Dicliptera species


      
while a couple of IDs are still pending from the previous lot, let me throw three more in the fray.
This is the only photo I have of this flower/plant.
Looks like some "Dicliptera Sp".
This, or something similar has been inconclusivelyt discussed recently on this forum. In my view, it could be a species of either Dicliptera or Peristrophe. Can't do better than this.

   
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identification no171110sn1: date/time :dec 10
location:mulshi,pune
habitat: wild
plant habitat: herb
height: tiny
other information: there was this only flower 
Dicliptera sp?
I am quite sure of this plant being Dicliptera


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VoF Week: Dicliptera chinensis; id confirmation needed: This small beautiful flower was photographed at Govindghat on 16.08.2012. ID confirmation is needed.
Good Shot ... I think id is right
Difficult to say anything with this image.
     
Came across this prostrate herb with hairy stem at the forest cover near Patharpunj (Chandoli region). 23-01-2010.
Looks like Dicliptera sp. (Acanthaceae family).
What about Peristrophe paniculata?
this is a prostrate herb, where as P. paniculata is erect or some time diffuse herb, also teh leaves are different. this is some Dicliptera
I think Dicliptera bupleuroides
May be Dicliptera chinensis as per images and details herein. Looks different from Dicliptera bupleuroides as per images and details herein.
Differences between the two species are better appreciated as per FoC illustration and FoP illustration
Difficult to say anything with these image.
 
 
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Came across this prostrate herb with hairy stem at the forest cover near Patharpunj (Chandoli region). 23-01-2010.
Looks like Dicliptera bupleuroides?. (Acanthaceae family).

efi page on Dicliptera bupleuroides 


Difficult to say anything with these image.



Recently I had been to Chakarata-a town near Deharadun. I have taken photographs of some flowers but since they are from Himalayan region, I can not identify them. I "ll be uploading these photos on this site, please help me to identify them.
Second one Dicliptera bupleuroides
May be Dicliptera chinensis as per images and details herein. Looks different from Dicliptera bupleuroides as per images and details herein.
Differences between the two species are better appreciated as per FoC illustration and FoP illustration
Difficult to say anything with this image.