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Alok Mahendroo

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15-Sep-2011, 12:25:02 pm15/09/11
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Dear friends,
More flowers from Pangi,

Location Pangi valley
Altitude 2700mts
Habit herb
Habitat wild
Height 3 feet

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Alok
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Na Bha

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16-Sep-2011, 7:16:59 am16/09/11
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wild wild wild guess some Filipendula? German name "Mädesüß"
grows in shady places near water. Don't know, if found in India high altitudes.

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Nalini

anupam sarmah

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16-Sep-2011, 7:41:54 am16/09/11
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some Polygonaceae member for sure. Ancogonum?

anupam
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Alok Mahendroo

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16-Sep-2011, 11:53:57 am16/09/11
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Yes you're right Anupam ji,
It is Aconogonum alpinum, Thanks
Alok

Gurcharan Singh

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20-Sep-2011, 12:45:29 am20/09/11
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I hope Persicaria wallichii (syn: Polygonum polystachyum)



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anupam sarmah

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20-Sep-2011, 12:52:48 am20/09/11
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Dear Sir,
I have lot of confusion in the family Polygonaceae particularly the genus Polygonum, Ancogonum, and Persicaria. If we refer to few contemporary flora of the Himalayan region there are lot of confusion. Flora of Bhutan, Flora of China and our other Indian floras from the region, there are lot name changes, mereger etc. etc.
Do we have any good and recent revision of the family?

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anupam

Gurcharan Singh

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20-Sep-2011, 1:11:00 am20/09/11
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Anupam ji

Seeing the recent trend it is ideal to follow Polygonum, Persicaria, Bistorta, Aconogonon as distinct genera as done in eFlora of Pakistan. For names GRIN should be helpful.




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Alok Mahendroo

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20-Sep-2011, 4:06:00 am20/09/11
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Thank you sir,
regards
Alok
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