ANNONACEAE: (Reported from India:  28 genera, 124 species; Represented in efi.  29 genera and 51 species, including 2 from outside India) (Compiled by Dr. Gurcharan Singh).

1. Alphonsea: lutea, madraspatana, sclerocarpa, ventricosa, zeylanica.

2. Anaxagorea: luzonensis.

3. Annona: cherimola, glabra, muricata, reticulata, squamosa, x atemoya (Cult.-Sri Lanka).

4.Artabotrys: burmanicus, caudatus, hexapetalus, nicobarianus, speciosus, zeylanicus.

5.Cananga: odorata, odorata var. fruticosa,

6. Cyathocalyx: martabanicus, zeylanicus.

7. Dasymaschalon: dasymaschalum, longiflorum.

8. Desmos: chinensis, chinensis var. lawii, cochinchinensis, dumosus, praecox, ramarowii, viridiflorus.

9. Fissistigma: bicolor, ellipticum, polyanthum, rubiginosum, rufinerve, santapaui, verrucosum, wallichii

10. Friesodielsia: fornicata, khoshooi, sahyadrica.

11. Goniothalamus: cardiopetalus, keralensis, macranthus, malayanus, rhychantherus, sesquipedalis, simonsii, thwaitesii, wightii, wynaadensis.

12. Huberantha: cerasoides, jenkinsii, korintii.

13. Maasia: glauca.

14. Marsypopetalum: crassum, modestum.

15. Meiogyne: pannosa,

16. Mezzettia: parviflora.

17. Miliusa: andamanica, dioica, dolichantha, eriocarpa, flaviviridis, gokhalaei, indica, longiflora, macrocarpa, montana, parviflora, nilagirica, tectona, tomentosa, velutina, wightiana.

18. Mitrephora: andamanica, grandiflora, harae, heyneana, tomentosa.

19. Monodora: myristica (Cult.)

20. Monoon: coffeoides, fragrans, lateriflorum, longifolium, simiarum.

21. Orophea: erythrocarpa, hexandra, katschallica, malabarica, monosperma, narasimhanii, polycarpa, salacifolia, sivarajanii, thompsonii, torulosa, uniflora, zeylanica.

22. Polyalthia: cauliflora, malabarica, suberosa, meghalayensis, rufescens.

23. Popowia: beddomeana, helferi, parvifolia.

24. Pseuduvaria: prainii

25. Rauwenhoffia: siamensis (Indonesia)

26. Sageraea: elliptica, laurina, listerii, thwaitesii.

27. Trivalvaria: argentea, costata, kanjilalii.

28. Uvaria: concava, griffithii, hamiltonii, lamponga, micrantha, narum, nicobarica, ovata, rufa, zeylanica.

29. Xylopia: patoniae,



 

Alphonsea lutea (Roxb.) Hook.f. & Thomson ? (Images by Muthu Karthick (Id suggestion by Surajit Koley) (Inserted by J.M.Garg) (For more photos click on the link))

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Anaxagorea luzonensis A.Gray (Images by E.S. Santhosh Kumar (Inserted by J.M.Garg))

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Annona glabra L. (Images by Renee & Aarti Khale (Inserted by Bhagyashri Ranade & J.M.Garg))

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Annona muricata L. (Images by Aarti Khale & Raman Arunachalam (Inserted by Bhagyashri Ranade)) 

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Annona reticulata L. (Images by Surajit Koley, Dinesh Valke & Aarti Khale (Inserted by Bhagyashri Ranade)) 

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Annona squamosa L. (Images by Satish Phadke & Aarti Khale (Inserted by Bhagyashri Ranade)) 

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Annona × atemoya Mabb. (Images by Aarti Khale – Identified by Pudji Widodo (Inserted by Bhagyashri Ranade))

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Artabotrys hexapetalus (L.f.) Bhandari (Images by Gurcharan Singh & Aarti S Khale & Surajit Koley (Inserted by J.M.Garg) (For more photos click on the links))

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Artabotrys zeylanicus Hook.f. & Thomson (Images by Navendu Page, Prashant Awale & Dinesh Valke (Inserted by J.M.Garg) (For more photos click on the links))

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Cananga odorata (Lam.) Hook.f. & Thomson (Images by Prashant Awale & Mahadeswara Swamy (Placed here by J.M.Garg) (For more photos click on the links))

