Spondias pinnata (L. f.) Kurz, Prelim. Rep. Forest Pegu Appendix A: 44, Appendix B: 42 Appendix A: 44 1875. (syn. Evia amara Comm. ex Blume; Mangifera pinnata L. f.; Poupartia acuminata (Roxb.) Wall.; Poupartia pinnata (L. f.) Blanco; Spondias acuminata Roxb.; Spondias amara Lam.; Spondias bivenomarginalis K.M. Feng & Mao; Spondias mangifera Willd.; Spondias paniculata Roxb. ex Wight & Arn.; Wirtgenia decandra Jungh.);
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Native to: Andaman Is., Assam, Bangladesh, China South-Central, China Southeast, East Himalaya, Hainan, India, Jawa, Laos, Lesser Sunda Is., Malaya, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam; Introduced into: Cambodia, Caroline Is. as per POWO;
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China (S-Yunnan, S-Guangxi, Hainan), Cambodia, India (Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal, Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu), Bangladesh, Sikkim, Pakistan (Salt Range, Pakistani Punjab), Myanmar [Burma], Philippines (Luzon, Catanduanes, Mindoro, Culion, Panay, Mindanao), Vietnam, Laos, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Java, Taiwan (I), trop. Africa (I), peninsular Malaysia (Kedah, Perak, Langkawi Isl.), Micronesia (I) (Pohnpei (I)), Palau Isl. (I) (Babeldaob (I), Koror (I), Ngarakabesang (I)), Oman (Mascat & Oman), Andaman Isl. (North Andaman Isl., Middle Andaman Isl., South Andaman Isl., Little Andaman Isl.), Nicobar Isl. (Central Nicobar Isl.), Nepal as per Catalogue of life;
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Wild Mango, Andaman mombin, Indian hog plum, Indian mombin • Hindi: अम्बाड़ा ambara, अम्बाड़ी ambari, अमरा amra, भृङ्गी फल bhringi-phal, मेटुला metula, पशु हरितकी pashu-haritaki, पीतन pitan • Manipuri: Eikhoi • Marathi: अमडा amada, अंबाडा ambada, ढोलआंबा dholamba, खटांबा khatamba, रानआंबा ranamba • Malayalam: അമ്പഴം ampazham • Telugu: అడవిమామిడి adavimamidi, అధ్వము adhvamu, అంబాళము ambalamu • Bengali: আমড়া aamada, আম্রাত aamraata, আম্রাতক aamraataka • Oriya: Ambaada • Konkani: आंबाडे ambade, आंबाडो ambado • Assamese: আমৰা aamrata • Gujarati: અંબાડાં ambaada • Khasi: Dieng-sohpier • Mizo: Tawitaw • Sanskrit: आम्रात aamraata, अम्रातकः amraatakah, मेटुला metula, पीतनः pitan • Tamil: கிஞ்சம் kincam, புளிமா pulima • Nepali: अमारो amaro;
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Native to: China, Indian sub-continent, Indo-China, Malesia; widely cultivated
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SPON-dee-as — Greek name for plum
pin-NAY-tuh — feather-shaped 

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From the “Bengal Plants”:

i) leaflets 4-6 jugate, quite entire ——– S. mangifera  (Syn. of S. pinnata)

(ii) leaflets 6-8 jugate, crenate-serrate ——- S. dulcis
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1. Leaflets 7-11; Leafless when flowering

1. Leaflets 13-15; Not leafless when in flower

S. pinnata

S. cyatherea (Syn. of Spondias dulcis)

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Edible use
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… unripe fruit used as VEGETABLE … used for making pickle .. also as an additive (souring agent, substitute for tamarind) … used in southern Konkan
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Anacardiaceae (cashew family) » Spondias pinnata
Synonyms: Mangifera pinnata, Spondias mangifera
… Close relation with mango is well observed by the marriage of generic names and specific epithets !!
SPON-dee-as — Greek name for plum
pin-NAY-tuh — feather-shaped
commonly known as: Andaman mombin, Indian hog plum, Indian mombin, wild mango • Assamese: আমৰা aamrata • Bengali আমড়া aamada, আম্রাত aamraata, আম্রাতক aamraataka • Garo: amatenga • Gujarati: અંબાડાં ambaada • Hindi: अम्बाड़ा ambara, अम्बाड़ी ambari, अमरा amra, भृङ्गी फल bhringi-phal, मेटुला metula, पशु हरितकी pashu-haritaki, पीतन pitan • Khasi: dieng-sohpier • Konkani: आंबाडे ambade, आंबाडो ambado • Malayalam: അമ്പഴം ampazham • Manipuri: eikhoi • Marathi: अमडा amada, अंबाडा ambada, ढोलआंबा dholamba, खटांबा khatamba, रानआंबा ranamba • Mizo: tawitaw • Nepalese: अमारो amaro • Oriya: ambaada • Pali: अंबाटका ambataka • Sanskrit: आम्रात aamraata, अम्रातकः amraatakah, मेटुला metula, पीतनः pitan • Tamil: கிஞ்சம் kincam, புளிமா pulima • Telugu: అడవిమామిడి adavimamidi, అధ్వము adhvamu, అంబాళము ambalamu • Tibetan: a mra ta ka
Native to: China, Indian sub-continent, Indo-China, Malesia; widely cultivated
Edible use:

