Hibiscus tiliaceus L. var. tiliaceus, Sp. Pl. 2: 694 694 1753 (Syn: (≡) Talipariti tiliaceum (L.) Fryxell);
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tah-lip-uh-RYE-tee
— derived from Tamil name (தாளிப்பருத்தி tali-p-parutti) of the plant … Dave’s Botanary
til-ee-AH-see-um — resembling Tilia genus; referring to the similarity in the leaves … Dave’s Botanary
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commonly known as: beach hibiscus, coastal cottonwood, coastal hibiscus, cottontree, cottonwood hibiscus, green cottonwood, mahoe, sea hibiscus, sea-coast rose-mallow, tree mallow, yellow mallow treeAssamese: ৰত্নাকৰ ফুল ratnakara phulaBengali: বোলা bola, হলদে বোলা halade bola, ছেলবা chelaba, সমুদ্রজবা samudrajabaHindi: बोला bola, चेल्वा chelwa, पोला polaKannada: ಬಿಳಿಪಟ್ಟ bilipatta, ಕಾರ್ಕ್ ಬೆಂಡು kaark bendu, ಸಮುದ್ರ ತೀರದತ್ತಿ samudra theeradatthiKonkani: बेलीपटा belipata, खारीकापुसी kharikapusiMalayalam: തൈപ്പരുത്തി thaipparuttiMarathi: बेलपटा belpataOdia: ବଣିଆ bania, ବଣିଆଁ bananyaSanskrit: बला balaTamil: நீர்ப்பருத்தி nir-p-parutti, தாளிப்பருத்தி tali-p-paruttiTelugu: చేరిగోగు cherigogu, ఎర్రగోగు erragogu, ఎట్టగోగు ettagogu
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Evergreen shrub or small tree with ovate to orbicular unlobed leaves 7-20 cm long, large stipules; flowers clustered near ends of branches, epicalyx forming a 7-12-toothed cup; petals up to 7 cm long, yellowish or white when young with brownish red base, fading to orange-yellow to deep red; staminal column included.
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Malvaceae Week: Talipariti tiliaceum from Delhi: Talipariti tiliaceum (L.) Fryxell, Contr. Univ. Michigan Herb. 23: 258, 2001
syn: Hibiscus tiliaceous L.
Common names: Beach hibiscus, cotton tree, Hawaiian tree hibiscus, linden hibiscus, mahoe, ountain mahoe, sea hibiscus
Evergreen shrub or small tree with ovate to orbicular unlobed leaves 7-20 cm long, large stipules; flowers clustered near ends of branches, epicalyx forming a 7-12-toothed cup; petals up to 7 cm long, yellowish or white when young with brownish red base, fading to orange-yellow to deep red; staminal column included.
Photographed from Delhi University campus.

Yes … it is common to confuse the two. Perhaps these points should help

Thespesia ppopulnea                                             Hibibcus tiliaceous now Talipariti tiliaceum

Stipules linear-lanceolate, 5-8 mm long           Stipules foliaceous, clasping stem, 1-3 cm long
Flowers solitary axillary                                    Flowers clustered at ends of branches
Pedicel jointed                                                  Pedicel not jointed
Epicalyx segments 3                                         Epicalyx cupular, 7-12 toothed
Staminal column 1 cm long                               Staminal column 3 cm long
Capsule 5-celled, 2-4 seeds in each cell           10 celled, seeds many



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Plant for ID SMP2 10/1/2011: From Kolkata botanical garden. A Malvaceae member: a small tree. Most of the open flowers were on the floor and only un opened buds were observed on the plant Time around 12:00 Midday.



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ID Confirmation Requested_17052011_DSSN1: On Jan 2, 2011 I posted a pic of a tree , seeng ID- the Title was ‘For Identifica​tion_02012​011_DS_SN’
I got sme responses, one from .. – suggesting Paras Pepal or Thespesia populnea. Since at that time no flowers were there, I thought I will keep watch for the flower.
Now the tree flowers – the pic of the same tree is attached. Please confirm the Id.
Another suggestion was Dombeya natalensis from …


Hibiscus tiliaceus


i think thespesia populanae belong to family malvaceae small tree


Should not be confused with thespesia populnea. Although it has similar leaves, but the flowers are totally different, solitary axillary, with only 3 epicalyx , calyx cupular bell-like with almost truncate limb.

Here the flowers are borne on a peduncle, epicalyx segments are longer and 7-10 in number, and calyx not cupular. It is Hibiscus tiliaceus.


