Images by Satish Phadke (Inserted by J.M.Garg)

Images by Nidhan Singh, Identified by Brij Mohan Bhardwaj (Inserted by J.M.Garg) 

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er-ith-RY-nuh — meaning, red colored
STRIK-tuh — meaning, erect, upright
sub-er-OH-suh — meaning, cork bark

commonly known as: Indian coral tree, tiger claw • Bengali: palitmandar, রক্তমন্দার raktamandar • Hindi: dadap, dholdhak, farhad, mandara, pangri, panjira • Kannada: halivana, keechige, mandara • Malayalam: nimbataru, paribhadram • Marathi: पांगारा pangara • Sanskrit: मन्दार mandara, palitmandar, पारिभद्र paribhadra • Tamil: கிஞ்சுகம் kincukam, முண்முருக்கு munmurukku, முருக்கு murukku,முருக்கு மரம் murukku maram, velaikkaliyanamurukkam • Telugu: బలభద్రిక balabhadrika

Origin: India and South-East Asian countries

… deciduous tree … prickly stem … flowers in racemes, red and showy.  

Large tree, branches armed with sparse prickles; leaves trifoliate, often armed on petiole, terminal leaflet rhomboid-ovate, up to 15 cm long, lateral obliquely deltoid; racemes 5-10 cm long, flowers scarlet in fascicles of 1-3; calyx somewhat bilabiate; pod up to15 cm long, beaded.
The characteristic of the tree is the fissured pale bark. The key differentiating character is the calyx which is not splitting down to the base and is more or less 2-lipped which is seen here.
 
The leaves of Erythrina stricta are glabrous and those of Erythrina suberosa are not. Likewise the pods.

As per efi thread:

Calyx not 2 lipped, splitting down to the base, entire at apex is E. stricta

Calyx 2 lipped. not splitting down is E. suberosa, though the bark and spines may differ.
 
Erythrina suberosa called as Pangari or Booch pangara. Small tree.
Bark light grey. corky, cracked, vertical fissures or grooves deep. Branches crooked.
Flowers early Feb March; common around Pune.

Erythrina stricta. Also called Pangari. Large tree. Bark smooth (Not grooved) Branches prickly far more than the above. Flowering season comparatively late- May Observed more in large jungles in Mulshi and others in Konkan not near the city of Pune

As per efi thread:
Of course the Key in BSI is very good and depends on calyx spathaceous, not 2 lipped, splitting down deep to base in E.variegata and E.stricta whereas not so in E suberosa where it is not spathaceous and it is more or less 2 lipped.

Erythrina stricta and E. suberosa has the keel petal white/ creamy where as E. indica and E. varigata has red colored keel. 

 

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profusely- 7/3/08; in open countryside rather than in Pune- 7/3/08; at Thippuru Village, Mysore district- 24Feb 2008; in Bhopal- March’09; Haleyadathore, Mysore district 22 Mar 2009; at Phansad- April’09?; Krishna raja nagar- Mysore district- 22 March 2009;  at Badlapur (Maharashtra – Western Ghats) in March, 2010; As per link- Flowering: March-April. Flowering of trees – indiantreepix | Google Groups

 


Wayanad flora #10 | Erythrina Sp -IdReq 22Mar2011AR02: Petals of the flower – appear like a birds beak
Date/Time-9 Jan 2011 05:39 PM
Location- Place, Altitude, GPS- Meenmutty falls, Waynaad, Kerala
Habitat- Garden/ Urban/ Wild/ Type-, Wild, Western ghats,
Plant Habit- Tree/ Shrub/ Climber/ Herb- Tree, Forest path
Height/Length-approx – 35 feet
Leaves Type/ Shape/ Size- Shape – Elliptic, Margin -Smooth, Size-10-12 cms 



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Trees of Lalbagh, Bangalore – RA – Erythrina stricta var. suberosa, (Roxb.) Niyomdham <=> Corky Coral Tree: Corky Coral Tree is a medium sized throny tree with distinctly orange, corky bark and an irregular crown.  
The tree is a captivating sight when in bloom, with clusters of bright, orange-scarlet up-facing flower clusters sitting at the end of branchlets like exotic waterlilies.
Leaves are compound with three broad leaflets, the middle one the largest. Flowers have 5 petals of unequal length, and 10 stamens.  
Corky Coral Tree is native to the dry, mixed forests throughout India.


