Lannea coromandelica ?;
This can be Lannea coromandelica…though I’m not fully sure.
I also think on the same lines as ……. the leaves are a bit different though.
I second …, otherwise I was to go for L coromandelica
The flowers have reddish tinge, which I haven’t seen on other Lannea coromandelica I have seen.
The leaves look bit different, so attaching one more picture
Leaves don’t support for Lannea coromandelica.
Fwd: Identification of tree : 5 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (2).
Is it a kind of Quercus?
Please check for Lannea coromandelica. I am not able to confirm in the absence of photographs of the leaves and the close up of individual flowers.
efi page on Lannea coromandelica
Please provide close up of photos and leaves if possible. Please mention the date/month and place where you observed it and also whether wild or planted.
its not Adenanthera pavonina
flowers are different
No, it is not Adenanthera pavonina
Tree For ID : Lalbagh,Bangalore : 04DEC14 : AK-14 : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)
Legume/ Meliaceae member ?
Thanks for suggested family.
This is the same tree posted by …
Tree For ID : Lalbagh,Bangalore : 04DEC14 : AK-14 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)
Legume/ Meliaceae member ?
It is looking close to Boswellia ovalifolia.
But it’s not … because leaflets petiolate,
Schrebera swietenioides, leaflets lanceolate, acute larger, it may be some exotic tree, better we can confirm with Lalbag authorities or look for label when we go to Lalbag. Here it is vegetative.
131218 SD01 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)
Please assist with Plant (tree) ID.
Location Aravalli biodiversity park, Delhi-NCR
Taken in end November
The ID by … seems to be correct. Plenty of these trees in Chennai coastal area.
It looks like Lannea coromandelica
Where and when?
Shot by a friend in Chennai y’day (16.5.22)
Lannea coromandelica. It is the flowering season of this tree.
I am having doubts as such long drooping inflorescence is not found in
May I request you to pl. post images of the whole tree, bark etc.
Sure, Sir. Will ask my friend soon.
I too believe this is Lannea coromandelica … though the pendulous inflorescences are relatively longer than usual. Yet, validating comments are needed.
Isn’t it more in line with the male tree of Mallotus nudiflorus (L.) Kulju & Welzen [Euphorbiaceae]?
These inflorescences are longer than usual, but the flowers match with Lannea coromandelica.
In Mallotus there are no petals
But aren’t these unusually long inflorescences quite unlike the “terminal”, “compound” racemes of Lannea? The staminate flowers of Mallotus nudiflorus are said to have 2 to 4 sepals.
It appears different from both.