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Botanical name:. Leucas sp?? Pench Reserve Forest, Madhya Pradesh, ft. Opposite, 3 to 8 cm, lanceolate, oblong, margin toothed, hairy and base almost tapering into a petiole approx. Flowers are white, sessile in axillary densely flowered whorls widely spaced. Small , white coloured. The Pillars.
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Leucas martinicensis Jacq. Syn: Clinopodium martinicense Jacq. Aiton ; Leucas ringoetii De Wild. Calyx tube sigmoidly curved S shape. Pubescent fine hairs Reticulate. Large herb with angular stem. Erect herbs, pubescent. Leaves to 7 x 2. Whorls axillary; bracts many, 8 mm, linear, aristate; calyx tube 5 mm, oblique, hairy; corolla lobes 5 mm, subequal, pubescent; filaments 1 and 1.
Nut truncate. From India Biodiversity Portal. Attributions- Dr. N Sasidharan Dr. Leucas sp for ID? I had photographed this long back and these are the only photos i have. Photographs are not of good quality. Still requesting to a give a try Location: Pench MP.
Botanical name: Leucas sp?? I think size of the flowers in my photographs are too small. I doubt about L. But still lets wait for further comments.. To me this is not L. I guess this could be L. Please check any flora with a live specimen. It is easy to id Leucas when you have a live specimen with flower in hand otherwise it is difficult unless one worked on it. Leucas aspera have glabrascent leaves. More compact inflorescence than the picture provided here. Leucas martinicensis , perhaps.
Please have a look at Leucas aspera in the following link. The major character for L. It could be Leucas martinicensis. Please check the following characters, if you come across the species again. Thanks a lot. It does look like Leucas martinicensis.
Do have a look at following link.. Looks like Leucas but flower are too small. Yes, Leucas martinicensis. For me also Leucas martinicensis. This is an important medicinal plant. This is seen near Ooty, down the hill, , when you approach from Mysore. Attachments 5 - around kb each. For more details, pl. The Pillars 2. Moderators 4. Major contributors Stars of the month Efloraofindia's journey General.
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Botanical name:. Leucas sp?? Pench Reserve Forest, Madhya Pradesh, ft. Opposite, 3 to 8 cm, lanceolate, oblong, margin toothed, hairy and base almost tapering into a petiole approx. Flowers are white, sessile in axillary densely flowered whorls widely spaced. Small , white coloured.