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cynspiration Moth
Moth commented on by cynspiration Kuching, Malaysia8 years ago

Dan, do you think it's similar enough to be the same species? Seems possible.

cynspiration Kantakari
Kantakari commented on by cynspiration Sikkim, India8 years ago

Hmm, Seema, I don't think it's a poison. The village kids I was with at the time of the photo were playing around with it. Also, it's apparently a widely cultivated herb: http://www.iloveindia.com/indian-herbs/s...

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- commented on by cynspiration Singapore, Singapore8 years ago

Batocera rufomaculata seems the closest, but I'm still not entirely sure.

cynspiration Box Bloom
Box Bloom commented on by cynspiration Sikkim, India8 years ago

Thanks a lot, Ava. Kalanchoe prolifera is spot on!

cynspiration Box Bloom
Box Bloom commented on by cynspiration Sikkim, India8 years ago

It was probably about 40-50cm tall.

cynspiration Tamarind
Tamarind commented on by cynspiration Maharashtra, India8 years ago

No, I'm not sure. But it still looks like a tamarind leaf to me. Any other suggestions?

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Unknown spotting commented on by cynspiration West Bengal, India8 years ago

Sorry to disappoint. This was in Darjeeling.

cynspiration Iskoos
Iskoos commented on by cynspiration Sikkim, India9 years ago

Thanks! Iskoos is the Nepali name used in the area it was spotted.

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