Euphorbia serpens

Euphorbia serpens Kunth, Nov. Gen. Sp. 2: 52 1817. (syn. Anisophyllum emarginatum Klotzsch & Garcke; Anisophyllum serpens (Kunth) Klotzsch & Garcke; Chamaesyce biramensis (Urb.) Alain; Chamaesyce emarginata (Klotzsch & Garcke) Croizat; Chamaesyce mangletii (Urb.) Alain; Chamaesyce microclada (Urb.) Alain; Chamaesyce pileoides (Millsp.) Millsp.; Chamaesyce radicans Millsp.; Chamaesyce serpens (Kunth) Small; Euphorbia begoniifolia Lehm.; Euphorbia biramensis Urb.; Euphorbia emarginata (Klotzsch & Garcke) Boiss. [Illegitimate]; Euphorbia flexicaulis Scheele; Euphorbia herniarioides Nutt.; Euphorbia inflexa Urb. & Ekman; Euphorbia mangletii Urb.; Euphorbia microclada Urb.; Euphorbia minutiflora N.E.Br.; Euphorbia orbiculata var. jawaharii Rajagopal & Panigrahi; Euphorbia pileoides Millsp.; Euphorbia radicans Moric. ex Klotzsch & Garcke [Illegitimate] .. );
 
Common name: Matted Sandmat, Roundleaf Spurge • Bengali: Dudhia phool, Swetkerui • Hindi: दूधी Dudhi ;

Euphorbia serpens differs from E. heyneana in being completely glabrous, fleshy, with roots at nodes and cyathial glands reddish with distinct white limbs of glands, which are broader than the gland, whitish.
 
This annual prostrate herb is distinct by triangular fringed stipule formed of two united stipules, solitary cyathia, transversly oblong glands and glabrous capsule.  
 
This species can be easily distinguished by the orbicular to oblong-ovate leaves with retuse (notched) apex.   



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Euphorbiaceae Week: Euphorbia serpens from Delhi: Euphorbia serpens Kunth,  F. W. H. A. von Humboldt et al., Nov. gen. sp. 2:52[quarto]. 1817
syn: Chamaesyce serpens (Kunth) Small
Prostrate herb becoming common in Delhi in recent years., found in lawns, wastelands and roadsides 

Euphorbiaceae Fortnight: Euphorbia serpens from Delhi-GS-44 : Attachments (4). 3 posts by 2 authors. 
Euphorbia serpens Kunth, F. W. H. A. von Humboldt et al., Nov. gen. sp. 2:52[quarto]. 1817
syn: Chamaesyce serpens (Kunth) Small
Prostrate herb becoming common in Delhi in recent years., found in lawns, wastelands and roadsides.
This annual prostrate herb is distinct by triangular fringed stipule formed of two united stipules, solitary cyathia, transversly oblong glands and glabrous capsule. 
Yes, this is Euphorbia serpens Kunth [Synonym: Chamaesyce serpens (Kunth) Small]


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ID PLZ:   Requesting for id this Euphorbia Species was very small minute flower on this small creeper with fruits. creeper was about 15 cm Clicked at (open area, near big lake) Pandharpur,maharashtra
i have got id now :) After searching for this on flowers on india http://www.flowersofindia.net/catalog/slides/Matted%20Sandmat.html


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EUPHORBIACEAE FORTNIGHT:: Euphorbia serpens from Kaithal NS-50 :  Attachments (6). 3 posts by 2 authors. 
This mat forming herb is very common along irrigation channels, present shot taken from my village in Kaithal.. please help me to confirm the identification..
Can this be Euphorbia serpens...
Yes, this is Euphorbia serpens Kunth
 
 
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EUPHORBIACEAE FORTNIGHT:: Euphorbia for id from Kaithal NS-65 :  Attachments (4). 2 posts by 2 authors.
Please identify the Euphorbia sp. posted herewith, shot from my village in Kaithal, Haryana
This is Euphorbia serpens Kunth


 
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EUPHORBIACEAE FORTNIGHT:: Euphorbia for id from Panipat NS-66 : Attachments (4). 2 posts by 2 authors.
Due to efforts of the experts most of my uploads got identified, I never looked these plants so closely..largely due to lack of understanding of distinguishing features.. the prostrate Euphorbia and herbaceous Phyllanthus sp. are always confusing to me..
This one is my last Euphorbia for identification, I won't be surprised if this turns out to be a repeat upload, please bear and help to identify this species from Panipat
This is Euphorbia serpens Kunth. This species can be easily distinguished by the orbicular to oblong-ovate leaves with retuse (notched) apex.
 
