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KAP-ar-iss — Greek: kápparis, originating in the Near or Middle East … Dave’s Botanary
dee-SID-yoo-uh — Latin: de (down); cadere (to fall); deciduous … Dave’s Botanary

commonly known as: bare caper, caper berry, leafless caper-bushArabic: قبار نفضيBengali: করেল karilGujarati: કેરડો kerdoHindi: कैर kair, कैरिया kairiya, करीर karir, करील karil, करीं kareen, पीचू pichu, टींट teent, टेंटी tentiKannada: ಚಿಪ್ಪುರಿ chippuri, ಕರೀರ karir, ಕರೀ ಉಪ್ಪಿ ಗಿಡ kari uppi gida, ನಿಸ್ಪಟ್ಗೇ ಗಿಡ nispatge gidaKonkani: किरळ kiralMalayalam: കരിമുള്ളി karimulli, കരീരം kariram, തൂതവളം tudavalamMarathi: करील karil, करीर karir, किरळ kiral, नेपती nepatiOdia: କରିର karir, କ୍ରକର krakaraPersian: کلیر kelarPunjabi: ਕਰੀਂਹ karinha, ਕਰੀਰ karirRajasthani: कैर kair, टेंट taintSanskrit: दीर्घपत्त्रक dirghapattraka, ग्रन्थिक granthika, ग्रन्थिल granthila, गूढपत्त्र gudhapattra, करीर karira, क्रकर krakara, कुरर kurara, मरुभूरुह marubhuruha, निष्पत्त्रिका nishpattrika, ताम्रपत्त्रक tamrapattraka, तीक्ष्णकण्टक tikshnakantaka, वेणुकर्कर venukarkaraSindhi: ڪرڙ kirrirrTamil: சிரக்கோழி cira-k-koli, குழலாதொண்டை kulal-atontai, கெந்திகம் kentikam, மருபூருகம் maru-purukam, செங்கம் senkamTelugu: ఏనుగుదంత enugadanta, కరీరము kariramu, ముముదాటు mumudatuTibetan: ཀ་རི་ར ka ri raUrdu: کرير karir, پيچو pichu

 
In a very interesting paper on this plant, Dheeraj Singh & Ranjit Singh have indicated that being an excellent “climate change indicator” in the dry parts of Western India, “Kair will be fully laden with flowers and fruits if there are drought and high temperatures, whereas in the case of a good monsoon, it bears only average flowers and fruits … It seems paradoxical that plants should produce flowers and fruits during the driest period when there is maximum water stress. But a close inspection will reveal that this is an important adaptation for continuity of the populations. By producing flowers about 1-2 months before the rainy season the species ensures that the seeds are already in the ground when the rainy season begins. The plant can afford this behaviour because of its ability to draw moisture from deeper soil layers.”  
 
Fruits used in preparing Pickle
 
Flora of Eastern Ghats: Hill Ranges of South East India, Volume 1 By T. Pullaiah, D. Muralidhara Rao, K. Sri Ramamurthy (2002- Description & Keys- Capparis grandis, Capparis nilgiriensis, Capparis decidua, Capparis sepiaria, Capparis olacifolia, Capparis divaricata, Capparis brevispina, Capparis zeylanica, Capparis floribunda (syn. of Capparis tomentosa Lam.) & Capparis roxburghii)

 
at Sheoganj Rajasthan on 22/07/08; Gharound Karnal Haryana- 060610; Jaisalmer, Rajasthan; Trees of Delhi- Flowers irregular, in two distinct peaks- one between April & June, and again from Aug. to Oct. As per link- Red conspicuous flowers
appear in March to April and August-September
 
Indiantreepix Database – indiantreepix | Google Groups Kerro or Ker / Capparis decidua – indiantreepix | Google Groups C. decidua from Gharound Karnal Haryana-060610-1 – efloraofindia | Google Groups Capparis decidua from Jaisalmer, Rajasthan – efloraofindia | Google Groups


 

Friut and Vegetable Week- Capparis decidua from Panipat: Capparis decidua From Panipat Refinery Area


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Request Identification: I am very happy to find this group on net. My main objective to learn more than to tell something new. I have been trying to identify this shrub for a long while. It used to be in abundance near my native place at Manegaon, Dist: Buldhana, Maharashtra. I have not seen this plant somewhere else. 

This plant does not have leaves. It is all sticks. The photos are taken in flowering season, May 2011. The fruits are berry-like and contain many seeds. I’ve heard people make pickle of the fruits, but never seen someone actually making it (local people don’t make pickle). Fruits turn pinkish after ripening. The taste somewhat “tikha” plus sweet. Can someone identify this? Is any additional information needed?


The plant looks like Capparis decidua http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capparis_decidua


This is Capparis decidua/Capparis aphylla.
As the name suggests you will not find leaves.
Local Marathi name : Nepti


This is Capparis aphylla as identified by … local name Punjab, Haryana: Karir


I am quite relieved to know this is a common plant and found over a vast habitat from Africa to Rajasthan. The area where I took these pictures would be under dam water forever in a few years.


