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commonly known as: hill glory bower, Saraswaty’s leaf, sticky glorybower • Bengali: ভাংট bhant, ঘৈংটু ghentu • Hindi: भांट bhant • Kannada: ఇబ్బనె ibbane • Lepcha: kumboul kung • Malayalam: പെരുക് peruku, വട്ടപ്പരുവലം vattaparuvalam • Manipuri: kuthap manbi • Marathi: भंडीरा bhandira • Sanskrit: भण्डिका bhandika, भंडीरा bhandira, भान्टक bhantaka • Tamil: perugilai, vattakanni • Telugu: kattiyaku, saraswati-yaku ;

kler-oh-DEN-drum — chance (or luck) tree
vis-KOH-sum — sticky

Native to: tropical Asia

A densely hairy shrub with opposite thick ovate leaves and sweet scented white flowers with pink centre arranged in branched clusters; stamens much exserted; calyx enlarged and turning red and surrounding black fruit.
Medicinal herb and very beneficial to cure fresh wounds.

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FOR ID: THIS IS OLD PHOTO IN NOVEMBER


Clerodendrum viscosum.. Family: Verbenaceae…its a black fruits within persistant calyx in pic :):)


 

 

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Clerodendron viscosum from CKBS . Kolkata: got this flowering wild shrub Clerodendron viscosum today while
birding in Chintamani Kar Bird sanctuary (CKBS) near Kolkata. they were in full bloom…
Habit :  Large shrubs or small trees ca. 4 m tall.
Branchlets :  Branchlets quadrangular, fulvous tomentose.
Leaves :  Leaves simple, opposite, decussate; petiole 2.5-8 cm long , terete, fulvous tomentose; lamina 7-17 (-23) x 7.5- 15 cm, broad elliptic-ovate or suborbicular, apex acuminate, base cordate, margin entire or dentate, subcoriaceous, fulvous tomentose; midrib raised with tomentose above; 5-7-nerved at base; secondary_nerves ca. 2-3 pairs; tertiary_nerves distantly and horizontally percurrent.
Flowers :  Inflorescence terminal panicle, up to 18 cm long, fulvous
pubescent; flowers zygomorphic, white.
Fruit& seed :  Drupe, black, nearly globose seated on enlarged pinkish accrescent calyx.
Ref. Biotik

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ID requested of wild flower: Photo taken in Asansol, West Bengal on 08/05/2011. The flowering plants are in large numbers in open area which has recently bloomed & looks really nice. Requested to please help with the ID.


… species of Ochna.  … these are fruits, a mistake me too had done at first sight.


.., its Clerodendrum viscosum fruits, just missed the off stump. Ochna has red spathulate calyx lobes with 3-6 black drupes.


… knowing those are fruits is a saving grace !!!
… clean bowled !!! … incidentally, … had corrected me for this very species earlier.

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Photographed young plant from Hamdard Univ. Herbal Garden. I hope it was correctly labelled.


… yes .., would believe this to be Clerodendrum viscosum


Id requested of the plant: I was corrected that this is not a flower it is actually a fruit. Requested to please identify the species. Photo was taken on 08/05/11 near Asansol, West Bengal.


This are fruits of Clerodendrum viscosum


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ID (DSCF3805): Picture taken in Dudhwa National Park (U.P.), 22/03/2008.


This looks like Clerodendrum viscosum of family Verbenaceae. Attached photograph taken at Bassein (Vasai) Fort in March 2011.


