Euphorbia stracheyi


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Euphorbiaceae Fortnight: Euphorbia stracheyi from Tungnath, Uttarakhand-GS-45 : Attachments (4). 5 posts by 5 authors.
Euphorbia stracheyi a small prostrate plant with small elliptic to ovate 5-10 mm long leaves and cyathia with large kidney shaped glands finally dark purple in colour, cyathia surrounded by obovate bracts; capsule smooth.
Photographed from near Tungnath, Uttarakhand at about 4000 m altitude.
Very very beautiful find Sir..loved this, nicely captured too..
Yes, this is Euphorbia stracheyi Boiss.
 
Fwd: Euphorbia stracheyi : Attachments (2).  2 posts by 2 authors.
I am sending images of Euphorbia stracheyi, please confrim the species from the experts.
Yes, this is Euphorbia stracheyi Boiss.,
occurring at 3500 - 4800 m altitude in the Himalayas from Uttarkhand to Sikkim.
The plant shows variation in the colour of cyathia and upper leaves from yellowish green, olive green, orange red to dark purplish, probably due to the severity of the cold in the habitat.
 
  
 

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