Impatiens goughii

Impatiens goughii Wight, Ill. Ind. Bot. 1: 160 1839. (Syn: Impatiens anamallayensis Bedd. (Unresolved); Impatiens circaeoides Turcz. (Unresolved); Impatiens pulniensis Bedd. (Unresolved));


Images by Badri Narayanan - Id by Kottaimuthuji & Santhosh Kumar 
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High Wavy Mountains flora 20092012 TBN 1 ? Impatiens for id:
Please id the following, details of which are as follows:
Date :19/08/2012
Location :High Wavies, Theni dt, Tamilnadu
Habitat :Rocky basin adjoining evergreen forest
Habit :tiny herb less than 10 cm
Coordinates :n 9*.34.908; e 77*.19.287
Altitude :more than 5000 ft
Leaves :dentate
Flowers :asymmetric
Fruits :not seen
seems to be similar to Impatiens inconspicua
Can it be Utricularia sp?
Looks like Lindernia sp. of Scrophulariaceae.
This was identified by ... as Impatiens goughii. I am not able to see pictures of the above species on the web.
Herbarium specimens from Kew are seen, but I am not able to decipher the sheets.
The Plant list says this name is unresolved.
Please clarify.
Yes it is I. goughii, a highly variable species

Balsaminaceae, Geraniaceae, and Oxalidaceae week: Balsaminaceae :Impatiens goughii 040313 TBN 1 : 3 images. Date :19/08/2012
Location :High Wavies, Theni dt, Tamilnadu
Habitat :Rocky basin adjoining evergreen forest
Habit :tiny herb less than 10 cm
Coordinates :n 9*.34.908; e 77*.19.287
Altitude :more than 5000 ft
Leaves :dentate
Flowers :asymmetric

Fruits :not seen
This was identified by ... as Impatiens goughii after my mail to eflora on 20/09/12
Very beautiful pictures..the special feature of this mail is the last picture which shows the dedication of the entire group..what a lovely group..new taxon for me..
Yes I remember this. Very unusual and seems to be uncommon.
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The same species was seen at Madhikettan shola near Munnar. (3 images)
Very interesting and highly variable species!
 
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Impatiens goughii ?? at Munnar- PKA37 : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (7)- around 500 kb each. 
Seen this herb, around 5 to 10cm tall at Eravikulam National Park, Munnar.
Looks like Impatiens goughii?? (Pl. validate the ID).
Family: Balsaminaceae,

Looks slightly different from images at 

The identity of the images are correct.
Impatiens goughii ?? Set-2- at Munnar- PKA38: 6 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (4) 
Seen this herb, around 5 to 10cm tall at Eravikulam National Park, Munnar.
Mass flowering on the wet rocks was treat to eyes..
Looks like Impatiens goughii?? (Pl. validate the ID).
Family: Balsaminaceae,
what a rich spread. nice pictures. i also await validation by our experts
Images are not so clear however I guess the ID is correct.  

May be as per Impatiens goughii though looks slightly different in colour etc.
... has stated it to be highly variable species at Balsaminaceae, Geraniaceae, and Oxalidaceae week: Balsaminaceae :Impatiens goughii 040313 TBN 1
Still it is better to have more validation from net or experts though Dr. Bhaskar himself is no more, to help us (as he always did help us).

I think got validated in another thread at Impatiens goughii ?? at Munnar- PKA37 by ...

 
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Impatiens goughii : 6 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (3)
Impatiens goughii
Eravikulam WLS,
Munnar, Kerala, in the Nilgiris
First week of October 2018




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