Cassiajavanica subsp. nodosa (Roxb.) K.Larsen & S.S.Larsen (Syn. Cassiajavanica var. indochinensis Gagnep.; Cassianodosa Roxb.);
1a. Ovary glabrous, leaflets oblong, densely velvety, tip mucronate; leafy bracts at base of each flower; stipules large leafy…..Cassia renigera
1b. Ovary hairy………(2)
2a. Stipules 5 mm long, linear, not leafy, leaflets acute, glabrous beneath; petals pink, fading to yellow-pink or white……Cassia nodosa
2b. Stipules 12-15 mm long, leafy, lealets usually obtuse, silky beneath; petals pink, turning dark red, fading to white…..Cassia javanica
Cassia nodusa : 3 posts by 2 authors.
this plant was planted in-front of forest rest house Thekeddii. I think it is Cassia nodusa, please confirm id
It does look like it. Though do some people call it cassia nodosa? copying a link. http://toptropicals.com/catalog/uid/Cassia_nodosa.htm
I have two shades of it. one is light pink and the other is dark pink. The dark pink looks very beautiful when the tree is in blossom. Both
of them when in blossom gives the impression of one huge pink garland. The tragedy with the dark pink is that it hardly produces any seeds
where as the light pink produces plenty of them. I wonder if any one has an answer.
Is it Cassia grandis?
Flowering : April,2014
Habitat: Hill slope (High elevation)
Location: Kaptai forest, Hill Tract, Bangladesh
I received the attached mail (below) and the plant seems to me is Cassia nodosa Ham. The reply mail has already been sent to …
efi page on Cassia javanica subsp. nodosa(syn: Cassia nodosa Roxb.)
Yes. For me also it is Cassia javanica ssp. nodosa (syn: Cassia nodosa Roxb.).
Important identification character: There are ten yellow stamens, the longest three having a round swelling in the middle.
Cassia javanica subsp. nodosa: 1 image.
I would greatly appreciate it you could help me to identify the tree in the attached photo.. I have seen it flowering in a few areas in dehradun although it doesn’t seem to be common or native to this city…
from this distance it can be just guessed as
I think it should be Cassia javanica subsp. nodosa(Roxb.) K.Larsen & S.S.Larsen as per keys & images herein.
SK559 12 JUN-2017:ID : 6 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (5)
Location: Panitanki, Naxalbari, India
Date: 26 May 2017
Altitude: 450 ft.
Pl. Check comparative images at Cassia page in efi site.
Yes, I think so.
I think closer to Cassia javanica subsp. nodosa(Roxb.) K.Larsen & S.S.Larsen as per comparative images at Cassia
Thank you … Roxb. (synonym)
I think your tree is Cassia javanica ssp. agnes, whose accepted name isCassiaagnes (de Wit) Brenan
See the difference between the two subspecies of Cassia javanica here:
In Cassia javanica ssp. agnes, flowers are borne in panicles at the end of leafy bracnhes. This feature is clearly visible in your pictures.
In Cassia javanica ssp. nodosa, flowers are borne in racemes on short side branches. You can see that here:
But to me the first image gives the impression that it is Cassia javanica subsp. nodosa(Roxb.) K.Larsen & S.S.Larsen & not Cassia javanica ssp. agnes
Mumbai, MH :: Requesting ID of this plant :: ARK2021-033: 2 high resolution images.
Requesting to please ID this plant captured in a private garden in Mumbai in June 2013.
There were no flowers seen.
Is it some Caesalpinia?
Could be some Phyllanthus ?
Please post the habit picture.
Unfortunately, I have no other pics.
Perhaps Phyllanthus buxifolius, as earlier posted by …
This is not phyllanthus because in phyllanthus leaflets alternately arranged but here we have to see only opposite
For me it is close to Cassia roxburghii not sure
Seems you’re …
It appears to be cassia, but leaflets are different from those of Cassia roxburghii
Leaflets are close to those of Cassia javanica subsp. nodosa