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Gopakumar S

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Dec 18, 2008, 6:06:29 AM12/18/08
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Sirs,
These two plants are snapped from Wayanad district, Kerala. Please help in identification.

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IMG_0081.jpg

grassman

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Dec 18, 2008, 6:40:45 AM12/18/08
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Dear image DSCF8028.jpg seems to be Crinum sp.
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>  IMG_0081.jpg
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J.M. Garg

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Dec 18, 2008, 10:43:38 AM12/18/08
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Can IMG_0081.jpg be an Onagraceae member like Ludwigia species? 

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J.M. Garg

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Jan 6, 2009, 3:11:48 AM1/6/09
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Forwadring again for Id pl.

DSCF8028.jpg
IMG_0081.jpg

Dinesh Valke

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Jan 6, 2009, 3:21:22 AM1/6/09
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DSCF8028.jpg -- seems to me Crinum sp. not sure of specific.
IMG_0081.jpg -- looks like Ludwigia, and most probably L. hyssopifolia
Regards.

Kenneth Greby

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Jan 6, 2009, 7:52:45 AM1/6/09
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 Picture # DSCF8028 appears to be some sort of Crinum species.

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J.M. Garg

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Jan 6, 2009, 11:40:56 AM1/6/09
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Gopakumar S

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Jan 7, 2009, 12:28:39 AM1/7/09
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Sirs,
Many thanks for the help rendered.
Gopan

 

JM Garg

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Aug 15, 2018, 7:08:23 AM8/15/18
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Appears to be Ludwigia peruviana (L.) H.Hara as per images herein and as per keys at Ludwigia   
DSCF8028.jpg
IMG_0081.jpg

Dinesh Valke

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Aug 15, 2018, 11:26:38 AM8/15/18
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Perhaps DSCF8028.jpg is Crinum ¿ asiaticum ?
and IMG_0081.jpg could be Ludwigia peruviana just as Garg ji has suggested.
Regards.
Dinesh

Ushadi Micromini

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Aug 15, 2018, 8:08:23 PM8/15/18
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please submit each picture separately

its the guideline rule for ALL members
everybody needs to follow it
its nice of Dinesh to give you ideas for diagnosis

but this not done
EVERYBODY HAS TO FOLLOW THE RULES.

AND FOLLOW THE RULES IN FUTURE

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1. Maximum 3 posts per day for Identification requests/ confirmations- with one plant per mail (with preferably three or more pictures from different angles along with Close-ups), with different subject lines only are allowed. Members uploading the photographs for ID should ensure that all photographs belong to the same plant. Pl. follow the following format (without any spacing between the lines for easy incorporation in the website) for Identification requests/ confirmations:

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Location- Place, Altitude, GPS-

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Leaves Type/ Shape/ Size-

Inflorescence Type/ Size-

Flowers Size/ Colour/ Calyx/ Bracts-

Fruits Type/ Shape/ Size Seeds-

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Pl. copy it & keep it on desktop in a Word document so that you can copy & paste it & fill in the information (& provide pictures for these) to the extent possible while requesting for Id. This is compulsory for Id requests.

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To re-size in Microsoft Office Picture Manager, which is available in most Window based computers: Open your picture in Microsoft Office Picture Manager. Click on 'Picture' in the top at Menu Bar & Select 'Resize' under it & select 800 by 600 pixels or more, Click on OK. Select File--> Save as, choose a file name & click on save button. It is much reduced in size. Similar procedure can be followed in other picture processing software.
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looking forward to lots of cases from you.
good luck 
usha di 



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J.M. Garg

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Aug 15, 2018, 11:16:06 PM8/15/18
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Yes, I was talking about 2nd image. 
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