Cyclocodon lancifolius

Cyclocodon lancifolius (Roxb.) Kurz, Flora 55: 303 (1872). (syn: Campanula celebica D.Dietr., Syn. Pl. 1: 758 (1839). ; Campanula lancifolia Roxb., Fl. Ind. 2: 96 (1824).; Campanula truncata D.Dietr., Syn. Pl. 1: 757 (1839). ; Campanumoea celebica Blume, Bijdr. Fl. Ned. Ind.: 727 (1826). ; Campanumoea lancifolia (Roxb.) Merr., Enum. Philipp. Fl. Pl. 3: 587 (1923).; Campanumoea leucocarpa (Miq.) C.B.Clarke in J.D.Hooker, Fl. Brit. India 3: 436 (1881). ; Campanumoea truncata (Wall. ex G.Don) Endl., Gen. Pl.: 515 (1838). ; Canarina moluccana Roxb., Fl. Ind. 2: 173 (1832). ; Codonopsis albiflora Griff., Not. Pl. Asiat. 4: 279 (1854). ; Codonopsis celebica (Blume) Miq., Fl. Ned. Ind. 2: 566 (1857). ; Codonopsis lancifolia (Roxb.) Moeliono, Fl. Males. 6: 120 (1960). ; Codonopsis leucocarpa Miq., Fl. Ned. Ind. 2: 565 (1857). ; Codonopsis truncata Wall. ex G.Don, Gen. Hist. 3: 736 (1834). ; Codonopsis lancifolia subsp. celebica (Blume) Moeliono, Fl. Males. 6: 121 (1960). ; Cyclocodon celebicus (Blume) D.Y.Hong, Acta Phytotax. Sin. 36: 109 (1998). ; Cyclocodon lancifolius subsp. celebicus (Blume) K.E.Morris & Lammers, Novon 9: 387 (1999). ; Cyclocodon leucocarpus Miq., Fl. Ned. Ind. 2: 1082 (1859). ; Cyclocodon truncatus (Wall. ex G.Don) Hook.f. & Thomson, J. Proc. Linn. Soc., Bot. 2: 18 (1857).) as per WCSP;

Nepal to China (S. Yunnan) and New Guinea as per WCSP;



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Herb/shrub for id : 8 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (1).
Location : Lengpui, Mizoram
Altitude : c.200 m.
Habit : Slender herb / shrub ?
Habitat : Wild
Date : 02-08-2014
This looks ​more like Cyclocodon parviflorus (Wall. ex DC.) Hook f. & Thomson (syn.: Campanumoea parviflora (wall. ex. A. DC.) Benth. to me. 
Please check carefully with literature and your specimens.
The plant seems to be Cyclocodon lancifolius
Matches more with Cyclocodon parviflorus (Wall. ex DC.) Hook f. & Thomson (syn.: Campanumoea parviflora (wall. ex. A. DC.) Benth. as per link given by ...:
Pl. also see Cyclocodon page in efi.
I think ... is right, C. lancifolius
C. parviflorus: Flowers often 4-merous; calyx inserted on pedicel, distant from other floral parts by 1-4 mm, like involucral bracts.
C. lancifoliusFlowers usually 5- or 6-merous; calyx at least partly adnate to ovary
Thanks, ... Does not seem to match with FOC illustration of Cyclocodon lancifolius

 
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Fwd: Cyclocodon for Id from Mizoram : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3).
Stem erect or ascending, branching, not hollow, milky juice present
These two species known in India (Cyclocodon lancifolius and C. parviflora) are mentioned under genus Campanumoea (C. lancifolia and C. parviflora) in Fascicles of Flora of India Fascicle-22, and differentiated as under:
Calyx adnate to ovary for a short length and to fruits up to the middle..................................C.lancifolius.
Calyx entirely free from ovary, situated often on the pedicels .............................................C. parviflora.
In the pics sepals are adnate to ovary indicating Cyclocodon lancifolius.

As per this, it should be Cyclocodon lancifolius.

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SK 2220 12 October 2019 : 34 posts by 8 authors. Attachments (5)- around 1300 kb each. 
Location: Chalnakhel, kathmandu, Nepal
Altitude: 1570 m.
Date: 14 September  2019
Habit : Wild

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No idea as such. could it be Solanaceae ??
It reminds me of Nicandra and Solandra .....I cd go no further. Looked into Hyoscyamus and Atropa, but of no avail. 
Tried all Solanacae but no luck ! 

six petalled fused, six flattened anthers is are search term
Campanulaceae ? Campanulastrum ?
No match ...!
Seems to Boraginaceae ..., once check local floras,
No match ...!
Recently saw images of Lepistemon intermedius (Convolvulaceae) from Taiwan. Flower structure shows a lot of resemblance. I tried for described species in the Genus but could not find a match. I guess learned members could give it a try. Since everything else is not working ...
not solanaceae, not boraginaceae, the stigma is very characteristic
I also feel that this is a member of Campanulaceae
Neither Campanulaceae !
The plant looks like convolvulaceae, but the petals, etc are six in number; some Merremia species have expanded stigmas; the stigmas resemble the expanded stigmas of Garcinia, but they are trees and shrubs, with opposite leaves, it is not, ; hence unable to decide, better search in Convolvulaceae
Not matching to any as suggested !
if the flower is still around. at lease one of the flowers could be dissected?
It may be some species of Cyclocodon in Campanulaceae.
Great ... Similarity of the stigma looks promising. now for the hunt thru the suggested territory
What a find ...!  Cyclocodon lancifolius (Roxb.) Kurz syn : Codonopsis lancifolia (Roxb.) Moeliono is listed in Nepal. And another one Cyclocodon parviflorus Hook.f. & Thomson and  / or Codonopsis parviflora Wall. ex A.DC. is found  but
not listed in Nepal. Looking at the net images I could not decide the ID however, it looks like matching !
There are some other images as well.
After checking keys in Flora of China, I think it should be C. lancifolius only as per FOC illustration and as per GBIF, link and Checklist of Nepal


  

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