… unripe fruit used as VEGETABLE … used for making pickle .. also as an additive (souring agent, substitute for tamarind) … used in southern Konkan


– We call it amra in bengali and not !!


Spondias pinnata  fruiting from the south end of the forest in Mumbai, seen a few days back in Jan ’11.


– In Kannada it is called ‘amate kai’, used for delicious pickles, similar to mangoes.



Spondias pinnata: Two large trees with similar looking panicles were observed in Pune University Bot. garden recently. The first one is from Family Anacardiaceae.
Spondias pinnata. Marathi : अंबाडा


 


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Request for species id. DKV 23052011-1: Tree seen by the roadside on the outskirts of Indore, MP.
A friend mentioned the name “Gadha Neem” but I could not find anything when I searched using this name.


looks like Melia azadarach


Strangely the leaves are looking different.


… a guess (could be a bad guess) … species of Swietenia ?


After seeing … answer, I read about Swietenia and I feel it could be Swietenia mahagoni.


Why not Toona cilliata?


 

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The tree can be Spondias pinnata.
Attaching some of my pictures for comparison.


Yes .. this seems to be Spondias pinnata 


Do take a look at:

Importance and Problems in Natural Regeneration of Spondias pinnata
Anoop Badoni and Chetna Bisht
Department of Seed Science and Technology
High Altitude Plant Physiology Research Center H. N. B. Garhwal University, Srinagar- 246 174, Uttarakhand, India- Sciencepub


Its very difficult to identify this foto… as there are many species of trees which produces such kind of leaves and fruits…
even if someone does it… always remain in doubtfull…
need more close up fotos of leaves…


A five headed snake found in Cantonment Bangalore (India)


Photoshop image of 5 headed cobra.



 

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Spondias pinnata: Spondias pinnata ( HOGPLUM ) is a common tree at this place. I is known as Aamra in Bangla. The fruits are used to make chutney. Attaching an image of the fruits of Spondias pinnata.



 

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Identify tree at Powai opp IIT: Date/Time- 21st April 2012 Morning 9AM
Location- Place, Altitude, GPS- Sea level
Habitat- Garden/ Urban/ Wild/ Type- Wild
Plant Habit- Tree/ Shrub/ Climber/ Herb- Medium size tree
Height/Length- 25ft
Leaves Type/ Shape/ Size- as seen in photo
Inflorescence Type/ Size- as seen in photo
Flowers Size/ Colour/ Calyx/ Bracts- as seen in photo
Fruits Type/ Shape/ Size Seeds- not seen
Other Information like Fragrance, Pollinator, Uses etc.- NA


It is Spondias mangifera

Marathi name : Ambada


The photos are very very nice. Thanks for sharing. I think the tree is in fruiting now. You may also send the photos of the fruits. In Mysore the raw fruits are sold in the market and used for pickles.



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ambada and jungli ambada for id mm1 23102011:

the image labelled spondius pinnata was planted by me a few months ago
826 and 827 are images of a tree which has grown on its own.
its crushed leaves have a strong manago fragrance, much stronger and nicer than the planted one
the boys call it jangli ambada
the size of the leaflets is much bigger, about seven inches or so, the color is darker
and the leaf itself is thicker
is it a different spondius species

i would very much appreciate an identitification



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Tree ID request – RK81 – 6-Jan-2013:  Requesting identification of this tree from Tungareshwer. Leaves and flowers not seen but there were fruits as seen in the photo. The fruit size would be roughly around 4 cms.


Spondias pinnata is my guess!


Yes, Spondias pinnata.


