Thank you Dr Singh. Would you say that both flowers are the same species A.
> On 22-Sep-2016, at 9:32 am, Gurcharan Singh <singh...@gmail.com> wrote:
> At least lower images compel me to conclude A. obtusiloba. Colour of flowers,
> proximity of bracteal leaves, flowers appearing single, colour shades all
> point to A. obtusiloba. A. rivularis wuld have very long peduncle with
> several subtended by an involucre.
> Dr. Gurcharan Singh
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> On Wed, Sep 21, 2016 at 8:47 PM, Ashwini Bhatia <ashw...@ashwinibhatia.com
> <mailto:ashw...@ashwinibhatia.com>> wrote:
> This is from my trek to Triund in May. At that time I had assumed it to be
> Anemone rivularis, but I am not so sure now. Both blue and white version,
> which are likely the same species were growing next to each other. Please
> Mcleodganj-Triund, HP
> 2600m and above
> 30 May 2016
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