Perhaps you can load a picture showing key characters of E. pulchellum
on this thread. Regards,
On Mar 8, 6:18 pm, Gurcharan Singh <singh...@gmail.com
> Thanks Shrikant ji for nice information
> Perhaps status of E roseum vs E. pulchellum have to be investigated
> All four E. capense, E roseum, E. pupurascens and E. roseum are recognised
> are accepted names
> The shrub growing in Delhi and identified as Eranthemum nervosum (Vahl) in
> Flora of Delhi is now correctly known as E. pulchellum Andrews
> Eranthemum nervosum Dalzell and Gibson is now correctly known as E
> pupurascens Wight ex Nees.
> If E. purpurascens is distinct in absence of white patches on bracts, we
> will have to find differences between E roseum and E. pulchellum to know our
> exact plant. I am uploading my photographs from Delhi
> Dr. Gurcharan Singh
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> On Tue, Mar 8, 2011 at 4:06 PM, Shrikant Ingalhalikar
> > Posting 3 species of Eranthemum for comparison and validation.
> > Bracts white with green nerves..................................E. roseum
> > (Vahl.) R. Br.
> > Bracts green, many nerved, white ciliate on margins...E. purpurascens Nees
> > Bracts green, few nerved, viscous hairy......................E. capens L.
> > var. concanense (T. And. C. B. Cl.) Sant.
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