If this is Spondias pinnata, its called Jalpai in bangla…


Had thought of Lannea coromandelica but they are more ovoid than the more spherical ones as seen here of Spondias pinnata



 

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Hooghly : Spondias sp. :  4 images. 6 posts by 4 authors.
There is ID key in an earlier thread – efi thread, but it differs, to some extent, from the “Bengal Plants”.
(i) leaflets 4-6 jugate, quite entire ——– S. mangifera Willd.
(ii) leaflets 6-8 jugate, crenate-serrate ——- S. dulcis Willd (Not Parkinson).

But, then the “Bengal Plants” is a century old and the key, “…. Leafless when flowering”, suggests this plant is Spondias pinnata (L. f.) Kurz.


Yes it is


Yes Spondias pinnata


 

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Hooghly Today : Spondias pinnata (L. f.) Kurz :  Attachments (5). 5 posts by 3 authors.


A distant relative of Mango (both belong to the same family Anacardiaceae) it is known as ‘Amra’ in Uttarakhand. Fruits are sour and edible, more after pickling.


We too call it AMRA.

And Bengal Plants lists it as Spondias mangifera Willd. Bengal Plants has another AMRA, S. dulcis Willd., featuring 6-8 jugate leaflets with crenate-serrate margin.


In kannada Amte kai, used for pickles. Right now (25.5.13) available in the Mysore market.



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Spondias mangifera :  Attachments (1). 1 post by 1 author.

Germinating hog plum tree


 


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Tree from Bangladesh SM035 : 6 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2).

Habit: Tree

Habitat : Hill forest

Flowering : May

Location : Kaptai NP, Chittagong Hill tracts


Any member of Wld Mango, Anacardiaceae family ?


Close up would have decided, still this resembles Spondias pinnata


Thanks … It could be. I will check again while fruits appear .



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Goa, May 2015 :: Requesting ID of this tree :: ARKJUN-10/21 : 10 posts by 7 authors. Attachments (2)

Please ID this medium sized tree captured near the Mangeshi temple in Goa in May 2015.


melia azedarach… mahanimb??


It is not Melia azadirach or Melia dubia for sure. Please check for Spondias species. Not able to get full details from the picture. Hence, I am not sure.


Thanks for the possible ID, but I think the leaf margins differ.
Any wild chances of it being Spondias pinnata or Garuga pinnata?


oh ok!


Garuga pinnata is usually leafless while fruiting. Spondias spp. have alternate leaves as against this specimen.


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


Spondias sp,


Looks like Spondias sp., BSI recognizes 4. Assuming fruits are more than 1 cm it is S. pinnata (L.f.) Kurz. Please ensure number of leaflets not more than 11.


Thank you … for the feedback….. Thanks … for the links.

All the leaves in the pic do not have leaflets exceeding 11, also I think the fruits exceed 1 cm, as they looked bigger even from afar. So I guess, this should be S. pinnata


 


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July2015sk06/06 — Spondias pinnata (L. f.) Kurz : 5 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (8)

I have two earlier threads of this species, yet I upload three sets of pictures of three specimen to show variability of leaflet size and number of leaflets (usually upto 11, but can be 13 or even 15 as in the first set of a young tree, yet to flower or fruit).
Crushed leaflets smell strong of green mango.

Here is the first set with largest leaflet and one leaf showing 15 leaflets.


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The 2nd set have smaller leaflets….


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In this 3rd set you see inflorescence which is unusual at this time of the year….

The fruits of S. pinnata are 1/4 th to 1/3rd of the fruits of S. cytherea.


Well done, …



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Spondias pinnata Pune SMP MAY2016/4 : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (4)
Sharing images of another Anacardiaceae member

Spondias pinnata


Wonderful close ups, …



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Buada from Himachal Pradesh : 10 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (2)
Can you please guide me to the Botanical Name of the plant named Buada in Himachal Pradesh. The peel of the fruit is said to be used with some other plants for Malaria. The fruit (Photo attached) has been collected from Hamirpur.

the fruit tastes very sour in taste and is fibrous when cut.


It seems like some Terminalia, can you cut open the fruit and post pics.


Seems to be Hirda
Terminalia chebula


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it can be a species of terminalia but i cant say it for sure as i dont have any visual of its leave or flowers. it does seem like Terminalia chebula, but the person i collected the fruit from is saying that its name is Buada or Bhuada and it is not hirda or even Baheda (Terminali bellirica or Terminalia chebula)

Please see attached the photo of the fruit cut till its inner fibers.


