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    Nice details. Looks like Commelina benghalensis L.

    Nice details. Looks like Commelina benghalensis L.
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    Beautiful picture. If not wrong, based on your...

    Beautiful picture. If not wrong, based on your explanations, it is Gardenia gummifera L.f. known as Nadi hingu in Ayurveda. These droplets are gum-resins with distinct strong odour. These droplets if...
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    This is Stachytarpheta indica (L.) Vahl. Nice...

    This is Stachytarpheta indica (L.) Vahl. Nice composition
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    Irumbai Village at Sunrise

    Shot at Irumbai Village, Tamil Nadu, at the outskirts near Pondicherry state
    Canon 7D
    Lens - EF50mm
    f - 8
    Manual mode
    SS - 1/80sec
    ISO - 100
    FL - 50mm
    White balance - Daylight
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    Silent evening !!

    Shot in Mysore. Not sure about the id of the bird.
    Canon 7D
    Lens - EFS 55-250mm
    f - 5.6
    SS - 1/3200sec
    ISO - 250
    FL - 250 mm
    Manual mode
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    Find me out !!

    Ghost crab - Ocypode sp
    Shot in Pichavaram, Tamil Nadu
    Canon - 7D
    Lens - 55-250mm
    F-5.6
    SS- 1/1328 sec
    Manual mode
    ISO - 250
    FL - 250mm
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    This is Plumbago auriculata, an ornamental plant....

    This is Plumbago auriculata, an ornamental plant. Nice composition
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    Have got a tentative ID for this. They are known...

    Have got a tentative ID for this. They are known as Fluffy bums, the nymph of Scolypopa australis. Request experts to validate it.
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    Dear all, Thanks for the comments. It was around...

    Dear all,
    Thanks for the comments. It was around 11AM to 12 Noon when i took the shot. Was sitting by the roadside, where a few wild grasses had grown which have framed the lower part of the snap.
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    Id help

    Found this small insect on our terrace. The insect measures almost the size of a pepper corn. Sorry for a poor background with dried leaves. Requesting ID help
    Canon EOS 7D, 55 to 250 mm
    Aperture -...
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    Egrets

    This was shot in a paddy field near Davanagere - Honnali, Karnataka
    Canon EOS 7D, 55-250mm IS
    SS - 1/400
    aperture - 5.6
    ISO - 125
    FL - 250mm
  12. The plant is Elephantopus scaber, Asteraceae

    The plant is Elephantopus scaber, Asteraceae
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    Looks like Nymphaea sp. Regards

    Looks like Nymphaea sp.

    Regards
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    Ghost Crab

    This was shot at the shores of Pichchavaram, Near Chidambaram, Tamil Nadu.
    Ghost crab - Ocypode sp. (ID courtesy - Abishek Jamalabad)
    Camera - Canon 7D
    Lens - 55 to 250mm
    SS - 1/1250
    Aperture -...
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    Nice Photograph. The ID is Papaver somniferum L....

    Nice Photograph. The ID is Papaver somniferum L. of Papaveraceae. The dried latex from the fruit of this plant is the Narcotic drug Opium. It is banned from cultivation.
    The active principles in the...
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    The flowers look like that of Nerium oleander L....

    The flowers look like that of Nerium oleander L. of Apocynaceae.

    Regards
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    Dear Prajwal, Nice photograph. The inflorescence...

    Dear Prajwal,
    Nice photograph. The inflorescence is of Chassalia curviflora (Wall.) Thwaites of Rubiaceae
    Often it is mistaken for Sarpagandha (Rauvolfia serpentina) because of the morphological...
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    Life after Death

    Dried leaf of Ziziphus rugosa of Rhamnaceae family. A fine day got to see this unusual yet beautiful expression from nature...
    Location: Koppa, Chikkamagalur District, Karnataka, Circa:2011
    Camera...
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    If am not wrong, it may be the flowers of Adina...

    If am not wrong, it may be the flowers of Adina cordifolia, Rubiaceae. Nice picture, a macro would have been great
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    Looks like the flowers of Cassia fistula, of...

    Looks like the flowers of Cassia fistula, of Caesalpinaceae Known as Aragvadha in Ayurveda. The bark is mainly used in the form of a decoction to treat Skin diseases including Psoriasis. The fruit...
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    Nice Photograph. Looks like Costus pictus of...

    Nice Photograph. Looks like Costus pictus of Costaceae. If the leaves have a typical sour taste, then the ID is right. Commonly known as the Insulin plant, used for reducing Blood sugar levels. Not a...
  22. Looks like Holarrhena antidysentrica, named as...

    Looks like Holarrhena antidysentrica, named as Kutaja in Ayurveda, Kurchi in trade, the bark is used in medicine. TFS
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    This plant is Nymphaea indica, Nymphaeceae,...

    This plant is Nymphaea indica, Nymphaeceae, commonly known as Indica Tropical water Lily. Nice shot!
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    Dear Murugan ji, This must be a variant of...

    Dear Murugan ji,
    This must be a variant of Hibiscus sabdariffa var. rubra. The leaves are sour in taste and cooked in S. India. TFS
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    Dear Sanjiv ji, This is from the family...

    Dear Sanjiv ji,
    This is from the family Convolvulaceae. It may be of the Genus Ipomoea or Argyreia. Not sure. Will have to look into further more details on the fruits and plant. TFS
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