Catunaregam species ?;
 
 
 
 

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amituid 2 01102012: Randia sp.? for identification. The photographs were taken in Dumka, Jharkhand. Details as in photos


It look like Tamilnadia uliginosa


flowers of India says it grows in bogs, wet lands near rivers etc ..  was your tree growing in such wet places
I wish we could peek inside the flowers for the telltale signs of its flowered id…


The tree was found in waste places.


Does not match with Tamilnadia ulginosa. Looks more like a Catunaregam species. The details of the flowers are not clear. The ID would be easy if the close ups of the flowers are posted.


 
 
 
 
 

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