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Cananga odorata var. fruticosa (Craib) J.Sinclair (Images by Satsih Phadke (Id by Vijayasanakr Raman & Tabish) & Aarti S Khale (Validated by Mahadeaswara Swamy) (Inserted by J.M.Garg) (For more photos click on the links))

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Desmos chinensis Loureiro (Images by Pudji Widodo (Id by Sid & Satish Chile)

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Desmos lawii (Hook. f. & Thomson) Saff. (Images by Dinesh Valke, Prashant Awale & Navendu Page (Inserted by J.M.Garg) (For more photos click on the links))

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Fissistigma polyanthum (Hook.f. & Thomson) Merr. (Images by M. Sawmliana (Id help by Surajit Koley & Ritesh Kumar Choudhary) (Inserted by J.M.Garg))

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Goniothalamus cardiopetalus (Dalzell) Hook.f. & Thomson (Images by Anurag N. Sharma & Navendu Page (Inserted by J.M.Garg & Anurag N. Sharma))

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Goniothalamus macranthus (Kurz) Boerl. (Images by Tapas Chakrbarty (Inserted by J.M.Garg))

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Goniothalamus species ?- Khaari, E. Kameng district, Arunachal Pradesh (Images by Ritesh Kumar Choudhary (Id help by L. Rasingam & Navendu Page) (Inserted by J.M.Garg))

 


 

Huberantha cerasoides (Roxb.) Chaowasku in Chaowasku et al. (Images by Navendu Page, P. Santhan, Surajit Koley (Identified by Navendu Page) (Inserted by J.M.Garg)) (For more images, click on the links)

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Maasia glauca (Hassk.) Mols (Image by Tapas Chakraborty)


 

Meiogyne pannosa (Dalzell) J. Sinclair (Images by Giby Kuriakose & Navendu Page (Inserted by J.M.Garg) (For more images, click on the links))

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Meiogyne ramarowii (Dunn) Gandhi (Images by Anurag N. Sharma (Id by Navendu Page) (For more images, click on the links))

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Miliusa codonantha Chaowasku (East Himalaya as per POWO)

   


Miliusa dioeca (Roxb.) Chaowasku & Kessler (Images by Raju Das (Id suggestion by Pudji Widodo) (Inserted by J.M.Garg))

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Miliusa indica Lesch. ex A.DC. (Images by Raghu Ananth (Identified by Giby Kuriakose) (Inserted by J.M.Garg) (For more images, click on the links)) 

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Miliusa nilagirica Bedd. (Images by Navendu page (Inserted by J.M.Garg))

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Miliusa tomentosa (Roxb.) J.Sinclair (Images by Dinesh Valke, Anurag N Sharma (Validated by Tapas Chakrabarty), Navendu Page & Prashant Awale (Inserted by J.M.Garg) (For more images, click on the links)) 

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Images by Muthu Karthick at Megamalai wls, Theni dist., TN (Id by Navendu Page) (Inserted by J.M.Garg) (For more photos click on the links)

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Monodora myristica (Gaertn.) Dunal (Cultivated)

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Monoon coffeoides (Thwaites ex Hook f. & Thomson) B. Xue & R. M. K. Saunders (Images by Navendu Page & Mohina Macker (Inserted by Bhagyashri Ranade)) 

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Monoon fragrans (Dalzell) B. Xue & R. M. K. Saunders (Images by (Anurag Sharma – identified by Tapas Chakrabarty), (Prashant Awale – validation by Santosh Kumar), Navendu Page & (Prasanna Gogate – identified by Vijayasankar Raman), (Inserted by Bhagyashri Ranade)) 

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Monoon longifolium (Sonn.) B. Xue & R. M. K. Saunders (Images by Gurcharan Singh, NIdhan Singh & Dinesh Valke (Inserted by Bhagyashri Ranade))

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Monoon simiarum (Wall. ex Hook. f. & Thomson) B. Xue & R. M. K. Saunders (Images by (Raju Das – identified by Ritesh Kumar Choudhary), (inserted by Bhagyashri Ranade))

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Orophea zeylanica Hook. f. & Thomson (Images by Navendu Page & P. Santhan (Inserted by J.M.Garg) (For more images, click on the links))

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Polyalthia suberosa (Roxb.) Thwaites (Images by Nadeem Waqif (id by Santhosh Kumar & Navendu page))

