15 pairs, 3-8 mm long; flowers pink […]

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Mimosa pudica

Mimosa pudica L. (syn: Mimosa hispidula Kunth);   mim-MOH-suh — from the word for mimic, referring to the movement of the leavespud-EE-kuh — shrinking, closing, modest commonly known as: humble plant, sensitive plant (Australia), shame plant, sleeping grass, prayer plant, touch-me-not • Assamese: nilajban • Bengali: laajak, lajjabati, lajjavathi • Gujarati: reesamani • Hindi: छुई-मुई […]

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Mimosa hamata

Mimosa hamata Willd. (Syn.Mimosa armata Spreng.; Mimosa hemata Willd. [Spelling variant]); images by Anurag N. Sharma & Dr. Satish Phadke (legume photo)     Hooked Mimosa • Hindi: Mundi, बंदर की राखी Bander-ki-Rakhi • Marathi: गुलाबी बबूल Gulabi babul • Telugu: Undrakampa • Kannada: Sagari mullu; India (N): Andhra Pradesh; Delhi; Gujarat; Haryana; Karnataka; Kerala; Madhaya […]

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