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Date: 11 October 2016 at 20:12
Subject: [efloraofindia:253446] Re: Ladakh flora 12
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Again, no location nor altitude?  *This is Erodium tibetanum *which Stewart
records from Ladakh @ 3300-4800m.

In Ladakh there is also *E.stephanianum* @ 3300-3900m but this has much
more dissected foliage.

*E.cicutarium* has not been recorded for Ladakh but is common in the hills
& plains to 2700m.  'Flowers of Himalaya' only describe
*E.cicutarium* which they say is common in Kashmir.

Klimes & Dickore found *E.stephanianum* a weed along roads, ditches & dump
sites in 'lower' Ladakh.

'Flora of Lahaul-Spiti' list *E.stephanianum* as rare in moist places -
which does not tally with Klimes & Dickore's observations but the situation
may be
different in Lahoul?



On Monday, October 10, 2016 at 6:48:17 PM UTC+1, Ushaprabha wrote:

> Id pl.
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