Katsagon • Hindi: मरॊड़फली Marodphali; Petthan; ‘Karen wood’;
 
Native to: Myanmar, Bangladesh, India (the Andaman Islands and Assam)
 
Decduous tree up to 15 m tall; leaves opposite, pinnate, up to 30 cm long; leaflets 5-7, elliptic-oblong, up to 16 cm long, entire, brown-tomentose especially beneath; flowers large, yellow, in terminal panicles; calyx 3-5 lobed, 2-2.5 cm long, rusty tomentose; corolla 5-6 cm across, tube 3-4 cm long, lobes subequal, tomentose outside; capsule clindrical 40-90 cm long, 2-3 cm broad.    

 

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Dolichandrone falcata : Medasinghi pods : 080511 : AK-1: Taken at Maharashtra Nature Park on the 6th of April, 2011.

… most probably Haplophragma adenophyllum (syn. Fernandoa adenophylla).


Agree with …. This is Haplophragma adenophyllum. Sending my photographs of [possibly] the same tree taken at the Mahim Nature Park.
    Have Dolichandrone falcata [Bersing / Medssinghi] on my farm. Will send photographs of the pods for comparison in a separate mail.


Haplophragma adenophyllum?- 240511-PKA1: Kindly validate the ID.
Bot. name: Haplophragma adenophyllum ?
Family: Bignoniaceae 
Date/Time: 22-05-2011 / 08:50AM
Location: Sagar Upvan, Colaba, Mumbai
Habitat: Cultivated
Plant Habit: Tree


… yes !! … lucky to find flowers on the tree in broad daylight !! 

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Tree For ID- 251111 NS1: Photographed @ Jaipur. Dated- 07.11.11 It was a planted at road side.

Decidedly Bignoniaceae, but not sure beyond that. Deplanchea tetraphylla??


the seedpod hanging like a snake (normally hang in clusters) reminds of Fernandoa adenophylla (Bignoniaceae) – a native of south east Asia (including of India – Assam,Andaman and Nicobar islands)
At NPGS / GRIN it is put as synonym of Haplophragma adenophyllum, however at The Plants List, Fernandoa adenophylla is the accepted name.

Yes … You are right. As far as recent accepted name is concerned, I think between GRIN and The Plant List we should choose one which has been updated more recently. The plant List is 2010 publication, whereas in this case GRIN record was updated 1997. It is thus logical to follow the The Plant List in this case, Fernandoa adenophylla


Yes It certainly is मरॊड़फली / Fernandoa adenophylla, Family Bignoniaceae.


yes Fernandoa adenophylla, Family Bignoniaceae, flowers yellow, leaves imparipinnately compound



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Bignoniaceae Week :: DV :: 07 JUL 07 :: Fernandoa adenophylla at Mumbai: Fernandoa adenophylla (Wall. ex G.Don) Steenis¿ fern-an-DOH-ah ? — ¿ named for ?
ad-en-oh-FIL-uh — glandular leaf …
Dave’s Botanary
commonly known as: karen wood, katsagon • Hindi: मरोड़फली marodphali
Native to: Myanmar, Bangladesh, India (the Andaman Islands and Assam)
References: Flowers of IndiaeFlora

at Babasaheb Ambedkar Udyan, Mumbai on 07 JUL 07


I have not seen the seedpods yest, love it



Bignoniaceae Week: Fernandoa adenophylla from Delhi: Fernandoa adenophylla (Wall. ex G. Don) Steenis, Blumea 23:135. 1976

Syn: Haplophragma adenophyllum (Wall. ex G. Don) Dop; Bignonia adenophylla Wall. ex G. Don;; Heterophragma adenophyllum (Wall. ex G. Don) Seem. ex Benth. & Hook. f.; Spathodea adenophylla (Wall. ex G. Don) DC.

Decduous tree up to 15 m tall; leaves opposite, pinnate, up to 30 cm long; leaflets 5-7, elliptic-oblong, up to 16 cm long, entire, brown-tomentose especially beneath; flowers large, yellow, in terminal panicles; calyx 3-5 lobed, 2-2.5 cm long, rusty tomentose; corolla 5-6 cm across, tube 3-4 cm long, lobes subequal, tomentose outside; capsule clindrical 40-90 cm long, 2-3 cm broad.

Commonly planted in Delhi in parks and roadsides.


