Cynoglossum species- Jim Corbett, Uttarakhand

 
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Wild Plant For ID : Jim Corbett,Uttarakhand : 240614 : AK-47 : 5 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2).
Wild plants seen deep inside the jungle on 18/5/14.
No flowers seen.
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Identification purpose should contain at least 1 pic with a scale reference, this can be done by placing
any object which can be considered as a scale 'standard' ideally objects like a small scale (Patti/measure tape)
with indicates inches/cms. or any of the following items like coin, pen, lens cap, wrist watch etc.
This is important to judge/ascertain the size of the plant.
I try to take atleast one such frame every time I am shooting flora, it is a little difficult with small/tiny creatures
of fauna because they get disturbed and become instantly mobile. This can be easily done when shooting flora.
Hope all the members will not going this extra MILE, 'cause it definitely is an important MILESTONE in 
photo-documentation of Flora n Fauna.
 
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May be cynoglosum lanceolatum
Thanks for a possible id.
The leaves with deep venation, look similar to Cynoglossum amabile I had posted earlier.
Hence, it could be Cynoglossum Species
 
 
 
 
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