Leucas aspera

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Rashida Atthar

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May 31, 2010, 8:25:38 AM5/31/10
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Tiny flowering of Leucas aspera used in traditional medecine seen at Anashi WLS, karnataka, last week of April, '10.

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Rashida.
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tanay bose

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May 31, 2010, 9:11:45 AM5/31/10
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Nice catch very common in Bengal as a weed
Tanay

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surajitkoley

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May 23, 2015, 10:28:36 AM5/23/15
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Leucas aspera (Willd.) Link should have (ref. FoC) -
  • densely hispid many flowered globose verticillaster
  • hispid linear bracts as long as calyx
  • oblique calyx mouth, calyx hispid outside, teeth straight-triangular-spinescent apex
This species is not likely to be Leucas aspera (Willd.) Link.

This species is likely to be L. lavandulifolia Smith., close-up of calyx is needed to confirm the ID.

Thank you

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surajit koley
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