Coffea canephora Pierre ex A.Froehner, Notizbl. Bot. Gart. Berlin-Dahlem 1: 237 1897. (syn. Coffea arabica var. stuhlmannii A.Froehner; Coffea bukobensis A.Zimm.; Coffea canephora var. crassifolia Lautent ex De Wild. ……….; Coffea laurentii De Wild.; Coffea maclaudii A.Chev.; Coffea quillon Wester [Invalid]; Coffea robusta L.Linden; Coffea ugandae Cramer; Coffea welwitschii Pierre ex De Wild.; (=) Coffea canephora var. gossweileri A. Chev.; (=) Coffea canephora var. kouilouensis Pierre ex De Wild.; (=) Coffea canephora var. laurentii (De Wild.) A. Chev.; (=) Coffea canephora var. sankuruensis De Wild.; (=) Coffea canephora var. ugandae (P. J. S. Cramer) A. Chev.);
KOFF-ee-uh — from Turkish kahve, in turn from Arabic qahwa
¿ ka-NEPH-o-ruh ? — ¿ from Greek kanephoros (reed basket) ?
roh-BUS-tuh — robust
commonly known as: coffee, conillon, robusta coffee • Arabic: بن bun, قہوة qahwat • Assamese: কফি kaphi • Bengali: কফি kaphi • Gujarati: કૉફી kophi • Hindi: काफ़ी kafi, कॉफी kophi • Kannada: ಕಾಫಿ kaaphi • Kashmiri: कह्व kahwa • Konkani: कॉफि kawphi • Malayalam: കാപ്പിച്ചെടി kaappicceti • Manipuri: kophi • Marathi: कवा kava, कॉफि kophi • Mizo: kaw-fi • Nepali: कहुवा kahuwa, काफि kaphi • Persian: قہوه qahwa • Tamil: காபி kapi • Telugu: కాఫీ kaaphii
Native of: central and western subsaharan Africa; cultivated elsewhere
Though considered inferior to C. arabica, this coffee is commercially as important … it produces larger and quicker yield and is less prone to infection. Moreover coffee manufacturers use this coffee as a purposeful blend with other coffees to achieve certain tastes that are popular world-wide.
(18.12.10, 4 pictures, 3 messages);
24/12/10/YRP/1 coffee on yard.: Robusta coffee on drying yard.
Robusta coffee at Madikeri: Coffea canephora (synonym, and popular as Coffea robusta),
native of central and western subsaharan Africa; cultivated widely in tropics …
though considered inferior to C. arabica, this coffee is commercially as important … it produces larger and quicker yield and is less prone to infection. Moreover coffee manufacturers use this coffee as a purposeful blend with other coffees to achieve certain tastes that are popular world-wide.
Seen at Kodagu Valley Resort on 30 MAR 11 … as such found planted all over Mercara (Coorg).
They are maintained to a height of 5 – 8 ft … the smaller arabica plants are grown among these robusta plants.
Coffee in India is known by same name in all the languages … pronunciation differs as per regional accent … thus: Assamese: কফি kaphi • Bengali: কফি kaphi • Gujarati: કૉફી kophi • Hindi: काफ़ी kafi, कॉफी kophi • Kannada: ಕಾಫಿ kaaphi • Kashmiri: कह्व kahwa • Konkani: कॉफि kawphi • Malayalam: കാപ്പിച്ചെടി kaappicceti • Manipuri: kophi • Marathi: कवा kava, कॉफि kophi • Mizo: kaw-fi • Nepali: कहुवा kahuwa, काफि kaphi • Tamil: காபி kapi • Telugu: కాఫీ kaaphii
Good reading about coffee at http://www.indiacoffee.org/default.php
– We have taught this to students year after year, but seeing live (photographs) for the first time.
– Robusta Coffee from blossom to dry coffee from my farm.
Coffee from Chikmagalur – PKA- Feb60 : 5 posts by 4 authors. 1 composite image.
Here is Coffee from Chikmagalur. I think Coffee robusta..
Lovely display …
Yes, beautiful display of nice pictures!
ANSEPT08 Tree for ID : 7 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (5).
Coorg August 2014
Is it Coffea Arabica?
I thought it was Coffea liberica sir. Waiting for confirmation.
Photo was clicked in a coffee plantation but did not resemble the Coffea arabica growing there.
The tree has been identified as Coffea robusta.
Is it Coffea robusta?
The dense berries are looks like that to me!!
Coffea canephora Pierre ex A.Froehner (= Coffea robusta L.Linden)
Coffea sp. SM014 : 6 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3).
Habitat: Tea garden
Location: Tarapur Tea Garden, Sylhet
Picture taken: March 2012
Seems to be some Coffea sp.
Coffea – species in India & eFI with details & some keys
Please refer to Flowers of The Himalaya, by Oleg Polunin and Adam Stainton.
This plant is depicted in image no 614a at Plate-55.
As per that book the plant is Coffea benghalensis.
Looks different from other images at Coffea benghalensis
Appears close to images at Coffea canephora
Yes, I also think this is Coffea canephora..
Attaching an image of Coffea canephora (as identified by …).
ID confirmation – MS210411 -30 – Coffee plant: I am sending the photographs of cofee plant. Photos taken near Dubare Elephant Camp. Coorg. Date 27.2.11. Not sure of which species. C. arabica or robusta.
– I think it is Coffea arabica
– … with .. … Coffea arabica … little knowledge (could be wrong): this shrub would have leaves loosely similar in shape AND / OR size to that of our familiar Tabernaemontana divaricata.
To me appears more closer to images at Coffea canephora Pierre ex A.Froehner rather than those at Coffea arabica L.
The ID provided by … tallies with the photographs in the link provided by him.
# 18/12/10/YRP/2– Ripe Robusta Coffee Cherry on plant. Date & Time 18/12/10.
Location: Place, Altitude, GPS- Chethalayam, Wayanad.
Habitat: Garden, Urban, Wild Type: Garden Plant.
Habit: Tree, Shrub, Climber, Herb- Tree.
Height, Length. Trained to 4′.
Flowers Size Colour Calyx Bracts-6mm lenth, 3 mm width:
TSPOCT2015-52: Images of Coffea canephora (Rubiaceace) : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (5)
It is my pleasure to share few images of Coffea canephora (Rubiaceae)
Habit: Manipulated shrub
Habitat: Cultivated, predominantly at high altitudes..
Sighting: Chikmagalur, Karnataka, about 1200 msl
Date: 4-12-2014, 10-12-2015 and 11-03-2015
… at a resort in Virajpet, Coorg
Date: November 10, 2019 … Altitude: about 910 m (3000 ft) asl
Coffea canephora Pierre ex A.Froehner
yes. i had one in my balcony. the leaves are unforgettable. i only got a few flowers, short summer , before fall and its cold nights blew.