This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Indigofera family Leguminosae. The record derives from ILDIS data supplied on which reports it as an accepted name record [ mirror ]. See "Status" , "Confidence level" , "Source" for definitions. The following databases may contain further information on this name.
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Volunteers required. Indigofera trifoliata L. Syn: Indigofera glandulifera Hayata ; Indigofera trifoliata var. Photographed from Chakrata Tiger fall road in September. Attachments 3. Please find pics of Indigofera trifoliata Fabaceae-Faboideae Papilionaceae Week: Lespedeza sp.
Could this be an Indigofera species? I think pods of Lespedeza are 1-seeded. I may be wrong though. Yes it matches with Indigofera trifoliata L. He reports Indigofera prostrata from the area, a species that was treated under I.
According to Babu the two are differentiated as under: Indigofera trifoliata: perennial, stout stems, leaflets shallowly notched, stout; pod mm long, 2 mm broad, seeded; sutures winged, seeds as long as broad. Indigofera prostrata: annual, slender stems, leaflets obtuse mucronate, slender; pod mm long, 1 mm broad, seeded, faintly winged; seeds longer than broad.
In above photographs leaves appear mucronate, but other things don't match I. I consider the posted plant as Indigofera trifoliata, mainly due to the prominent wings. It is not I. Just to complete the discussion please try to answer my query too Why it is not I ndigofera glandulosa? You are right to point out the possibility.
Interestingly it is also reported in Herbaceous Flora of Dehradun. Here are characteristics of three suspected species:. Based on length of pod and wings, it appears closer to I. Appears closer to images of Indigofera glandulosa Wendl. This should be either Indigofera trifoliata or I. Attachments 6. Tharalu village Bangalore 26th September According to Gamble, the underside is spotted with black-glands. The glands on the underside of the leaf I have photographed are white. If this is still I.
When compare with earlier postings it is matching with Indigofera glandulosa Thank you sir. Pods 1—1. Pods more than 1. Date: 15 September I think matches with images at Indigofera trifoliata. Date: 18 July I guess same sp. Elevation: ft. Habit : Wild. Attachments 7. Attachments 5 - around kb. For more details, pl. The Pillars 2. Moderators 4.
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