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Allophylus cobbe (L.) Forsyth fil., Bot. Nomencl.: 226 (1794). (syn. Allophylus amboinensis Bl.; Allophylus aporeticus (Voigt) Kurz; Allophylus bartlettii Merr.; Allophylus betongensis Craib; Allophylus blancoi Bl.; Allophylus brachypetalus Gagnep.; Allophylus brachystachys Radlk.; Allophylus cambessedei Bl.; Allophylus celebicus Bl.; Allophylus cobbe (L.) Raeusch; Allophylus cochinchinensis Lecomte; Allophylus crenatus Radlk.; Allophylus dasythyrsus Radlk.; Allophylus eustachys Radlk.; Allophylus fulvinervis Bl.; Allophylus glaber Boerl.; Allophylus hayatae Gagnep.; Allophylus javensis Bl.; Allophylus laete-virens Ridl.; Allophylus laetus Radlk.; Allophylus lanatus Roxb.; Allophylus laxiflorus Gagnep.; Allophylus leptococcus Radlk.; Allophylus leptostachyus Boerl.; Allophylus leucochrous Radlk.; Allophylus leucocladus Radlk.; Allophylus ligustrinus Bl.; Allophylus litoralis Bl.; Allophylus livescens Gagnep.; Allophylus longifoliatus Radlk.; Allophylus macrodontus Merr.; Allophylus montanus F. N. Williams; Allophylus mutabilis Boerl.; Allophylus obliquus Radlk.; Allophylus ornitrophioides Roxb. ex Wall.; Allophylus pallidus Radlk.; Allophylus quinatus Radlk.; Allophylus racemosus Sw.; Allophylus repando-dentatus Radlk.; Allophylus rhomboidalis Radlk.; Allophylus rufescens Bl.; Allophylus rufescens var. cuspidatus Bl.; Allophylus rufescens var. heterodon Bl.; Allophylus rugosus Bl.; Allophylus salinarius Gagnep.; Allophylus scandens Ridl.; Allophylus serrulatus Radlk.; Allophylus sessilis Bl.; Allophylus sootepensis Craib; Allophylus sublaxus Gillespie; Allophylus sumatranus Bl.; Allophylus sundanus Miq.; Allophylus tahitensis Radlk.; Allophylus tomentosus Boerl.; Allophylus varians Craib; Aporetica gemella DC.; Aporetica penicillata Blanco; Aporetica pinnata (J. R. Forst. & G. Forst.) DC.; Azamara trifoliata Hochst. ex Baker; Cardiospermum schmiedelia Dalz. & Gibs.; Crantzia asiatica (L.) Kuntze; Gemella trifoliata Lour.; Ornitrophe aporetica Roxb.; Ornitrophe asiatica Steud.; Ornitrophe cobbe Willd.; Ornitrophe glabra Roxb.; Ornitrophe malabarica Hiern; Ornitrophe repanda Roxb.; Ornitrophe schmidelia Pers.; Pometia ternata Willd.; Pometia ternata G.Forst.; Rhus cobbe L.; Schmidelia adenophylla Wall.Schmidelia allophylla St. Lag.; Schmidelia aporetica Wall. ex Kurz; Schmidelia bantamensis Bl.; Schmidelia bidentata Wall.; Schmidelia cobbe DC.; Schmidelia cochinchinensis DC.; Schmidelia conferta Blanco; Schmidelia dentata Wall. ex Voigt; Schmidelia fulvinervis Bl.; Schmidelia gemella Cambess.; Schmidelia glabra (Roxb.) Steud.; Schmidelia glabra Roxb. ex Wall.; Schmidelia javensis Bl.; Schmidelia kobbe Lam.; Schmidelia ligustrina Bl. ex T. & B.; Schmidelia littoralis Bl.; Schmidelia macrophylla Zipp. ex Span.; Schmidelia mutabilis Bl.; Schmidelia obovata A.Gray; Schmidelia orientalis Sw.; Schmidelia ornitrophioides Wall.; Schmidelia parviflora Zipp. ex Span.; Schmidelia racemosa L.; Schmidelia rhomboidalis Nadeaud; Schmidelia senegalensis Rchb. ex Steud.; Schmidelia spicata DC.; Schmidelia tomentosa Hook. fil.; Schmidelia vestita Wall.; Toxicodendrum cobbe Gaertn.);
India to Philippines as per POWO;
Myanmar [Burma] (widespread), Bangladesh, Philippines (widespread), Lesser Sunda
Isl. (Timor), India (West Bengal, Maharashtra, Goa, Daman & Diu, Andhra
Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala),
Australia (Northern Territory,
N-Queensland), Java, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam, peninsular Malaysia, Singapore,
Sumatra, Borneo, Sulawesi, Andaman Isl. (North Andaman Isl., Middle Andaman
Isl., South Andaman Isl., Little Andaman Isl.), Nicobar Isl. (Car Nicobar Isl.,
North Nicobar Isl., Central Nicobar Isl., Great Nicobar Isl., Little Nicobar
Isl.),
Moluccas, New Guinea, Solomon Isl., Sri Lanka, Lakshadweep Isl.
(Laccadives), Maldives, North Keeling Isl., Christmas Isl. (Austr.), American
Samoa (Tutuila, Aunu’u, Ofu, Olosega, Ta’u), Austral Isl. (Rapa Iti, Tubuai),
Fiji, Gilbert Isl. (Butaritari), Marshall Isl. (Bikini, Ailinginae, Rongelap,
Utirik, Ujelang, Ujae, Wotho, Lae, Kwajalein, Aur, Ailinglapalap, Majuro, Arno,
Mili, Jaluit), Micronesia (Dublon, Tol, Udot, Uman, Yap, Ulithi, Fais, Eauripik,
Woleai, Faraulap, Ifaluk, Lamotrek, Puluwat, Namonuito, Murilo, Nomwin,
Truk-Moen, Fanan, Pis, Losap, Namoluk, Lukunor, Satawan, Nukuoro,
Kapingamarangi, Ant, Ngatik, Mokil, ?Pohnpei, Pingelap, Kosrae), New Caledonia,
Niue, Palau Isl. (Babeldaob, Koror, Malakal, Aulupse’el, Urukthapel, Aulong,
Ngeanges, Peleliu, Angaur, Sonsorol, Ngarakabesang), S-Cook Isl. (Mangaia),
Society Isl. (Tahiti, Huahine, Raiatea, Tahaa, Bora Bora), Southern Marianas
(Saipan, Tinian, Rota, Guam), Tonga (Tongatapu, Vava’u), Tuamotu Arch. (Makatea
Isl.), Wallis Isl., Western Samoa (Aleipata Islands, Upolu, Savaii)
as per Catalogue of life;

