Nothapodytes nimmoniana (J. Graham) Mabb., K. S. Manilal, Bot. hist. hort. Malab. 88. 1980 (Syn: (=) Mappia foetida (Wight) Miers; (=) Nothapodytes foetida (Wight) Sleumer; (≡) Premna nimmoniana J. Graham (basionym); (=) Stemonurus foetidus Wight) as per GRIN ;
Nothapodytes nimmoniana (J.Graham) Mabb., Bot. Hist. Hortus Malabaricus 189 1980. (Syn: Mappia cambodiana Pierre; Mappia championiana Miers; Mappia dimorpha Craib; Mappia foetida (Wight) Miers; Mappia foetida var. championiana (Miers) Thwaites; Mappia foetida var. gardneriana (Miers) Thwaites; Mappia gardneriana Miers; Mappia insularis (Matsum.) Hatus.; Mappia oblonga Miers; Mappia oblonga var. elliptica Miers; Mappia ovata Miers; Mappia ovata var. championiana (Miers) Trimen; Mappia ovata var. insularis Matsum.; Mappia tomentella Miers ex Valeton; Mappia tomentosa Miers; Mappia wightiana Miers; Neoleretia dimorpha (Craib) Baehni; Neoleretia foetida (Wight) Baehni; Nothapodytes dimorpha (W. G. Craib) Sleumer; Nothapodytes foetida (Wight) Sleumer; Nothapodytes gardneriana (Miers) Kosterm.; Nothapodytes oblonga (Miers) M.R.Almeida; Premna nimmoniana J.Graham; Stemonurus foetidus Wight) as per The Plant List Ver. 1.1  ;
 
Taiwan, Sri Lanka, India (Assam, Darjeeling, Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Tamil
Nadu, Kerala), Myanmar [Burma], Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam, Ryukyu Isl.,
W-Sumatra, Philippines (Luzon)
as per Catalogue of Life;

¿ noth-uh-po-DY-tees ? — Greek: nothos (false), apodytes (to strip off) … Dave’s Botanary
¿ nim-moh-NEE-yen-uh ? — named for Joseph Nimmo, who completed Graham’s catalogue … Indian Journal of History of Science, 17 (2) : 353 – 364

commonly known asfetid hollystinking tree • Kannadaದುರ್ನಾತದ ವರ durnaathada maraದುರ್ವಾಸನೆ ಮರ durvaasane mara • Konkani:घाणेरा ghanera • Malayalamപീനാറി peenari • Marathiअमृता amrutaघाणेरा ghaneraकाळागुरा kalaguraनरक्या narkya • Tamilஅரளி araliசொறிலை corilaiபில்லிபிச்சு pillipiccu


Can anyone help me in identifying this plant? Is this Mappia foetida used for anti-cancer properties ?
Date / Time – 22nd aug. 2010 / 04.00 pm.
Location – Place /Altitude / GPS – Amboli
Habitat – Garden/ Urban/ Wild / Type – Wild
Plant Habit – Tree/Shrub / Climber /Herb – Shrub

Height /Length –  2-3ft


Yes …, it is. New name : Nothapodytes nimmoniana.

yes this is Mappia foetida
 

 


 

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The local name is Narkya or Ghanera. Attachments (1)


Thanx …
As the smell of the flower is very rotten -(like Sulphur) -earlier it was known as “Narkya” in Marathi meaning “Hell”. But after the discovery of  its anti-carcinogenic properties, its being called “अमृत्या“. Unfortunately the local people are uprooting the plant for sale and it is getting extinct.


Lovely information the same thing happened with Taxus the plant is poisonous but when pleople came to know about it anti-cancerous activity they started exploiting it !!!!


 

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Nothapodytes nimmoniana from Western ghats : 4 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (3)

 

Nothapodytes nimmoniana (Icacinaceae) for your perusal.
Date/Time- 20th September, 2009
Location- Place, Altitude, GPS- Kemmanagundi, Karnataka.
Habitat- Garden/ Urban/ Wild/ Type- wild
Plant Habit- Tree/ Shrub/ Climber/ Herb- Tree
Height/Length- ca 4 m high

 

 


 

This species (synonym is Mappia foetida) has been included in the Red List category for its potential use for the treatment of cancer, after the recent discovery of Camptothecin alkoloid in the plant.