Check Spondias pinnata  Ambada
its fruit use to make pickle …


Yes, it is Spondias pinnata.
Locally, it is known as Buada or Boada. It tastes sweetish sour when ripe. I enjoyed it in my childhood in a village in Hamirpur (H.P.).
Now, it is rarely seen. Not came across any plant in the recent past.
It is commonly known as
wild mango or Indian mombin in English. Hindi names are ambara, ambari or pashu-haritaki.



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on 28 March ’10 at Shahpur, Mumbai; Manugana halli, Krishnaraja nagar Taluq, Mysore dist.; at the Yeoor part of the national park in Mumbai; A rich haul from kumara paravatha trek – indiantreepix | Google Groups Sending once again – indiantreepix | Google Groups id requested – indiantreepix | Google Groups


 

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This could be a member of Anacardiaceae, too close to some Spondias sp.


Thanks a lot sir, yeah it resembles to Spondias sp, but which species?? it look different to Spondias pinnata..


Pl. check comparative images & keys at Spondias

I think it should be Spondias dulcis Sol. ex Parkinson as per images herein.


I think it should be Spondias pinnata (L. f.) Kurz as per keys and details at Spondias


 

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Wild Spondias ID from Bangladesh_SM_1015 : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (3)

Local name: Pani Amra

Habitat: Along the river side, wild habitat, even main trunk found as flooded condition
Location: Pirojpur, Southern Bangladesh
Fruiting: June 
Photo taken: 29June, 2017

Seems to match with Spondias pinnata


I am also thought, but leaf is not serrate at edge like S. pinnata


I feel close to images at Spondias dulcis Sol. ex Parkinson as per comparative images & keys at Spondias


I think it should be Spondias pinnata (L. f.) Kurz as per keys and details at Spondias



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A medium sized tree with ping pong sized fruits for i.d.
Nameri reserve forest, Assam


Isn’t it Duabanga grandiflora as per details picture at link?: Arboles &
Tropicalplant


I am afraid it is not. In Duabanga leaves are much slender, moreover, the fruits have persistent calyx like structures, even when they are well developed. Moreover, the fruits have suture like markings, which these fruits do not have.


… could it be Spondias pinnata ? … commonly known as: Andaman mombin, Indian hog plum, Indian mombin, wild mango


Thanks …- that is a good posibility.


the chances of this being Spondias pinnata is less as it has more number of leaflets, but this is some species of Spondias, more closely to Spondias cyatherea (the number of leaflets are ) commonly known as Vilayati Ambada.
correct me if i am incorrect.


… I will rather stand corrected in this case … I am not familiar about Spondias beyond S. pinnata.


Pl. refer to my mail dated 7th Aug.09. I posted two pics one of Spondias pinnata and the other S. dulcis. This one with more number of leaflets is likely dulcis, and the other pinnata. Thanks to all for  help identifying the plants.


I think it should be Spondias pinnata (L. f.) Kurz as per keys and details at Spondias



A small tree from Bhalukpong, Assam. I.d. requested


Seems to be Terminalia chebula, i suppose.


certainly not Terminalia chebula. but sorry cant guess more


Checkout for Spondias species


I think it should be Spondias pinnata (L. f.) Kurz as per keys and details at Spondias



 

These are two diffrent plants from Bhalukpong in Assam. I had sent their photos earlier. On the insistence of … and suggestions from …, I looked for Spondias in the website. As they both came to be Spondias (hogplum) I put them now side by side for comparison. One with rust coloured fruit is likely Spondias pinnata, and the other
with green fruits Spondias dulcis. Pl. confirm.


I think it should be Spondias pinnata (L. f.) Kurz as per keys and details at Spondias 


 


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ID plzz??its a large tree with a rounded canopy, from Lahore PAkistan, June 2016..no flower fruit is present : 7 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (5)


Is it from the botanical garden ?

I think it’s better to wait for flowers.


looks like khaya senegalensis


yes Sir, Its from Botanical Garden.. can you suggest its genus at least without flowers?


Spondias pinnata


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I attached a photograph of  Spondias pinnata (L. f.) Kurz  from the Edible Fruit Plants Conservatory, JNTBGRI, Palode, Kerala



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24092018Bhar02 Seed in Jawadhu hills : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)- 1 Mb each.
Found this seed in Jawadhu hills of Eastern ghats.

May be an unripe Myristica sp


Spondias pinnata.



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