5 pictures from the plateau from Chiplun to Ganpatipule

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MC Arunan

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Sep 19, 2010, 12:55:22 PM9/19/10
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Dear all,
I am posting pictures for the first time to efloraofindia.
These are from the palateau beteen Chiplun and Ganpatipule,
Maharashtra taken on 12 September 2010 (ignore the date on the pics).
Kindly identify.

MC Arunan
Homi Bhabha Center for Science Education
& Sophia College for Women
Mumbai. India


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Parjanya guru

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Sep 19, 2010, 2:33:28 PM9/19/10
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.. Dear Arunan jee..
 
For DSCN0798.JPG,  try with  Smithea  of Family fabaceae
 And for the pics DSCN0857.JPG   and  DSCN0862.JPG  .. I stick to  Utricularia reticulata
as id.
.. Remaining pics.,lets see for the expertee's opinion..
:)
 
 
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MC Arunan

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Sep 20, 2010, 12:24:37 AM9/20/10
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Thanks Parjanya.
Has Compositae changed to Fabaceae? (My brother, a small time management guru, recognized smithea as a relative of chrysanthemum!)
 
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Biodiversity Sensitization Project
Biology_Network, Mumbai Unit

Bhatt Sweta

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Sep 21, 2010, 1:42:04 PM9/21/10
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Compositae is also known as the Asteraceae family but its DIFFERENT than Fabaceae.

Also, 1st seems to Senecio sps.  or also known as Sonki in Marathi or Sona-Chandi as the flowers are Yellow (Golden/Sona) and the ventral side of leaf is Silvery (Chandi).
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Dinesh Valke

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Sep 21, 2010, 1:52:56 PM9/21/10
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DSCN0798.JPG seems to be Smithia sensitiva.
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