Plant for ID SK002

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satyendra tiwari

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Nov 10, 2009, 8:44:03 AM11/10/09
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Dear All,
I photographed this plant today in the garden of a lodge.
This plant was growing in rubbish dump.
Height about 3 feet.
May I request for ID please.
Thanks.
Satyendra

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H.NO 139, P.O.Tala, Distt Umariya.
M.P. India 484-661
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shrikant ingalhalikar

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Nov 10, 2009, 9:12:30 AM11/10/09
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Dear Satyendra ji,

This is Flemingia strobilifera of Fabaceae. Regds

Shrikant Ingalhalikar

On Nov 10, 6:44 pm, satyendra tiwari <kaysat...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear All,
> I photographed this plant today in the garden of a lodge.
> This plant was growing in rubbish dump.
> Height about 3 feet.
> May I request for ID please.
> Thanks.
> Satyendra
>
> --
> Satyendra K.Tiwari.
> Wildlife Photographer, Naturalist, Tour Leader
> H.NO 139, P.O.Tala, Distt Umariya.
> M.P. India 484-661
> To know more about Bandhavgarh visit following links.http://www.flickr.com/photos/satyendraphotographyhttp://tigerdiaries.blogspot.comwww.kaysat.com
> SKAY'S CAMP is awarded QUALITY rating by Tour Operator For Tigers (TOFT).http://www.toftigers.org/accommodation/Default.aspx?id=15
> Review Skay's Camp on TripAdvisor
> 00-91-7627-265309 or 09425331209
>
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>  Plant for ID SK002 P1010028.jpg
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Muthu Karthick

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Nov 11, 2009, 2:30:27 AM11/11/09
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Yes the plant is Desmodium pulchellum (L.) Benth. [Fabaceae]
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