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Differentitiation between E.khandalensis, E.panchganiensis and E.fusiformis [E.acaulis] is not from the leaves but mainly from the minute difference in floral structure and also from the structure of the bract covering the base of the inflorescence.
At my farm at Shahapur, Euphorbia fusiformis [E.acaulis] locally called Sista, is seen during the monsoon from July to early September and an inflorescence [from an underground rhizome] was seen in April '08 when there was actually no evidence of the plant.
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--- On Wed, 5/13/09, mayur nandikar <mnan...@gmail.com> wrote: