Asian Dark blue flowers have never been a great exploration in different biodiversity through regions and changes in climate. Unless the new series of rare flower Uraria Lacei Craib was re-discovered, in the forest Indo-Burma region of Manipur. Almost after more than six decades, this rare species has been seen after 1952, in the northeast region of India. The widespread of this species is found in Africa, Australia, and South East Asia that are a total of 20 in numbers.
U.lacei, a rare flower was seen in the area of the narrow channels of water that are covered with tall reeds from the National Park Keibul Lamjao, Manipur last year. Apart from being the land of rarely and commonly grown plants, it is the home of animals and birds. The antlered deer is conserved in the areas of the National Park. Within the conservation of the antlered deer, after the discovery of this amazing species, Uracia Lacei Craib the authority is looking forward to preserving this Dark blue flower species.
This species growth is generally found distributing in the region that ranges from the Indo-Burma border, Myanmar to the Region of Indo-China.
Uraria Lacei Craib features that are comparatively exceptional
The U. Lacei has always had the feature of inflorescence which makes it one of the attractive flowers apart from the rarely grown. Different specimens with collections that are observed to be preserved, while this time this distinctive feature of the flower has inspired the National Park, biodiversity to preserve it for exhibition as a part of the forest property.
It has dense granular hairs on the inflorescence rachis was also discovered in the area of Myanmar, specimen still remains documented as herbarium specimens as a heritage of biodiversity; as the last date of the update was in the year 2009. This rarest experience of the biodiversity was for India after 67 years, while the other parts may have seen the species.
Distribution of this rare Asian dark blue flower U.Lacei cannot be dense in certain zones due to the biological factors, while apart from China, the spread is widened throughout Thailand. The unique appearance and features have encouraged the researcher ” Gogai” to suggest the preservation of the rare and beautiful Asian dark blue flower or herbarium.
Owning of the rare flower species in the state
The Keibui Lamjao National park has its own distinctive recognization worldwide for the distinguished deers that were hardly counted to 27 to 28 in numbers but now they have increased in number to 208 approx, similarly, the presence of the home U. Lacei Craib will increase the popularity of the biodiversity of the Park, located at the Northeast region of India, Manipur.
The research was carried out by the Jahnabi Gogoi, of CSIR National Botanical Research Institute, Systematics, and herbarium division, Lucknow. It was in 2019, during the preset of winter as well as the pandemic when the field study was carried out throughout the area forests and National park. Finally, the distribution of Uraria Lacrei Craib was re-discovered with the amazing blue inflorescence flower stated in the Phytokeys Journals in September 2020.