Dicliptera bupleuroides


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Dicliptera bupleuroides Nees ? (Images by Ashwini Bhatia (Inserted by J.M.Garg) (For more images & complete details, click on the links))

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Hairy diffuse herb with ovate-lanceolate about 5 cm long leaves, flowers pink spotted with purple spots;

(i) bracts obovate or cuneate, elliptic, apiculate, not acuminate = D. roxburghiana Nees (D. chinensis)
(ii) bracts linear or linear-oblong, with nearly parallel margins, acuminate-cuspidate = var. bupleuroides (D. bupleuroides)
The key above is from "Bengal Plants" 
 
 
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Peristrophe roxburghiana (Roem. et Schult.) Bremek (syn: P. tinctoria (Roxb.) Nees) which is a cultivated species has much larger flowers (nearly 3 cm as against 1.5-2 cm in Dicliptera bupleuroides) and few flowers generally towards top of branches.
 
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Flora of British India recognises two taxa: D. roxburghiana Nees growing in plains on N. India from Punjab to Assam (it has elliptic acute leaves; bracts elliptic or obovate, apiculate not acuminate (less than twice as long as broad-eFl China) and D. roxburghiana var. bupleuroides growing in hills from 1000-6000 ft. (which is now treated as distinct species D. bupleuroides; leaves ovate or elliptic acute or acuminate; bracts linear or linear-oblong nearly parallel sided and acuminate-cuspidate at tip)
Pakistan Flora does not list D. roxburghiana and treats D. roxburgiana auct (non Nees); T. Anders as synonym of D. bupleuroides, in which flowers are supposed to be 12-15 mm long, lists flowers shorter than 5 mm in D. verticillata which also has linear-lanceolate bracts.
Flora of China luckily includes both the species D. bupleuroides (corolla 5 mm long) and D. chinensis (L.) Juss. (with D. roxburghiana Nees as synonym). Both are reported to be growing in India, D. bupleuroides according to Useful Plants of India, CSIR known as Bouna in Simla and D. Roxburhiana as Kirch or Somni in Punjab.    
  
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Dicliptera bupleuroides from Mandi : Attachments (2).  5 posts by 3 authors.
Dicliptera bupleuroides Nees (syn: Dicliptera roxburghina auct. (non Nees which is synonym of D. chinensis)) from Mandi H. P., common in the Himalayas at lower altitudes ascending to 2200 m,
not to be confused with Peristrophe roxburghiana (Roem. et Schult.) Bremek (syn: P. tinctoria (Roxb.) Nees) which is a cultivated species with much larger flowers (nearly 3 cm as against 1.5-2 cm in D. bupleuroides) and few flowers generally towards top of branches.
Thanks Sir for indicating the difference and also I was unaware of the complex nomenclatural history of this plant.
  This species has been troubling for a long time, and it seems the troubles are still not over. Comparing your pictures with the illustration at Flora of Pakistan:
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One petal of the flower has three teeth, and the other is notched. In your picture, one petal is 3-toothed, but the other is clearly not notched. Also the leaves in the illustration are long-stalked, whereas those in your plant appear to be short-stalked or stalkless.
   With one petal 3-toothed, and the other one pointed, your flower reminds me of Peristrophe, however I will let that speculation be at the moment.
Thanks ... for your critical observation:
Here is description from Flora of British India, Page 554 for Dicliptera
    "upper lip entire or emarginate", "lower 3-toothed recurved"
As far as leaves are concerned, petiole length varies from 4 mm to 25 mm. It is usual to find lower leaves petioled and upper sessile. The photographs are from the upper region where flower-clusters are present. You may check up illustration on page 377 of "Flora Simlensis" The key features between the genera are the fruit dehiscence (which of course we are not seeing in this case) and inflorescence which in Peristrophe appears paniculate (as you can clearly see in Perstrophe paniculata and links I have provided for P. roxburghiana (syn: P. tinctotoria).
I fear the two photographs appearing at FOI belong to two different species, second possibly to Dicliptera bupleuroides, and first definitely not P. roxburghiana). P. roxburghiana is a cultivated species and not growing wild in Himalayas. You may observe my links carefully. I am uploading one more photograph to show faint notch. I am providing more links for P. roxburghiana
Thanks ..., for the clarifications. I have always been uncertain about my identification of Peristrophe roxburghii at FOI - will give a revised look. Thanks particularly for the link of the illustration of  Peristrophe roxburghiana - this is something I wanted badly. I was not too worried about Peristrophe roxburghiana being a
cultivated plant because we found it in Nainital, where there are lot of flora planted by the British, and garden escapes are common. Meanwhile, does any of your pictures of Dicliptera bupleuroides show the sepals - I believe they are supposed to be linear-lance shaped. 
  
