|1||C. diffusa Burm, f.||Peninsular, NE & NW India, E Himalaya, Andaman & Nicobar||lanceolate, 1.5-3 x 0.33-0.67 inch, ciliate||0.67-1 inch, acute, base rounded or cordate, striate|
Haines = 0.75-2 inch
|smaller petals blue, outer pale or white|
Haines = flower blue 0.5 inch diam
|2||C. longifolia Lam. = C. salicifolia Roxb.||Peninsular, E, NE India||linear lanceolate, 3-6 x 0.16-0.5 inch, nearly glabrous, sheaths ciliolate||1.5-2 inch, axillary, solitary, acute to acuminate, base rounded||small, dark blue|
Haines = smaller than diffusa
|3||C. hasskarlii C.B.Cl.||throughout India||narrowly lanceolate, 1-3 x 0.5-0.67 inch, subacute to obtuse, sheaths short||0.5-1 inch, axillary, base rounded, longer than peduncle,|
|4||C. attenuata Koen. ex vahl||almost throughout India||linear or lanceolate, 1-2 (3 Haines) x 0.25-0.5 inch, obtuse or sub-acute||0.33-1.5 inch, acute or caudate-acuminate, longer than peduncles, base auricled, deeply cordate||small, blue|
Haines = very small, brownish sepal
|5||C. apendiculata C.B.Cl.||E, NE India, E Himalaya||linear or linear-lanceolate, 4-6 x 0.17-0.67 inch, narrowed at both ends,||very long peduncled, 2-3 inch, caudate-acuminate, base cordate|
|6||C. benghalensis L.||throughout India|
|7||C. maculata Edgwe. = C. obliqua Buch-Ham. ex D. Don = C. paludosa Bl.||throughout India||lanceolate, 4-7 x 1-2 inch, acute or caudate-acuminate,||0.75-1.5 inch, usually in terminal heads, solitary or crowded, funnel shaped||blue|
|8||C. suffruticosa Bl.||C, N, E & NE India||lanceolate, 3-14 x 0.75-2 inch, acuminate, sheaths auricled||0.33-0.5 inch, panicled or clustered|
Haines = spathe funnel shaped
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