al-low-FY-lus — from the Greek allos (diverse) and and phylon (tribe)
¿ KOB-bay ? — Latinized form of the local Sri Lankan name kobbae

commonly known as: diverse trifoliate sumach, Indian allophylus • Assamese: chi-cehirum • Bengali: রাখালফুল rakhalphul • Kannada: ಮೂರೆಲೆ ಬೆಮ್ಡೆ murele bemde • Konkani: टिटवी titwi • Lushai: arhik-bouna • Malayalam: മുക്കണ്ണല്‍ പേഴ് mukkannal peezh • Manipuri: লীচী মানবী lichi manbi • Marathi: टिपीण tipin • Oriya: tsallunia • Sanskrit: त्रिपुट triputa • Tamil: அமளை amalai • Telugu: ఎర్ర ఆవాలు erra avalu, గువ్వగుత్తి guvva gutti, సళ్లి కుంకుడు salli kunkudu

Native to: s China, Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Philippines

As per efi thread : According to Pant (2000) in Flora of India, Vol. 5, these two are treated as different species but Singh & Vajravelu (2005) in Flora of Kerala treated these two species as polymorphic species of A. cobbe. They stated that phenetically Allophylus consists of single species as A cobbe. Leenhouts (1967) also stated Allophylus cobbe as polymorphic species having some local races as A. serratus, A. rheedii.

Flora of Eastern Ghats: Hill Ranges of South East India, Volume 1 By T. Pullaiah, D. Muralidhara Rao, K. Sri Ramamurthy (Description & Keys- Allophylus cobbe & Allophylus serratus)

 


Large shrubs to small trees. Young stem and peduncles densely yellowish brown pubescent. Leaves trifoliolate; leaflets 8-12 x 5-7 cm, ovate or elliptic-ovate or rhomboid-ovate, cuneate at base, margins serrate towards the distal half, acute at apex, tomentose on both sides, domatia present in the axils of nerves; terminal leaflet larger; petiole to 11 cm long. Thyrses axillary, branched, longer than leaves, 12-16 cm long. Sepals 4, 0.5-1 mm long, ovate-obtuse. Petals 4, unequal, 0.5-1 mm long, white. Fruits c. 4 mm across, globose.

