Flora of the Indian Desert

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Kishan Prajapati

Aug 13, 2021, 12:51:29 AM8/13/21
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Submission of Farsetia jacquemontii Hk. f. & Th. 

Habitat: Hilly tracks, open stretches of sand. 

Habit: Erect shrubs or undershrubs, with appressed white hairs throughout the plant. 

Leaves: Sessile, linear-lenceolate. 

Flowers: Pale-pink or white. Drying flowers appears to be orange. (Fl. Ind. Des., M. M. Bhandari, 1990).

Fruit: Compressed, nearly rounded towards both ends, appressed hairy. 

Location: Kachchh, Gujarat

With regards, 
Kishan Prajapati
Vande Vasundhara Research Laboratory
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