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variable, rhomboid-ovate, rounded base, margins irregularly faintly dentate, softly pubescent.
branches slender, stellate yellow-brown pubescent.
Inflorescence- reddish, axillary spikes.
thickly hairy capsule.
monsoon forest, secondary forests of dry zones of Sri Lanka.
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