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Published In: Illustrations of the Botany ... of the Himalayan Mountains ... 151, pl. 28, f. 2. 1835. (Ill. Bot. Himal. Mts.) Name publication detailView in Biodiversity Heritage Library
 

Project Name Data (Last Modified On 6/2/2011)
Acceptance : Accepted
Project Data     (Last Modified On 6/3/2011)
Flower/Fruit: Fl.Per.: July-August.
Type: Type: W. Himalayas, Kashmir.
Distribution: Distribution: Temperate W. Himalaya’s from Kashmir & Hazara to Kumaon.
Comment/Acknowledgements: Gregarious and found along roadside ditches, field borders, hillsides from 1600-4300 m. The seeds are said to be edible.
Illustration: Impatiens glandulifera Royle (Illustration)
Map Location: B-7 Hazara Dist.: Naran, 7800', B.L. Burtt 887 (E); Kalgam, Haripur, Inayat 25209 (E); Balakot-Babusar Pass, J. Abel 34 (BM); Chapri, Kagan, Inayat 21207 (K); Changla in Sept. 1915 Saunders (K); Gittidas-Besal, F. Schmid 504 (G); B-7 Swat: Kalam, gregarious, R. R. Stewart 24658 (RAW); Hazara Dist.: Naran, E. Nasir 2954 (RAW); id., Ch. Shaukat Ali 86 (RAW);Naran, Burtt & Arshad Ali 887 (E); near Mokhspuri, Y. Nasir & Nazir 8496; 8501 (RAW); Babusar, M. A. Siddiqi & Y. Nasir 6518 (RAW); Changla Gali, 8-9000', 19-8-1949, R. R. Stewart s.n. (RAW); id., R.R. Stewart 7704 (RAW); Thandiani, R.R. Stewart 27755 (RAW, BM); Kashmir: B-7-8 Keran, R. R. & I. D. Stewart 17627 (RAW); Rattu, Kamri Vy., Inayat 25119 (K); Gilgit: B-8 Gudai-Chillam, E. Nasir & G. L. Webster 6507 (RAW, G); Burzil, 9500', C.B. Clarke 29234A (BM); Gurais in Aug. 1906, Meebold s.n. (K); id., Inayat 25551 (K).

 

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Robust succulent plants, usually more than 100 cm tall, glabrous. Leaves opposite-verticillate, 60-150 x 18-65 mm, elliptic-ovate, serrate, base glandular stipitate; petiole 30-35 mm long. Inflorescence short, compact. Peduncles up to 90 mm long. Bracts elliptic-ovate or lanceolate-ovate, 7-8(-10) mm long. Flowers pink-red or red-purple, c. 30 mm long. Lateral sepals oblique cordate, 7-9 mm long. Lower sepal saccate, abruptly ending in a spur 5-6 mm long; spur incurved. Anterior petal orbicular-depressed, 7-8 x 12 mm; dorsally crested, apex bilobed. Lateral united petals 26 mm long, unequal; lower one larger (15 mm), upper with a thin incurved appendage. Capsule broadly clavate, 14-18(-25) mm long, nodding. Seeds sub globose, 3 mm broad, rugose.
 
 
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