Thesium himalense

Thesium himalense Royle, Ill. Bot. Himal. Mts. 322 1839. ;

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Thesium himalense Royle (Santalaceae) is a semiparasitic herb seen frequently on grassy slopes in Badrinath area (3000-3300m).
Photographed in June 2015.
The genus is yet not represented in eFI and need a separate page after this post.
Thanks, ..., for unique uploads.
Thanks for showing. The long pedicels and large bracts are reminiscent of Thesium hookeri.  Both the species might be closely related.



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