Clerodendrum viscosum Vent.
common in waste land
Called as Kodi in Konkani
Erect shrub, Leaves pubescens, flowers white


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kler-oh-DEN-drum — chance (or luck) tree
vis-KOH-sum — sticky
Mar 8, 2008 along Ghodbunder Road
commonly known as: hill glory bower, Saraswaty’s leaf, sticky glorybower •  *Bengali*: ভাংট bhant, ঘৈংটু ghentu • *Hindi*: भांट bhant • *Kannada*: ఇబ్బనె ibbane • *Lepcha*: kumboul kung • *Malayalam*: പെരുക് peruku, വട്ടപ്പരുവലം vattaparuvalam • *Manipuri*: kuthap manbi • *Marathi*: भंडीरा bhandira • *Nepalese*: राजबेली rajbeli • *Sanskrit*: भण्डिका bhandika, भंडीरा bhandira, भान्टक bhantaka • *Tamil*: perugilai, vattakanni • *Telugu*: kattiyaku, saraswati-yaku
Native to: tropical Asia
   – [image: Ibbane (Kannada: ఇబ్బనె)]<http://www.flickr.com/photos/dinesh_valke/3381943485/>
… Mar 22, 2009 at Nagla Block of Sanjay Gandhi National Park
– [image: Bhandira (Marathi: भंडीरा)]<http://www.flickr.com/photos/dinesh_valke/3381935565/>
… Mar 22, 2009 at Nagla Block of Sanjay Gandhi National Park
– [image: Rajbeli (Nepali: राजबेली)]<http://www.flickr.com/photos/dinesh_valke/3167242240/>
… Jan 3, 2009 at Bassein Fort
– [image: Bhant (Hindi: भांट)]<http://www.flickr.com/photos/dinesh_valke/2319011288/>
… Mar 8, 2008 along Ghodbunder Road
– [image: Bhandika (Sanskrit: भण्डिका)]<http://www.flickr.com/photos/dinesh_valke/470422138/>
… Apr 21, 2007 at Bassein Fort

Now in family Lamiaceae

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Lamiaceae & Verbenaceae Week:Clerodendrum viscosum from Haldipura: Clerodendrum viscosum Verbenaceae
Haldipura, Uttara kanada

10-Oct-2010

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Lamiaceae & Verbenaceae Week: Clerodendrum viscosum flower from Haldipura:  Clerodendrum viscosum flower
Verbenaceae
Clerodendrum infortunatum,
Haldipura

 


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Matheran- 010911IM 1: Id needed…Photo taken at Matheran in the month of august 2011.


I believe this could be Clerodendrum viscosum from Verbenaceae.


I too believe it “Clerodendrum viscosum


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Hill Clerodendrum flowering: Photographed at my farm over the last few weekends [between Aug. to Sept.].


 

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Hill Clerodendrum fruiting:  Photographed at my farm at Shahapur last weekend. My photographs of it flowering are available at this link :
https://groups.google.com/group/indiantreepix/browse_thread/thread/68…
The enlarged calyx in one has been peeled off to expose a green drupe which will later on turn black [not Black Black, just Black !]


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Flower ID Request 20120311: I grabbed this pic of a flower at Vasai Fort near Mumbai. The Plant was growing to a height of about six feet and near the sea shore. Please let me know what it could be.

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SYMBIOSIS :152: Sending an image of a Common Rose Butterfly on flowers of Clerodendrum infortunatum.

 

 


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Clerodendron infortunatum from near Kathgodam, Uttaranchal Pradesh:   Clerodendrum infortunatum L., Sp. Pl., 635, 1753

Syn: Clerodendrum viscosum Vent. Nom. Superfl.; Volkameria infortunata Roxb.
Common Names: Hill Glory bower
Hindi: Bhant
Sans: Barhichuda, bhantaka
Mar: Bhandira
Tam: Karukanni
The plant has been named as C. viscosum Vent., in recent years, a name which is illegitimate being a Nomen superfluum.
A densely hairy shrub with opposite thick ovate leaves and sweet scented white flowers with pink centre arranged in branched clusters; stamens much exserted; calyx enlarged and turning red and surrounding black fruit.
Photographed from near Kathgodam in Uttaranchal Pradesh.