 
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This is one of the common herbs in lawns and agriculture lands..
I hope this one is Euphorbia serpens.. please validate/correct the id..
Yes, this is Euphorbia serpens Kunth
 
 
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Euphorbia Herb For ID : Oman : 120714 : AK-23 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2).  
A tiny wild herb seen on 21/6/14.
Species id please.
Seems Euphorbia serpens.
Thanks a lot for the id of this tiny Euphorbia.
 
 
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Identification of Euphorbia sp. : 9 posts by 6 authors. Attachments (2)
I request for help in identification of the attached Euphorbia sp. It was found in Puzhal, Chennai, Tamilnadu on 16-08-2015. It is prostrate herb radiating from the stem. Leaves have brown spot. 
I think it is Euphorbia corrigioloides.
But let's wait for experts' comments.
Also check for Euphorbia maculata.
In Euphorbia maculataFruit is  1/10 inch wide, covered with short, soft incurved hairs. 
And hence it may not be E.maculata (Spotted spurge)
Could be E. corrigioloides or E. maculata; ... has ruled out the latter...
This is Euphorbia serpens Kunth, common throughout India from Kashmir to Tamil Nadu, as a weed in lawns, wastelands and roadsides.
I attach some more specimens for facilitating identification
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This fits into Euphorbia serpens Kunth.


 
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ID request 150915SG : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2)
Requesting ID of this weed, Photo taken on 25May15 at Mohol, Maharashtra.
Euphorbia serpens!

 
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Euphorbia For ID : Muscat : 16MAR16 : AK-9 : 09/09 : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (1)
A tiny weed seen on 4th Apr,14. 
I initially thought the plant to Euphorbia prostrata.
But it is lacking the typical red stems.
Requested to please validate.
Euphorbia serpens 


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Hooghly Today : tiniest flower i have ever seen : Attachments (6). 5 posts by 3 authors.
Please visit the link - http://www.efloras.org/florataxon.aspx?flora_id=2&taxon_id=112355#KEY-1-18 and you will see key to differentiate at least three species. 
My species has leaf size of Euphorbia heyneana Spreng. But FoC says leaf base is extremely oblique in E. heyneana. How much is "extremely"?
... identified another plant as Euphorbia serpens Kunth - https://groups.google.com/d/msg/indiantreepix/oqRs6hFciYc/FXRYpuceKHMJ
Fl. Br. Ind. describes both the species under E. microphylla Heyne. Bengal Plants has no "serpens".
I think my species is Euphorbia serpens Kunth because of its stipules, even if leaf-size is more close to Euphorbia heyneana Spreng.
The Bengali name CHOTO KERUI (ছোট কেরই) for "microphylla".
I, in my area, have identified it as E.heyneana
efi pages on Euphorbia heyneana & Euphorbia serpens
I very much subscribe to …
I think it should be Euphorbia serpens as per differences pointed out by … at SD034 Plant ID assistance

This appears to be E. serpens

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EUPHORBIACEAE FORTNIGHT: Euphorbia heyneana Spreng. from Uttarakhand_DSR_16 : Attachments (1). 4 posts by 4 authors.
Euphorbia heyneana Spreng. is a prostrate spreading herb often found along roads and trails in Pantnagar.
Thanks ... for sharing. First time observing this (Even first time during the fortnight)
Some species are very confusing..I am scared to start uploading them due to probable mixing up, still, will try to sort out...
Thanks ..., this seems to be in my collection...
I think it should be Euphorbia serpens as per differences pointed out by … at SD034 Plant ID assistance


