Crotalaria spp.

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Pravin Kawale

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Oct 9, 2009, 2:43:57 AM10/9/09
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Hi,
Id please
A Crotalaria spp
At Alibag coast
Thanks in advance


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rashida atthar

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Oct 9, 2009, 4:26:00 AM10/9/09
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Hi Pravin ji,
 
This appears to be crotalaria pallida. As per the Flora of Mah. Vol II pg :41- flowers are erect, 20-30 flowered racemes, pedicles very short, corolla dull yellow, veined with purple twicw as long as calyx.
 
According  to FOS vol I pg 181 the leaves are trifoliate of Crotolaria pallida.  
 
regards,
Rashida.
 
 
 



 
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Dr Santhosh Kumar

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Oct 9, 2009, 4:27:15 AM10/9/09
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Yes it is Crotalaria pallida
 
Santhosh

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Swagat

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Oct 10, 2009, 3:36:06 AM10/10/09
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Dear all,
 
'Crotalaria pallida' is called 'Jungali Tag' 'जंगली ताग' in Marathi. 
 
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Vijayasankar Raman

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Oct 12, 2009, 5:18:29 AM10/12/09
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To be more precise, it is Crotalaria pallida var. obovata (here the lvs obovate & obtuse. whereas, in the typical variety they are elliptic & acute, in addition to other differences).

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