I attached the pdf of two papers published recently. 
The genus Eugenia L. (Myrtaceae) in India- Shareef S M* & E S Santhosh Kumar- PLANT SCIENCE TODAY, 2020 Vol 7(3): 360–370
(Abstract- This paper provides a comprehensive taxonomic account of the genus Eugenia L. occurring in India. A total of 25 species and two varieties have been enumerated, of which 21 taxa are endemic to the Western Ghats. Eugenia macrosepala, an endemic species of the Western Ghats is reinstated here.
Each species is provided with a short description, well known synonyms, types, distribution and phenology. An identification key is also provided)







Eugenia macrosepala Duthie (Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka; c.1000 m as per Revision of Eugenia in India (pdf): The genus Eugenia L. (Myrtaceae) in India- Shareef S M* & E S Santhosh Kumar- PLANT SCIENCE TODAY, 2020 Vol 7(3): 360–370)

Eugenia mooniana Wight (Sri Lanka, S-India as per Catalogue of Life; Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka as per POWO)




Eugenia uniflora L. (Cultivated)














Typifications and nomenclatural notes on Indian Myrtaceae by James W. Byng, Peter G. Wilson & Neil Snow- Phytotaxa 000 (0)
Abstract– We discuss typification and present other nomenclatural notes for 44 taxa of Indian Myrtaceae. Lectotypes are designated for 28 species plus 6 synonyms in Syzygium and 6 species in Eugenia. A new combination, Syzygium coarctatum, and new synonyms of Syzygium bifarium and Syzygium stocksii are also recognised. 
Some species
discussed from India with distribution:
Eugenia calcadensis Beddome- India [Kerala, Tamil Nadu]; ca. 600 m. 
Eugenia discifera Gamble-
Eugenia indica (Wight) Chithra- India [Kerala, Tamil Nadu]; ca. 1200 m. 
Eugenia mabaeoides Wight- India [Tamil Nadu, Kerala] and Sri Lanka; 1500‒1700 m. 
Eugenia singampattiana Beddome- India [Kerala, Tamil Nadu]. 
Eugenia wynadensis Beddome- India [Kerala, Tamil Nadu]; ca. 1000 m.

Pl. go through Eugenia‎ ‎(Myrtaceae) page with images of species in efloraofindia.

If you find any incorrect identification, pl. let us know. If anybody can send images of other species of this genera (for incorporation in the website), if any, or can identify unidentified images, it will be really nice.

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