Euphorbia species for ID 3/01/2010

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Satish Phadke

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03-Jan-2010, 1:06:55 pm03/01/10
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This is a tiny herb.
Must be very common. Got a chance to see its flowers. Actually the intricate nature of the flowers was appreciated on zooming the macro. Is it Chamaesyce hypericifolia. I could find Dinesh Valke's photo on Flickr matching this one.
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shrikant ingalhalikar

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03-Jan-2010, 9:55:43 pm03/01/10
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This is herb with erect stem, leaves opposite and with stipules.
Involucres on axillary pedunculate cymes. I have identified this as
Euphorbia zornioides. Pls validate. Regards, Shrikant Ingalhalikar

On Jan 3, 11:06 pm, Satish Phadke <phadke.sat...@gmail.com> wrote:
> This is a tiny herb.
> Must be very common. Got a chance to see its flowers. Actually the intricate

> nature of the flowers was appreciated on zooming the macro. Is it *Chamaesyce
> hypericifolia. *I could find Dinesh Valke's photo on Flickr matching this
> one.*
> *Dr Satish Phadke*
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Dinesh Valke

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03-Jan-2010, 10:50:25 pm03/01/10
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Shrikant ji, could it be Chamaesyce hypericifolia (C. glomerifera, Euphorbia glomerifera, E. hypericifolia).
But not sure of difference between C. hypericifolia and Euphorbia zornioides ...
Regards.


 

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J.M. Garg

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16-Feb-2010, 3:47:20 am16/02/10
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Forwarding again for Id confirmation or otherwise pl.

Earlier relevant feedback:

“This is herb with erect stem, leaves opposite and with stipules.


Involucres on axillary pedunculate cymes. I have identified this as

Euphorbia zornioides. Pls validate. Regards, Shrikant Ingalhalikar”

 

“Shrikant ji, could it be Chamaesyce hypericifolia (C. glomerifera, Euphorbia glomerifera, E. hypericifolia).
But not sure of difference between C. hypericifolia and Euphorbia zornioides ... ” from Dinesh ji.



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16-Feb-2010, 3:50:54 am16/02/10
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Euphorbia hirta ?


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17-Feb-2010, 12:56:02 pm17/02/10
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I think Euphorbia microphylla ?

J.M. Garg

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Forwarding again for Id confirmation or otherwise pl.

Earlier relevant feedback:

“This is herb with erect stem, leaves opposite and with stipules.
Involucres on axillary pedunculate cymes. I have identified this as
Euphorbia zornioides. Pls validate. Regards, Shrikant Ingalhalikar”

 

“Shrikant ji, could it be Chamaesyce hypericifolia (C. glomerifera, Euphorbia glomerifera, E. hypericifolia).
But not sure of difference between C. hypericifolia and Euphorbia zornioides ... ” from Dinesh ji.

 

Euphorbia hirta ?” from Vijayadas ji.

 
"I think Euphorbia microphylla ?" from Balkar ji.
 
 
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This is a tiny herb.
Must be very common. Got a chance to see its flowers. Actually the intricate nature of the flowers was appreciated on zooming the macro. Is it Chamaesyce hypericifolia. I could find Dinesh Valke's photo on Flickr matching this one.
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J.M. Garg

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25-Mar-2010, 3:18:45 am25/03/10
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Forwarding again for Id confirmation or otherwise pl.
Earlier relevant feedback:
“This is herb with erect stem, leaves opposite and with stipules.
Involucres on axillary pedunculate cymes. I have identified this as
Euphorbia zornioides. Pls validate. Regards, Shrikant Ingalhalikar”
 
“Shrikant ji, could it be Chamaesyce hypericifolia (C. glomerifera, Euphorbia glomerifera, E. hypericifolia).
But not sure of difference between C. hypericifolia and Euphorbia zornioides ... ” from Dinesh ji.
 