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Mappia foetida:  Today at Kanakeshwar, Alibag
Mappia foetida (Nothapodytes)
Marathi Names: Naraki, Amruta


Nothapodytes nimmoniana of  Icacinaceae.
An important medicinal plant because of the drug Camptothecin, that is used in treating cancer. Camphothecin is present in the bark of N. nimmoniana and is extracted commercially.


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Request for ID – 040910SC1:  Attachments (1)
Can anyone help me in identifying this plant?
Date / Time – 21st Aug. 2010 / 10.00 am.
Location – Place /Altitude / GPS – Amboli
Habitat – Garden/ Urban/ Wild / Type – Wild
Plant Habit – Tree/Shrub / Climber /Herb – Shrub
Height /Length –  2-3ft

Probably, Mappia foetida (Nothapodytes nimmoniana).


It looks like some species of Pavetta.


I agree with … on Pavetta crassicaulis. Nothapodytes should have been in flowers. I also agree with .. on ‘wanting’ information..


I think this is Nothapodytes nimmoniana i.e. Narakya.
Leaves are with tiny holes, which probably seen in Narakya only.
Pavetta leaf for comparison.


I think your plant is Nothapodytes nimmoniana but having holes in the leaves is not diagonistic to this plant. These holes may be dure to insect or fungal invasion! Kindly check couple of more photos from the link provided below, an intact plant doesn’t have these holes.
http://www.biotik.org/india/species/n/nothnimm/nothnimm_en.html


the leaves are clustered at the end of the branches and are not opposite, so it should be Mappia foetida.


I know this is not a sign for ID, but I said probably seen in Mappia foetida.
Almost 90% of the photoes on your thread also showing this feature. Only tender leaves are not showing. Also one thing is that Branches are having small white dotts which may be absent in Pavetta. Pavetta leaf held against sunlight shows bacterial glands. Which are absent in Mappia foetida.


Nothapodytes nimmoniana (syn. Mappia foetida, Nothapodytes foetida, Stemonurus foetidus, Premna nimmoniana) … is commonly known as: fetid tree, stinking plant • Kannada: ದುರ್ವಾಸನೆ ಮರ durvaasane mara • Konkani: घाणेरा ghanera • Malayalam: പീനാറി pinaari • Marathi: घाणेरा ghanera, नरक्या narkya • Tamil: அரளி arali, பில்லிபிச்சு pillipiccu


As per The Plant List, there are two different accepted species as below:
http://www.theplantlist.org/tpl/record/tro-50249349 (Nothapodytes foetida (Wight) Sleumer  Syn: Mappia foetida (Wight) Miers)
http://www.theplantlist.org/tpl/record/tro-50323224 (Nothapodytes nimmoniana (J. Graham) Mabb.)
What’s the correct name for the posted species ?” from me.”


Nothapodytes nimmoniana 100%


Yes it is Nothapodytes nimmoniana (Graham) Mabb. (syn. Mappia foetida) from family Icacinaceae
Locally Narkya in Maharashtra,,,
illegally seeds and barks of the plant are exported from the forest as they are used in disease Cancer. (Alkaloid Camptothecin is extracted)


Thanks, … But both these plants are different & not synonyms as per The Plant List as per detals below:
“As per The Plant List, these are two different accepted species as below:
http://www.theplantlist.org/tpl/record/tro-50249349 (Nothapodytes foetida (Wight) Sleumer  Syn: Mappia foetida (Wight) Miers)
http://www.theplantlist.org/tpl/record/tro-50323224 (Nothapodytes nimmoniana (J. Graham) Mabb.)”


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Requesting id of fruiting plant from Talakaveri: please find attached fruiting plants photos for id.
Date/Time- 06.11.2010/ 13.15
Location- Place, Altitude, GPS- TALAKAVERI, KODAGU, KARNATAKA, 4350 FT
Habitat- Garden/ Urban/ Wild/ Type- WESTERN GHAT, HIGH ELEVATION evergreen forest
Plant Habit- Tree/ Shrub/ Climber/ Herb-  Shrub or a small tree

Mappia foetida (= Nothapodytes nimmoniana).


