Iphigenia pallida

Iphigenia pallida Baker, J. Linn. Soc., Bot. 17: 451 1879.;
 
Pale Grass Lily • Marathi: Bhui chakra, Markallai • Tamil: Nir panai;
 
As suggested ..., following is the complete key:
1. Perianth purple, segments linear - subdulate or elliptic -linear:
2. Stems branched; filaments glabrous...... I. magnifica
2. Stems not branched; filaments hairy ......... I. indica
1. Perianth white or pink segments elliptic or oblanceolate
3. Flowers white or with purplish tinge; perianth lobes oblanceolate .......I.pallida
3. Flowers bright pink; perianth lobes broadly elliptic........ I.stellate



 
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Iphigenia pallida: Iphigenia pallida
At kas plateau, Satara
19 June2011 


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Amaryllidaceae from Pune-NS1:  Found these tiny flowers on a hill side in Bhugaon, Pune.
I think Pancratium parvum ( Amaryllidaceae ). Please confirm the Id.
Habit- Herb
Habitat-wild
Size- 20 cm (appx)
Leaves- Linear-lanceolate.
Flowers- White, fragrant.

Yes it is Iphigenia pallida
I suppose it was under Liliaceae earlier but according to The Plant List it is under Colchicaceae.
The flower size is 8 mm whereas in Pancratium it is much bigger 5-10 cm.
Iphigenia pallida / Pale Grass Lily then it is.
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Kaas Week : Iphigenia stellata: Aug., 2009
I feel this is I.pallida.
Before uploading I had given a serious thought but not on confirm grounds.... an you help me differentiating between the two
It is infact the corolla that is a visual differentiator.
The key in Flora of Maharashtra is as follows:
Flowers white or with purplish tinge; perianth lobes oblanceolate .......I.indica
Flowers bright pink; perianth lobes broadly elliptic........ I.stellata
images posted by ... under I.stellata clearly shows these features.
I find it slightly confusing
I. indica, I. pallida and I. stellata as three distinct species.
You have identified the plant as I. pallida but give key which does not include this.
Oops a typo error again. I apologise for the error. The first one is I.pallida.
the correct key is :
Flowers white or with purplish tinge; perianth lobes oblanceolate .......I.pallida
Flowers bright pink; perianth lobes broadly elliptic........ I.stellata
As suggested by you, following is the complete key:
1. Perianth purple, segments linear - subdulate or elliptic -linear:
2. Stems branched; filaments glabrous...... I. magnifica
2. Stems not branched; filaments hairy ......... I. indica
1. Perianth white or pink segments elliptic or oblanceolate
3. Flowers white or with purplish tinge; perianth lobes oblanceolate .......I.pallida
3. Flowers bright pink; perianth lobes broadly elliptic........ I.stellata
Attached are images for I. magnifica with glabrous filaments.
 
Attachments (1).  3 posts by 3 authors.
Photographed 15th August 2009 , perhaps at Kas, Maharashtra
Yes, it looks like Iphigenia pallida. efi thread.
 
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requesting for Id of this iphigenia sp : 7 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (3).
Found this iphigenia (pallida??) species near Junnar on grass slopes
24/July/ 2014
Junnar , Pune , Maharashtra 
efi page on Iphigenia pallida
Keys & species at Iphigenia  
Thanks for disseminating the photograph of species Isphigenia which is either I magnifica or I mysorensis both are identified from India
This is Iphiginia pallida.
 
 
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Baleshwar Range-Sangamner Maharashtra MS 1 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)
Baleshwar Range-Sangamner Maharashtra
Date: 30/06/2015
Place Sangamner, Maharashtra
Collected By: ...
Iphigenia pallida


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Iphigenia sp. from Sindola Fort - PKA-Sept2015-3 : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)
Seen this Iphigenia sp. enroute Sindola Fort (malshaj region).
Family: Colchicaceae,

check I.stellata
I pallida


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Colchicaceae week Identification of Iphegenia spp from Nashik : 6 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (4)
attaching images of please identify Iphegenia spp stellata or pallida. please identify 
It may be Iphigenia pallida.
Thanks, ..., for Id. Yes it is Iphigenia pallida as per comparative images at  Iphigenia

 
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Wild Flower for ID : Nasik : 30JUN19 : AK-2 : 5 posts by 2 authors. Atachments (2)
Saw these wild flowers on a mountain slope on the 25th of June, in Nasik.
Iphigenia Species?

Pl. check comparative images at 

Pl. check 

Thanks for the id. It does look like Iphigenia pallida.




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