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For Identification_02012011_DS_SN3:  The tree looks beautiful with dense foliage – shot in Howrah garden today.


Dombeya natalensis i suppose….


Is it flowering tree?  I have seen similar tree in Kerala called “Poduni” in Malayalam.


here i rectify my mistake the plant which i had earlier assumed to be Dombeya netalensis is actually Hibiscus tiliaceus. this time i am sure..


Finally identified as Hibiscus tiliaceus as per another thread:
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Malvaceae week: Thespesia populnea from Arunachal_RKC03_090911: Thespesia populnea for you. Loc.: Itanagar, Arunachal pradesh (ca 280m)

Date: 2008


Close up of side view please. To me it looks like Hibiscus tiliaceus!!


Oh…Yes! You are right sir! Actually I was also a little doubtful about the identity and unfortunately I don’t have other photographs.



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090911-MS -45- Malvaceae week – ID requested.: I am attaching the photographs of Malvaceae member ( Thespesia sps.?)  for identification.   Photographed on 21.12.2010.

Place:   Park on Nirmithi Kendra Road, Bogadi , Mysore



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ID please: Kindly help me to identify this malvaceae member
Habit:- Tree
Place:- Kerala
GPS:- Longitude- 76.23.4.20

Latitude- 9.37.8.40


I hope Hibiscus tiliaceus L.



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Talipariti tiliaceum, (L.) Fryxell <=> Sea Hibiscus Tree – Bangalore – RA:  Sea Hibiscus is an evergreen small, spreading tree to 25 ft high and nearly as wide.

The alternate leaves have long petioles and are heart shaped with pointed tips. They are leathery, whitish and pubescent beneath, and 4-8 in long.
The blossoms of Sea Hibiscus are typical Hibiscus flowers: funnel shaped with five petals and a prominent central column which bears the stamens and the pistil. They are bright yellow with a deep red centre upon opening. Over the course of the day, the flowers deepen to orange and finally red before they fall.

The branches of the tree often curve over time and the wood has been used for seacraft construction, firewood, wood carving and many other uses. The inner bark of the tree has been used by Hawaiian Polynesians to make rope. This tree has been widely used as a bonsai in many Asian countries, particularly in Taiwan.


Yes … Very good photographs

I find another big confusion created by The PLant List (I find it more often now as I compare more and more names).
GRIN considers Hibiscus tiliaceus as accepted name (updated on 14 May 2012), and related plant H. tiliaceus subsp. hastatus as Hibiscus hastatus
The Plant List recognises Hibiscus tiliaceus L. as accepted name but considers H. hastatus L.f. as synonym of Talipariti tiliaceum (L.) Fryxell

With such glaring mistakes, I wonder if they have any specialists on their panel.


I have used only GRIN names in almost all cases except when it is not available, used plant list name.

I think I missed in this case. Thanks for pointing it out.



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Thespesia populnea (L.)Solnd.ex Corr.(?) from Guwahati. : Attaching images of what looks like �Thespesia populnea (L.)Solnd.ex Corr.
Date :
18/11/12
Location:
Maligaon, Guwahati-11 [Dist- Kamrup(Metro)]
Habitat:
Grows on road side
Habit :Tree
Family : Malvaceae
Genus & species : Thespesia populnea (L.)Solnd.ex Corr.(?)
Flower :
Large flower bud, Yellow in colour
Fruits :not seen


Although open flowers are not seen but surely it is not Thespesia in which calyx is small, cup-shaped and truncate. This should be Hibiscus tiliaceus. Calyx lobes are long and linear-lanceolate, and two bracteoles on the pedicel are clearly seen in the 6th photograph.


Yes This may not Be Thespesia.



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Help Id P1280482/84 :  Attachments (2).  8 posts by 5 authors.

Help in Id this tree.
Found in cultivated garden in  IIT Bombay, Powai, Mumbai. Its about 10 feet in height. No flowers were observed.


Thespesia sp.


Just a guess. Talipariti hamabo.


It may be Hibiscus tiliaceus.


Yes, I agree with … for H. tiliaceus.


May be we all are referring to the same thing. To my knowledge, it is also Talipariti tiliaceum.



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ID of a Shrub : 03032014 : RV 1  : Attachments (6).  4 posts by 3 authors.

Please kindly help to identify this shrub seen flowering in Heritage Garden, Powai on 5th June,13.


I think it is Hibiscus tiliaceum var. alba

Experts may validate…..


Talipariti tiliaceum ‘Variegata’

Variegated Mahoe, Tricolor Hibiscus



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ID Request 240414SG  : 5 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (3).

