Androsace species

while  trekking from 2100 metre level to 2800 metre level at Great Himalayan National Park on May12, 2009; For ID080609ET - indiantreepix | Google Groups
HP at a height of about 2500 mtrs.- Aug'09?;
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Flower ID Request 16-7-2011: I have attached a pic that I clicked in Darjeeling, West Bengal. Please let me know what these flowers could be.
Perhaps Androsace, leaves should determine the species.
I agree with ..., the plant in picture does appear to be Androsace.
My picture is from Gangtok. I assume I have seen this plant in Mussorie too but not sure.
Habitat: sloping meadow
Habit: low growing herb, flower 6 - 8 mm across (not sure).
Yes may be Androsace studiosarum (Syn A Sarmentosa)
.. this is just so fantastik that I was tempted to think that you did manual exposure and focusing etc...
but in some other thread you mentioned that there was always rush to take pictures etc...
so now... pl tell me what lenses did you carry with you that high up above sea level and in lower oxygen to
breathe than at sea level and did you manage the time required to do manual adjustments and use flash?
... true - always in rush to take pictures. My lenses are wide lens (14 - 45 mm), macro (45 mm), tele (45 - 200 mm).
I do not use flash.
Thanks for sharing these crystal clear flowers.
Family : Primulaceae

you carried all those three lenses and changed and rushed and walked with your friends who I understand were not mostly photographers
much kudos to you and your shoulders for carrying all that
thanks for telling me
Androsace studiosorum Kressis is a synonym of Androsace sarmentosa subsp. primuloides (Duby) Govaerts as per the Plant List
One has to confirm it whether it is Androsace sarmentosa Wallich in Roxburgh as per link:
Androsace studiosorum Kress as per link:
VOF Week: Primula sp. at VOF: This was seen on the rock crevices. Looks like some Primulaceae sp.

Is it some Androsace species as feedback by ... in another thread ?
Surely an Androsace !!

VOF Week: Primula sp-2. at VOF: This is one more set of Primulaceae sp photographs from VoF.
looks like Androsace species.
To me flowers appears to be same as in ... post at:
Tentively identified as "either:
One has to confirm it whether it is Androsace sarmentosa Wallich in Roxburgh as per link: