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OH-lee-a — the classical Latin name for olive … Dave’s Botanary
dy-oh-EE-kuh — male and female flowers on separate plants … Dave’s Botanary
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commonly known asrose sandalwoodwild olive • Assameseপৰেং poreng • Bengaliঅট্ট জাম atta jam • Kannadaಬಿಳಿ ಸರೊಳಿ bili saroliಹೆಜ್ಜೆ ಕರಕಲು hejje karakalu,ಹೆಕ್ಕೆ ರಕಲು hekke rakaluಮದ್ಳೆ madleಸಡ್ಳಿ sadli • Lepchatimburnyok • Malayalamഇടല italaകരിവെട്ടി karivettiപാലരണ palaranaമണിത്താളി manittali,വയല vayala • Marathiकरंब karambaलौकी laukiपारजांब parjamba • Nepaliकाला किकोने kala kikoneकाला किमोनी kala kimoni • Tamilஇடலை italaiகாட்டொலிவம் kattolivam • Tuluಬಿಳಿ ಸರೊಳಿ bili saroli
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Vernacular names : Malayalam: Edana; Etala; Irippa; Karivetti; Palarana; Valiya vetila; Vayala; Vidna; Vetila Kannada: Tadale; Kalluthodli (Ref. Biotik);
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India to Myanmar as per WCSP;
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Bangladesh; India; Myanmar as per Catalogue of Life;
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India; in the Western_Ghats- throughout. as per Biotik;

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[efloraofindia:35600] Olea dioica : Attachments (4). 26 posts by 8 authors.

Continuing with my posting from Kulgi, Anashi WLS, karnataka. Here’s the fruitng of Olea dioica seen on 26 April, ’10 at Anashi.
the toothed margins of the leaves clearly seen in this case. I have seen some leaves of the same tree at Matheran, Mah.,  where the margins are not so toothed, infact our observation has been that the leaves are quite variable.


From my added link you can see the variation of leaf margin morphology in this plant.

http://www.biotik.org/india/species/o/oleadioi/oleadioi_en.html


You come up with really nice new plants. I have seen a lot of Olea europea in California but not this Olea.


Thank you … … thanks for the link too. Sir you should visit Matheran near Mumbai where this species seen a lot.


Indeed. This is a new tree for me too.


Thank you … Good to know I could show you a new tree. Would Olea europea be able to survive in Indian climate?


Olea europaeaperforms best in Mediterranean to desert climates. It performs poorly where humidity is high, but tolerates extreme heat.
I don’t really know the climate areas of India well, but I would imagine that there are areas that it would grow.
I will leave others here more familiar with the region to comment further.


Thanks … for this info. It is quite possible that some forest in India may be having a species or two of this.


Not in forests but a few trees may be planted in some hilly areas.

They say nearer the church and farther from the God, appears true for me. I just saw in Pradip kishen’s Trees of Delhi. There is one tree in Vijay Ghat, many inside Italian Embassy and lots in Embassy of Holy sea. With scorching heat in Delhi right now please don’t expect me to venture out to seek this plant. Wait for weather to cool down. In the mean time if you want to get satisfied with my California plants of Olea europea, here are they.


Yes sir, possibly in areas like Rajasthan.


They say nearer the church and farther from the God, appears true for me. I just saw in Pradip kishen’s Trees of Delhi. There is one tree in Vijay Ghat, many inside Italian Embassy and lots in Embassy of Holy sea. With scorching heat in Delhi right now please don’t expect me to venture out to seek this plant. Wait for weather to cool down. In the mean time if you want to get satisfied with my California plants of Olea europea, here are they.


I have been careless about this chain, I have at least 50 trees of Olea dioica. They are in a cool place, any one can at any time have a look at these. The fruits attract birds.


‘Olea dioica’ is called ‘Parjamb’ ‘पारजांब’ / ‘Karamba’ ‘करंबा’ in Marathi


 


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identification no120311sn1:  I thought this species confirmed as Olea dioica. However I am posting some fresh pictures taken a few days after the first pictures.



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identification no100211sn2:  This is also a tree
date/time:jan 11
location:mulshi,pune
height:fullheight,tree
other info: tiny flowers seen all over


looks like Olea dioica Linn. family: oleaceae.. plz confirm


Yes look like Olea dioica 


 


 

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Could someone identify this tree please.
The yellow flower like shoots are tender shoots of this tree which during this season is seen with a yellow pollen like dust on it.The tree itself grows to about 30 to 40′. Samples of leaves are also attached.
Date & Time 05/05/2011
Location: Place, Altitude, GPS  Chethalayam, Wayanad.
Habitat: Garden, Urban, Wild Type:      Wild
Plant Habit: Tree, Shrub, Climber, Herb Tree.
Height, Length. 30’ to 40’

From the leaves it looks like the Indian Olive Tree [Olea dioica]. Not sure what the yellow shoot-like structures are.


Olea dioica


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25/03/12/YRP/01/Naoroz Estate/Chethalayam/Wayanad: This is what I think is Olea dioica Roxb. – OLEACEAE.

Vernacular names: Malayalam: Edana; Etala; Irippa; Karivetti; Palarana; Valiya vetila; Vayala; Vidna; VetilaKannada: Tadale; …
Please let me know what is the yellow growth on the tender shoots.
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-ri2bIwVFAngjoZhqZ7taNqrO2lONKG-jsutPe_p0Pw/edit

I think Olea dioica of Oleaceae family.



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identification no010512sn1: This identification had not been validated since last year. I have tracked the plants since last year and this is the result. I have posted a series of photos since 4 months both of Olea dioica (as identified earlier) and another plant (locally called Par Jambhul) about which their was confusion. First 5 pics are of Olea dioica and the next of Par-jambhu. My conclusion, Olea dioica, as identified, does not bear any fruits. secondly Par jambhul, flowers were not visible. Experts your call please


its Olea dioica only, commonly known as par jambul


 


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identification no170512sn1 of Rose Sandalwood: I have posted 2 photos, each of Par Jambhul (Olea dioica), now resolved and Rose Sandalwood, still not resolved. These pics are conclusive proof that these are 2 different trees. Photos taken on same day(140512). These are the same trees I have been tracking since jan12.I think the confusion could be because at many places they are growing next to each other, and also their flowering and fruiting season coincide perfectly.

So what is Rose Sandalwood?



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identification of Olea dioica:  I am posting photos of the same tree of last season which was ID’d as Olea dioica. Here is the link of the old photo
http://www.flickr.com/photos/wwwssncomphotos/5488162101/ . Experts your verdict please. All flora is from my farm at Mulshi, Pune, AmbyValley Road above Lonavala, about 3000ft. above msl.


Indicator of evergreen forest……..these evergreen trees…..


Yes this is Olea dioica. It is flowering now in Kerala as well.

But it may no be treated as true indicator of evergreen forest, as … pointed out, though the plant is evergreen. The species is seen in moist deciduous, semi-evergreen, and forest edges. Sometimes you even see this species grow as a solitary tree in the grassland as well.


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Plant for ID 16Dec2012 SMP1:

A large tree in Shedani Devrai Mulshi.Near Pune. 16Dec 2012

Large drooping branches with opposite leaves. Racemes about 1 foot. Individual buds 3-5mm. No open flowers observed


Can it be Olea dioica?


The first two pictures are Olea dioica and the last two pictures are of a different species


Thanks .. I also thought so.

Actually I remember I had collected this specimen from the same tree for close up photography later which I did on reaching home late in the night. Somehow it appears different here (Last 2 photographs). At least I am happy to know the tree whch I was trying to identify for a long time.

Any idea about the leaf edges ..do they have to be serrate??


It is not necessarily be serrate always. I have seen both serrated and non-serrated leaves on the same individual. But serrated leaves is a character of this species. In younger plants the leaves are always serrated.

The last two pictures are surely of a different species.
I am not getting any clue.

Do you have a picture to show the under surface of leaf.


Do you remember whether the second set of pictures are of a liana (woody climber)?


Yes. It is the area with many lianas. You may be on the right track. Waiting for the lead ….


Then I have a wild guess that this could be a Rhamnacean such as species of Ventilago!


Please check this link http://www.flickr.com/photos/dinesh_valke/6780992173/in/photostream/


Thanks for the inputs.



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identification no210611sn2: peating my earlier request for ID.Pic taken in Mulshi,Pune.
The locals avoid eating the fruits.

I am stumped…
but nothing…
not an expert…
could this be one of those very acidic plums… that were used by romans to make wine?

MY QUESTION: DIDN’t the LOCALS tell you the name they use for it? that’s usually a good starting point…

… looks very much like Olea dioica … commonly known as kadu jambhulकडू जांबूळ / कड जांबूळ OR par jambhul ¿ पार जांभूळ ?
Please wait for comments.


… this query re-posted at
https://groups.google.com/d/topic/indiantreepix/AfuSsCryI5E/discussion


To me this not wild or otherwise OLIVE…..  leaves definitely are not OLIVE like….

I still think its one of those acidic plums..used to be used for pies and making wine…
a little goolgling gets one: **** 1) Prunus institia  or Shropshire Prune Damson ….. likely….
*****2) prunus domestica   ….. perhaps…..


Olea dioica as feedback in another link (
https://groups.google.com/group/indiantreepix/browse_thread/thread/d5… #):


Are there serrated leaves at any stage? I am also guessing towards Olea dioica of Oleaceae family.
I could see the lenticels on mature stems.
Please refer the following link http://www.biotik.org/india/species/o/oleadioi/oleadioi_en.html


 


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Need ID – Anshi NP:  Not sure what this tree is! Any help is much appreciated.


My guess for the given pictures stands for species of Chionanthus of Oleaceae family.
If you can provide information on flowers it would be easy to reach species.


Pl. check for Olea dioica
Marathi name : Parjambhul


Yes even i guess Olea dioica


My only concern for this to be Olea is the leaf margin!
From the pictures provided the leaf margin seems to be entire! That provoked my thoughts deviated to Chionanthus sp.



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Olea dioica_-for sharing and validation: Latest pics of Par Jambhul/Rosewood. I think the Id is correct. Please confirm. Though I would like to track it for few more days.


Affirmative. This is the Indian Olive tree [Olea dioica]. Some of my photographs of this are available at this link



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Olea dioica : Attachments (1).

Photographed at Matheran.


I believe this is Olea dioica.


This looks like Olea to me too.



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Tree identification :  Attachments (6 + 3). 9 posts by 4 authors.

Please help me identify this tree.


Olea dioica Roxb.??


These are all trees in our house premises and sacred groves not cultivated ones. Interestingly many forest species are found among them.


You mean NORTH PARAVUR, ERNAKULAM , KERALA.


yes sir.


I send few pics of a tree earlier to a scientist in KFRI which he identified as olea dioica which is called as ‘idana’ in kerala . i am attaching those pics here. please check both are same.


Yes it is Olea dioica as sugested by …


Yes both are same only



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tree for ID – Wayanad – 13022014-NAW2 : Attachments (4).  3 posts by 3 authors.
Kindly identify this tree growing in the forested part of the Gurukula Botanical Sanctuary, North Wayanad, Kerala.
Photographed in mid- Jan 2014.
Minute buds in bloom alongside red new leaves. old leaves 10-15 cm long.
Height of tree 8-10 metres.

Though the old leaves resemble those of Olea dioicaRoxb., somehow the young leaves are confusing me


… is right. It is Olea dioica only.

The yound shoots are red in colour and the flowers are also appear along with it.



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02052014NVRa-f Tree from Canacona Goa for ID : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (6).
Tree is found in the western Ghats along a river bank in South Goa.
Height is about 10-15m.

Fruits resemble a Jamun but smaller than half the size of a Jamun. Not sure if they are edible.


Olea dioica Roxb. [Oleaceae].


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A tree from Anshi : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (4).

Friends please identify the plant species. The photo was taken few years back At Anshi- Karnataka.


Olea dioica is my guess.


Yes it is Olea dioica only



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Olea dioica Roxb. SN Sep 24 : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (2).

Olea dioica Roxb, wild tree in fruiting from Agumbe area of Karnataka



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ANOCT58 Please identify this tree: 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (4 +1).
Chikamagalur
September 2014

please tell us how tall was the tree, and show any picture of the whole, and its habitat etc…  was it wild, cultivated etc…


This is Olea dioica Roxb. from Oleaceae, A common tree in Semi evergreen & evergreen forests…


 


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KHWLS- April2015-MK01 : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1)

Need ID for following:
Collection site: Kalsubai-Harishchandragarh Wildlife Sanctuary
Date: 15 February 2015
Collected by: …


Olea dioica, Oleaceae


i thought the leaves would have small teeth

i dont see them here


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Please validate the names written in Devanagari script for Nepali names, for Olea dioca
  1. कालो क्यामुनो kalo kyamuno … The Useful Plants of India published  by NISCAIR
  2. काला किकोने kala kikone … Annotated Checklist of the Flowering Plants of Nepal

Regards,


No 2 is Correct
no 1 is Kala Kimoni काला किमोनी


Oh !!! thank you very very much …This is wonderful help. 


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Names of Plants in India :: Bengali name for Olea dioica : 3 posts by 2 authors.

The name for Olea dioica mentioned in The Useful Plants of India published by NISCAIR is atta jam;please validate অট্ট জাম.


I think okay.



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Names of Plants in India :: Olea dioica Roxb. : 2 posts by 2 authors. 1 image.
via Species‎ > ‎O‎ > Olea dioica Roxb. … family: Oleaceae

Flowers of India Discussions at efloraofindia more views in flickr more views on Google Earth
OH-lee-a — the classical Latin name for olive … Dave’s Botanary
dy-oh-EE-kuh — male and female flowers on separate plants … Dave’s Botanary
commonly known asrose sandalwoodwild olive • Assameseপৰেং poreng • Bengaliঅট্ট জাম atta jam • Kannadaಬಿಳಿ ಸರೊಳಿ bili saroliಹೆಜ್ಜೆ ಕರಕಲು hejje karakalu,ಹೆಕ್ಕೆ ರಕಲು hekke rakaluಮದ್ಳೆ madleಸಡ್ಳಿ sadli • Lepchatimburnyok • Malayalamഇടല italaകരിവെട്ടി karivettiപാലരണ palaranaമണിത്താളി manittali,വയല vayala • Marathiकरंब karambaलौकी laukiपारजांब parjamba • Nepaliकाला किकोने kala kikoneकाला किमोनी kala kimoni • Tamilஇடலை italaiகாட்டொலிவம் kattolivam • Tuluಬಿಳಿ ಸರೊಳಿ bili saroli
botanical namesOlea dioica Roxb. … synonymsOlea laevis Stokes • Tetrapilus dioicus (Roxb.) L.A.S.Johnson … The Plants List (2013). Version 1.1.
February 18, 2009 … at Matheran


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The name peddhaliki mentioned in Flora of Goa and Shodhganga article is not to be found elsewhere on internet; hope someone helps provide the valid name in Devanagari/ Kannada script.


Thanks … for resurfacing this query.

I strongly feel this name not to belong to Konkani (well, one of its dialects is my mother tongue) … it sounds vague to fit in Konkani language, unless someone confidently affirms it to be used in Goa and vicinity. It sounds much like Telugu, and could be an inadvertent case of copy-paste compilation.




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shola species pls identify NIJU-MAR/07/1 : 3 posts by 2 authors.

This plant got from Sispara, Silentvalley, Kerala.
please identify this plant.


Pl. check with images at Olea dioica Roxb.


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4 high resolution images.
Seen this tree at Matheran, an hill station near Mumbai, MH in December 2020.
Is this Olea dioica?

Requested to please ID.


Yes, …, Appears close to Olea dioica as per comparative images at  Olea


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