Amber Srivastava at 2016-05-22T15:49:41+0000 119 people like this | 8 people comments
Beware of such fake plastic moulded Rudraksh having signs of Shivling, Snake and Trident. Naturally occuring beads do not have these signs.
Seen at Gangotri - show more posts on this group
Ashutosh Lohani at 2016-05-23T16:19:24+0000 3 people like this |
INDIAN FORESTRY: Daedlacanthus nervosus - Blue sage or Gulsham : Indian Forestry Concise Report on Gulsham. Do read it, and Must Share if You Like. - show more posts on this group
Varinder Sharma at 2016-05-23T12:30:31+0000 44 people like this | 3 people comments
Acacia modesta/ Vern. Phulai/ Amritsar gum (family Fabaceae)
May 2016. Faridkot. Punjab
A medium sized deciduous, drought tolerant tree can survive in -50 c to 400 c, wood is hard and durable, used for agriculture implements, young twigs are used as a Datun (toothbrush). Tender leaves and twigs are us - show more posts on this group
Deeksha Saraswat at 2016-05-23T11:54:44+0000 19 people like this | 3 people comments
Photos from Deeksha Saraswat's post Lemonia, Limonia, Pink Ravenia
Botanical name: Ravenia spectabilis Family: Rutaceae (Citrus family)
Synonyms: Lemonia spectabilis
# clicked these images last summer when flowers came on this shrub...wondered about its id..
Thanks to @ Amit chauhan sir who posted its pic from pa - show more posts on this group
Aniruddh Singh at 2016-05-23T08:39:02+0000 162 people like this | 26 people comments
Photos from Aniruddh Singh's post P G students of my Department collecting Marchantia on a Botanical Excursion to Dhanaulti , Musoorie...from Aligarh....May 2016..second week.
Noteworthy Gemma cups , Archegoniophores/ Antheridiophores - show more posts on this group