As per The Plant List, these are two different accepted species as below:
http://www.theplantlist.org/tpl/record/tro-50249349 (Nothapodytes foetida (Wight) Sleumer  Syn: Mappia foetida (Wight) Miers<http://www.theplantlist.org/tpl/record/tro-50249351> )
http://www.theplantlist.org/tpl/record/tro-50323224 (Nothapodytes nimmoniana (J. Graham) Mabb.)

What’s the correct name for the posted species

i think this is mappia foitida (नरक्या )


Nothapodytes nimmoniana (Graham) Mabb. (Syn . Mappia foetida)


According to the plant list Nothapodytes foetida (Wight) Sleumer and Nothapodytes nimmoniana (J. Graham) Mabb. are two different species and Mappia foetida (Wight) Miers is a synonym of N. foetida.

Please share if someone has any relevant reference in this regard.

Montane tree for identification 220412MK02:  Please help me to identify this small tree species. I saw this on roadside en route Gudalur from Ooty. The leaves are more leathery and about 15cm long bearing red fruits of c.1.5cm long. Could this be any Euphorbiaceae?
Date: 07 March 2012
Location: Nilgiris dist., TN

Altitude: c. 1400 M ASL


This is Nothapodytes nimmoniana of Iccacinaceae family.


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281011-MS – 62- Tree ID requested: Please identify the tree . Photos taken on 23.10.11. Near Abbi Falls, Coorg.


Nothapodytes nimmoniana (J. Graham) Mabb of Icacinaceae family


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Came across this tree on the trek route from “Kas to Mahabaleshwar“. Locals call this by name “Narkya“.
Bot. name: Nothapodytes nimmoniana (Graham) Mabb (Mappia Foetida)

 

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Nothapodytes foetida: Nothapodytes foetida
Family : Icacinaceae
Observed in Mahabaleshwar
Oct 2011.


 

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Untitled document: Was just playing around with the same plant posted earlier. I could post two images in one mail …That’s good.
Initially I thought a click was necessary to view the images but not so if you select the proper option.
Nathopodytes foetida
Earlier Mappia foetida.


Mappia foetida or Nothapodytes nimmoniana – confusion:

I have seen members using Nothapodytes nimmoniana (Syn . Mappia foetida) in different posts, while they are two different species as per The Plant List.
As per The Plant List, these are two different accepted species as below:
http://www.theplantlist.org/tpl/record/tro-50249349 (Nothapodytes foetida (Wight) Sleumer Syn: Mappia foetida (Wight) Miers)
http://www.theplantlist.org/tpl/record/tro-50323224 (Nothapodytes nimmoniana (J. Graham) Mabb.)
What’s the correct name for the species found in India ?
Is it Mappia foetida or Nothapodytes nimmoniana ?.

May I request somebody to solve the mystery ?


 

To solve this mystery some one will have to procure paper by Mabberley in Taxon 29: 606. 1980.
This may provide us the real clue. At this stage I have to state just this much
1. In Flora of British India four species of Mappia are described all from Western Peninsula and hills of South India:
Mappia foetida Miers
M. ovata Miers
M. tomentosa Miers
M. oblonga Miers

2. Mappia foetida of Miers is different from Stemonurus foetidus Wight on which combination Nothapodytes foetida (Wight) Sleumer is made


As far as I remember, in ‘Flora of India’ (BSI), Mappia foetida has been treated under Nothapodytes nimmoniana. But I too believe that these plants need to be carefully worked out once again.


Please find attached herewith the requested paper and It says;

Nothapodytes foetida (Wight) Sleumer (Icacinaceae) =N. nimmoniana (J. Grah.) Mabberley (Premna nimmoniata J. Grah., Cat. PI. Bombay: 155 (1839))”.

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Mappia foetida: Flowers of Mappia foetida (Nothapodytes nimmoniana)
Local Marathi name: Naraki
Today at Kanakeshwar,Alibag


 

Thanks for sharing the foul smelling flowers of medicinal plant Narkya.

