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dal-BERG-ee-uh
— for Nils & Carl Dahlberg, Swedish botanist and officer, respectively
lan-see-oh-LAIR-ee-uh — lance-like
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commonly known as: bastard rose wood • Assamese: meda-luwa, mouhit • Bengali: chakemdia • Coorgi: ಹಸರುಗೋಣಿ hasarugoni, ಶ್ವೇತ ಬೀಟೆ shweta beete • Gujarati: તણતોશી tantoshi • Hindi: हर्दी hardi, टाकोली takoli • Kannada: ಬಿಳಿ ಬಿಟೆ bili beete • Kolami: piri • Malayalam: കണ്ണന് വാക kannan vaaka, വെള്ളീട്ടി velliitti • Marathi: दोण्डुस dondus. फणशी phanshi • Mundari: birmunga, keadcadlomdaru • Oriya: dodilo • Rajasthani: barbat, passi • Sanskrit: गोरक्ष goraksha • Santal: chapot siris • Tamil: எரிகை erikai, காட்டுப்பச்சிலை kattuppachalai • Telugu: కొండపచారీ kondapachari, తెల్లవిరుగుడు tellavirugudu • Urdu: dandous
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Native to: Indian subcontinent, Indo-China 
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India (N) ; Andhra Pradesh; Arunachal Pradesh; Assam ; Bihar ; Delhi ; Goa; Gujarat ; Haryana ; Himachal Pradesh; Jammu-Kashmir ; Karnataka; Kerala ; Madhaya Pradesh ; Maharashtra ; Manipur ; Meghalaya ; Mizoram ; Nagaland ; Orissa; Pondicherry ; Punjab ; Rajasthan; Sikkim ; Tamil Nadu ; Tripura ; Uttar Pradesh ; West Bengal & other countries as per ILDIS;
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D. lanceolaria subsp. lanceolaria has 11-17 leaflets not turning black when dry, and pink flowers, upper two calyx teeth obtuse lower three acute; whereas D. lanceolaria subsp. paniculata  has 9-13 leaflets turning black when dry, and white flowers, all five calyx teeth acute. 

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Id help please: 15 posts by 11 authors. Attachments (5).

A street tree in Chennai.


Leaves looks more like Adenanthera pavonina L. of Caesalpinaceae.


I thought it could be a Dalbergia species!


I was wondering  (just guessing really) if it could be an Anogeissus.
I do know that it is not an Adenanthera pavonina—-these leaves are smaller.
It is not Dalbergia sissoo, which is the one Dalbergia I am familiar with.

I’ll get some more pics soon.


Check Dalbergia lanceolaria ! Should match!


it is not Adenanthera nor Anogeisus. even it is not Dalbergia lanceolaria, can be Chloroxylon sweitenia or some other Dalbergia species (not of these: D.lanceolaria, D.sisoo nor D. latifolia, D. paniculata)


I Think it is Dalbergia lanceolaria L. f.


bark, leaves, and flower buds give chance for Dalbergia lanceolaria L. f. For Adenanthera inflorescence in not supporting.


The leaf pattern does look like Adenanthera but the inflorescence is certainly that of Dalbergia lanceolaria indeed.


Must be D.lanceolaria only. Other species of D. have not been recorded in Chennai, except. D.sisso.



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Dalbergia lanceolaria: Dalbergia lanceolaria
Marathi name: Phansi
Today at Alibag, Maharashtra


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Dalbergia lanceolaria: Seedling of Dalbergia lanceolaria (Pasarganni in Telugu).
Date/Time- August 2011
Location- Place, Altitude, GPS- Hyderabad
Habitat- Garden/ Urban/ Wild/ Type- Potted seedling
Plant Habit- Tree/ Shrub/ Climber/ Herb- Tree
Height/Length- 5-6 inches
Leaves Type/ Shape/ Size- Leaflets, oblong


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Tree for Id – 010512- from Pune:   Small tree of appx – 16-18 feet.
Leaves- Compound ,abt 20 cm long.
leaflets are stalked,alternate, ovate wid entire margins.

Pods are oblong, flat with pointed tip and of dark green shade.
Is it some Dalbergia sp. ?

Yes Dalbergia lanceolaria
Mar : Phanshi फणशी



dal-BERG-ee-uh — for Nils & Carl Dahlberg, Swedish botanist and officer, respectively
lan-see-oh-LAIR-ee-uh — lance-like
May 17, 2008 … at Tungareshwar Wildlife Sanctuary, Maharashtra
commonly known as: bastard rose wood • Assamese: meda-luwa, mouhit • Bengali: chakemdia • Coorgi: ಹಸರುಗೋಣಿ hasarugoni, ಶ್ವೇತ ಬೀಟೆ shweta beete • Gujarati: તણતોશી tantoshi • Hindi: हर्दी hardi, टाकोली takoli • Kannada: ಬಿಳಿ ಬಿಟೆ bili beete • Kolami: piri • Malayalam: കണ്ണന് വാക kannan vaaka, വെള്ളീട്ടി velliitti • Marathi: दोण्डुस dondus. फणशी phanshi • Mundari: birmunga, keadcadlomdaru • Oriya: dodilo • Rajasthani: barbat, passi • Sanskrit: गोरक्ष goraksha • Santal: chapot siris • Tamil: எரிகை erikai, காட்டுப்பச்சிலை kattuppachalai • Telugu: కొండపచారీ kondapachari, తెల్లవిరుగుడు tellavirugudu • Urdu: dandous
Native to: Indian subcontinent, Indo-China
some views:Apr 20, 2008 … near Yeoor Hills, Thane, Maharashtra
May 17, 2008 … at Tungareshwar Wildlife Sanctuary, Maharashtra
Sep 28, 2009 … Saphale Ghat, Maharashtra
Apr 14, 2010 … along NH8 near Chinchoti, Maharashtra
May 9, 2010 … at Veermata Jeejabai Bhosale Udyan, Mumbai

Wonderful set of pictures as always. Showing all characters– Compound leaves. Inflorescence etc.
The leafless tree full of flowers looks awesome….


