Mahonia napaulensis Candolle, Syst. Nat. 2: 21. 1821. (Syn: Berberis acanthifolia (Wallich ex G. Don) Wallich ex Walpers; B.
gautamae
Laferrière; B. griffithii (Takeda) Laferrière; B. leschenaultii Wallich ex Wight & Arnott; B. longlinensis (Y. S. Wang & P. K. Hsiao) Laferrière; B. manipurensis (Takeda) Laferrière; B. miccia Walpers, nom. illeg. superfl.; B. napaulensis (Candolle) Laferrière; B. napaulensis var. leschenaultii (Wallich ex Wight & Arnott) J. D. Hooker & Thomson; B. pomensis (Ahrendt) Laferrière; B. salweenensis (Ahrendt) Laferrière; ; M. griffithii Takeda; M. leschenaultii (Wallich ex Wight & Arnott) Takeda; M. longlinensis Y. S. Wang & P. K. Hsiao; M. manipurensis Takeda; M. miccia Buchanan-Hamilton ex D. Don, nom. illeg. superfl.; M. napaulensis var. leschenaultii (Wallich ex Wight & Arnott) Fedde; M. pomensis Ahrendt; M. salweenensis Ahrendt; M. sikkimensis Takeda) as per Flora of China;
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Mahonia napaulensis  Mahonia acanthifolia
 Height 2-3 meter to 9 meter
 Leaflet pairs 4-6 (-8) (8)- 9-11-(12)
 Flowering time (Jan-) Feb.- April Sept.-Nov. (-Dec.)
 Habitat Warm Temperate forest 1200-1800 (-1900)m Cool temperate forest (2150-) 2300-2900 m

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Common name: Nepal Mahonia, Indian barberry Malayalam: Mullukadambu, Mullumanjanathi.
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Evergreen trees, 4-7 m tall; bark light brown, corky, vertically and horizontally fissured; blaze sulphur yellow. Leaves compound, imparipinnate, verticelled at the tips of branches; rachis 17-33 cm, slender, glabrous, base sheathing with 2 subulate stipules; leaflets 7-17, opposite, sessile; lamina 3-9 x 1-5 cm, ovate, ovate-lanceolate or oblong-ovate; base obliquely truncate, rounded, subcordate or very obtuse; apex cuspidate; margin spinose, glabrous, rigid, coriaceous, shining above, pale beneath; 3-5 nerved from the base, raised beneath; secondary laterals 3-5 pairs, pinnate; intercostae reticulate, faint. Flowers bisexual, yellow, in racemes generally fascicled at the apices of stem, in umbel fashion, erect or oblique, often paniculate, 7.5-40 cm; pedicels 6-16 mm, with 2-3 appressed bracts; sepals 6, imbricate in 2 series; petals 6, imbricate in 2 series; nectaries distinct; stamens 6, free, anthers-cells opening by recurved valves; ovary single celled; ovules 5-6, basal, erect; style stout; stigma peltate. Fruit a berry, 8 mm across, broadly ellipsoid-globose, purple, pruinose, bitter, 3-5 seeded. 

Flowering and fruiting: June-December
Shola forests
Southern Western Ghats
(From India Biodiversity Portal (Mahonia leschenaultii (Wall. ex Wt. & Arn.) Takeda ex Gamble Synonym : Berberis nepalensis Spreng var. leschenaultii J. Hk. & Thoms. Berberis leschenaultii Wall. ex Wt. & Arn.)

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mahonia napaulensis: Mahonia napaulensis, from the family Berberidaceae

tall spreading bush

darjeeling, second week of april



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Mahonia napaulensis DC.: 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (4)– 1 MB each.

Sharing some pictures I guess is Mahonia napaulensis DC. shot at Godavari Botanical Gargen, Kathmandu, Nepal on 9 March 2013 at 5000 ft.

Nepali Names: जमाने मान्द्रो Jamaane Maandro /  दारुहल्दी Daaruhaldee / कन्चन Kanchan


Same location / 10 January 2017 . Attachments (5)


Location: Nagarkot, Nepal 

Date : 31 January and 31 March 2017

Altitude : 6800 ft.

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Location: Shivapuri National Park, Nepal

Altitude: 8800 ft.
Date: 27 March 2018
Habit : Wild 
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Mahonia napaulensis DC. : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)

Location: Nagarkot, Nepal  
Date: 12 December 2017

Altitude: 6600 ft.



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Re: Yellow flower from Kohima : 5 posts by 4 authors. 3 images.

Yellow flower turning into fruits

From Kohima Nagaland
Kindly identify

Mahonia sp


do you by any chance have the flower pictures? were they yellow as in turmeric or was it yellowish orange as in saffron in milk yellow/ red? i would love to see the flowers and leaves pictures in less glare


Yes Mahonia sp. Family – Berberidaceae
If leaflets 4-6 pairs then Mahonia napaulensis
And if leaflets 10-12 pairs then Mahonia acanthifolia

Berberis napaulensis (DC.) Spreng.


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Fwd: Need help for Identification. TK 2- Berberis sp. ? : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)
Please help for Identify these plants.
And the next two image is a same plant (Image 2 & 3) I found from Khonoma, Nagaland.


Mahonia sp. of Berberidaceae ?


This is the genus Mahonia in Berberidaceae


ilex like leaves?


Berberis napaulensis (DC.) Spreng. only or some other sp. also listed in Nagaland.?



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India Biodiversity Portal (Mahonia leschenaultii (Wall. ex Wt. & Arn.) Takeda ex Gamble Synonym : Berberis nepalensis Spreng var. leschenaultii J. Hk. & Thoms. Berberis leschenaultii Wall. ex Wt. & Arn.) 

Biotik  (Mahonia leschenaultii (Wall. ex Wt. & Arn.) Takeda ex Gamble Synonym : Berberis nepalensis Spreng var. leschenaultii J. Hk. & Thoms. Berberis leschenaultii Wall. ex
Wt. & Arn.)
The Plant List Ver. 1.1 

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