Pavetta indica L., Sp. Pl. 110 1753. (Syn: Ixora indica (L.) Baill.; Ixora pavetta Roxb. [Illegitimate]; Ixora nunypapata Roxb. ex Wight & Arn.; Ixora paniculata Lam.; Ixora roxburghii Kuntze; Ixora velutina Wall. [Invalid]; Pavetta alba Vahl; Pavetta brunonis Wight [Illegitimate]; Pavetta cerniflora Zipp. ex Span.; Pavetta indica var. glabra Blatt. & Hallb.; Pavetta obtusa Pers.; Pavetta thomsonii Bremek.);
Indian Subcontinent to W. Indo-China as per WCSP;
Flora of Eastern Ghats: Hill Ranges of South East India, Volume 3 By Thamminen Pullaiah, K. Sri Ramamurthy (Description & Keys- Pavetta indica, P. breviflora, P. tomentosa & P. hispidula)
Pavetta indica–sharing picture:
Rubiaceae Week: Pavetta indica – Indian Pavetta from Gingee fort AR#02:
Pavetta indica, a wild & white flowering plant found a
long the rocky crevice, while ascending Krishnagiri hills to reach
Gingee or Senji Fort,
touted as one of the most impregnable fortresses (by Shivaji maharaj) in India.
Location- Place, Altitude, GPS-
Gingee or Senji Fort, Villupuram district, Tamil nadu
Habitat- Garden/ Urban/ Wild/ Type-Wild /
Plant Habit- Tree/ Shrub/ Climber/ Herb-Shrub, along the rocky crevice, while ascending Krishnagiri hills
Height/Length- Approx 1 meter/
Shrub Id from Bangladesh SM028 : 6 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (3).
Habitat: Hill Forest
Location: Chittagong Hill Tracts
Ixora species. Please refer regional flora and confirm the identity base on characters.
Seems Pavetta sp. (Rubiaceae).
Hooghly-skMAY02/03 Pavetta indica L. : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (20)
The species in the thread is not Pavetta indica L.
The species in that thread was Ixora undulata Roxb.
And also the other threads I sent with the title – Ixora undulata Roxb.
Here is the species Pavetta indica L., a wild shrub (it is yet to grow to be a stout shrub) growing along with other wild species like Streblus asper, Suregada multiflora, Cyratia pedata …. etc.
this is pavata indica : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1)
Do you mean Pavetta indica (Rubiaceae), a shrub or small tree with white flowers?
I think it must be Pavetta indica only.
Pavetta crassicaulis (Syn. Pavetta indica) (Indian paveta, Papdil, Indian Pellet Shrub, Kankara, Kathachampa, Kukurchura, Papat) : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (6)
On 7/6/09 in Lotus Pond, Hyderabad, AP. I hope Id is correct.
Hope this is Pavetta indica with glabrous leaves.. there’s another var. tomentosa with glabrescent leaves which is much common and blooming now, in the lateritic soils of uttara Kannada..
Shrub for id. for 21 Aug 09 SNP : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)
I have observed this shrub or small tree at Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Borivali and then at Bhandardara, Igatpuri.
this is a Rubiaceae member, but both the times i was never able to see the flowers.
Please help in I.D. and if possible share the pic of flowers
It is Indian paveta
Pavetta crassicaulis : 2 posts by 1 author. Attachments (1)
Pavetta crassicaulis in Ananthagiri forest on 27/6/09 in Rangareddy distt. of A.P.
30072017BHAR2 : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2)
Found across roadside near Chennai in Kanchipuram district.
Shrub around 1 metre in height.
Pavetta indica. In Tamil it’s called Pavattai
Appears so as per keys at Flora of Eastern Ghats: Hill Ranges of South East India, Volume 3 By Thamminen Pullaiah, K. Sri Ramamurthy (Description & Keys- Pavetta indica, P. breviflora, P. tomentosa & P. hispidula)
Thanks for the research and conforming. Learned about a new book.
This flora I found in Javadhu hills and Vandalur hills of Tamil nadu very commonly.
But the attached plant was in roadside.
A tree with small berries : 10 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (8)
Location Rajnagar Kumarghat Unakoti district Tripura
Any idea about family?
No idea but it could be Rubiaceae
A species of Pavetta
Pavetta crassicaulis… but that’s a shrub. May be it has grown to a small tree.
It is Pavetta indica very common in Eastern ghats
As per Request for ID : 290310-AK-3 , Pavetta indica is distributed from Indian Subcontinent to S. China and Pen. Malaysia whereas Pavetta crasscaulis is distributed in West and South India. This is according to Kew.
Posting pictures of Tarenna asiatica (L.) Kuntze ex K. Schum. of Rubiaceae.
Could this be any variety of the species?
Tamil Name: Therani
Location: Sathyamangalam RF
Altitude: 300 – 400 MSL
Date: 20 June 2010
Please verify, if this id is wrong.
Its look like a Pavetta sp.
Pavetta – Flowers 4-merous, style glabrous, exerted and unbranched
Looks like Pavetta species
In flora Flora of Ceylon the description provided does not match with the plant the main point of controversy of this plant being Tarenna sp is the stigma exerted over a long style. hence this is Pavetta zeylanica as said by …
I am quite sure that the plant you have posted is not that of Tarenna asiatica but again some Pavetta species.
I think this plant is Pavetta indica.
Yes …, it’s Pavetta only,
Solanum for ID from Bangalore-GS24072020-1 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)
Please help with the ID of this shrub, perhaps Solanum sp. clicked from Anjana Layout, Bangalore, 21-9-2015.
Pavetta Indica, Rubiaceae member sir,
MS/2020/AUGUST/ID/2 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)
Yes It’s Pavetta indica
identification no160115sn1 : 5 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (1)
Earlier I thought it was Pavetta indica but now I have some doubt if this is Pavetta crassicaulis.
height:about 5-6 ft.
other info:earlier i had photographed fruits of Pavetta ,which was identified as indica. I don’t know if this is same.
It resembles to Pavetta indica
They are synonymous
couple of years ago we had a lot of discussion about pavetta
Eflora site says these are 2 different species.
I guess so.
I guess correct ID !
Shrub 7 for identification:
MS,Jan.,2021/19 Pavetta sp. ? for id.: 1 image.
Date : 19-05-2018
Habit : Shrub or small tree
Habitat : Wild
I think Pavetta indica as per images and details herein and as per keys and discussions at another post with subject: ‘MS April,2016/23 Pavetta sp. for ID’
PAVETTA INDICA: 3 images.
Attachef a few images of Pavetta indica.
Pavetta indica: 2 high res. images.
Rubiaceae for id 120810MK2:
looks like Ixora nigricans (Kat-kuda in Marathi)
How about a species of Pavetta..???
To me appears close to images at Pavetta indica L.
Locality: Chennai, Adyar
Altitude: Sea level
yes i guess Pavetta indica