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Son
Ghanta

Critically Endangered

Unknown

Son Ghanta

Abutilon ranadei

Son Ghanta is one of the critically endangered plant species of the Western Ghats. It is endemic and restricted to four districts of Maharashtra State. It is a shrub 3-5 ft tall characterized by 2 inch long bell-like hanging golden yellow flowers. The five petals are orange yellow, veined with purple. Alternately arranged leaves are heart-shaped, long-pointed, with toothed margins.

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Regional Names
  • Marathi:
    सोनघंटा
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Taxanomy

MALVALES
MALVACEAE
Abutilon ranadei

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