Ecbolium ligustrinum (Ran Aboli)

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Swaminathan, Prakash

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Nov 18, 2008, 2:36:54 AM11/18/08
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Shot at Matheran. Seen growing wildly on the road sides.

Identified using Shrikant Inghalikar's "Flowers of Sahayadri".

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satish phadke

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Nov 19, 2008, 8:10:45 AM11/19/08
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A good picture. A member from Acanthaceae family.
Satish

2008/11/18 Swaminathan, Prakash <Prakash.S...@bg-group.com>



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J.M. Garg

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Nov 19, 2008, 9:35:41 PM11/19/08
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Lovely pictures, Prakash ji.
But why this ochre red tint instead of green?
Ecbolium linneanum (syn. E. ligustrinum, Justicia ecbolium, J. ligustrina )  Acanthaceae Udu-jati, Aboli  flower on 16/7/08 in Hooghly ( West Bengal)- Debasish ji.  Ecbolium linneanum (No common name) FOR IDENTIFICATION* - indiantreepix | Google Groups FRLHT's - Encyclopedia of Indian Medicinal Plants


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satish phadke

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Nov 19, 2008, 10:44:35 PM11/19/08
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Western ghats have dark red soil and the powder gets spread on the leaves and flowers .Probably the tinge is due to that
Satish

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