Please help identify this tree 25-30ft at Tembhurni, Maharashtra. Photo 19Mar14.


May be Tespesia


It looks like Thespesia populnea


Hibiscus tiliaceus, a cultivated small tree.



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Malvaceae Fortnight: Hibiscus tiliaceus from Coimbatore -BRS JULY05/05 : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2)
Sharing the images of Hibiscus tiliaceus from Coimbatore.



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here are few snaps of Hibiscus tiliaceus from Botanical garden Calcutta. Please confirm.



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Hibiscus tiliaceous L.
Syn: Talipariti tiliaceum (L.) Fryxell,

Common names: Beach hibiscus, cotton tree, Hawaiian tree hibiscus,  linden hibiscus, mahoe, ountain mahoe, sea hibiscus
Evergreen shrub or small tree with ovate to orbicular unlobed leaves 7-20 cm long, large stipules; flowers clustered near ends of branches, epicalyx forming a 7-12-toothed cup; petals up to 7 cm long, yellowish or white when young with brownish red base, fading to orange-yellow to deep red; staminal column included.

Photographed from Delhi University campus.



Attached are pictures of Hibiscus tiliaceum var. alba captured at a cultivated garden in Mumbai in June 2013.

Requested to validate the ID.


I think you are right. It’s Hibiscus tiliaceus    


For me the ID seems to be correct except for the variety, which I am not sure.  I wish to know whether all the photographs belong to one tree or different trees.


Thanks … for the feedback. All the photographs belong to the same tree. Not all the leaves of that tree were variegated, some were completely green.


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Small evergreen tree from Karnataka.
Bot. name: Hibiscus tiliaceus

Good photographs indeed.



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Garden Plant For ID : Lalbagh,Bangalore : 03FEB17 : AK-3 : 6 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1)

At Lalbagh in the first week of Jan,17.

Malvaceae?


Can this be Hibiscus tiliaceum var. alba?


Thanks for suggested id.

Probably it should be Hibiscus tiliaceus var. Tricolor.


The correct name is Talipariti tiliaceum ‘Tricolor’, of Malvaceae.

And the one in my earlier post a Syn.



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ID request 28112017CP2 : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)
Some Malvaceae member?  Abutilon?

It is Hibiscus tiliaceus L.,


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Talipariti tiliaceum :: Nagla forest :: 07 JAN 18 : 6 posts by 4 authors. 5 images.
Nagla forest … part of Sanjay Gandhi National Park
Elevation range: sea level to about 600 ft asl … January 7, 2018
Talipariti tiliaceum (L.) Fryxell … (family: Malvaceae)
… better known as Hibiscus tiliaceus L.


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Fwd: Hibiscus tiliaceus L.? : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)
Sorry for poor quality of the photographs.

Appears so as per images at


To me too, Hibiscus tiliaceus.


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identify this tree : 6 posts by 4 authors. 4 images.
please find attached file to identify this tree

It may be Hibiscus tiliaceous, for clear identification flower or fruit is required.


When and where these images were clicked ?

I also feel … may be right.


last month clicked this images in ichalkaranji dist. Kolhapur Maharashtra


I agree with Hibiscus tiliaceous



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in Department of Social Welfare, Delhi University on 6 August, 2009; in Department of Social Welfare, Delhi University on 6 August, 2009; Please identify this sapling 2 – efloraofindia | Google Groups Hibiscus tiliaceous two subspecies – indiantreepix | Google Groups Hibiscus tiliaceous two subspecies – indiantreepix | Google Groups


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SK 2313 13 December 2019 : 5 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (5)
Location: Koh Chang, Thailand
Date: 10 December 2019
Elevation: MSL
Habitat : Wild

Looks like Thespesia populnea


It could be Hibiscus tiliaceus.


the leaf, venation of the leaf and the ripe open seed pods remind me of Hibiscus tiliaceus. so agree with …


I agree ! I have actually seen those dehisced fruits and flowering branches, more than flowers.



