Botanical name: Rotala sahyadrica Family: Lythraceae (Crape Myrtle family)
Sahyadri Rotala is a rare and newly described rotala species. It is similar to Rotala tenella but differs in having self-pollination flowers, nectary glands on sepal tube and 8-12 multi-cellular black trichomes in the axils of bracteoles. It is a small aquatic herb about 10 cm, very delicate plant, with very small flowers.
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