 

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Capparis decidua:

Local name ker
Botanical name Capparis decidua

Photo taken at

Virat nagar,Jaipur,Rajasthan



 

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Capparis decidua: Fruit of Capparis decidua
Common name : karel, Kera
At Lakhpat fort,Gujrat
12/12/2011


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Capparis decidua from Kachchh:

Sharing some pictures of a Kair tree [Capparis decidua] from East Kachchh. Usually, it is very common as a spiny bush in the dry region of Vagad, East Kachchh.
Had clicked these pictures on the 3rd of August, 2012 while wayfaring through Suvai, East Kachchh. The rains have eluded Kachchh this year but Kair was flowering and fruiting with impelling vigour, I suppose this can be attributed to the amazing survival strategies of this xerophyte in the extreme conditions of an arid biotope.
In a very interesting paper on this plant, Dheeraj Singh & Ranjit Singh have indicated that being an excellent “climate change indicator” in the dry parts of Western India, “Kair will be fully laden with flowers and fruits if there are drought and high temperatures, whereas in the case of a good monsoon, it bears only average flowers and fruits … It seems paradoxical that plants should produce flowers and fruits during the driest period when there is maximum water stress. But a close inspection will reveal that this is an important adaptation for continuity of the populations. By producing flowers about 1-2 months before the rainy season the species ensures that the seeds are already in the ground when the rainy season begins. The plant can afford this behaviour because of its ability to draw moisture from deeper soil layers.”
Have also attached the PDF file of this paper for those interested.


Wonderful pictures , write up and the pdf too.
I have eaten Kerda achhar as an young child on visits to my grandma . But had never seen the flowers, everytime a capparis has been submitted here I have yearned to see the Kerda nu jaad.

Thank you, … It is a wonderful pickle indeed.

 

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Capparis desidua : 22102012 : RV: I would like to share this picture of Capparis desidua taken in Tal Chappar Wildlife Sanctuary in Churu dist of Rajasthan which is famous for Black Bucks found in large number there.

This particular big shrub of Capparis desidua was profusely flowering on the periphery of the Sanctuary and many Black Bucks were eating something from this shrub……unfortunately I did not get the clear picture as it was far away. Since the leaves are very tiny and fall off very soon, they may be eating the flowers….I am not sure.


Nice photographs ! It is called Capparis decidua [not desidua]. Some of my photographs are available at this link 


 

 

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Capparis decidua from Kachchh:  Sharing some pictures of a Kair tree [Capparis decidua] from East Kachchh. Usually, it is very common as a spiny bush in the dry region of Vagad, East Kachchh.  
Had clicked these pictures on the 3rd of August, 2012 while wayfaring through Suvai, East Kachchh. The rains have eluded Kachchh this year but Kair was flowering and fruiting with impelling vigour, I suppose this can be attributed to the amazing survival strategies of this xerophyte in the extreme conditions of an arid biotope.
In a very interesting paper on this plant, Dheeraj Singh & Ranjit Singh have indicated that being an excellent “climate change indicator” in the dry parts of Western India, “Kair will be fully laden with flowers and fruits if there are drought and high temperatures, whereas in the case of a good monsoon, it bears only average flowers and fruits … It seems paradoxical that plants should produce flowers and fruits during the driest period when there is maximum water stress. But a close inspection will reveal that this is an important adaptation for continuity of the populations. By producing flowers about 1-2 months before the rainy season the species ensures that the seeds are already in the ground when the rainy season begins. The plant can afford this behaviour because of its ability to draw moisture from deeper soil layers.”
Have also attached the PDF file of this paper for those interested.


Wonderful pictures , write up and the pdf too.
I have eaten Kerda achhar as an young child on visits to my grandma. But had never seen the flowers, everytime a capparis has been submitted here I have yearned to see the Kerda nu jaad.


Thank you, … It is a wonderful pickle indeed.


 

 

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Shrub for ID : SPC-025 : 28-11-2012 : Baroda:  Please help to identify this spiny plant forming a dense bush / thicket in a dry area near Baroda. Flowers not seen.


This is Capparis decidua. Had posted some pictures from Kachchh a few months back. Here’s the link


this is capparis decidua flrs are red, fruits are pickeld in maharashtra


 

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Flowers from Gujarat: only flowers from gujarat
Attachments:
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Cucumis melo L. var. melo_4 (2).jpg
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Photographs are really beautiful. 


 

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Capparis decidua from Refinery Road Area Panipat
Fruits used in preparing Pickle
Shot Today (1.9.13)


This one was shot today morning from Panipat..
Capparis decidua (Forssk.) Edgew., Journ. Linn. Soc. Capparis aphylla Roth, Nov. Pl. Sp.
A leafless, spinous shrub with red or scarlet flowers, fruit a berry, much relished as a pickle, dark red when ripe.

 

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Capparaceae -Cleomaceae fortnight 02092013 :  Attachments (1). 2 posts by 2 authors.
sending images of …, …, & Capparis from Nandgaon  
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Capparis decidua, seen on the Nasik-Shirdi road, on 4/11/2009.


