ANACARDIACEAE (Reported from India: 24 genera, 74 species; Represented in eFI: 21 genera, 39 species, including 1 genus and 4 species from outside India) 

  1. Anacardium: occidentale
  2. Bouea: oppositifolia
  3. Buchanania: arborescens, axillaris, barberi, cochinchinensis, lanceolata, lancifoliasessifolia, splendens
  4. Choerospondias: axillaris
  5. Cotinus: coggygria, kanaka
  6. Dobinea: vulgaris
  7. Dracontomelon: dao
  8. Drimycarpus: racemosus
  9. Gluta: tavoyana
  10. Holigarna: arnottiana, beddomei, caustica, ferruginea, grahamii, kurzii, nigra
  11. Lannea: coromandelica
  12. Mangifera: andamanica, camptosperma, indica, khasiana, linearifolia, nicobarica, sylvatica(?)
  13. Nothopegia: aureofulva, beddomei, castaneifolia (=racemosa), colebrookeana, heyneana, monadelpha, sivagiriana, travancorica, vajravelui
  14. Parishia: insignis
  15. Pegia: nitida
  16. Pistacia: atlantica, chinensis, chinensis subsp. integerrima, khinjuk
  17. Rhodosphaera: rhodanthema (Cultivated, Australia)
  18. Pleiogynium: timoriense (Cultivated)
  19. Rhus: chinensis, hookeri, punjabensis
  20. Schinus: molle (cultivated, USA), terebinthifolius (Cultivated)
  21. Searsia: mysorensis, paniculata, parviflora, tomentosus,
  22. Semecarpus: anacardium, auriculata, heterophyllus, kathalekanensis, kurzii, prainii, subpanduriformis, travancorica
  23. Spondias: acuminata, dulcis, indica, pinnata
  24. Swintonia: floribunda
  25. Toxicodendron: griffithii, khasiana, radicans,  succedaneaum, vernicifluum, wallichii

References:
Chandra, D. and Mukerjee, S.K. 2000. Anacardiaceae. In: Singh, N.P., Vohra, J.N., Hajra, P.K. and Singh, D.K. (eds.) Flora of India volume 5. BSI, Calcutta. pp. 436-510.
Efloraofindia 2007 onwards. Anacardiaceae. Accessed at /species/a—l/a/anacardiaceae acessed on 04-07-2020.
Karthikeyan, S., Sanjappa, M. and Moorthi, S. 2009. Flowering plants of India Dicotyledons volume 1 (Acanthaceae – Avicenniaceae). BSI, Kolkata. pp. 77-84.
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Keys from Flora of Bhutan
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1. Leaves simple ………………………………………………… .. 2
+ Leaves compound, trifoliolate or pinnate …………….. .. 5
2. Leaves opposite …………………………………………….. .. 9. Dobinea
+ Leaves altemate ……………………………………………… .. 3
3. Leaves crispate and with a distinct marginal vein .. .. 4. Drimycarpus
+ Leaves flat and without a marginal vein ……………… .. 4
4. Leaves lanceolate or elliptic …………………………….. .. 3. Mangifera
+ Leaves obovate ………………………………………………. .. 7. Semecarpus
5. Leaves trifoliolate …………………………………………… .. 1. Rhus (R. paniculata)
+ Leaves pinnate ……………………………………………….. .. 6
6. Scandent shrub ……………………………………………… .. 2. Pegia
+ Erect shrubs or trees ……………………………………….. .. 7
7. Plants flowering precociously or with young leaves .. 8
+ Plants leafy when flowering ………………………………. .. 9
8. Leaflets with a distinct intramarginal vein …………… .. 6. Spondias
+ Leaflets without intramarginal veins ……………………. ..8. Lannea
9. Male flowers in broad panicles c 15cm; female flowers in panicles 7 – 40cm; fruit globose, subglobose or renifonn, less than 0.7cm diameter … 1. Rhus
+ Male flowers in narrow axillary panicles 3 — 7cm; female flowers solitary, axillary; fruit oblong-ovoid, c 3.5 x 2.5cm … 5. Choerospondias

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Anacardium occidentale L. (Images by tspkumar)

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Buchanania arborescens (Bl.) Bl. (S. Taiwan, Tropical Asia to N. Australia: Andaman Is., Bismarck Archipelago, Borneo, Cambodia, Jawa, Laos, Lesser Sunda Is., Malaya, Maluku, Myanmar, New Guinea, Northern Territory, Philippines, Queensland, Solomon Is., Sulawesi, Sumatera, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam as per POWO)

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Mangifera indica L. (Images by Tspkumar, Rashida Atthar & Dinesh Valke)

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Rhus chinensis Mill. (Images by Ashwini Bhatia (Identified by Ushadi, N.S. Chauhan & Krishan Lal) (Inserted by J.M.Garg))

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Rhus punjabensis J.L. Stewart ex Brandis (Images by Nidhan Singh (Validated by Vijayasankar Raman) (Inserted by J.M.Garg))

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Rhus typhina L. (Images by Nalini (Inserted by J.M.Garg))

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Schinus terebinthifolia Raddi (Images by Aarti S Khale (Validated by Gurcahran Singh) & Renee (Identified by Prashant Awale & Giby Kuriakose) (Inserted by J.M.Garg))

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Images by Satish Phadke, Devendra Bhardwaj & J. M. Garg (Validated by Vijayasankar Raman) (Inserted by J.M.Garg)

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Searsia paniculata (Wall. ex G.Don) Moffett

(Images by Anurag N Sharma (Validated by Tapas Chakrabarty) (Inserted by J.M.Garg))

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(Images by Nayan Singh Dungriyal, Bakar Singh & Nidhan Singh (Inserted by J.M.Garg))

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Semecarpus anacardium L. f. (Images by J.M.Garg (Identified by Ajinkya Gadave & Satish Phadke) & Muthu Karthick (Inserted by J.M.Garg))

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Semecarpus subpanduriformis Wall. (Images by Sourav Mahmud (Identified by Surajit Koley & Vijayasankar Raman) (Inserted by J.M.Garg))

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Spondias dulcis Sol. ex Parkinson (Images by Padmani Raghavan (Identified by Satish Pardeshi) & Surajit Koley (Inserted by J.M.Garg))

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Spondias indica (Wight & Arn.) Airy Shaw & Forman (Images by Muthu Karthick (Identified by Giby Kuriakose & E.S. Santhosh Kumar) (Inserted by J.M.Garg))

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Spondias pinnata (L. f.) Kurz (Images by Suarjit Koley (Validated by E.S. Santhosh Kumar & Satish Phadke) (Inserted by J.M.Garg))

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Species & genera pages of Anacardiaceae in efloraofindia are now with images.
I started this exercise on 25th Jan.’16 in my residual time & now today (14.2.16), it is complete.
It involves inserting images on around 37 species pages (say around 130 images) & 17 genera pages. It also involved a lot of cleansing work like deletion of duplicate/ wrong pages, correctly identify some of the threads, putting them at their proper place, proper formatting of the species pages etc.
I request our members to pl. take up one family each & try to make efloraofindia more constructive. We will be rendering what ever assistance is required by the members, in this matter.

 

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