Crinum woodrowii

Crinum woodrowii Baker, Bot. Mag. 124: t. 7597 1898.;
Images by Dinesh Valke & (Jui Pethe - validation by Dinesh Valke), (Inserted by Bhagyashri Ranade)

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 identification: need help with identifying the Crinum spp. I think it is C. wodrowii but need an expert to confirm. Seen last saturday 9th June in a site which is planned to be submerged in backwaters of a dam.
C. wodrowii is an endangered species which makes me worry more about the habitat being drowned.
Same as your thought ... Crinum woodrowii

botanical names: Crinum eleonorae Blatt. & McCann ... synonym: Crinum eleonorae f. purpureum Blatt. & McCann
Just wanted to know who put forma purpureum as synonym of C. elenorae, because BSI treat them distinct plant, (Flora of Maharashtra by B.D.Sharma, S. Karthikeyan and N.P.Singh, 1996)
forma purpureum has perigone deeply tinged with purple on the dorsal side and perigone tube with bracts uniformly brown-purple.
... the relevant link to page at The Plants List is 

this plant ID is corrected to Crinum woodrowii Baker ... comment at