 
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Fwd: Euphoribia orbiculata :
pl find attached E orbiculata. profusely spread on tank boundary after rain and is in flower.
Correct me if I am wrong
As per The Plant List, there are two plants with this name. If correct which one?
NameStatusConfi­dence levelSource
Euphorbia orbiculata Miq. [Illegitimate]SynonymHWCSP
Euphorbia orbiculata KunthAcceptedHWCSP

Euphorbia orbiculata Miq. is a synonym of Euphorbia heyneana subsp. heyneana as per The Plant List.
I think it should be Euphorbia serpens as per differences pointed out by … at SD034 Plant ID assistance


 
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Euphorbia Herb For ID : Nasik : 10OCT16 : AK-13 : 10 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (2)
Photographed this tiny herb near a lake in July,15.
Seems to be Euphorbia Species.

A rough location?  Altitude?
This tiny herb was seen near the Gangapur Dam & Grasslands in Nasik, Maharashtra.
It was in the grasslands.
I have no idea about the altitude of the Dam, but Nasik town is close to 2,300 feet.
I was trying to photograph another herb.
While going through my pictures later, came across this tiny Euphorbia, which was not noticed before.
Sending the original picture clicked.
Thanks for providing infromation.  This part of India and elevation is beyond my knowledge, so cannot be of any help.  Too much outstanding re: Himalayan flora.
General location and approx. altitude are always so important when attempting to identify a plant - it narrows down the possibilities.
This is definitely not E. hypericifolia.
This is either Euphorbia thymifolia or E. prostrata.
To distinguish the two, you need to see an enlarged image of the capsules.
In E. thymifolia the capsules are hairy throughout. Whereas in E. prostrata the capsules are ciliate-hairy along the keels only and glabrous on the body. The photograph do not show the capsules clearly.
In such prostrate herbs, it would be better if you place a white paper below the plant before clicking the photo.. 
Thank you for the two suggested ids and their distinguishing differences. I will take more pictures when I revisit the place.
May I request you to post high resolution images to check the details.
Here is the original image.
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This may be elusive Euphorbia heyneana as per details below:
Three prostrate species are rather close. I found the following keys in Flora of India:
30 a. Plants prostrate, only branches or tips of branches decumbent; cyathia solitary, paired or 3 together ... 31
b. Plants erect, decumbent or ascending; cyathia more than 3 in glomerules … 33
31 a. Stems and branches pinkish grey; mature capsules remaining within the involucre ... 32. E. thymifolia
b. Stems, branches and leaves green, glaucous-green, purplish green or blackish green; mature capsules protruding out from the involucre 32
32 a. Stems, branches and leaves blackish or purplish green; capsules acutely keeled, with ciliate hairs confined to keels only ... 26. E. prostrata
b. Stems, branches and leaves green to glaucous-green; capsules obtusely keeled, glabrous or sparsely hairy all over the surface ... 13. E. heyneana
33 a. Plants glabrous; leaves linear-lanceolate, 3 - 6 mm wide, glabrous to sparsely pilose ... 17.
E. hyssopifolia 
May I request you to pl. validate id as Euphorbia heyneana or otherwise, as I am unable to see clear details of fruits in GBIF specimens.
This appears to be E. serpens (red coloration due to stress). The plant (including fruits) is completely glabrous.
 
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SD034 Plant ID assistance : 6 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (3)
Clicked on 15th July, 2020
Euphorbia sp.
Euphorbia serpens 
Thanks, ..., for id as Euphorbia serpens
How is it different from closely related species Euphorbia heyneana ?

This is Euphorbia serpens Kunth. It differs from E. heyneana in being completely glabrous, fleshy, with roots at nodes and cyathial glands reddish with distinct white limbs of glands, which are broader than the gland, whitish.

 
 
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Euphorbia Herb for ID : Muscat : 18OCT20 : AK-31 : 12 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (1)
Came across this picture taken earlier while going through some folders.
A tiny herb growing between rocks.

Euphorbia serpens Kunth ??
Thanks … I thought of Euphorbia serpens too, since I have seen earlier in a different location.
Please wait for other members comment.

Yes, let us wait for experts to comment.
For that post a high resolution image, which shows details.
Adding the original.
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Yes, appears to be Euphorbia serpens as suggested by …
This appears to be E. serpens Kunth


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