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7. Euphorbia hispida Boiss., Cent. Euph. 8. 1860. in DC., Prodr. 15(2): 37. 1862; flock. f., Fl. Brit. Ind. 5: 265. 1887, in adnot; Stewart in Ann. Cat. Vasc. Pl. W. Pak. & Kashm. 449. 1972.


  • Euphorbia emodi Hook. f.
  • Euphorbia rosea sensu Rech. f. & Schirnan-Czeika

    Similar to Euphorbia clarkeana, but plant often sparsely to densely hispid, with the leaf-blades up to 2.3 x 1 cm (though usually less), generally sharply serrate, cyathia more obviously solitary, larger (up to 1.5 mm diam. at the top) and with prominent white petaloid gland-appendages, and quadrangular transversely tuberculate-rugulose seeds.

    Fl. Per.: June - Nov. Fr. Per.: July-Jan.

    Syntypes: India, Uttar Pradesh, Kumaon, Almora Dt, Hawalbagh, Wallich 207, 325 (LE); Isosyntypes (P). NB. These numbers do not correspond with those in the Numerical List).

    Distribution: Afghanistan, N.W. India. On silty loam, granite, on dry stony ground, by stony streamsides, irrigation channel-banks, on grassy slopes, in fields, gardens, by roadsides, in waste-places, on aerodromes; 2200'/670 m. - 9000'/2740 m.


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