Phlogacanthus tubiflorus

Phlogacanthus tubiflorus Nees, Pl. Asiat. Rar. 3: 99 1832. (Syn: Justicia tubiflora Buch.-Ham. ex Wall. (Unresolved));

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Nees in Wall. Pl. As. Rar. iii. 99, and in DC. Prodr. xi. 321 ; leaves large elliptic or ovate narrowed at both ends softly pubescent beneath, panicles elongate dense somewhat pubescent, calyx-teeth 1/8 in., corolla 3/4 in. tubular curved scarcely widened upwards. T. Anders, in Journ. Linn. Soc. ix. 506, partly. Justicia tubiflora, Wall. Cat. 2428.
ASSAM PLAINS ; Hamilton, Jenkins, Masters : and adjacent KHASIA TERAI, alt. 2000 ft. ; Borpani, H. f. & T.
Leaves attaining 10 by 3-5.1/2 in., subentire or crenulate, densely punctulate above, almost woolly (but decidnously) pubescent beneath ; petiole 1-2 in., pubescent. Panicle 2-8 in., densely closely ramous, subthyrsoid ; pedicels often 1/4 in. ; bracts 1/8 in., linear. Calyx-tube 1/16 in. ; teeth linear-lanceolate, pubescent or glabrate. Corolla nearly as of P. Wallichii, yellow-red (Nees). Capsule 1.1/3 by 1/5 in., glabrous, 12-seeded. Seeds much compressed, glabrous.—Nearly allied to P. Wallichii, differing in the softly hairy under surface of the leaves and the much more open panicle.
(From The Flora of British India (1884) from IBIS FLORA)
It is Phologacanthus tubiflorus. I just mistake during the attach 


The Plant List Ver.1.1 (Unresolved)  India Biodiversity Portal  IBIS Flora Floristic Diversity of Assam: Study of Pabitora Wildlife Sanctuary By Bora, Yogendra Kumar (2003- Details with keys)