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IDENTITY: Attaching two images of a tree. Leaves are like the leaves of Tamarid and the pods like that of Dalbergia sisso. I don’t know the identity of this tree. Can it be Dalbergia tamarindifolia ( syn Dalbergia pinnata ) ?


This is Dalbergia lanceolaria var. lanceolaria.



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Plz id this wild plant: pa10 – 27oct2012:  Plz id this shrub if possible from Yeoor. Flowers and fruits not seen. My first guess was the cup & saucer plant but not sure of it.


This is more likely to be Dalbergia lanceolaria. Some of my photographs of Breyna patens [the Cup & Saucer Plant] for comparison are available at this link

 


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Plz id this plant: pa74 – 7jan2013: Plz id this plant growing in Mankhurd region. It looks like a shrub … around 4 to 5 foot high but maybe it could be a sapling of some tree.


This is a sapling of Dalbergia lanceolaria var. lanceolaria .



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Tree for ID: 090313BM2 :  Please help ID this tree.
Location: Ludhiana.
Frequently headed back , so no idea about actual size.
Never seen blooming in last 10 years.


Albizia species?


I guess to be a Dalbergia sp?


To me it looks like a Dalbergia sp.
Dalbergia paniculata or D. lanceolaria?


This is Dalbergia lanceolaria var. lanceolaria. My photographs of this are available at this link


Looks like Dalbergia lanceolaria. But cannot tell the sub sps. / var.



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Requesting to please ID this tree captured in a cultivated garden in Mumbai in October 2013.


Dalbergia sp.


I’m guessing Dalbergia lanceolaria


Thank you … and … for ID…

Going through efi, I think it is Dalbergia lanceolaria ssp. lanceolaria. Kindly validate..

I do not remember to have seen this tree flower in the past 1 year. Is that possible?



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Requesting to please ID this tree captured in the Pune zoo in May 2014.

I have also observed this tree in Mumbai planted along roadsides. I think it may be a Fabaceae member.


This is Dalbergia laneolaria var. laneolaria. My photographs of this are available at this link


Agree with … Dalbergia lanceolaria var. lanceolaria. Finished its flowering in most places by now.



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Dalbergia lanceolaria ssp. lanceolaria
at Thane on April 20, 2008


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Dalbergia lanceolaria ssp. lanceolaria
along Saphale Ghat on September 28, 2009
at NH No. 8 near Chinchoti on April 14, 2010
at Veermata Jijabai Bhonsale Udyan on May 9, 2010


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Tree For ID : Lalbagh,Bangalore : 11APR16 : AK-7 : 07/07 : 8 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (5)

A medium sized tree seen last month at Lalbagh on 30th Mar.

No flowers, only a few pods.

Dalbergia Species?


Dalbergia species in eFloraofindia (with details/ keys from published papers/ regional floras/ FRLHT/ FOI/ Biotik/ efloras/ books etc., where ever available on net)


Adding a picture of the bark and a close up of the leaves where a notch at the tip of the leaves is seen.


Please check for Dalbergia foliolosa. But I am not sure.


Dalbergia lanceolaria ssp. lanceolaria



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GRAM 2016 Could this be Dalbergia? : 5 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (10)

Pictures were taken at Kasara, Maharashtra in July 2016


Great details. Thanks, …


Dalbergia species in eFloraofindia (with details/ keys from published papers/ regional floras/ FRLHT/ FOI/ Biotik/ efloras/ books etc., where ever available on net)


This should be Dalbergia lanceolaria L.f.



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Dalbergia (Fabaceae) for identification MK Dec-04 : 6 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (8)
Please help me to identify this Dalbergia sp. tree. The bark is white in colour; pods up to 10 cm long.
The tree grows up to a height of 15 metre.
Habitat: Riverine
Local Name: Weldring (somewhat Kannada)
Date: 19 Sep 2014
Location: Sathyamangalam RF, TN
Alt.: 850 M ASL

Dalbergia species in eFloraofindia (with details/ keys from published papers/ regional floras/ FRLHT/ FOI/ Biotik/ efloras/ books etc., where ever available)


Dalbergia latifolia ?


Most probably it is Dalbergia latifolia. The photographs are not clear.

Can you post  close up of foliage if you have.


More likely Dalbergia lanceolaria


efi page on Dalbergia lanceolaria 


I also think matches with images at Dalbergia lanceolaria L.f.  rather than at Dalbergia latifolia Roxb.


Yes, the ID is correct. I rechecked it . It is D. laneolaria.



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Id _ranjit _ludhiana -5/2 : 7 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (2)


Nice images. If you have any other image, pl. post. 

Attachments (3)

This appears to be Dalbergia lanceolaria L.f. [Fabaceae / Leguminosae].

Dalbergia lanceolaria var lanceolaria


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230918- NS2- ID please : 3 posts by 1 author. Attachments (1)- 2 MB.


Pl. check comparative images at Cassia

The third one 693 is Dalbergia lanceolaria;

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Tree seen with tiny flowers and dried pods.

Probably growing wild.


Dalbergia paniculata


Although images are too small to see much details, I think they are closer to Dalbergia lanceolaria compared to Dalbergia lanceolaria subsp. paniculata

Same doubts as expressed by … Clear pictures are needed.


Adding the original images one by one, in case you would like to see the details.

3 high resolution images.


I think more closer to images at Dalbergia lanceolaria

I will try taking more pictures when I visit the place.



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