Fabaceae (Faboideae) Fortnight :: Clitoria annua :: n Western Ghats :: DVOCT29

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Dinesh Valke

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Oct 12, 2015, 12:41:57 PM10/12/15
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Faboideae (Papilionaceae) Fortnight
pea family
Clitoria annua J.Graham
at Sanjay Gandhi National Park on August 26, 2007 

Clitoria annua 



at Yeoor Hills on September 13, 2009 

Supali (Marathi: सुपली) 

Asian Pigeonwings 



at Yeoor Hills on September 19, 2010 

Clitoria annua 



at Manikgad on September 11, 2011 

Clitoria annua 

Clitoria annua
Regards.
Dinesh

Ushadi Micromini

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Oct 13, 2015, 1:38:48 AM10/13/15
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very nice

in that park is it natural or planted?

sorry to ask but i am not familiar with it

usha di

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Dinesh Valke

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Oct 13, 2015, 2:33:06 AM10/13/15
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Thanks Usha di.
This plant is endemic to northern Western Ghats (not sure of the exact range) - naturally grows in wild.

NPGS / GRIN lists some more states of India - Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh ... friends from these states may validate this distribution.

Regards.
Dinesh

Nidhan Singh

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Oct 16, 2015, 4:12:25 AM10/16/15
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I am yet to come across this in wild or cultivated state...!!
Regards,

Dr. Nidhan Singh
Assistant Professor
Department of Botany
I.B. (PG) College
Panipat-132103 Haryana
Ph.: 09416371227

Dinesh Valke

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Oct 16, 2015, 4:30:23 AM10/16/15
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Nidhan ji, this erect herb / subshrub stands about a metre tall, and bears flowers in axils, blooms early morning.
Most possibly it has restricted distribution, endemic to erstwhile Bombay Presidency.
Regards.
Dinesh

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