Bangladesh (N); India (N) ; Arunachal Pradesh; Assam ; Myanmar (N); Thailand (N) as per ILDIS;

Common name: Robust Bead Tree • Garo: Sanchi, Sanchi-bloma • Miri: Porghum • Mizo: Pa-rual-thing

 


 

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Fabaceae (Faboideae) Week_Ormosia robusta_RKC_08_08112011: Ormosia robusta Baker
Loc: Itanagar, Papumpare distt., Arunachal Pradesh (ca 300 msl)
Date: December, 2005.


 

 

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MS April, 2018/04 Ormosia robusta : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (4)

Location : Aizawl, Mizoram

Altitude : ca 980 m.
Date : 17-04-2018
Habit : Evergreen tree
Habitat : Wild
Mizo name : Pang-kawi

 


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TREE FOR ID : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (8).

Date :27-06-2014
Location : Lengpui, Mizoram
Altitude : ca. 400 m.
Habit : Small to middle-sized evergreen tree; somtimes small tree
Notes : It grows wild
. Fruit not eaten. 4-6 seedlings/saplings are usually growing in a place like a clump of bamboo


This is Connarus monocarpus. Please check this link : Google Groups


It is Bhesa robusta (Roxb.) Ding Hou


I do not think it is either. The leaves are divided like that of Connarus (But not Bhesa) but the fruit looks different. The base is too regular and not oblique as in Connarus. And I cannot see the aril. Is it possible to send larger images? All l I can say it is not Celastraceae!


This tree might be Ormosia robusta.



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Sir, I am attaching herewith another photos of same tree to help correct identification.

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This is Ormosia robusta, id by Dr. Dilip Kumar Roy, BSI, Shillong.


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Re: Another legume : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (4)

Pecharthal Tripura
Kindly identify the species

The fruits have some similarity to Manila tamarind. But not Manila tamarind.


Pl. check Ormosia robusta Baker


probably



Only a  suggestion. I am not an expert. Looks like Ormosia species. I remember to have seen O.pinnata fruits looking somewhat similar to this.. But where? I do not know..


Thanks, …, for the genus id.
Appears close to Ormosia robusta Baker as per comparative images at Ormosia
Hi, …, What are the species reported from your area ? Do you have the keys?

Can we see close up of the leaves?



References:

ON THE IDENTITY AND OCCURRENCE OF ORMOSIA ROBUSTA (FABACEAE: SOPHOREAE) IN INDIA (2014)- (Abstract- The paper deals with the revised taxonomic description of Ormosia robusta Baker along with photographic illustration based on live plant material, which is the first authentic report of its occurrence in Meghalaya and Mizoram.)

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