Rhus punjabensis J.L. Stewart ex Brandis, Forest fl. N.W. India 120 120 1874.;
China (Gansu, Guizhou, Hubei, Hunan, Shaanxi, Sichuan, Yunnan), Tibet, India (Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh), Jammu & Kashmir (Kashmir, Jammu), Myanmar [Burma] (Mandalay), Nepal, Pakistan (Chitral, Murree) as per Catalogue of Life;
Flora of Chakrata 2012: Rhus punjabensis for validation: 13 posts by 6 authors. Attachments (10)
This medium-sized tree was shot from “Chakrata-Tiuni Motor Marg” in May 2012, I hope this is Rhus punjabensis…hope to get validation/correction…
Its probably spondias species of Anacardiaceae ….
…, I think you are right. The key in FoP leads to Rhus punjabensis.
Thanks a lot …,
The tree was nowhere in fruiting stage in the area… yes, your plant resembles mine.. pleased to see the fruit pics..will see if there are more inputs…
…your pictures remind me of the poison sumak…very pretty in the late summer to fall, the small red berries are “famine foods” for birds in snowy winter…
Thanks a lot … for this important information…and careful concerns…this has become a usual practice for us to pluck the branches for taking close up pics, for trees this becomes much of a necessity…and we almost always ignore the probable after effects, due to lack of knowledge….next time i will take care not to come in contact with the resin…specially from this genus..thanks again..
Yes …, I agree with you.
Thanks everyone for inputs…I also remember one of our favourite and “soft-hearted” plant Mango causes serious burns if you happen to come in contact with the sap exuding from fruit stalk. I had to face
Yes, … mango , cashews even strawberries… picking is a dangerous onerous job… have to be careful… and PAY extra monies to the laborers who do the job for us…
Try eating an unripe grape. It will feel like some one slit your throat from inside :).. I had a very bad experience once.
Shrub/ small tree with pinnate leaves SN191017 : 5 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)
Wild shrub or small tree with pinnate leaves, in fruiting, observed from Brari area of Bageshwar Uthrakand
Lagerstromia species? Just a guess.
Rhus punjabensis ?
Thanks, .., for the id.
To me also appear close as per images at Rhus punjabensis J.L. Stewart ex Brandis
Toxicodendron hookeri (Sahni & Bahadur) C.Y. Wu & T.L. Ming ?? : 5 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (7)
Location: Osho, Balaju, Raniban’ Nepal
Altitude : 4600 ft.
Date: 7 June 2018
Syn : Rhus hookeri Sahni & Bahadur
I could hardly find any images on net of Toxicodendron hookeri except for the following:
Here inflorescence pattern is different from your post.
To me appears close to images and details at Rhus punjabensis J.L. Stewart ex Brandis
Attachments (4) – around 650 kb each.
SK1343 02 AUG 2018 : 10 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (7)- around 700 kb each.
Location: Nagarkot, Nepal
Date: 11 June 2018
Altitude: 6800 ft.
Habit : Wild
are the twigs hairy? the undersurface of leaves with “some hair”???
Yes …, I guess so !
Is it not the same Rhus posted by you and identified?
Is this the one ? efi thread
Sir please check Trichilla sp.
Yes, … Close to images at Rhus punjabensis J.L. Stewart ex Brandis
Rhus punjabensis Stewart ex Brandis : 5 posts by 1 author. 4 images- 6 to 7 mb each,
Date: 28 June 2020
Elevation : 1695m.
VOF Week: Large Tree for id from the Gobind Ghat-Ghanghariya Trek: This tree was occasional near Gobind Ghat…at first glance this reminded me of Spondias pinnata…but I think this is different…help in id is requested…
Rhus punjabensis is a possibility.
Thank you very much sir for a very close lead….
Yes, I agree for Rhus punjabensis J.L. Stewart ex Brandis
Tree Identification : 7 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (1)
The tree in the attached image needs to be identified. The details are as follows:Date/Time- 06.08.2015
Location- Place, Altitude, GPS- Sarahan Bushahr, Shimla District. 2400msl
Habitat- Garden/ Urban/ Wild/ Type-Wild
Plant Habit- Tree/ Shrub/ Climber/ Herb- Tree
Leaves Type/ Shape/ Size- Elongated