 


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is it Clerodendron or Clerodendrum ? from Hooghly:

Which one is the correct name Clerodendron infortunatum or Clerodendrum infortunatum?
Species : UNKNOWN
Habit & Habitat : wild herb, usually under 4ft but can attain 6 ft., roadside, wasteplace
Date : 14-03-12, 02-04-12, 21-04-12

Place : Hooghly, WB


According to Kew world plant list Clerodendrum infortunatum L., Sp. Pl.: 637 (1753) is the correct name other I think is just a typo.


Clerodendrum is the correct one


 

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Clerodendrum viscosum:  Photo taken at Matheran in the month of august 2011.


Clerodendrum viscosum Vent. … synonym of Clerodendrum infortunatum L. … commonly known as: hill glory bower, Saraswaty’s leaf, sticky glorybower • Bengali: ভাংট bhant, ঘৈংটু ghentu • Hindi: भांट bhant • Kannada: ఇబ్బనె ibbane • Lepcha: kumboul kung • Malayalam: പെരുക് peruku, വട്ടപ്പരുവലം vattaparuvalam • Manipuri: kuthap manbi • Marathi: भंडीरा bhandira • Nepalese: राजबेली rajbeli • Sanskrit: भण्डिका bhandika, भंडीरा bhandira, भान्टक bhantaka • Tamil: perugilai, vattakanni • Telugu: kattiyaku, saraswati-yaku


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Hill Clerodendrum fruiting revisited: Photographed at my farm during the Diwali holidays. Had written about this previously and it is available at this link

Sending a few photographs. The green drupe is the one I had opened earlier.


 

Just one correction, these are fruits with persisting calyx. Yes it is true that it gives an impression that they are flowers.


If calyx is so beautiful, what about corolla??. Would really like to see flowers.


Please see attached herewith some macro shots of flowers of mine Clerodendrum infortunatum L. flowers.


Had earlier posted photographs of the same plant flowering and they are available at this link

Yes its fruiting right now in the gangetic plains too

 

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Ajibarang plant 2: We need your hel to id this plant please. A shrub, ca 100 cm tall. Thank you.


Looks like a Clerodendrum sp. to me..


Yes it is Clerodendrum viscosum


 

Yes, Clerodendrum infortunatum L.

Syn: Clerodendrum viscosum


 

 

Peruvalam in Malayalam, a medicinal herb and very beneficial to cure fresh wounds
 

 

Attaching the image of Clerodendron viscosum (Verbanaceae)

Taken from Medical College Campus, Kozhikode in March 2011


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[EfloraofIndia_020212PD02_Clerodendrum viscosum_Flora of Odisha]:   please find the images of Clerodendrum viscosum taken from Ranpur

Name: Clerodendrum viscosum
Family: Verbenaceae
Habit: Shrub
Habitat: Road side on the way to Ranpur
Place of collection: Ranpur, Nayagarh, Odisha
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Really nice set of photographs


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Clerodendrum infortunatum Gaertn from Kamrup district, Assam:  Attached images are Clerodendrum infortunatum Gaertn collected from two different locality of Kamrup district.

Date :15.12.2013 / 20.02.2013
Location: Kamrup district
Family : Verbenaceae
Genus & species : Clerodendrum infortunatum Gaertn
Habitat: Grows wild on waste places
Habit : Shrub
Flower : White
Calyx : Reddish or greenish

Fruits : Not seen


 

Clerodendrum infortunatum is a small tree in Kerala forest


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Clerodendrum infortunatum (family : Lamiaceae) Hooghly, WB: (6 images) Attaching images of what we call GHE(N)TU in Bengali. This flower is essential for GHETU puja in rural Bengal. Just like “trick-or-treat” during Halloween in Europe, our village kids collect their treats from all households make a picnic out out of those collection.

Species : Clerodendrum infortunatum (family : Lamiaceae)
Date : 19/Feb/2012 @ 10 A.M. & 20/Feb/2012
Id help :
1) Plant Groups by H. Mukherji (p. 1085)

3) for GHETU / GHANTAKARNA please see – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghanta_Karna


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Identification of Clerodendrum viscosum:  IS it Clerodendrum viscosum ?


Yes it seems to be.


