Rawat Ji,

Thank you for the helpful clue. I browsed the available Ranunculus pix on 
the EFI site, and I can understand now that leaf shape/size and side view 
is critical for identification. Will be more mindful of this in the future. 
Attaching another photo from the same location in which the pedicel is 

- Arvind


On Friday, September 16, 2016 at 12:39:31 AM UTC-7, D.S Rawat wrote:
> Arvind Kumar Ji
> The flower in the picture looks a Ranunculus species. The species level ID 
> is possible with images of complete plant, leaves etc.
> DSRawat Pantnagar
> On Friday, September 16, 2016 at 10:08:02 AM UTC+5:30, Arvind Kumar wrote:
>> I am an amateur/enthusiast with some knowledge of California native 
>> plants and plant families. Would like help from eminent scholars here on 
>> identifying plants from my travels through Garhwal and Sikkim last year. 
>> Will abide by posting guidelines; please pardon/point out any infractions. 
>> If any of you travel to northern California, would be delighted to take you 
>> on local hikes to see the botanical treasures of this area. March-May are 
>> particularly floriferous here.
>> Location: Chopta, in bugyal at the start of the Tungnath trail
>> Altitude: 2926 meters
>> Date: May 8, 2015
>> Description: Low mat-forming groundcover
>> ---
>> Arvind Kumar
>> California Native Plant Society, Santa Clara Valley Chapter 
>> <http://www.cnps-scv.org/> meets throughout the two-county area

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