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Erythrina suberosa Pune: (6 pictures) I know the tree Erythrina suberosa which grows wild around on the outskirts of Pune city.
The characteristic of the tree is the fissured pale bark. (Will post some other time in the same thread)
I tried to document the floral characters of the species by dissecting it. Hope it will be useful.
The key differentiating character is the calyx which is not splitting down to the base and is more or less 2-lipped which is seen here.
The sizes of different parts are also matching with the description given by Cooke.


A very nice depiction of Erythrina suberosa. Beautiful pictures.


Have this tree on my property. Sending a photograph of the bark.


Excellent presentation of the floral parts of the species by … Very useful for taxonomists as well as non taxonomists for understanding the floral parts arrangement.
Very nice photograph of the bark by …
I shall be thankful if you could post the photographs of habit and foliage of the tree.


Fabulous … This can be used in books while describing floral parts at family level. Just amazing clarity again.


Thank you … Sending a few more photographs as requested (9 pictures). My previous photographs & discussion on this are available at this link

What a clearly labelled set of photos, at first I thought the last two of your set were paintings/botanical paintings cab be very exact yet detailed….
but no, they were superb macros..
very well done indeed and your labeling is just right…


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Tree ID – 1 :  5 images. 3 posts by 2 authors.

EPF, photos of Erythrina spp taken from mobile phone on 17th March 2013.
Place : Badlapur, Thane dist.
Elev : 200 ft
Tree about 12 – 15 mt high.
Main trunk is furrowed while branches are thorny.
Tree is leafless, distant branches bearing flowers. 
Pls help to identify.


This is Erythrina suberosa.


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Erythrina sp. for ID: BM170413 : Attachments (6).  5 posts by 3 authors.

Please help ID the erythrina species on right of the pictures. I have given the parts in comparison to Erythrina stricta var. suberosa on the left. The trees are growing in Ludhiana. The sp. on right blooms late (when suberosa is nearly over), trees are smaller in size. The only difference in flowers seems to be the size and red tinge on calyx tube of smaller sp. The most peculiar difference is in the spines which are comparatively very few and are stipular on the smaller species. Bark of the smaller species is light brown and more fissured than suberosa.


They appear to be two different species. In photograph 5, the bark on the left is of E.variegata, the other is of E.suberosa.


Calyx not 2 lipped, splitting down to the base, entire at apex is E. stricta

Calyx 2 lipped. not splitting down is E. suberosa.
Both pictures show calyx tallying with E. suberosa, though the bark and spines may differ.


I find Erythrinas quite difficult and from your pics I can’t say for sure. The E. suberosa trees which I am familiar with all have fissured bark like the one in your picture on the Right side. The bark of E. stricta is very variable.
Can you wait and send some pictures of the leaves? This should give more clues.


Attaching some pictures of leaves for ID confirmation.
The species on left in most of the picture has glands at the base of all petiolules but the one on right has glands only on the base of terminal leaflet.
The one on right does not have spine like structures on petioles whereas the left one has one or two spines.
Height of left one is more than 12 m and the right one is 7-8 m
Leaves of left have very less hairs, whereas the right one has wooly leaves.


Correct orientation of glands image.


The wooly leaves indicate E. suberosa. Younger leaves are always much more tomentose than mature ones.
The 2 species could be the same as … has suggested.


…, Thanks for the response and interest.
But the two trees are too different in terms of size, Bark, leaf size & texture; distribution, shape & size of spines; glands on petiolule base (pics attached in earlier posts) that they are most unlikely to be same. Their location is a few hundred feet apart and the differences cannot be due to environment. These prominent differences merit different subspecies at least. Although I agree with … that flowers are identical except their size which is smaller in case of right one.
Hope the mystery is resolve.


 

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Erythrina For ID : Lalbagh,Bangalore : 260513 : AK-1 : Attachments (1).  2 posts by 1 author.
Erythrina in bloom seen at Lalbagh Botanical Gardens, Bangalore on 18/3/13.

A medium sized tree with flowers.


Erythrina stricta var. suberosa


Thanks for this id too.


 

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Flora of Kaiga_ID CONFIRMATION_31112013 PTR2 : Attachments (2). 4 posts by 3 authors.