Flowering and fruiting: July-November
Moist deciduous and semi-evergreen forests, also in sacred groves
South India, Sri Lanka and South East Asia

 


 

 
Allophylus cobbe (titberry) is a plant bearing alternately and spirally arranged ternate leaves belonging to Sapindaceae family. The edible fruit is three chambered like Sapindus trifoliatus.
Allophyllus cobbe is a variable plant with a broad distribution in India, South Africa, South America, Southeast Asia, and Papua New Guinea.[2] 
The plants size is 10 metres (33 ft) high and 13 m (43 ft) in width. It has no stipules. The leaves of a plant are trifoliolate, while the leaflets are penni-veined, and could be from densely to glabrous hairy. The flower size is approximately 3 millimetres (0.12 in) in diameter, and are yellow-whitish coloured. The fruits are red in colour and are 8 mm (0.31 in) in diameter.[3]
The plant grows in mixed dipterocarp. It can also be found in coastal and sub-montane forests at the altitude of 1,700 m (5,600 ft). It grow commonly along the rivers and streams (tidal included), on hillsides, and forest edges. Also it grows on sandy or clay soils, and can also be found on limestone and ultrabasic grounds. It does exist as a pre-disturbance remnant in secondary forests.[3]
The plant can be used for roofing, firewood and bows.[2] It can also be used for making rafts and fish traps. The bark, roots and leaves of the tree could be used to treat fever and stomach ache. The fruits, although edible, could be used as fish poison.[3]
(From Wikipedia on 1.9.13)
 

 


 

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Sapindaceae Fortnight :: Allophylus serratus from Chennai BRS 001 : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2).

Sharing the images of Allophylus serratus from Adyar, Chennai.


There seems to be some confusion regarding this species being an accepted name or a syn. of Allophylus cobbe.
Allophylus serratus syn. of Allophylus cobbe as per the following:
Not so:
Flora of Eastern Ghats: Hill Ranges of South East India (with keys- Allophylus serratus as a climbing shrub & Allophylus cobbe as a tree) (2002)

May I request someone to please further clarify the matter. 


 

According to Pant (2000) in Flora of India, vol 5 these two are treated as different species but Singh & Vajravelu
(2005) in Flora of Kerala treated these two species as polymorphic species of A. cobbe. They stated that phenetically Allophylus consists of single species as A cobbe. Leenhouts (1967) also stated Allophylus cobbe as polymorphic species having some local races as A. serratus, A. rheedii. I personally collected three species of Allophylus (A. cobbe, A. serratus, A rheedii). I found A. rheedii as a small tree and other two species as shurbs.


 

Thanks, …, for the valuable feedback.

What should we follow at efloraofindia website, you being the expert on Sapindaceae ?


I think it would be better to follow the treatment of Allophylus cobbe as in Flora of Kerala by Singh & Vajravelu (2005). I am sending herewith the portion of Sapindaceae in Flora of Kerala as an pdf file. Hope it may help.

 


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Allophylus cobbe (L.) Blume (syn.: Allophylus serratus Radlk.): This seems to be Allophylus cobbe (L.) Blume (syn.: Allophylus serratus Radlk.),

Bengali Name : RAKHAL PHOOL, recorded at Garalgacha (Hooghly), West Bengal, on 23-Aug.-2012.


Related links :-


Found some fruits yesterday that i think of the same plant, though at different place and on another individual.


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Euphorbiaceae for identification 110812MK03:

Please help me to identify this tree species. Is this any Euphorbiaceae?
Leaflet: up to 10cm long
Inflorescence: to 12cm long
Habitat: evergreen forest
Alt.: 950 m asl
Place: Valparai, TN

Date: 28 July 2012


Is it Allophylus species? from Sapindaceae.


I agree with … yes indeed it is Allophylus species and probably its Allophylus serratus


The fruits of this measures 0.4cm across globoid. Please find the attached picture of fruit.


It should be A.serratus


Could this be Allophylus cobbe (L.) Raeusch.?


A. cobbe


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identification: phtographed @jamboti forest area on 12.12.2011

type: shrub
leaves:trifoliate with presence of hairs
no flowers no fruits not fragrant
local name:gayamari (kannada), jhakam juyi (marati)

used to treat fractures and bleeding wounds


This could be Allophylus cobbe


even i think Allophylus cobbe, an climber with trifoliate leaf, also an medicinal plant

Requesting to please ID this plant captured at Lohagad near Pune in August 2013.


This is Tifan [Allophylus cobbe].


Yes Allophylus cobbe. Sapindaceae.

