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Sharing the images of Crateva religiosa from NBNP Garden
Date: 25.11.2011
Habitat: Garden
Habit: Tree


Beautiful flower. This is the food plant of the caterpillars of Orange tip butterflies.


i guess Crataeva tapia is the correct name for this plant


You are right. Thanks for sharing. Tree with trifoliate leaves too.


Crateva religiosa, C. adansonii and C. tapia are three distinct species. It would be interesting to know the status of above plant.


I agree with … I would like to urge … to send some more pictures of the tree esp. leaves habitat etc.


 
 

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