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Some earlier relevant feedback:
Anurag, this will not be A. pannosum, and not A.hirtum too.
The number of mericarps (25+) and their acute tips, and emarginate petals are pointing to Abutilon hirtum. The indumentum is supposed to have viscid hairs, please check.
|Thank you sir.|
Here is a close up of the stem. Would you say there are viscid hair or only dense simple hair?
Anurag N. Sharma
|Thanks Anurag, it looks like viscid but I cannot tell for sure from the picture. When viscid glandular hairs present, it will be 'sticky' to touch.|
|It was clicked a long time back and the stem close up is something I failed to click at the time! |
If not A. hirtum, what else could it be sir?
|Anurag N. Sharma|
|nice pictures esp number 8|
that makes it seem that it may have been sticky...like some fruits of some basil do and some plectranthus do... that slight dewy smallest "droplets" and they will also collect dirt..
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