A pleasure to see the flowers (and fruits) of *Daphne papyracea*.  Have 
observed the foliage in forests.  I know *D.murconata* from Kashmir.

Collet knew this under the name *D.cannabina* (there is a line drawing in 
'Flora Simlensis') - see gives flower colour as white or lilac.

Stewart found this to be common in mesophytic forest from the Indus 
eastwards @ 2400-3000m.

On Wednesday, March 25, 2015 at 4:24:14 AM UTC, ashwini wrote:

> I must have shared pictures of the Indian Paper Plant with this group 
> earlier but I could not find any reference in my records. This is a very 
> common plant in the under storey along with *Sarcococca saligna*. I 
> thought I will make an additional post to the previous ones but I cannot 
> find those. So here it is stand alone with ripe berries.
> *Daphne papyracea *
> Above Mcleodganj, Dharamshala, HP
> 1800m
> 22 March 2015
> Thanks.
> Ashwini

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