 
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Acanthaceae Week: Dicliptera bupleuroides from Manali: Dicliptera bupleuroides Nees, Pl. asiat. rar. 3:111. 1832
syn: Dicliptera buergeriana Miq.; Dicliptera cardiocarpa Nees; Dicliptera roxburghii T.Anderson; Dicliptera roxburghiana var. bupleuroides (Nees) C.B. Clarke; Dicliptera roxburghiana auct. (non Nees)
hairy diffuse herb with ovate-lanceolate about 5 cm long leaves, flowers pink spotted with purple spots.  
Common along pathways in Manali and Kullu. Photographed from Mandi in October, 2009.

 
Kalatop (Dam side) id Al031312:  Another flower blooming nowadays near the Chamera Dam...
Location Kalatop, Chamba
Altitude 1200 mts
Habit herb
Habitat wild
Height 2feet (seemed to be chopped)
Season March

 
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Kalatope id al240511a... Dicliptera??: This is one of the Dicliptera.... (I think)
Location Kalatope
Altitude 2100mts
Habit herb
Habitat wild
Height 8 inches approx

 
 
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Dicliptera bupleuroides from Nandini J & K. pl validate: Dicliptera bupleuroides Nees in Wallich, Pl. Asiat. Rar. 3: 111. 1832.
syn: Dicliptera roxburghiana Nees var. bupleuroides (Nees) C. B. Clarke.
There seems to be a lot of variation combined with confusion in some books and databases. While on trip to Kashmir last year I did find two distinct populations, that after seeing the two plants shown by ... appear two distinct species.
The species is differentiated according to Flora of China by leaf ovate, apex acuminate; cymes subsessile or on 3-5 mm long peduncle, many flowered; bracts lanceolate, 2-3 mm; outer bracteoles green, oblong-lanceolate, 5-7 × ca. 2 mm, abaxially pubescent, base cuneate, apex mucronate; inner bracteoles green with yellowish margin, lanceolate, ca. 4 × 1.5 mm; calyx ca. 3 mm; corolla ca. 5 mm, outside pubescent; lip in lower position orbicular, ca. 1.5 × 1.5 mm; lip in upper position oblong, ca. 2 × 1 mm, Staminal filaments ca. 2 mm; style ca. 3 mm. Capsule ca. 3 mm, seeds1 mm

I have been on a lookout for this species for a long time, but none of the findings agreed with the description. This plant of yours agrees very well with the description of Dicliptera bupleuroides. Particularly striking for me is the 3-toothed upper lip, and a round lower lip, and the flowers being velvety on the outer side. To put any remaining doubt to rest, I would probably be happy to see a mature leaf, to see if it is long-pointed.
 
 
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PLANT FOR ID 26112012AMF03: Pant found in Bhadarwah(j&k)
Elevation.1613,mtrs
Dicliptera bupleuroides
 
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[EfloraofIndia_170212PD01_Dicliptera bupleuroides_Flora of Odisha: (7 pictures) please find the images of Dicliptera bupleuroides taken from Ranpur
Name: Dicliptera bupleuroides
Family: Acanthaceae
Habit: Herb
Habitat: wild, moist deciduous to semi-evergreen forest
Place of collection: Ranpur
Beautiful shots showing all features 
 
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pink flowers from acanthaceae family for id mm2 22022013:  pink flowers from acanthaceae family
for identification
morni hills, first week of january
This is Dicliptera bupleuroides.. happy to know that you visited Morni Hills...
Supporting ...
 
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Wild Herb For ID : Uttarakhand : 180413 : AK-2 Attachments (2). 5 posts by 3 authors.
Small herb seen along the roadside with tiny purple flowers.
Id please.
Looks like Dicliptera bupleuroides
Yes ..., nice capture of the tiny flowers..

Acanthaceae Fortnight: Dicliptera bupleuroides from Nandini J & K-GSMAR12/131 post by 1 author. Attachments (2)
Dicliptera bupleuroides Nees, Pl. asiat. rar. 3:111. 1832
syn: Dicliptera buergeriana Miq.; Dicliptera cardiocarpa Nees; Dicliptera roxburghii T.Anderson; Dicliptera roxburghiana var. bupleuroides (Nees) C.B. Clarke; Dicliptera roxburghiana auct. (non Nees)
Hairy diffuse herb with ovate-lanceolate about 5 cm long leaves, flowers pink spotted with purple spots.
Common along pathways in Manali and Kullu. Photographed from Mandi in October, 2009.
 
 
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Dicliptera bupleuroides?/ABMAR28 : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (3) 
These foldwings are emerging slowly now. Are these Dicliptera bupleuroides?
The flowers are tiny, not larger than 25mm from top to bottom with hairy undersides.
Dicliptera bupleuroides–Please confirm
Mcleodganj, Dharamshala, HP
1750m
26 March 2015
Nice images ... I think the id is right..
 
 
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Please validate if the pics belong to Dicliptera bupleuroides, these were recorded from Chakrata, Uttrakhand..


 
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These pics were recorded from Shimla area, please validate/correct the id..
Dicliptera bupleuroides..?
 
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Dicliptera bupleuroides Nees (accepted name) ??? : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (6)
Location : Pharpingl, Nepal
Date : 20 March 2017
Altitude : 4800 ft.

I also think matches with images at Dicliptera bupleuroides


 
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