Impatiens species- Upper Siang district, Arunachal Pradesh

 
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Impatiens sp. for ID plz.
Balsaminaceae
Loc.: Mariyang (ca 1000 m), Upper Siang district, Arunachal Pradesh
Date: April, 2007
Growing wild.
Looks like I. arguta.
I don't think so, maybe something similar, I can only guess seeing only flowers from the front.
I. arguta is reported from higher elevations - 2100-2900 m in Nepal, 1800-3200 m in China
 
 
 
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