Beautiful Shots Sir. This is also common in Karnal and at few places in Panipat Also

Bignoniaceae Week ::Haplophragma adenophyllum at Mumbai :: PKA4:  Bot. name: Haplophragma adenophyllum
Family:
Bignoniaceae
Date/Time: 22-05-2011 / 08:50AM
Location: Sagar Upvan, Colaba, Mumbai
Habitat: Cultivated
Plant Habit: Tree

Uploaded by … and me under name Fernandoa adenophylla



Bignoniaceae Week : Haplophragma adenophyllum : Katsagon/Marodphali : MNP,Mumbai : 080113 : AK: Adding pods of Marodphali seen in Maharashtra Nature Park, Mumbai.

Have yet to take good pictures of the flowers.
Seen a lot of them but usually high up or low light.


Heterophragma:  Here are pods of Heterophrgama on a leafless tree, in Nehru Park, New Delhi.


 

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Bignoniaceae week :: Nonnatives : SMP :Haplophragma adenophylla : Kolkata: Haplophragma adenophylla Syn. Fernandoa adenophylla
Observed this huge tree in Kolkata Botanical garden in Dec 2010


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Re: Tree id (Long Curled Seed Pod) 11 posts by 7 authors. Attachments (2 + 5).

Can some one help me with the id of this tree. The long seed pods found on the ground and the one hanging on the tree were empty.
Only once I had seen a flower fallen on the ground. A bell shaped flower similar to Crecentia cujete flower but the texture was completely different


Bignoniaceae, Radermachera?

Stereospermum chelonoides (L.f.) DC (= S. suaveolens (Roxb.) DC); in this fruits are shorter. it is called padiri, the roots are dasamoola ingredient. In T. tetragonum pods are longer and 4 angled. 


Tree For ID : Mumbai : 06JUN15 : AK-4 : 04/04 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)
A large tree in a cultivated garden in Mumbai.

Could not get closer pics.


This is Fernandoa adenophylla, a native of north-east India. Please check the archives of this group for my photographs of this.


Thank you … for the id. I have seen the pods at MNP earlier.

 

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This is a tree found in parks in Delhi. 
Flowers : Dark yellow
Location : Delhi, Parks, Planted
Tree Size : Large
Fruits: Long twisted Pods. 
Will share more photos after ID.


Fernandoa adenophylla


Heteropragma adenophylla.

or synonym i know this as haplophragma adenophylla

seems it has some weird synonyms per Gurcharanji’s thread 
Fernandoa adenophylla (Wall. ex G. Don) Steenis, Blumea 23:135. 1976

Syn: Haplophragma adenophyllum (Wall. ex G. Don) Dop; Bignonia adenophylla Wall. ex G. Don;; Heterophragma adenophyllum (Wall. ex G. Don) Seem. ex Benth. & Hook. f.;  Spathodea adenophylla (Wall. ex G. Don) DC.”


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This is a tree found in parks in Delhi. 
Names as per previous post for ID : Fernandoa adenophylla, Heteropragma adenophyll, Heteropragma adenophylla.
Tree Description : Large garden tree with dark yellow flowers and long twisted pods
Flowers : Dark yellow
Location : Delhi, Parks, Planted
Tree Size : Large
Fruits: Long twisted Pods. 
Will share more photos after ID.


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i have seen it in the botanical garden in Shibpur but its not common in parks in the cities around southern ganges delta.

nice to see flowers and the later appearing pods in the same post.

I am not exactly sure about it’s full bloom season. But it is not now. All photos are current.
I think these are some late flowers. Just a few 2-3 on  a tree. Hence the pods are in plenty.
These are very common in Delhi.
Pls ID : 13 posts by 7 authors. Attachments (3)
Pls ID this tree. 
Pic taken date: 26 April, 2020
Place: In agriculture field
Near Bhishi, Tal Chimur, dist. Chandrapur


It is Petrea volubilis


No, Not Petrea volubilis as per images and details herein.


Looks like Fernandoa. It wold help if there were some flowers or fruit


Thanks a lot. I will see the flowers or fruit. 


it looks like Semecarpus anacardium to me.

I’m confused as the leaves appear to be compound


I too think it is Fernandoa adenophylla…


Another plant pics. with young leaves. Location is the same, Chandrapur dist of Maharashtra in agriculture farm. 


I will also go with Fernandoa adenophylla. Let … have a look again.


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