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via Species‎ > ‎T‎ > Talipariti tiliaceum (L.) Fryxell … family: Malvaceae

Flowers of India Discussions at efloraofindia more views in flickr more views on Google Earth
tah-lip-uh-RYE-tee — derived from Tamil name (தாளிப்பருத்தி tali-p-parutti) of the plantDave’s Botanary
til-ee-AH-see-um — resembling Tilia genus; referring to the similarity in the leavesDave’s Botanary
commonly known as: beach hibiscus, coastal cottonwood, coastal hibiscus, cottontree, cottonwood hibiscus, green cottonwood, mahoe, sea hibiscus, sea-coast rose-mallow, tree mallow, yellow mallow treeAssamese: ৰত্নাকৰ ফুল ratnakara phulaBengali: বোলা bola, হলদে বোলা halade bola, ছেলবা chelaba, সমুদ্রজবা samudrajabaHindi: बोला bola, चेल्वा chelwa, पोला polaKannada: ಬಿಳಿಪಟ್ಟ bilipatta, ಕಾರ್ಕ್ ಬೆಂಡು kaark bendu, ಸಮುದ್ರ ತೀರದತ್ತಿ samudra theeradatthiKonkani: बेलीपटा belipata, खारीकापुसी kharikapusiMalayalam: തൈപ്പരുത്തി thaipparuttiMarathi: बेलपटा belpataOdia: ବଣିଆ bania, ବଣିଆଁ bananyaSanskrit: बला balaTamil: நீர்ப்பருத்தி nir-p-parutti, தாளிப்பருத்தி tali-p-paruttiTelugu: చేరిగోగు cherigogu, ఎర్రగోగు erragogu, ఎట్టగోగు ettagogu
botanical names: Talipariti tiliaceum (L.) Fryxell … synonyms: Hibiscus abutiloides Willd. • Hibiscus tiliaceus L. • Pariti tiliaceum (L.) A.Juss. • Paritium tiliaceum (L.) A.Juss. • Thespesia tiliaceum (L.) A.Juss. … status at GBIF
March 7, 2020 … Nagla forest (part of Sanjay Gandhi National Park)


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Kannada names of Hibiscus tiliaceus : 6 posts by 3 authors.
Please help with the Kannada names of Hibiscus tiliaceus listed in ENVIS – FRLHT … bilipatta, kaark bendu, samudra theeradatthi
I have attempted to put them in native script:
bilipatta ಬಿಳಿಪಟ್ಟ … ಬಿಳಿ = white; ಪಟ್ಟ = hemp, fibre
kaark bendu ಕಾರ್ಕ್ ಬೆಂಡು … ಕಾರ್ಕ್ = cork;  ಬೆಂಡು = generic name for hibiscus fruits, may be in this context means pith
samudra theeradatthi ಸಮುದ್ರ ತೀರದತ್ತಿ … ಸಮುದ್ರ = sea; ತೀರದತ್ತಿ = ತೀರದ + ಅತ್ತಿ …  ತೀರದ = belonging to shore or coast;  ಅತ್ತಿ = some ficus
I am not sure of ; theeradatthi … please help.

At the outset I am sorry for the delay in providing clarification on  ‘theeradatthi’.  The transliteration in Kannada is ತೀರದತ್ತಿ. ತೀರದತ್ತಿ is a compound word here. The explanation is as follows :

ತೀರದತ್ತಿ = ತೀರದ + ಹತ್ತಿ  (ತೀರದ = belonging to shore or coast;  ಹತ್ತಿ = cotton fiber). Furthermore, compound word form of ತೀರದ + ಅತ್ತಿ = ತೀರದತ್ತಿ  as well as ತೀರದ + ಹತ್ತಿ : ತೀರದತ್ತಿ are written in a similar way in Kannada (as far as my knowledge goes). Therefore the confusion. In fact it can also be written as ತೀರದ ಹತ್ತಿ, to be more precise.


Thank you once again … I am going with the compound worded name: ತೀರದತ್ತಿ



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andaman_2 – indiantreepix | Google Groups Are these two trees related? – indiantreepix | Google Groups
At Mahabalipuram – Oct’09; Hibiscus ? (26.10.09 NJ) – efloraofindia | Google Groups


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tree id L-12-2016(2) : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3) – 2 Mb or more.

help me to identify the tree please


Malvaceae member?


It is malvaceae member probably thespesia I m no sure.


Not Thespesia as per comparative images herein.


Pl. check with images of & at Hildegardia populifolia Schott & Endl.

Where was it clicked ?


I think Hibiscus tiliaceus.

No chance for Hildegardia populifolia, if it was not seen in North Tamil nadu or South of Andhra.


It may be planted if my suggested is found to be correct. … may pl. clarify.


This doesn’t looks like Hildegardia populifolia even if cultivated.


No way this is not Hildegardia populifolia


Check with Hibiscus tiliaceous sir


Maybe you are right, …, as per images at Hibiscus tiliaceus L. var. tiliaceus


As desired I m sharing the pics of flowers for better identification.
4 images.


I think It is a variety of Hibiscus tiliaceus as suggested by …


 


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