Nov 27, 2009, 2:26:18 AM11/27/09
to indiantreepix, Tabish, Neil Soares, geeta arun, shubhada nikharge
Forwarding again for Id confirmation or otherwise pl.
Earlier relevant feedback:
"Dear Mr. Garg,
To me this looks more like Orthosiphon rubicundus. One distinct
difference between O. rubicundus and O. pallidus is that in O.
pallidus the white flower-tube is almost as long as the calyx, whereas
in O. rubicundus the white flower-tube is twice as long as the calyx.
In view I am now taking it as Orthosiphon thymiflorus.
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