Many thanks Dr. Chris, Garg Ji, Dr. John Wood for your information.
On Sun, Oct 16, 2016 at 8:00 PM, chrischadwell...@btinternet.com <
> Most pleased that there is input from Dr Wood about *Strobilanthes* - I
> have struggled with a number of these over the years!
> But can he, as this species is not in 'The Plant List' as an accepted
> species nor in 'Enumeration of the Flowering Plants of Nepal' nor
> 'Flora of Bhutan' what the synonyms are and which spp. it was likely to
> have been thought to have been, until *S.bracteata* was recognised
> and named?
> Might he also tell us what the current thinking as to how to separate
> *Pteracanthus* from *Strobilanthes* - both genera are included in the
> ' above but only *Stroblilanthes* within 'Flora of Bhutan'?
> On Thursday, October 6, 2016 at 5:55:58 PM UTC+1, raj wrote:
>> Dear Members,
>> Strobilanthes atropurpureus for validation. Photo taken on the way to
>> Gala from Sirkha (Uttarakhand) on Aug 14, 2016, height approx. 8000 feet.
>> With Regards,
>> Narendra Joshi
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