Kaas week : mappia foetida: Mappia foetida नरक्य
 

 


 

 

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nothapodytes nimmonia:  nothapodytes nimmonia

a few weeks ago in mahabeleshwar
 

 

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Tree for ID : SMP1 15 Dec 2012:  In Mid Dec 2012. I saw a pair of Indian Giant squirrel in Mahabaleshwar.
Trying to find out which tree the pair was relishing on. It was a large tree. The closest picture of the fruits is attached as IMG 0356s.


It looks like Nothapodytes foetida. The pics of the squirrel are beautiful!


Supporting …


I too agree that this is Nothopodytes.

Now, while looking at The Plant List, I am confused by seeing N. foetida and N. nimmoniana as two different species.
Can someone clarify?
FRI database treat them as synonyms (there is no N. nimmoniana in their list!)

http://www.biotik.org/india/species/n/nothnimm/nothnimm_en.html


This issue has already been discussed a lot.
Finally we have decided to go as per efi site link in the matter:

and as per earlier efi thread: https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=en&fromgroups#!topic/indiantreepix/S30v3EzbuZQ


Does it look like Psychotria similar to … plant?


It is not Psychotria it looks like Nothapodytes


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Request for flower ID (x-2) : Attachments (2). 3 posts by 3 authors.

Requesting id for this flower (picture taken at Kaas). I think it is same flower; one picture was taken early Sep and another late Sep in 2012.


Nothapodytes foetida
Icacinaceae

नरक्या


yes Nothapodytes foetida

नरक्या
 

 


 

 

 

 

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ANSEPT33 Nothapodytes nimmonia : 7 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (6).

 

Identified by …
Charmady Ghat
14th September 2014


 

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Lovely images, such captures make identification possible..


Yes, nice pictures!


Very nice. As … said such detailed photography does make id easier in known cases and possible to do differentiation //going down the key easier in lesser known sampling

May be this thread should be marked as one to look at as an example???


 

Very good pictures.
A small correction in name. To make the post searchable.
Nothapodytes nimmoniana
Family : Icacinaceae
 

 

via Species‎ > ‎N‎ >
Nothapodytes nimmoniana (Graham) Mabb. … family: Icacinaceae

Flowers of India Discussions at efloraofindia more views in flickr more views on Google Earth
¿ noth-uh-po-DY-tees ? — Greek: nothos (false), apodytes (to strip off) … Dave’s Botanary
¿ nim-moh-NEE-yen-uh ? — named for Joseph Nimmo, who completed Graham’s catalogue … Indian Journal of History of Science, 17 (2) : 353 – 364
commonly known asfetid hollystinking tree • Kannadaದುರ್ನಾತದ ವರ durnaathada maraದುರ್ವಾಸನೆ ಮರ durvaasane mara • Konkani:घाणेरा ghanera • Malayalamപീനാറി peenari • Marathiअमृता amrutaघाणेरा ghaneraकाळागुरा kalaguraनरक्या narkya • Tamilஅரளி araliசொறிலை corilaiபில்லிபிச்சு pillipiccu
botanical namesNothapodytes nimmoniana (J. Graham) Mabb. … synonymsMappia foetida (Wight) Miers • Nothapodytes foetida(Wight) Sleumer • Premna nimmoniana J. Graham (basionym) • Stemonurus foetidus Wight … NPGS / GRIN


 … most probably this plant is distributed in Gujarat, any local name ?


This plant does not feature in some of the references that I have checked – the Flora of Gujarat State by GL Shah etc. Am also not aware of any report of this plant from Gujarat

 

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Amboli Ghat :: ID please :: DVJAN100 : 4 posts by 3 authors. 5 images.

Amboli Ghat Maharashtra

Date: 23 DEC 2014 … Altitude: from 400 m to 700 m asl
This plant could be a tree or shrub, not sure. The ovoid fruit measure about an inch long.

ID please


 

Check for Nothapodytes nimmoniana


Thank you very much, … !
It must be Nothapodytes nimmoniana !!

