commonly known as: crested fever nut • Bengali: নাটাকরঞ্জ natakaranja • Gujarati: ¿ કચકા ? kachka • Hindi: कटकरंज katkaranja • Kannadಗ kiri-gejjuga • Konkani: वाकेरी vakeri • Malayalam: കഴഞ്ച് kazhanchi • Marathi: ¿ कांचकी ? kanchaki, सागर लता sagar lata • Oriya: gilo, nentei • Sanskrit: कण्टकि करञ्जा kantaki karanja, कुबेरक्षी kuberakshi, लता करञ्ज lata karanja, विटप करञ्ज vitapa karanja • Tamil: முட்கொன்றை mut-konrai • Telugu: ముల్లుతీగె mullutige

Native of: e Asia, India, Sri Lanka, Indo-China, Malesia, n Australia, Pacific  

 

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TSPNOV2015-43: Images of Caesalpinia decapetala (Fabaceae) : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (6)

It is my pleasure to share few images of Caesalpinia decapetala (Fabaceae) 
Habit: Large armed shrub
Habitat: Wild, Dry deciduous forest..
Sighting: Chikmagalur, Karnataka, about 1000 msl. 
Date: 29-08-2014, 09-11-2014 and 29-01-2015 


very nice. i would love to see a complete length of a leaf twig (?)


Look at the pollen grains collected. The pollen basket is full. I liked the angle showing fruits arrangement. Radial.


 

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Thorny straggler for ID 030511MK03:   Kindly help to identify this straggler which is similar to Caesalpinia bonduc but differs in having pubescent body. 

Date/Time- 10-04-2011 / 10:30 AM
Location- Place, Altitude, GPca.1800m ASL; Kothagiri, TN
Habitat- Garden/ Urban/ Wild/ Type- wild in forest fringes
Plant Habit-straggler
Height/Length- 2 m long
Leaves Type/ Shape/ Size- compound; 30 x 20 cm; each 2 x 0.4cm


This could be Caesalpinia decapetala.
C. bonduc can also be characterized by its pinnately lobed stipules, and of course by the prickly fruits.


could be “C. bonducella


चील्लार


For me this looks like Mysore Thorn : Caesalpinia decapetala  ;  Kannada: Gajalige,  Kurudu gejjuga ?


 

 

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Fabaceae-Caesalpinioideae (Caesalpiniaceae) Week: Caesalpinia decapetala Pune: Caesalpinia decapetala
This thorny shrub is often used for hedges in villages.

ses-al-PIN-ee-uh — named for Andreas Caesalpini, Italian botanist
dek-uh-PET-uh-luh — having ten petals
Dec 21, 2008 … along Kumbharli Ghat road to Karad, Maharashtra
commonly known as: crested fever nut • Bengali: নাটাকরঞ্জ natakaranja • Gujarati: ¿ કચકા ? kachka • Hindi: कटकरंज katkaranja • Kannada: ಕಿರಿಗೆಜ್ಜುಗ kiri-gejjuga • Konkani: वाकेरी vakeri • Malayalam: കഴഞ്ച് kazhanchi • Marathi: ¿ कांचकी ? kanchaki, सागर लता sagar lata • Oriya: gilo, nentei • Sanskrit: कण्टकि करञ्जा kantaki karanja, कुबेरक्षी kuberakshi, लता करञ्ज lata karanja, विटप करञ्ज vitapa karanja • Tamil: முட்கொன்றை mut-konrai • Telugu: ముల్లుతీగె mullutige
Native of: e Asia, India, Sri Lanka, Indo-China, Malesia, n Australia, Pacific
more views: Dec 21, 2008 … along Kumbharli Ghat road to Karad, Maharashtra 

Very nice pictures. Flowers with double set of 5 petals indeed.

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Tree For ID : Yellow Flowers : Uttarakhand : 280513 : AK-3 :  Attachments (2).  3 posts by 2 authors.

A tree with yellow flowers seen in the Bhimtal area on a mountain slope on 23/3/13.

It was not possible to go nearer to take proper close ups. 


It is not a tree, rather a scrambling shrub has reached over the branches of support tree. Looking from a distance it may appear as interpreted here.
It is Caesalpinia decapetala (Roth) Alston, (=Caesalpinia sapiaria Roxb.).


 

Tree for ID (v) : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3).  

Frlht Bangalore
2nd May

Caesalpinia decapetala (Roth) Alston, a thorny scrambling shrub.



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Fabaceae-Caesalpinioideae (Caesalpiniaceae) :: Caesalpinia decapetala near Chakan:  Bot. name: Caesalpinia decapetala
Family: Caesalpiniaceae
Date/Time: 05-11-2011 / 05:45PM
Location: Chakan
Habitat: Wild.


Wao………… a very unique shot … I hope this is evening time.


Yes … U R right, its evening time…


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VOF Week: Caesalpinia decapetala? from Gobind Ghat: This thorny shrub was shot from near Gobind Ghat during back trek from Ghanghariya….please validate if this is Caesalpinia decapetala….


Good photographs 


may be u r right but this plant reported only upto height of 1600 mts as per flora of chamoli


 

VoF week: Caesalpinia decapetala from Govindghat:    

Caesalpinia decapetala from Govindghat
pls vlidate


I think ID is right. 

 

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id : 8 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (1)
pls id this plant


Sir it is collected from ahmednagar Dist, akole taluka it is thrown shrub….


It looks like a species of Senna Syn. Cassia; it is interesting in having prickles; the stamens is not clear, which is an important character.


Caesalpinia sp


its Caesalpinia decapetala


I think, … is right. It’s Caesalpinia decapetala


Yes Caesalpinia decapetala



 

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mm1 26022917, bush with yellow flowers Mount Abu : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (6)
This bush was flowering profusely around Mount Abu, Rajasthan

in the last week of December 2016
would be greatful for an id


Caesalpinia decapetala  


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04082017BHAR1 : 8 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2)
Found in Vandalur forest.
Shrub.

A Caesalpinia sp.


Pl. Check comparative images at efi site of this genera.  


Matches with Caesalpinia decapetala  


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Caesalpinia sp SN 220218 : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (3)
Wild Caesalpinia shrub frequently available near streams in the Naurojabad area of MP

Pl. check 


It is Caesalpinia decapetala

 

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I’d please  : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1)
I’d please

Location: Titwala forest, Thane District, MH
Date: 13/12/2018

May be Caesalpinia decapetala…!! 



on the outskirts of Pune city (Maharashtra) Near Khed Shivapur- Jan.’09?; At Nashik, Maharashtra-11 Dec, 2009; 17th of April, 2010: on way to Anjaneri, near Nasik;  Request for ID : 210710-AK-3 – efloraofindia | Google Groups caesalpinia decapetala – efloraofindia | Google Groups Caesalpinia decapetala – indiantreepix | Google Groups

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M.P.02 : 6 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (6)
Need id for Caesalpiniaceae
From Panchmrhi, M.P.

12 December 19


Could be Caesapenia decapetala 


Could be Caesalpenia decapetala


Yes, … is right. 

There used to be a stretch of road in Surat, about one km, on side of it this species was growing. Now for 3 yrs not seen a single plant. All gone in name of development. This was the only spot in about 70 kms. 


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