Apiaceae member- Hamirpur

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Identification requested ATMAR2016/06 : 11 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (4)
Kindly help with identification of this herbaceous plant.
Place: Hamirpur (H.P.)
Date: Jan. 29, 2015

wild carrot? the flowers are not symmetrically petaled... weird at first glance. did you get to see the roots and a close up of the stem and streaks of colors and was the main stem hollow?
i also think it is Queen Ann's Lace, it is also known as Lady's Lace.
I have not seen its roots. Is wild carrot a small  herb nearly 15cm high?
could be esp. if grazed, it grows back  while in that stage it could be short. But chances are this is not Queen Anne's lace. Good chances it is not. I was intrigued by the irregularly asymmetric flowers and not completely an umbel. i am getting at something else but unless i have more data from you i would rather not speak about it. where is this growing? can you get to it again? i need pictures of the stem especially near the base and just above... color, any streaks, any hairs etc.  only thing i can tell you is be careful.
Thank you very much, ...
It was growing near to my native place in Hamirpur (H.P.).
It occurs quite commonly there and always remain low in height as I have noticed over the years.
Presently, I am staying at Shimla and Solan, it will not be possible for me to go again to that site again this year. I'll try to ask someone to do it for me.
I think its perhaps one of the  lesser known parsley or some such. the distinguishing feature it seems has to be that one petal that sticks out and lasts longer on the flower when the other petals have fallen off.Most  cultivated and wild parsley that i am even remotely familiar with has  a bifurcated longish petal or two ... this is a bit beyond what i remember from the summer foraging classes ... may be its one of those on the silk route or the caravan routes ... migrated and naturalized in India.???? Or may be the answer is very simple right under my nose and i cant seem to remember it. Perhaps ... will know or Nidhan or Balkar would know? i have added them in this reply. lets see







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