Affirmative. My photographs for comparison are available at this link


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Please help ID this wild flower plant: 4 images.

Last July I bought this plant from road side of Tala Umaria road and planted in a pot.
Now this plant is flowering.
May I request you to please help in ID.

If more photos required can do it immediately.


its Clerodendrum viscosum syn C infortunatum,


This is a species of Clerodendrum possibly the Hill Clerodendrum [C. infortunatum]. My photographs of this are available at these links

 


 

 

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This is GHETU (ঘেটু) or BHAT (ভাট) in Bengali – http://www.theplantlist.org/tpl/record/kew-42708.


There is a lot of confusion in the matter.

As per GRIN, Volkameria infortunata Roxb. is syn. of Clerodendrumviscosum Vent.
The Plant List gives Clerodendrumviscosum Vent. as a syn. of Clerodendruminfortunatum L. which is the only species as of now in efi database as per link: Clerodendrum infortunatum
Flora of China & Flora of Pakistan does not talk about any of them.
More references:

 

The Plant ListGRIN1 (Clerodendruminfortunatum L.) GRIN2 (Clerodendrumviscosum Vent.) Annonated checklist of the flowering plants of Nepal (Clerodendrum viscosum Vent.) Biotik (Clerodendrum viscosum Vent.)

Dinesh Valke’s Flickr PostFlowers of IndiaNPGS/GRINForest Flora of Andhra PradeshWikipedia


 

… states in Clerodendron infortunatum from near Kathgodam, Uttaranchal Pradesh:

Clerodendrum infortunatum L., Sp. Pl., 635, 1753

Syn: Clerodendrum viscosum Vent. Nom. Superfl.; Volkameria infortunata Roxb.
Common Names: Hill Glory bower
Hindi: Bhant
Sans: Barhichuda, bhantaka
Mar: Bhandira
Tam: Karukanni
The plant has been named as C. viscosum Vent., in recent years, a name which is illegitimate being a Nomen superfluum.

 

The related entries of this plant can be read –

 


Yet another link (for Non L.) – http://indiabiodiversity.org/species/show/9592


 

The plant is definitely Clerodendrum infortunatum (Syn Clerodendrum viscosum)

(Isaac Kehimkar’s COMMON INDIAN WILD FLOWERS refers)

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SYMBIOSIS : 356:  Attachments (1). 1 post by 1 author.

Attaching an image of a Red vented Bulbul on the fruit of Clerodendrum viscosum.


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Attaching an image of a Mottled Emigrant butterfly on the flowers of Clerodendrum viscosum.


 

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SYMBIOSIS :541 : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (1).

Attaching an image of a Lemon Pansy butterfly on the flowers of Clerodendrum viscosum.


 

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Clerodendrum infortunatum.Pls validate.210914RT-1 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (4).

Place-Alapuzha.
Habitat-wild.
Height-2feet.


Yes, most probably…


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Attached images are Clerodendrum infortunatum L. 
Date :20.2. 2013

Location: Assam


 

Yes …, it is found everywhere.


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Clerodendrum infortunatum L., Sp. Pl., 635, 1753
Syn: Clerodendrum viscosum Vent. Nom. Superfl.; Volkameria infortunata Roxb.
Common Names:  Hill Glory flower, Hindi: Bhant
Sans: Barhichuda, bhantaka, Mar: Bhandira, Tam: Karukanni
The plant has been named as C. viscosum Vent., in recent years, a name which is illegitimate being a Nomen superfluum.
A densely hairy shrub with opposite thick ovate leaves and sweet scented white flowers with pink centre arranged in branched clusters; stamens much exserted; calyx enlarged and turning red and surrounding black fruit.
Photographed from near Kathgodam in Uttaranchal Pradesh.
 