Fruits and underside of leaves


 

Rauwenhoffia siamensis Scheff. (Indonesia) ? (Images by Pudji Widodo (Id help by Mahadeswara Swamy) (Inserted by J.M.Garg))

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Sageraea laurina Dalzell (Images by Anita Kindre, Dinesh Valke, Navendu Page & Prashant Awale (Validated by Tapas Chakrabarty) (Inserted by J.M.Garg) (For more images, click on the links)) 

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Uvaria concava Teijsm. & Binnend. (Images by Rashida Atthar (Id by Shrikant Ingalhalikar & Tapas Chakrabarty) (Inserted by J.M.Garg) (For more photos & complete details, click on the links))

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Uvaria hamiltonii Hook. f. & Thomson (Images by Prasad Kumar Dash (Inserted by J.M.Garg) (For more images, click on the links))

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Uvaria narum (Dunal) Blume (Images by Navendu Page (Inserted by J.M.Garg))


Uvaria narum (Dunal) Blume ?  (Images by Raghu Ananth (Id help by Shrikant Ingalhalikar, Prasad Dash, Tapas Chakrabarty & Navendu Page) (Inserted by J.M.Garg) (For more photos & complete details, click on the links))

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Uvaria species ?- Mizoram (Image by M. Sawmliana (Inserted by J.M.Garg))

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A conspectus of Indo-Burmese Annonaceae by I. M. Turner- Nordic Journal of Botany 33: 257–299, 2015
A list of the Annonaceae taxa native to the Indo-Burmese Region is presented. Species are listed with synonyms and types, and the regional distribution is given by country (India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Burma). In total, 195 species from 28 genera are listed. Two new combinations, Monoon nitidum (A. DC.) I. M. Turner and Polyalthia malabarica (Bedd.) I. M. Turner, are included. Polyalthia corticosa (Pierre) Finet & Gagnep. is considered the correct name for P. obliqua in India and Bangladesh. Artabotrys cubittii Chatterjee is reduced to a synonym of A. burmanicus A. DC. Two new records for Burma, Polyalthia bullata King and Uvaria hahnii (Finet & Gagnep.) J. Sinclair, are presented.

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A synopsis of Annonaceae in Indian subcontinent by SR KUNDU (pdf-23 pages)- Thaiszia – J. Bot., Košice, 16: 63-85, 2006. :
Genera as per this:
 Alphonsea
 Annona 
 Bocagea
 Cyathocalyx
 Desmos 
 Fissistigma
 Mezzettia
 Phaeanthus
 Popowia
 Pseuduvaria
 Trivalvaria
 Unona
 Uvaria
 Xylopia

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Annonaceae : 3 posts by 2 authors.

I have updated eFI (efloraofindia) pages on Annonaceae & its genera pages along with incorporating species found in India subcontinent as per A synopsis on distribution and endemism of Magnoliaceae s.l. in Indian Subcontinent by SUBIR RANJAN KUNDU.

Species discussed so far in efloraofindia are given at the bottom of the page in the form of links against Subpages. On clicking them one can see all the details.

Any comments/ corrections are welcome.
Thanks Dr. Kundu for the wonder document.

The document provided by Dr Kundu for Annonaceae is really important. However, another more recent checklist of Annonaceae is also available from BSI-
FLOWERING PLANTS OF INDIA, DICOTYLEDONS, Vol-I (Acanthaceae-Avicenniaceae) authored by S.Karthikeyan, M.Sanjappa and S.Moorthy (2009) which partially differ from the account by Dr Kundu. We may have to see the differences.
Time permitting, I will upload list of species in different genera based on Karthikeyan et al (2009) if it differ significantly from Dr Kundu’s account.


