India as per WCSP;

Scandent shrubs; twigs glabrous. Leaves to 10 x 6.5 cm, broadly ovate, acuminate, truncate or cordate at base; nerves 3 or 4 pairs, nearly basal, glabrous; petiole 1.5 cm long. Flowers many, in terminal or axillary cymes; bracts 6 mm long, subulate; calyx tube 3 mm long, lobes 13 mm long, narrow, glabrous; corolla tube 12 mm long, lobes 5, 8 x 3 mm, oblong, acute, glabrous, white. Berry 12 x 8 mm, oblong, obtuse, glabrous.

Flowering and fruiting: January-April
Moist deciduous and evergreen forests
Southern Western Ghats
(Attributions- Dr. N Sasidharan (Dr. B P Pal Fellow), Kerala Forest Research Institute, Peechi from India Biodiversity Portal)

Jasminum for identification 260613MK03 : Attachments (6). 4 posts by 4 authors.
Please help me in identification of the jasminum species. This is seen along the periphery of wet forests. I have seen few flowers also. Leaves about 10 cm long.
Location: Longwood Shola, Kotagiri, Nilgiris, TN
Date: 19 June 2013
Alt.: 1900 m asl

Seems to be J. cordifolium?

Support to …, J. cordifolium me too


Oleaceae: Jasminum multiflorum (Burm.f.) Andrews: 1 image.
synonym: Jasminum pubescens (Retz.) Willd.
location/date: Chotannahalli, Tumkur Dist., Karnataka, July 1997

Appears closer to (though some difference in leaf shape is creating a doubt)



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