Justicia species- Someshwara WLS

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ANJAN20/20 Please identify this plant: 6 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (6)
Family: Acanthaceae
Date: 28th December 2014
Place: Someshwara
Wildlife Sanctuary
Habit: Straggling shrub
Justicia wynaadensis
Justicia andersonii Wassh (= Justicia santapaui Bennet)
Could you through some light on this as you have posted Justicia wynaadensis.
..., I have posted the same plant in DVJAN04 - that ... is sharing in this post.
... has suggested Justicia wynaadensis; and ... - Justicia andersonii Wassh (= Justicia santapaui Bennet) 

but flowers of :
J. wynaadensis are borne in pairs on spikes 5 - 10 cm long
J. santapaui are relatively large, about 2 - 3 cm in size.

I am skeptical about the posted plant being J. wynaadensis; and am sure it is not J. santapaui.
Perhaps ... can help us with his thoughts.


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