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BSI Flora of India with details & keys (Volume 1- 1993) (Debika Mitra):
Tribe 1. ANNONINEAE
  Annona L. (5)
Tribe 2. MILIUSEAE
  Alphonsea Hook. f. & Thomson (5)                    
  Phaeanthus Hook. f. & Thomson (only species Phaeanthus malabaricus Beddome is a syn. of Polyalthia malabarica (Bedd.) I. M. Turner comb. nov. as per A conspectus of Indo-Burmese Annonaceae by I. M. Turner(2015))                                           
Tribe 3. MITREPHORAE
  Mitrephora Hook. f. & Thomson (5)                     
Tribe 4. UNONEAE
  Cananga (DC.) Hook. f. & Thomson, nom. cons. (1)                    
  Desmos Lour. (Unona auct. non L., Hook. f. & Thomson) (8)
  Friesodielsia van Steenis (Oxymitra (Blume) Hook. f. & Thomson) (2)                     
  Mezzettia Beccari (1)                     
  Polyalthia Blume (14)                                                              
Tribe 5. UVARIEAE
  Cyathostemma Griffith (2)                     
  Uvaria L. (10)
Tribe 6. XYLOPIEAE
  Fissistigma Griffith (8)                     

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FLOWERING PLANTS OF INDIA, DICOTYLEDONS, Vol-I (Acanthaceae-Avicenniaceae) authored by S. Karthikeyan, M. Sanjappa and S. Moorthy and published by BSI, Kolkata in 2009 is an important document for names, authority and distribution of Annonaceae species in India.

As per this document (Karthikeyan et al., 2009) following genera (with number of known species) of Annonaceae occur in India:
1-  Alphonsea (5 species)
2-  Anaxagorea (2 species)
3-  Annona (5 species)
4-  Artabotrys (7 species)
5-  Cananga (1 cultivated species)
6-  Cyathocalyx (2 species)
7-  Cyathostemma (3 species)
8-  Desmos (8 species)
9-  Fissistigma (9 species)
10- Friesodielsia (3 species)
11- Goniothalamus (11 species)
12- Meiogyne (2 species)
13- Mezzettia (1 species)
14- Miliusa (18 species)
15- Mitrephora (5 species)
16- Orophea (12 species)
17- Ohaeanthus (1 species)
18- Polyalthia (18 species)
19- Popowia (3 species)
20- Pseuduvaria (2 species)
21- Sageraea (5 species)
22- Trivalvaria (3 species)
23- Uvaria (13 species)
24- Xylopia (1 species) 
Based on the above the family Annonaceae is represented by 24 (one cultivated) genera and 140 (one cultivated) species in India. New species described after 2009 (Friesodielsia sahyadrica & Miliusa gohkalaei) are also included in this count.
Two genera (Bocagea and Unona) listed in Kundu (2006) are not known by any species in India. Bocagea thwaitesii occur in India but now correctly known as Sageraea thwaitesii.

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Dilleniaceae, Magnoliaceae and Annonaceae Fortnight: March 1 to 14, 2014. : 13 posts by 6 authors.

Our next monthly family Fortnight will include Families Annonaceae, …. The members are requested to please organise their photographs for upload during the Fortnight.
The members uploading the photographs should follow the following subject line for uniformity:
For Identified photographs
Annonaceae, … Fortnight: …………(Family)-…………….(name of plant) from ………………(Place)-…….(serial number with your initials month and e.g. GSMAR-1)
For photographs meant for ID
Annonaceae, … Fortnight: …………(Family)-…………….(unique ID DDMMYY+your initials+post for the day) from ………………(Place)-…….(serial number with your initials month and e.g. GSMAR-1)

Please maintain separate serial number for Fortnight uploads and General posts throughout the month.


Genera already discussed in efloraofindia is given below:

Under Annonaceae:
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A few publications:
A synopsis of Annonaceae in Indian subcontinent by SR KUNDU – I shall be requesting him for assisting us on Annonaceae
by C Murugan – 2004

A new species of Orophea (Annonaceae) from Western Ghats, India … by N. Sasidharan Nordic Journal of Botany (Impact Factor: 0.6). 06/2008; 19(3):301 – 304.


As no response from .., may I request … to pl. assist on annonaceae during this fortnight.


I would be happy to help during the Annonaceae fortnight


I have added updated list of genera (with number of known species) of Annonaceae in India based on Karthikeyan et al. (2009) and references in this thread.


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Updated eFI (efloraofindia) pages on Annonaceae, its genera & species’ pages : 1 post by 1 author.

I have updated eFI (efloraofindia) pages on Annonaceae, its genera & species’ pages in line with A conspectus of Indo-Burmese Annonaceae by I. M. Turner- Nordic Journal of Botany 33: 257–299, 2015

On clicking them one can see all the details.

Any comments/ corrections are welcome.


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Species & genera pages of Annonaceae in efloraofindia are now with images.
It involves inserting images on around 40 species pages (say around 120 images) & 20 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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