Neanotis subtilis


India as per Catalogue of Life;


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Rubiaceae week: Neanotis montholonii at sagargad: Small herb: Neanotis montholonii (Family: Rubiaceae) photographed at Sagargad.
Date/Time: 11-07-2010 / 13:00hrs
This should be N. foetida from sessile linear leaves.
We have this species in Odisha, especially in Mahendragiri aroung 1200 m msl. I wl find this in my coming tour. Great snap again ...
Thanks ... for correcting the ID.
A similar plant Identified as Neanotis carnosa in another thread
 
 
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Neanotis lancifolia :: from Bhimashankar Aug 2013 : Attachments (2). 4 posts by 3 authors.
Neanotis lancifolia
Comparatively a smaller herb with linear lanceolate leaves.
Please validate.
To me this looks more like Neanotis foetida. I think N lancifolia has broader leaves and is a bigger plant.
A similar plant Identified as Neanotis carnosa in another thread
 
 
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exacum petiolare7 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (3).
exacum petiolare
my place, alibaug, past two weeks. (15.10.11)
there is a single plant in bloom
flowers are tiny, no bigger than 5 or 6 mm

I doubt about it being Exacum species.
Will you check for some Neanotis species?


Agree with ... This looks like a species of Neanotis possibly N.lancifolia.
Yes, First of all this belong to the family Rubiaceae and as suggested by ...  it could be Neanotis sp.
I think Neanotis subtilis 
A similar plant Identified as Neanotis carnosa in another thread
 
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Requesting to please ID this plant captured at Kanheri Caves, SGNP in Aug 2014.

Attaching a cropped view of the same...
it is Neanotis carnosa
Thanks ... for the ID.... this species is so far not identified as such in the efi database I think...
Similar plants identified as Neanotis subtilis in its different threads 
 
 
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Talegaon Dabhade Pune
August 2015
Requesting to Id this wild plant with tiny pink flowers and purple sepals 
This is Neanotis foetida.
 
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Flower for Id - ID21082017SH3 : 6 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1)
Flower for Id pl.
Location - Near Guhagar (Konkan, Maharashtra)
Date - 03.08.2017
Rubiaceae. Spermacoceae or related genera? 
Rubiaceae. Spermacoce or related genera?    

look for Neanotis sps

Neanotis foetida


Small herb: Neanotis montholonii (Family: Rubiaceae) photographed at Sagargad.
Date/Time: 11-07-2010 / 13:00hrs


Looks more closer to images at Neanotis subtilis (Miq.) ined. rather than those at Neanotis montholonii (Hook.f.) W.H.Lewis


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October 2, 2009 at 10.39am IST: near Lion's Point, Lonavala; DV - 02OCT10 - 1039 :: ¿ Ammannia baccifera ? - efloraofindia | Google Groups

 
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Flowers from Lonavala (Maharashtra) : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (3)
August 2019
Spermacoce articularis L.f. ???

the leaf shape looks quite different ?
It's Oldenlandia sp, could be umbellata
Other recipients:
It may be Neanotis subtilis syn. N. foetida regards Radha
It may be Neanotis subtilis syn. N. foetida

Thanks, ..., for the id.
I also agree with you as per Neanotis subtilis (Miq.) ined.



References:


References for Neanotis foetida:
The Plant List Ver.1.1 (unresolved)  WCSP  IPNI  Tropicos  JSTOR (Specimen) (Neanotis carnosa (Dalzell) W.H.Lewis [family RUBIACEAE] (stored under name); Hedyotis tenella Miq. ex Hook.f. [family RUBIACEAE]; Type of Anotis foetida Dalz.Dinesh Valke’s Flickr Post  India Biodiversity Portal  Kerala plants (Neanotis foetida (Hook.f.) Lewis is a syn. of Neanotis hohenackeri Daniel & Vajr.) 
Biodiversity in India, Volume 2 By T. Pullaiah (2004)
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