Phlogacanthus pubinervius

Phlogacanthus pubinervius T. Anderson, J. Linn. Soc., Bot. 9: 508 1867. (syn: Aeschynanthus dunnii H. Lév.; Lonicera menelii H. Lév.);

China (Yunnan, Guizhou, Guangxi), India (E-Himalaya, Darjeeling, NE-India), Sikkim, Myanmar [Burma] (Chin, Mandalay, Shan), Bhutan, Nepal as per Catalogue of Life;

Shrub up to 6m, much branched and spreading.Stems grey, puberulent. Leaves broadly elliptic, 4-13 x 2-8cm, acute at both ends, glabrous except for pubescent veins; petiole 0.5-3cm. Flowers in small, subsessile, axillary cymes c 2-3cm. Bracts minute, c 1mm. Calyx 5-8mm, thinly hairy except for conspicuous grey-pubescent margins of lobes. Corolla orange-yellow, strongly curved, shortly pubescent, c 15mm, 7-8mm wide at mouth; tube inflated from base; upper lip longer than lower. Anthers c 3mm, exserted. Capsule c 3cm.
Fl. December-February
Scattered in subtropical forest and scrub
(Attributions- A.J.C. GRIERSON & D.G. LONG. Flora of Bhutan. Published by RBGE and RGOB. 2001 from Bhutan biodiversity portal)

Kindly find photographs of Phlogacanthus pubinervius T. Anders. (Acanthaceae) for addition to the website

Beautiful pics ..., please also add place of collection for the database..
Superb upload & photographs depicting all plant parts in detail. 

Cherrapunjee, Shillong 

You are correct about some of the images. However if check the eflora image and some herbarium sheets in gbif, they seem to match.
**Some herbarium sheets collated in gbif seem to be misidentified!!
Thanks, ... We do not have any images of Phlogacanthus pubinervius in efi so far.
MS Feb, 2018/08 Phlogacanthus sp. for ID : 7 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2)  
Location : Saitual, Mizoram
Date : 23-02-2018
Habit : Shrub
Habitat : Cultivated as a hedge plants
Note : The flowers are sucked by children & birds.
Pl. check
It is Phlogacanthus thyrsiformis
I do not think matches with images at Phlogacanthus thyrsiformis (Roxb. ex Hardw.) Mabb. as inflorescence is axillary in your plant.
Pl. check with images at Phlogacanthus pubinervius T. Anderson 
I think it's P. pubinervius, but color of stem is different ?