Diplacus puniceus ?

Diplacus puniceus Nutt., Ann. Nat. Hist. 1:137. 1838 (syn: Diplacus glutinosus var. puniceus (Nutt.) Benth.; Mimulus aurantiacus var. puniceus (Nutt.) D.M.Thomps.; Mimulus glutinosus var. puniceus (Nutt.) Gray; Mimulus puniceus (Nutt.) Steud.) ?; 

Southern Red Monkeyflower;
  
 
local nursery in Gwalior- on 28.2.10; id please - efloraofindia | Google Groups

 
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id please : Attachments (3). 10 posts by 5 authors.
Grateful for the id. Purchased from a local nursery in gwalior. Picture taken on 28.2.10.
Size: 1.5" across. creeping habit.
I suppose Mimulus puniceus
yes mimulus definitely
Is this Mimulus puniceus?
yes definitely mimulus    
Incidentally it does not tolerate heat. In the heat of Gwalior the plant automatically died leaving behind the charred remains!
 
  
 
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