Malabar Catmint is a shrubby herb, m tall. Stems are tetragonous, densely villous or woolly. Leaves are ovate to oblong, cm x Range. E. Asia – south India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, New Guinea to northern Australia. Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients in Anisomeles Malabarica. List of various diseases cured by Anisomeles Malabarica. How Anisomeles Malabarica .

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Anisomeles Malabarica Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

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Anisomeles malabarica – Malabar Catmint

Bojer ; Epimeredi malabaricus L. Perennial, semi-shrubby herb; stem to about 2 m high, much branched from base, subquadrangular, thickened below to 1. Leaves ovate-lanceolate to oblong-lanceolate, 3. Floral leaves mm long, densely lanate. Bracts linear, to 5 mm long.


Calyx to 9 mm long; tube to 5 mm long, lanate without, glabrous within; lobes lanceolate, to 4 mm long, acuminate. Style glabrous; branches linear, unequal. From India Biodiversity Portal. It looks like Anisomeles malabarica. Yes Anisomeles malabarica from me too. Can it be Anisomeles malabarica? It seems to be similar to what I had sent recently which was identified by However, I do not know the differentiating features when compared with A indica.

I believe that these two show Ornithophily? Pollination by birds about which there was an article in Jbnhs by some one from Vizag 2 decades back.

It is Anisomeles malabarica L. It is common throughout A. Seen on the outskirts of Nasik. The plant that i am posting malabairca about 2 kms away from the Eastern coast of kanyakumari.

This is a herbaceous plant and the flowers are actually pink in colour. Because of the shade I guess, my camera kept producing a blue colour. Advice is also welcome as ansiomeles what to do under such circumstances, because most of the pink coloured flowers phtographed recently are coming out as blue coloured. Plant is quite hairy and i though it probably belonged to Family Labiatae?


It grows amongst the flowers that i have posted earlier Id reqested please.

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