A. gangetica is a fast growing perennial plant which is included on various lists of invasive plants, including for Cuba, Puerto Rico and Hawaii. The binomial Asystasia gangetica covers a very complex, polymorphic aggregate , and it is possible that the West African material may be separable. The group. Excerpts from Langeland et al1 This plant forms weedy thickets along roadsides and is found in disturbed upland habitats in at least 11 conservation areas from.
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Acanthaceae The binomial Asystasia gangetica covers a very complex, polymorphic aggregate, and it is possible that the West African material may be separable. Publisher Royal Botanic Gardens; Kew.
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Asystasia coromandeliana Nees Justicia gangetica L. Flowering plant Photograph by: Image asystasix to Australian National Botanic Gardens. Flowering plant, grown as an ornamenyal border Photograph by: Forest and Kim Starr.
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Asystasia gangetica – UF/IFAS Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants
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