Capparis divaricata Lam., Encycl. 1: 606 1785. (syn: Capparis horrida Banks ex Wight & Arn.; Capparis stylosa DC.);
Spreading Caper • Marathi: पाचुंदा Pachunda • Sanskrit: Pakhoda, Pakhauda • Tamil: Turatti • Telugu: Budareni;
Capparis divaricata: Came across this throny shrub at the outskirts of Pune (Kondwa).
Bot. name: Capparis divaricata
– Oh what a beauty.
A new location found I was not knowing that. One of the trees of this species is present in the Morgaon Ganapati complex near Baramati.
Capparaceae for identification 200412MK03: Please help me to identify this capparaceae member. Could this be any Capparis sp.?
Adding more pictures of the same plant in different location.
Location: Bommiampatty RF; Salem dist., TN
Altitude: 460 M ASL
Date: 14 Apr 2012
Capparis divaricata, I think.
Are these flowers of Capparis divaricata? The leaf morphology is similar to that of C.divaricata.
Thank you very much … sir; but I imagine the leaves are more linear in C.divaricata. The flowers were taken the previous day (13 Apr 2012) but in a different location of 300 metres away. Time of photography: 02:45 PM
I agree with … All the images belong to Capparis divaricata. Since it is highly variable species and the leaf shape varies from linear, lanceolate, elliptic-lanceolate (for more details kindly refer Jacob’s revision on Capparis )
Date/Time- 2ndSept 2012
Location-Mayureshwar Sanctuary, Supa, (District. Pune)
Habitat- Wild, dry deciduous scrub forest.
Plant Habit- Shrub
Leaves Type/ Shape/ Size- Simple, alternate, with two stipular spines.
Inflorescence Type/ Size- Not seen
Flowers Size/ Colour/ Calyx/ Bracts- —
Fruits Type/ Shape/ Size Seeds-
Other Information like Fragrance, Pollinator, Uses etc.- Birds like to eat the fruit as told by our guide.
It is Capparis species, probably C. divaricata (?).
Yes this is Capparis divaricata.
I have not seen the fruits of this but the leaves and overall habitat indicates it to be Capparis divaricata as suggested earlier.
Plant for ID : Capparaceae SMP1::24Jul2013 : Attachments (5). 4 posts by 3 authors.
Recently spotted this plant with bright red fruits of the size of small guava or big lemon.
I think this is Capparis divaricata.
Yes it is Capparis divaricata , attached herewith the photo of the flower of it.
Capparaceae and Cleomaceae Fortnight:: Capparis divaricata Satara and Talegaon Maharashtra. SMP 5 : 4 images. 3 posts by 3 authors.
Again Lovely catches showing many features of the species
Capparis divaricata with a red gynophore : Attachments (1). 6 posts by 5 authors.
I wish to share Capparis divaricata Lam. with an unusual red gynophore.
Very beautiful … gynophore as well as size of pistil is unique..
Nice picture, …!
I think the change in color indicates that the flower is pollinated.
In case of Capparis zeylanica the white/creamy flowers turn (entirely) to pink or purple, as we commonly see.
Thank you for the comments,
Thanks … for your opinion.
I rechecked my pictures of the same species and found that some are with red and some with yellow gynophore. Interesting findings!
Capparaceae and Cleomaceae Fortnight: Capparis divaricata from Pune :::: PKA10:: : Attachments (2). 4 posts by 4 authors.
Came across this throny shrub at the outskirts of Pune (Kondwa).
Bot. name: Capparis divaricata
Excellent shots … Today you have shown many new plants to us.
Capparaceae and Cleomaceae fortnight: ? Capparis sp from Madurai 050913 TBN 3 : Attachments (3). 9 posts by 5 authors.
Please identify this Capparis sp details of which are as follows:
Date : 16.06.13
Location :Keelakuyilkudi, Madurai
Altitude :less than 500 ft
Habit :small tree
Height :10 ft
Fruits :not seen
I have revisited the tree. Yet to find the fruits.
Very good find. Never seen such Capparis. Eager to know the ID.
Initially I thought it to be Maerua as per the Key saying: Climbing or straggling shrubs:
Next line says
Here Sepals appear to be in one whorl but stamens are more than 20 so likely to be Capparis only.
Let us wait for further comments.
Capparis species so far in efi with keys
It looks like Capparis grandis L.f. to me
Thanks for the suggestion that it could be Capparis grandis.
Thanks for the id.
TSP-DEC2015-39-212: Images of Capparis divaricata (Capparaceae) : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (6)
It is my pleasure to share few images of Capparis divaricata (Capparaceae)
Habit: Large shrub
Habitat: Scrub foerest
Sighting: Tumkur, Karnataka, about 800 msl
Date: 16-07-2014, 29-08-2014, 02-02-2015 and 03-02-2015
ID request 070517SG : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (6)
Requesting ID of this tree, 15-20ft height. Photo taken on 07May 17 at Solapur, Maharashtra.
Capparis divaricata !!
Marathi Name: पाचुंदा
Pollinators of Capparis divaricata : 3 posts by 2 authors.
Who pollinate flowers of Capparis divaricata.
Swamy/New series/ID/3 -Capparis divaricata: 5 images.
Please ID the plant: Confirm/ suggest a new ID .
Photographed during February 2021 in a Farmland in Chennai.
Your ID does not match with my photos.
Yes you are right