 

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ANFEB14 Nothapodytes nimmoniana : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (10)

Family: Icacinaceae
Date: November 2014
Place: Nelliyampathy, Palakkad, Kerala
Habit: Tree
 

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identification no 040815sn1 : 6 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (6)

Kindly help in identification.

date/time:oct14
location:aambyvalley rd.,lonavala,pune
habitat:wild
plant habit:?

height:goes upto 6-7 ft.


Nothopodyotis nimmoniana possibly!!!


This is Narkya / Ghanera [Nothapodytes nimmoniana]. It was previously called Mappia foetida.


Family: Icacinaeae. i see that not much is written up that defines its tree properly, what a family, though tropical. not much studied. may be not economically important? i wonder. By the way nice diagnosis for such an uncommon specimen. …, did Dr ALmeida describe it?

Dr. Almeida has in his ‘Flora of Maharashtra’, Vol. 1 changed it’s name to Nothopodytes [not Nothapodytes] oblonga [Miers.] comb. nov.

Frequent at higher altitudes. Have encountered it at Mahabaleshwar, Amboli and Khandala.
A drug extracted from it’s bark has anticancerous properties.
 

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Nothapodytes nimmoniana—for sharing and validation : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (1)

Pic taken at Aambyvalley rd., Lonavala, Pune in Aug.,15


 

could you share me your contact number. i have to discuss about this plant. i want this plant for my research purpose. from where to collect this plant. please help me.


 

Pl. see details at Nothapodytes nimmoniana
 

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Nothapodytes mimmoniana—-for sharing : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)

photo taken at Aambyvalley Rd., Lonavala, Pune in Oct 15.

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pls identify : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1).

Sielnt valley

october


Any more details & any more photos ?


 

May be Nothapodytes nimmoniana
 

 


 

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SK1255 04 JUL 2018 : 5 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (9)- around 700 kb each.

Location:  Kalimpong, WB, India
Date: 10 May 2018
Altitude: 4300 ft.
Habit : Wild
Looks matching to my earlier post : but former is a dangling shrub whereas this one is a tall tree.

Pl. check with images at Nothapodytes nimmoniana

Looks matching …. But confused about the height of the tree. It was about 50/60 ft. And the another was like dangling shrub about 9/10 ft. I guess. It is not listed in Nepal also.


Pl. check details and distribution at efi site link.


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Premna serratifolia L. ?? : 8 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (8)- around 700 kb each.

Same plant on 15 May 2018.
Premna serratifolia L.  ??
Syn: Premna integrifolia L. ??

Looks different from images at Premna serratifolia L.

Yes, may be .

Could someone help for ID ?

Leaves appear close to Premna esculenta, but fruits look different.
Also does not matches with nay species available so far in efi at Premna

It may be other than Premna sp. …!

Yes. I agree. Some other species.

Pl. check with images at Nothapodytes nimmoniana

About Mappia foetida habitat.. : 2 posts by 1 author
i want mappia foetida seeds can anyone help me identifying this seeds and plant.

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at kanakeshwar, Alibag; Amboli; 06.11.2010- TALAKAVERI, KODAGU, KARNATAKA, 4350 FT;
Nothopodytes oblonga syn. Mappia foetida – efloraofindia | Google Groups

This tree was seen by the roadside in the Tamhini ghat near Pune, MH in Aug 2019.

Requested to please ID.


Most probably Nothapodytes nimmoniana.


Premna sp?


Ma’am, I hope …, is correct,

Thanks … This was suggested by a fellow traveller, but there was no smell (foetid) around these flowers, so was doubtful.

Thanks … for validating it.


thanks, that prompted me to search, because memory can be treacherous sometimes but I was correct in saying Premna sp….  I should have looked it up first….
then I would have been sure, instead of ? marking.
on our own page its indian names include “commonly known asfetid hollystinking tree  etc and in Marathi: narakya
and on our own/same  page synonyms include Premna nimmoniana J.Graham; and Mappia foetida
Donot know why there was not any fetid smell in this case… may be flowers too old? rain or a variety that no body has documented it yet?

something to investigate further, I think. good case


 


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