Unidentified Aeschynanthus species from Manipur

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Tabish

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Jul 17, 2022, 3:13:17 AMJul 17
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An Aeschynanthus species from Manipur, blooming in July. Flowers are orange, prominently hairy on the outside.
Although cultivated, quite likely a native species, or a species from SE Asia.
Any clue to its identity?
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  Tabish
TQ-Manipur14b.jpg
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TQ-Manipur14e.jpg
TQ-Manipur14a.jpg
TQ-Manipur14c.jpg

Mahadeswara

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Jul 17, 2022, 7:39:11 AMJul 17
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Awesome photographs !

J.M. Garg

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Jul 22, 2022, 3:02:44 AMJul 22
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To me appears close to images at Aeschynanthus parviflorus (D.Don) Spreng.
Pl. check.

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Tabish

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Jul 23, 2022, 12:01:49 PMJul 23
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I think you are right Garg ji. I hadn't seen a close up of this species before
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