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Clerodendrum viscosum

Near Vasai


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Clerodendrum infortunatum L. … also placed in Verbenaceae

outskirts of Nagla forest on March 22, 2009


Too good, thanks …


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Clerodendrum infortunatum L.  … also placed in Verbenaceae
in Bassein Fort on various dates 
February 26, 2011
January 3, 2009
April 21, 2007

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Clerodendrum infortunatum L. … also placed in Verbenaceae

along Ghodbunder Road near Gaimukh on March 8, 2008


 

nice large bunch of fowers

seems to be the pick of the season before seeds set in

Seen in Kumarakom, growing wild by the roadside.
I am confused which is the correct name and which one the Syn.

Between Clerodendrum infortunatum and C. viscosum?


ci name. cv synonym
This shrub with attractive flowers was recorded from Kalesar in Haryana…
Please provide proper id inputs..

Clerodendrum viscosum ?


I do not know what would be the present accepted name, possibly Clerodendrum infortunatum L., the problem is TPL think Roxburgh’s Volkameria infortunata is a different taxon and synonymous with C. cordatum D. Don.

What does BSI say?


To me it seems to be Clerodendrum vicosum.


 

HELP please : which Clerodendrum infortunatum do we have in HOOGHLY (West Bengal) ??? : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)
I find at least three Clerodendrum infortunatum – of L., of Gaertn and of Dennst.
My search tells me perhaps we, in India, have all three. I attach here relevant papers, incl. one from Thailand. I hope I do not face copyright issues, since all can be downloaded freely from the following links –
Which one do we have in Hooghly district of West Bengal?

BSI members please help


Thanks, … Does Bengal plants not give detailed distribtions of all these species ?
As per The Plant List (based on WCSP), they have these three species:
Clerodendruminfortunatum Gaertn. is a synonym of ClerodendrumcordatumD.Don

Clerodendruminfortunatum Dennst. is a synonym of ClerodendrumvillosumBlume


‘Bengal Plants’ has only one infortunatum – Clerodendron infortunatum Gaertn., synonymous with “Volkameria infortunata F. I. iii. 59; … in Chota-Nagpur, Behar, Tirhut, N. Bengal, C. Bengal, Chittagong”


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SYMBIOSIS : SPECIAL ( CLERODENDDRUM VISCOSUM ) : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (1)
In the attached collage there are 19 butterfly species visiting flowers of Clerodendrum viscosum
 

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Clerodendrum infortunatum L. (accepted name) ?? : 5 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)
Sharing some pictures I guess is Clerodendrum infortunatum L. (accepted name)

Shot at Kurintar, Nepal on 12 April 2012 at 1000 ft.


I think matches with images at Clerodendrum infortunatum

Nepali Names: राजबेली  Raajbeli / चितु Chitu / भेण्टा Bhentaa

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MS Nov.,2016/05 Clerodendrum sp. for ID : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)

Location : Dampui, Mizoram
Date : 02-03-2016
Habit : Shrub
Habitat : Wild


Pl. Check comparative images in EFI site


I think Clerodendrum infortunatum L.as per images herein.


 

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Charmadi Ghat Karnataka
Date: 12 NOV 2016 … Altitude: explored between: 873 – 976 m (2863 – 3201 ft) asl
Clerodendrum infortunatum L.  (family: Lamiaceae ~ Verbenaceae)

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Wild plant for ID :: Karjat, MH :: ARKJAN15 : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (4)

Saw this plant growing wild (I think) near a nursery in Karjat. No flowers or fruits were seen.
Requested to please provide ID.


it looks like Clerodendrum viscosum, Verbenaceae


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SK492 01 MAY-2017:ID : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (5)

 

Location: Soureni, Mirik, India
Date: 22 April 2017
Altitude: 2000 ft.

Clerodendrum …???


 

Clerodendrum infortunatum to me. The plant is in fruiting stage.
C.infortunatum in eFI.


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Plant for ID, Sylhet Bangladesh, NAW-APR17-06 : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)
Kindly identify this plant with deep red flowers, photographed at the Khadimnagar National Park, Sylhet Bangladesh, in April 2017.

Probably a weed, also found growing along roadsides. Height of plant about 150 cm.


