Lonicera species- Valley of Flowers, Uttarakhand



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A medium size tree found at Valley of Flowers
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A medium size tree found at Valley of Flowers
Lonicera sp.
Can be Lonicera obovata....- from ...- in a thread without any subject.
Am I right ...?
Yes ...
I also agree with ... as the closest match is Lonicera obovata Royle ex Hook. f. & Thomson as per comparative images at Lonicera
But Flora of Pakistan says berries are bluish black as also seen at Lonicera obovata Royle ex Hook. f. & Thomson
Another close species available in efi site is Lonicera semenovii Regel from Ladakh, which Flora of Pakistan say as A dwarf, erect, densely branched glabrous (subglabrous) shrub. But I do not know if it is found in the Valley of Flowers.



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