The picture you have is of seed-pods. Most related species died down
to the bulb in winters, and what remans visible are these strange red
seed-pods. I can say something to differentiate the species by looking
at the flowers. But I am not able to favour one species over the other
by looking at the seep-pods, maybe some others might be able to.
On Nov 20, 1:56 pm, Rajesh Sachdev <leopard...@gmail.com
> bengaal gingr flowers in Summer, it was start of winter (although it rained
> and snow fallen during my trip for bird count)
> 2009/11/20 Tabish <tabi...@gmail.com
> > indiantreepi...@googlegroups.com
> > .