Very beautiful flower laden pics..


 

 

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Capparis decidua syn. Capparis aphyla 


 

 

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Sending photos of Capparis decidua tree.
Place : Jaisalmer, Rajasthan
Date : 20.12.2010


Unique photograph …, birds are enjoying.. in deserts this is much relief to them..


 

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Capparis decidua : 2 posts by 2 authors.
Capparis decidua
At Lothal, Gujrat
22March,2014


very beautiful capture. thanks for sharing


Yes, really beautiful pics of C.decidua..


 

ID request 121015SG : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)
Requesting ID of this leafless. throny Roadside bush, Photo taken on 26July15 at Bijapur, Karnataka. 


Capparis decidua (Forssk.) Edgew.


C.decidua family- Capparaceae


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Capparis decidua: 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (8)

Sharing few pics of plant habitat and fruits of Capparis decidua.
This is locally known as Kair.
Location: Near Jaisalmer, Rajasthan

Wonderful presentation again.


 

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Flower for Id – ID11032018SH1 : 5 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (2)
Flower for id pl.
Location -Velavadar ( Gujarat)
Date – Oct. 2012

Capparis decidua (Forssk.) Edgew. syn Capparis aphylla Roth  

It is Capparis decidua, very common in Rajasthan, 


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Capparis decidua.
Clicked these near Jaisalmer, RJ in March 2018.

 

 

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Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park  Jodhpur

Date: October 24, 2018 … Altitude: about 300 m (980 feet) asl
Capparis decidua  (Forssk.) Edgew.  

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Capparis decidua :: Jodhpur :: 24 OCT 18 : 6 posts by 5 authors. 5 images.
Jodhpur  

Date: October 24, 2018 … Altitude: about 230 m (750 feet) asl
Capparis decidua  (Forssk.) Edgew.  

striking red in mass of grey green

Nice, I had seen this tree only in fruiting stage, yet to see this in flowering.. Thanks … for sharing…

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Capparis decidua :: Jaisalmer :: 25 OCT 18 : 2 posts by 2 authors. 5 images.
Jaisalmer  … the golden city

Date: October 25, 2018 … Altitude: about 225 m (740 feet) asl
Capparis decidua  (Forssk.) Edgew.  

 

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Sam sand dunes  … the Thar desert, Jaisalmer

Date: October 26, 2018 … Altitude: about 225 m (740 feet) asl
Capparis decidua  (Forssk.) Edgew.  

 

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via Species‎ > ‎C‎ > Capparis decidua (Forssk.) Edgew. … family: Capparaceae
Flowers of India Discussions at efloraofindia more views in flickr more views on Google Earth
KAP-ar-iss — Greek: kápparis, originating in the Near or Middle EastDave’s Botanary
dee-SID-yoo-uh — Latin: de (down); cadere (to fall); deciduousDave’s Botanary
commonly known as: bare caper, caper berry, leafless caper-bushArabic: قبار نفضيBengali: করেল karilGujarati: કેરડો kerdoHindi: कैर kair, कैरिया kairiya, करीर karir, करील karil, करीं kareen, पीचू pichu, टींट teent, टेंटी tentiKannada: ಚಿಪ್ಪುರಿ chippuri, ಕರೀರ karir, ಕರೀ ಉಪ್ಪಿ ಗಿಡ kari uppi gida, ನಿಸ್ಪಟ್ಗೇ ಗಿಡ nispatge gidaKonkani: किरळ kiralMalayalam: കരിമുള്ളി karimulli, കരീരം kariram, തൂതവളം tudavalamMarathi: करील karil, करीर karir, किरळ kiral, नेपती nepatiOdia: କରିର karir, କ୍ରକର krakaraPersian: کلیر kelarPunjabi: ਕਰੀਂਹ karinha, ਕਰੀਰ karirRajasthani: कैर kair, टेंट taintSanskrit: दीर्घपत्त्रक dirghapattraka, ग्रन्थिक granthika, ग्रन्थिल granthila, गूढपत्त्र gudhapattra, करीर karira, क्रकर krakara, कुरर kurara, मरुभूरुह marubhuruha, निष्पत्त्रिका nishpattrika, ताम्रपत्त्रक tamrapattraka, तीक्ष्णकण्टक tikshnakantaka, वेणुकर्कर venukarkaraSindhi: ڪرڙ kirrirrTamil: சிரக்கோழி cira-k-koli, குழலாதொண்டை kulal-atontai, கெந்திகம் kentikam, மருபூருகம் maru-purukam, செங்கம் senkamTelugu: ఏనుగుదంత enugadanta, కరీరము kariramu, ముముదాటు mumudatuTibetan: ཀ་རི་ར ka ri raUrdu: کرير karir, پيچو pichu
botanical names: Capparis decidua (Forssk.) Edgew. … synonyms: Capparis aphylla Roth • Capparis decidua Pax • Capparis sodada R.Br. • Sodada decidua Forssk. … status at The Plants List (2013). Version 1.1. 
October 24, 2018 … Jodhpur


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