Common in Mahabaleshwar also.


You are most welcome. Some of my photographs.


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Euphorbiaceae Fortnight :: Tree for ID :: Valparai :: MK017 :  Attachments (8). 5 posts by 3 authors.

Please help me in identifying the tree found in the rain forests of western ghats.
Location: Valparai, TN
Alt.: 900 m asl
Date 12 July 2012

I forgot the details of the plant, since I took this a long ago.


Allophylus serratus, I think.

Yes, … is right. However, this species is often considered synonymous with the Allophylus cobbe (L.) Raeusch., sensu lato. Please see Flora of Kerala, vol. 1, page 771. 2005, BSI publication.


Thanks a lot Sirs

Allophylus cobbe (L.) Raeusch.
along KSH 34 near Belgaum on 29 MAY 11
at Mahabaleshwar on 27 AUG 10

along MSH 60 (Tamhini Ghat) on 13 JUN 09



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Allophylus cobbe


 

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Sapindaceae fortnight :: Allophylus cobbe at Lohagad ::PKA6: :  Attachments (4). 1 post by 1 author.

Shrub from Lohagad Lonavala.
Bot. name: Allophylus cobbe
Family: Sapindaceae
Date/Time: 20-06-2010 / 07:20AM
Location: On the way to Lohagad from Bhaje (Lonavala region)
Habitat: Wild
Plant Habit: Shrub
Leaves: 3 foliolate


 

 
Allophylus cobbe – efloraofindia | Google Groups : 4 images as in the above thread.
 

 


 

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ANAUG36 Please confirm if Allophylus cobbe : 10 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (2).

Camp Gee Dee (Bangalore)
August 2014


Allophylus serratus, perhaps.


Thanks, ….
Pl. see another thread. As per this:
According to Pant (2000) in Flora of India, vol 5 these two are treated as different species but Singh & Vajravelu (2005) in Flora of Kerala treated these two species as polymorphic species of A. cobbe. They stated that phenetically Allophylus consists of single species as A cobbe. Leenhouts (1967) also stated Allophylus cobbe as polymorphic species having some local races as A. serratus, A. rheedii. I personally collected three species of Allophylus (A. cobbe, A. serratus, A rheedii). I found A. rheedii as a small tree and other two species as shurbs. “

I am accordingly following Singh & Vajravelu (2005) in Flora of Kerala fro efi site.


Yes, looks like one, but the plant is more hairy and ferruginous than what I see in my locality. As per TPL A. cobbe var, serratus is a synonym of A. serratus (Hiren) Kurz.

Attached here features of different varieties in FBI and BP.
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I found this plant from FLRHT garden, Yelahanka, Bangalore. This is Allophylus cobbe. I found that you have already mentioned about the literatures.


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ANSEPT91 Is this an Allophylus sp.? :  8 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (3).

Chikamagalur-Kemmangudi Road
13th September 2014


Is it Allophyllus serratus?…


I agree, possible.


YES, I M SURE.


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identification no 101114sn1 : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (3)

Kindly help in identification.

date/time:may14
location:ambyvalley rd.,lonavala,pune
habitat:wild
plant habit:?

height:about 5-6 ft.


Allophylus cobbe (L.) Raeusch.


Supporting …


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Allophylus cobbe—for sharing and validation : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (2)

Pic taken at aambyvalley rd., lonavala, pune in june14.


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Kindly examine and identify this tree 

Habit:A medium sized tree 

Habitat:Wild,shola forest fringe 

Sighting:Bababudangiri,Chikmagalur,Karnataka about 1600 msl 

Date:13-06-2015


Is it possible to be Allophyllus cobbe ??


It is the common shrub Allophylus cobbe (L.) Raeusch. Sapindaceae


Alophyllus cobbe


Looks like Allophylus sps. (A. cobbe ?).   


Allophyllus cobbe (L.) Raeucsh.


 

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Climber SN20318 : 6 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (3)
Wild climber from Aralam wild life sanctuary, near Kannur, Kerala

A species of Allophyllus (Sapindaceae)


Allophylus cobbe (L.) Raeusch. There seems to be so much variation, it looks like a climber here, leaves entire.

sir can I get botanical name ? – तिपानी  in Marathi

Please check for Allophylus cobbe for which a name टिपीण is given – which makes no sense.


तिपानी = three-leaved.


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Plant for ID: Devgad, Konkan, March 2016 – ARKOCT04 : 5 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (5)
This was on a mountain top growing wild. Requested to please provide ID. Pics were taken in March 2016.

