On Jan 14, 8:04 pm, raghu ananth <raghu_...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Wild flower for ID,
> The circular leaf arrangement appears as if a protective circle arround the flower.
> Karian shola, Top Slip, Annamalai,
> Western ghats,Tamil Nadu,
> 06 Dec 2009
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Forwarding again for Id confirmation or otherwise please.
Earlier relevant feedback:
“This is an interesting plant.
teh circular objects are not Leaves tehyare the leafy epicalyx,
common in Malvaceae family.
Hibiscus furcatus also show such leafy epicalyx and also teh red
glands seen in your pic. this is not H. furcatus.
checkout with H. surrattensis and H. radiatus which also shows leafy
“This flowering plant looks very similar to H. surrattensis
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