Jasminum nervosum Lour., Fl. Cochinch. 20 1790. (Syn: Jasminum amplexicaule var. elegans (Hemsl.) Kobuski; Jasminum anastomosans Wall. ex DC.; Jasminum anastomosans Wall. ex A. DC.; Jasminum anastomosans var. silhetense (Blume) C.B.Clarke; Jasminum cinnamomifolium var. axillare Kobuski; Jasminum elegans (Hemsl.) Yamam. [Illegitimate]; Jasminum finlaysonianum Wall. & G.Don; Jasminum hemsleyi Yamam.; Jasminum laurifolium var. villosum H.Lév.; Jasminum lindleyanum Blume; Jasminum nervosum var. elegans (Hemsl.) L.C.Chia; Jasminum nervosum var. villosum (H.Lév.) L.C.Chia; Jasminum silhetense Blume; Jasminum smalianum Brandis; Jasminum stenopetalum Lindl.; Jasminum subtriplinerve Blume; Jasminum trinerve Roxb.; Jasminum trineuron Kobuski; Jasminum undulatum var. elegans Hemsl.);
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Common name: Wild kunda ; Manipuri:Warakki Kundo ; Telugu: Kundamu malle; Hindi: Kunda कुंद
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Assam; Bangladesh; Cambodia; China South-Central; China Southeast; East Himalaya; Hainan; Laos; Myanmar; Nepal; Ogasawara-shoto; Taiwan; Thailand; Tibet; Vietnam as per Catalogue of Life;
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Location : Dampui forest, Mizoram

Date : 02-03-2016
Habit : Climber
Habitat : Wild

Jasminum coarctatum ??


What are the species listed in your area?

No, …, It looks different.
I could not find a match as per comparative images at
It looks same as posted earlier at Jasminum species- Dampui, Mizoram

Jasminum attenuatum, J.azoricum, J.caudatum, J.coarctatum, J.dispermum, J.elongatum, J.grandiflorum, J.lanceolarium, J.laurifolium, J.listeri, J.nepalense, J.nervosum, J.scandens, J.subglandulosum, J.subtriplinerve & J.wengeri are recorded in Mizoram

Thanks, … Any keys?


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I also checked a few other species, but they did not match as per details below:

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MS March/16/09 Jasminum sp. for ID : 6 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)
Location : Dampui, Mizoram
Date : 02-03-2016
Habit : Climber with bitter leaves
Habitat : Wild


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


Seems to be a Jasminum species.


Jasminum elongatum ?


It does not match with images of Jasminum elongatum


It will an addition to efi as we do not have this species so far at Jasminum

Jasminum nervosum Loureiro as per discussions at MS Nov, 2020/05 Jaminum sp. for Id



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Climber ID from Bangladesh SM053 : 5 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (3).
Jasminum scandens ?
Habitat: hill
Flowering: November


Jasminum sp.

Also attached here FI entry.
I attachment.


I do not think matches with images of Jasminum scandens as per the following:


Id plz: It  is a wild climbing jesmin. I have taken it from Hill. Scientific name plz


The key in FoC leads to Jasminum guangxiense. I am not sure but. The venation seems to be a good character here. However other features such as size of leaves, and floral parts also needed to confirm the id.


Jasminum guangxiense neither have distribution nor matches with the following:
http://www.efloras.org/object_page.aspx?object_id=4529&flora_id=2


What does this mean LicensableLicensable ? Jasminum adenophyllum Wall. ex C.B.Clarke ??
or Jasminum multiflorum (Burm.f.) Andrews ??


No. looks different. Pl. see POWOToptropicals and Flora fauna web


I didn’t say this is J. scandens!

Did I?
I just shared what Roxburgh described!

These images are not enough for me to identify the species, if possible at all!
Much time is wasted for the lack of plant details provided here.
However, the features I find are :
  • leaves opposite, simple and leaf blade ovate
  • 3-veined from base
  • base seems to be subcordate, apex acute to acuminate
  • bracts and calyx lobes maybe linear (not clearly visible)
Try exploring J. nervosum Lour. (there is one J. trinerve in Flora Indica, described to be “native of forests near Silhet where it blossoms in March and April”)
To explore more please visit :
Thank you.


Yes, possible as per GBIF – specimen– from Bangladesh.



References: Catalogue of Life  WCSP  The Plant List Ver. 1.1  POWO  GBIF  specimen from Assam   Flora of China  FOC illustration  Dinesh Valke’s Flickr Post  Flowers of India  India Biodiversity Portal  Wikipedia  Taibif  Bhutan Biodiversity Portal  Useful Tropical Plants 

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