Thanks, … Any habit images.


Unfortunately no, … These are the only pics I have.


This has been identified as Allophylus cobbe.

Would like further opinion.


Yes. May be as per images at Allophylus cobbe


Allophyllus cobbe (L.) Raeusch. The trifoliate leaved, small tree or shrub known to climb considerable height as seen in the pics at Ulvi WLS, Karnataka, last week of April, ’10. Flowers very small, white in fascicles, 2-4 branched racemes.

Nice catch …!! I have never seen this in Bengal


Thank … Good to know I could show you a new plant !


Why is it so? I have not seen 90% of the Indian flora hence out here to see and know them from you all


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Allophylus cobbe [locally called Tipani, Tinpani] a scandent shrub is fairly common along forest borders. Sending one of my photographs.


Sapindaceae (soapberry family) » Allophylus cobbe (syn. Allophylus rheedi, Allophylus serratus, Omitrophe serrata, Rhus cobbe, Schmidelia cobbe, Schmidelia serrata)
al-low-FY-lus — from the Greek allos (diverse) and and phylon (tribe)
¿ KOB-bay ? — Latinized form of the local Sri Lankan name kobbae

commonly known as: diverse trifoliate sumach, Indian allophylus • Assamese: chi-cehirum •  Bengali: রাখালফুল rakhalphul • Kannada: ಮೂರೆಲೆ ಬೆಮ್ಡೆ murele bemde • Konkani: टिटवी titwi • Lushai: arhik-bouna • Malayalam: മുക്കണ്ണല്‍ പേഴ് mukkannal peezh • Manipuri: লীচী মানবী lichi manbi • Marathi: टिपीण tipin • Oriya: tsallunia • Sanskrit: त्रिपुट triputa • Tamil: அமளை amalai • Telugu: ఎర్ర ఆవాలు erra avalu, గువ్వగుత్తి guvva gutti, సళ్లి కుంకుడు salli kunkudu
Native to: s China, Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Philippines
References:
• Flowers of India … http://www.flowersofindia.net/catalog/slides/Indian%20Allophylus.html
• eFlora … http://www.efloras.org/florataxon.aspx?flora_id=2&taxon_id=242302357
• NPGS / GRIN … http://www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs/html/taxon.pl?423302
• ENVIS – FRLHT … http://envis.frlht.org.in/botanical_search.php?txtbtname=Allop&gesp=2290%7CAllophylus+cobbe+%28L.%29+RAEUSCH.
• DDSA … http://dsal.uchicago.edu/dictionaries/
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For more views: http://www.flickr.com/search/?q=Allophyluscobbe&w=91314344%40N00&m=tags


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5 images.


Thanks for the additional pics. … the close up of flowers is very good.


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This Plant is Tirupathi Hills.please tell me ID : 4 posts by 2 authors. 3 images.


 

Allophylus serratus in FOI : 2 posts by 2 authors.
With regard to images of Bubai Bera ji at Allophylus serratus in FOI, keys are available at book link Flora of Peninsular India. However, these are not followed in efloraofindia site, as per efi thread (According to Pant (2000) in Flora of India, Vol. 5, these two are treated as different species but Singh & Vajravelu (2005) in Flora of Kerala treated these two species as polymorphic species of A. cobbe. They stated that phenetically Allophylus consists of a single species as A cobbe. Leenhouts (1967) also stated Allophylus cobbe as polymorphic species having some local races as A. serratus, A. rheedii.)
Pl. see all our posts at Allophylus cobbe (L.) Forsyth fil.

Now it is up to you to follow it or not.


Thanks for this information …


Thanks for sharing …, very happy to the post from my native place,
Sapindaceae member,

Allophyllos serratus,


It is Allophyllus status of Sapindaceae


 


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MS/ID/AUGUST/2020/14 – ID of the plant sps. : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)

Please ID the plant species photographed in a farm last week in Chennai (29.9.20).

Looks like Allophylus species. Could be A. cobbe ??? Please confirm.

Yes it’s Allophylus cobbe


References:

Catalogue of life  POWO  The Plant List Ver.1.1  GRIN  Dinesh Valke’s Flickr Post  Flowers of India  India Biodiversity Portal  Wikipedia  ENVIS – FRLHT  DDSA  

Flora of Eastern Ghats: Hill Ranges of South East India, Volume 1 By T. Pullaiah, D. Muralidhara Rao, K. Sri Ramamurthy (Description & Keys- Allophylus cobbe & Allophylus serratus)

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