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Smita Raskar

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23-Sept-2010, 2:20:20 pm23/09/10
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Hello..
I have found this plant at  Kas plateau satara
it is about a 1 feet or little more in hight
leaves are long narrow

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Smita raskar
M.Sc.(Botany), B.Ed.
Biology Teacher
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Salaiwada,Sawantwadi
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Pankaj Kumar

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23-Sept-2010, 2:26:13 pm23/09/10
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Dipcadi sp.
Pankaj

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Pankaj Oudhia

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23-Sept-2010, 2:30:28 pm23/09/10
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Just to add. It is used in form of herbal oil externally for Insomnia. Sorry, Shrikant ji but I am not adding more details.

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Pankaj Oudhia

On Thu, Sep 23, 2010 at 11:50 PM, Smita Raskar <smita....@gmail.com> wrote:

Balkar Arya

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23-Sept-2010, 2:30:33 pm23/09/10
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Dipcadi montanum may be

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Dr Balkar Singh
Head, Deptt. of Botany and Biotechnology
Arya P G College, Panipat
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Bhatt Sweta

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23-Sept-2010, 11:49:14 pm23/09/10
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I agree!!!
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Bhatt Shweta
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TCSC,
Doctoral Research Student,
M.S.U.

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JM Garg

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13-Jul-2017, 5:27:56 am13/07/17
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I think it should be Dipcadi ursulae as the bract appears longer than the pedicel as well as per images herein.
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JM Garg

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13-Jul-2017, 5:28:27 am13/07/17
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I think it should be Dipcadi ursulae as the bract appears longer than the pedicel as well as per images herein.

Dipcadi montanum Liliaceae (1)-1.JPG
Dipcadi montanum Liliaceae (3)-1.JPG
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