Rotala floribunda

IUCN Red List Status: Vulnerable (VU)

Rotala
floribunda ( Wight ) Koehne, Bot. Jahrb. Syst. 1: 156 1881. (syn. Ammannia floribunda ( Wight ) C.B.Clarke);
 
Machim;
 
 
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Rotala floribunda is endemic to Mahabaleshwar Hills of Pune and is a somewhat large, branched herb with hetrostyly and without calyx appendages. Here we can make out rhe calx appendages (of Rotala densiflora) from the photograph itself.   


  
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