“Euphorbia hirta ?” from Vijayadas ji.
 
"I think Euphorbia microphylla ?" from Balkar ji.

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This is a tiny herb.
Must be very common. Got a chance to see its flowers. Actually the intricate nature of the flowers was appreciated on zooming the macro. Is it Chamaesyce hypericifolia. I could find Dinesh Valke's photo on Flickr matching this one.
Dr Satish Phadke

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Rohit Patel

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25-Mar-2010, 4:53:40 am25/03/10
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yes this is “Euphorbia hirta ?”
 i am with Vijayadas ji.


 

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satish pardeshi

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25-Mar-2010, 5:16:57 am25/03/10
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hello all
check it out with Euphorbia erythroclada

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Vijayadas D

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25-Mar-2010, 7:14:32 am25/03/10
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Satish Phadke

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25-Mar-2010, 9:11:03 am25/03/10
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Thanks Satish Ji
It definitely closely matches with the reference page picture.
To tell the details of characters of my specimen apart from seen in the picture..........
The leaves and plant in general not hairy as in E.hirsuta.Leaves 2cm* bye 0.5 cm or so in opposite pairs, finely serrate. Capsule reddish 3 lobed. The plant was growing as a weed in garden.
The description matches fairly well with that in BSI Mah flora.
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satish pardeshi

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25-Mar-2010, 9:14:43 am25/03/10
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yes Satish Ji
the stem was not hairy at all, so was not conveinced of it being E. hirta. Euphorbia erythroclada i collected from the bank of Dahisar river.
Sorrry i dnt provide the description and information along with the link

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Satish Phadke

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19-Sept-2011, 11:58:46 am19/09/11
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Forwarding again for comparison to recent Madhuri ji's post

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This is a tiny herb.
Must be very common. Got a chance to see its flowers. Actually the intricate nature of the flowers was appreciated on zooming the macro. Is it Chamaesyce hypericifolia. I could find Dinesh Valke's photo on Flickr matching this one.
Dr Satish Phadke



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Giby Kuriakose

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19-Sept-2011, 12:09:18 pm19/09/11
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Yes this is Euphorbia hypericifolia  and Chamaesyce hypericifolia is a synonym now, according to the plant list


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J.M. Garg

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22-Nov-2013, 5:48:51 am22/11/13
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A reply from another thread:
"This seems to be Euphorbia indica Lam. with cyathia clustered in axillary peduncles. In E. erythroclada, the cyathia are solitary of paired in axils, never in clusters as here. The leaves are pale greenish silvery white beneath in E. erythroclada, but the lower surface of leaves are not visible in the photo.
N. P. Balakrishnan, 11 Nov. 2013"
 

 
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This is a tiny herb.
Must be very common. Got a chance to see its flowers. Actually the intricate nature of the flowers was appreciated on zooming the macro. Is it Chamaesyce hypericifolia. I could find Dinesh Valke's photo on Flickr matching this one.
Dr Satish Phadke

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Nambiyath Balakrishnan

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22-Nov-2013, 7:43:49 am22/11/13
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After seeing the currently uploaded photos, I find that this species should be Euphorbia hypericifolia L., where the leaves are longer than in E. indica. Further the limbs of glands are pinkish white and the cyathia clusters are subtended by smaller leaves, which is not found in E. indica.
N.P.Balakrishnan, 22 Nov. 2013

Satish Phadke

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26-Nov-2013, 10:15:49 am26/11/13
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I find that there are two IDs both given by Balakrishnan ji
Garg ji hope this is not a mix up.

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Nambiyath Balakrishnan

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26-Nov-2013, 11:34:01 am26/11/13
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To remove the contradiction in the identifications, I once again reiterate that my identification that this species is Euphorbia hypericifolia (syn.: Chamaesyce hypericifolia) is the correct identification. The earlier identification that it is E. indica is not correct.
N. P. Balakrishnan, 26 Nov. 2013
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