Clerodendrum infortunatum L. as per Images herein ?


To me the plant seems to be Clerodendrum viscosum (syn- Clerodendrum infortunatum.

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Clerodendrum viscosum Vent. : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (7)

 

Location: Siliguri, India
Date: 25 May  2017
Altitude: 400 ft.

 


4th image appears to be different.


Image by Nayan Singh

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Clerodendrum sp from Periyar : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)

again from Periyar taken on 10-5-09, looks like Clerodendrum viscosum, which is a shrub in Central India, but it is a tree sp in Periyar. Please ID it


I believe C. viscosum has toothed leaves. Could this one be
Clerodendrum bracteatum, which can grow into a small tree? This one has leaves with entire margin.


Thanks for id and detail information.

you are right, Clerodendrum viscosum have dentate margin. One pic of C. viscosum is enclosed. Attachments (1)


Not Clerodendrum bracteatum as per discussions at another thread.


May be Clerodendrum infortunatum as per images herein


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Flower for Id- ID13032018SH1 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)
Flower for id pl.Is it Clerodendrum viscosum ?
Location -Near Bagdogra ( West Bengal)
Date – March. 2018

I think, yes.. Clerodendrum viscosum

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Fwd: SYMBIOSIS : 1115 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)
Attaching a collage of a wasp Species visiting flowers of Clerodendrum viscosum.

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SK1251 02 JUL 2018 : 5 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (6)- 600 Kb.
Location:  Durpin Dada, Kalimpong, WB, India
Date: 15 May 2018
Altitude: 4500 ft.
Habit : Wild.
Clerodendrum viscosum Vent. ??

To me also appears to be the same as per images and details at Clerodendrum infortunatum

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Flower for id – 27122018SH3 : 5 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)- 2 Mb each.
Flower for id pl.
Location – Wayanad (Kerala)
Date – November. 2018

Could it be some Clerodendrum ?


Is it C.viscosum …?


Yes …, I think so.
Now Clerodendrum viscosum is treated as synonym of Clerodendrum infortunatum.

Clerodendrum infortunatum : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (5)
Clerodendrum infortunatum
Dr Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary, Thattekkad, near Kothamangalam
First week of October 2018
 

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Clerodendrum infortunatum : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (5)
Clerodendrum infortunatum
Dr Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary, Thattekkad, near Kothamangalam
First week of October 2018

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Clerodendrum infortunatum : 4 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (6)- around 700 kb each.
Clerodendrum infortunatum
Family : Lamiaceae
Habitat : Shrub
Habitat : Road side
Place : Chilkigarh, WB
Date : 28 February 2019

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Clerodendrum infortunatum L. : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (6)

Location: Pame, Pokhara, Kaski Dt.
Date: 21 March 2019
Elevation: 821 m.

Habit : Wild


 

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ower- ID 27072020SH1 : 7 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1)- 623 kb.
Flower for id pl. Any ClerodendrumSpecies ?
Location -Latpanchar (West Bengal)
Date – March 2019

Yes!


For me it looks like Clerodendrum infortunatum. I have seen this in Western Ghats area of Karnataka.


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Plant scientific name idetification_Mohanpur 3 : 3 posts by 1 author. Attachments (1)
I have collected some plant species for my study in Mohanpur, West Bengal. I am not able to identify these 4 plant species. Could you please help me out in the same?
Image contain numbers in image names like T7, T13, T14, and T15.
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I think difficult to id an immature plant with this image.


Clerodendron sp.? chinense ??


Clerodendrum cordatum

 

 

 

 

References:

The Plant List Ver. 1.1GRIN1(Clerodendruminfortunatum L.) GRIN2 (Clerodendrumviscosum Vent.) Annonated checklist of the flowering plants of Nepal (Clerodendrum viscosum Vent.) Biotik(Clerodendrum viscosum Vent.)

Dinesh Valke’s Flickr PostFlowers of IndiaNPGS/GRINForest Flora of Andhra PradeshWikipedia

 

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