Saturday 15 October 2022

Eriocaulon robustobrownianum Ruhland

Eriocaulon robustobrownianum Ruhland

er-ee-oh-KAW-lon -- Greek: erion (wool), kaulos (plant stem) ... Dave's Botanary
¿ roh-BUS-tuh-brow-nee-AH-num ? -- more robust in its habit than of Eriocaulon brownianum Mart. ... efloraofindia

commonly known as: Mysore pipewort • Kannada: ಮೈಸೂರು ಚೆಂಡು Mysuru chendu • Malayalam: മൈസൂർ ചൂത് mysur chooth • Marathi: मैसूर गेंद mysoor gend


botanical names: Eriocaulon robustobrownianum Ruhland ... heterotypic synonyms: Eriocaulon mysorense Fyson ... POWO
Bibliography / etymology
~~~~~ ENGLISH ~~~~~
Mysore pipewort
  • name given for want of name by Flowers of India; literal translation of the scientific name - Eriocaulon mysorense; mysorense = of or from the erstwhile state of Mysore, during British rule in India ; the genus name Eriocaulon is given a generic name of pipewort
~~~~~ KANNADA ~~~~~
ಮೈಸೂರು ಚೆಂಡು Mysuru chendu
  • name given for want of name; literal translation of the scientific name - Eriocaulon mysorense; mysorense = of or from the erstwhile state of ಮೈಸೂರು mysuru = Mysore, during British rule in India ; and ಚೆಂಡು chendu = ball -- the flower head of Eriocaulon spp. have resemblance to ball
  • Many thanks to Dr Mahadeswara Swamy for help with this name ... efloraofindia
~~~~~ MALAYALAM ~~~~~
മൈസൂർ ചൂത് mysur chooth
  • Many thanks to Ajith Unnikrishnan, VC Balakrishnan and Vinaya Raj V R for their comments at facebook ... name given for want of name; literal translation of the scientific name - Eriocaulon mysorense; mysorense = of or from the erstwhile state of മൈസൂർ mysur = Mysore, during British rule in India ; the genus name Eriocaulon is given a generic name of ചൂത് chooth
~~~~~ MARATHI ~~~~~
मैसूर गेंद mysoor gend
  • name given for want of name; literal translation of the scientific name - Eriocaulon mysorense; mysorense = of or from the erstwhile state of मैसूर mysoor = Mysore, during British rule in India ; the genus name Eriocaulon is given a generic name of गेंद gend = ball
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