Flora of Kaiga_ID_CONFIRMATION Please. Attached 2 photo. Is it Erytrina Stricta.???
Date/Time-:21/1/13 – 10:30

Location- Place, Altitude – Kaiga , Uttar Kannada ,Karnataka, 380 mtrs
Habitat- Garden/ Urban/ Wild/ Typewild 
Habit- Tree/ Shrub/ Climber/ Herb- TREE
Length- 15m 


Erythrina sp


Yes, it looks like Erythrina stricta var. suberosa (= E. suberosa).

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Erythrina stricta Roxb. SN Aug 44 : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments

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Erythrina stricta Roxb, medium sized soft tree, near Coorg, Karnataka

I think it is Erythrina suberosa. Please note the tomentose leaves and characteristic bark.


Agree with … This is Erythrina suberosa. Please check these links : Google Groups

My photographs of Erythrina stricta for comparison are available at this link :

Google Groups


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Butea monosperma? ABAPR01/23 : 11 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (4)

These flames of the forests are vibrant at present and I made some photographs. I had assumed it to be Butea monosperma (Dhak, Palash) but now think it could as well be Erythrina suberosa (Gadha Palash or Corky Coral). Please advise.

Dharamshala, HP
1400m approx.
18 April 2015


Erythrina sp.


correct. not palash.. butea

erythrina sp 


forgot to tell you

very nice to look at good scene if accessible

would love to see its fruits and then leaves as they emerge and mature

do they turn color up there in cold and high altitude?


Will keep my eyes open. 


This tree is known as Madar in our area.


This is Erythrina suberosa.


Another Erythrina species photographed from Cactus garden Panchkula in April, with flowers appearing like E. suberosa but with a distinct broader white keel in flowers.


May be another E. suberosa as suggested on Indian Flora Facebook.


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Fabaceae (Faboideae) Fortnight :: Erythrina for id:: Chakrata :: NS OCT 54/54 : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (6)

This tree with beautiful flowers was recorded from Chakrata area of Western Himalayas..
Please confirm if this can be Erythrina stricta var. suberosa


This seems to be Erythrina suberosa (E. stricta var. suberosa is a synonym) – most prominent indicator is pubescent leaves which I think can help distinguish from E. stricta (as given by Hooker – v.2 page 189  and Brandis – page 227). I could not decipher many typical taxonomic terms used in these texts (Probably … can help in that and find some more distinguishing features) 

However, there are many confusing characteristics in these species. One my earlier posts was sort of inconclusive (efi thread).

The tree on right side in my earlier post also has some similar characteristics to the one above but there are some deviations also like spine characteristics and glands on petiole.
Pradeep Krishan in ‘Jungle trees of Central India’ – page 371-72 has also left this issue unresolved but it is obvious that there are many overlapping/ mixed characters – bark being the most confusing.
Both E. suberosa and E. stricta belong to section Suberosae and if section Erythrina can have interspecific hybrids, chances in section Suberosae are also high.


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This tree was recorded from Morni Hills area, Panchkula…
Please suggest if this belongs to Erythrina stricta var. suberosa or otherwise


Calyx not 2 lipped, splitting down to the base, entire at apex is E. stricta

Calyx 2 lipped. not splitting down is E. suberosa, though the bark and spines may differ.
To me it appears to be Erythrina suberosa as the calyx is two lipped.


 

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Erythrina suberosa—–for sharing and validation : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (2)
Pics taken at Aambyvalley Rd., Lonavala, Pune in April 15.


 

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Erythrina For ID : Nasik : 21FEB16 : AK-01 : 01/01 : 8 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2)
Erythrina seen in Nasik on 1st March, 2014.

A small tree.
Kindly help in identifying the Species.


Erythrina variegata (fabaceae)


Pl. show us a close up of the Calyx for correct Id.
As per efi thread:
Of course the Key in BSI is very good and depends on calyx spathaceous, not 2 lipped, splitting down deep to base in E.variegata and E.stricta whereas not so in E suberosa where it is not spathaceous and it is more or less 2 lipped.


I hope this cropped picture helps in determining the correct id. Attachments (2)


Pictures are not clear, but I feel it you may try with images of Erythrina suberosa


I would go for E. suberosa, but it’s a guess in absence of leaves and bark. Surely not E. variegata.


Thanks for the suggested id. Will take more pictures of the tree since I know the location.
Name given to me was Raan Pangara in Marathi.

