Crinum lorifolium

Crinum lorifolium Roxb. ex Ker Gawl., J. Sci. Arts (London) 3: 110 1817. (Syn: Crinum canalifolium Herb.; Crinum elegans Carey ex Herb.; Crinum longifolium Roxb. ex Ker Gawl. [Illegitimate]; Crinum pratense Herb.);
 
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Flowers are subsessile hence C. pratens. C. woodrowii has pedicelled flowers. Moreover the latter is rarely found on cliffs along evergreen forests. C. pratens is a common Crinum in Konkan.  
 
 

Crinum species for Id 040909JM2:  On 29/8/09 in a Park in Hyderabad in an unattended area.
- I have tentatively identified your images File:Crinum species W IMG 1103.jpg and file:Crinum species W IMG 1108.jpg as Crinum humile. It agrees well with the description, but the thing is that Crinum humile is thought to be extinct. Would it be possible for you to investigate this plant futher?
- Perianth salver shaped, lobes lanceolate, flowers sessile, apex of leaves obtuse; this would be Crinum pratense Herb. In a park any Crinum sp. can be found yet the distribution will have to be confirmed from the local flora.
- You may be right. However, the correct name according to the Kew Plant List is Crinum lorifolium Roxb. ex Ker Gawl. with following from the same area as synonyms: C pratense Herb., Crinum canalifolium Herb.,  Crinum elegans Carey ex Herb., Crinum longifolium Roxb. ex Ker Gawl
 
 
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Requesting ID of this lily with white flowers - Mumbai :09072013 : ARK-03 : June 2013 :  Attachments (4).   
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Requesting to please ID this lily with white flowers captured on the Silonda trail, SGNP in Mumbai in June 2013.
The flowers were captured on June 23, 2013 and the fruits for the same plant were captured on July 7, 2013
Is it Crinum pratense?
Crinum woodrowii, amaryllidaceae
The 2 species are very similar, so I'm interested to hear why it's C. woodrowii.
The leaves are not so clear in the first picture, yet they look a bit narrow for C. woodrowii.
C. woodrowii is supposed to have lobed fruits and to me these look closer to globose.
Flowers are subsessile hence C. pratens. C. woodrowii has pedicelled flowers. Moreover the latter is rarely found on cliffs along evergreen forests. C. pratens is a common Crinum in Konkan.

 
 
 
 
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