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TSP-MAY2016-47-375:Images of Erythrina stricta (Fabaceae) : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (7)

It is my pleasure to present a few images of Erythrina stricta (Fabaceae 

Habit: Tree-thorny 

Habitat: Wild, Dry decidouos forest fringe 

Sighting: Chikmagalur and Tumkur, Karnataka, about 1200 msl and 800 msl respectively. 

Date: 2-02-2015, 23-02-2015 and 05-03-2015


I think it should be Erythrina suberosa
As per efi thread:

Calyx not 2 lipped, splitting down to the base, entire at apex is E. stricta

Calyx 2 lipped, not splitting down is E. suberosa, though the bark and spines may differ.


Thanks …


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MS/23/10/2016 – 1 – Request for Id of a tree : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (3)

I shall be thankful if you could identify the species. Photographs attached. Photos taken in Mysore during March, 2015. 


Thanks, …  It’s Erythrina species. Pl. Check calyx with comparative images at EFI site for species I’d.


Of course, my ID is also Erythrina species but I want to know the exact species name.

It looks Erythrina suberosa 


Thanks for your ID. For me it looks perfect ID. Infact, my ID is also the same.


 

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Fabaceae-Faboideae (Papilionaceae) Week: Tree -Erythrina stricta:   Attaching photo of Erythrina stricta


I think it should be Erythrina suberosa Roxb. as per images herein & as the calyx is clearly two lipped.


 

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Erythrina or ID : Maharashtra : 290413 : AK-2 : Attachments (4). 3 posts by 2 authors.
Erythrina species seen on the Mumbai-Pune road on 7/3/12.
Kindly confirm id.


Erythrina stricta


I think it should be Erythrina suberosa Roxb. as per images herein & as the calyx is clearly two lipped.


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Red flowering tree for Identification – Id18042008Raghu1 : 5 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (5)
This tree had hundred’s of red flowers in feb 2008. The local villagers whom we met could not name them but they say this tree is used while ironing clothes (?) .  
Not sure of the Id. Help requested. 
Thippuru Village,
Mysore district 
24Feb 2008


The flowers strongly resemble Erythrina stricta: http://www.ubcbotanicalgarden.org/potd/erythrina_suberosa.jpg


It is Erythrina suberosa locally called Pangara. As I had stated in an earlier mail [to Dr.Satish]-
  – the bark of E.stricta is covered with sharp, conical prickles [spines].
  –E.suberosa has a corky, deeply fissured bark.
  –E.indica has a yellowish or greyish-green smooth bark, peeling off in flakes.
  Sending  a few photographs to illustrate these points. [E variegata and E.indica have similar barks].

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Tree for ID RDS 002 110512: Another deciduous tree for ID. Found this near water body, on the way
to
Barvi dam forest, Badlapur- Maharashtra.

Trifoliate leaves; thorny tree….some Erythrina species.


This is a species of Erythrina possibly Erythrina suberosa. Please check the archives of this group for my photographs of this.


Very common tree in central India. The area where i live is full of them multiplying rapidly.


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Fabaceae-Faboideae (Papilionaceae) Week: Erythrina-2 for ID from Cactus Garden, Panchkula: Another Erythrina species photographed from Cactus garden Panchkula in April, with flowers appearing like E. suberosa but with a distinct broader white keel in flowers.


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Erythrina for ID : 050611 : AK-1: Taken at Jijamata Udyan, Mumbai, Maharashtra on the 3rd and 17th of May,2007.
A reasonably large tree. 


I guess Erythrina variegata (syn. E. indica), Pangara in Marathi 

As the keel is white & calyx appears two lipped, I think it is Erythrina suberosa Roxb. as per images herein.


actually the leaf would be of help in identification. i believe if the plant is opposite lane of Jijamata Udyan office and with pubesecent leaves it is E. suberosa.


…, you are right. This tree was seen during one of my first visits to the garden. It is in the lane opp the JU Office, the lane leads further to the circle.
Adding a picture with few leaves that I could find.


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SK1027 19 MAR-2018 : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (6)
Location: Balaju, Kathmandu, Nepal 
Altitude: 4400 ft.
Date: 16 March 2018
Habit : Cultivated
Erythrina suberosa Roxb. ??

Thanks, … Pl. check the calyx. 

Yes to me also appear close to images at Erythrina suberosa

 

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Erythrina Species seen earlier during March.

A small tree.

For Species id please.
Could be Erythrina suberosa?


Pl. check calyx with images available at efi site. 

To me also appear close to images at Erythrina suberosa Roxb. 


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