Aglaia elaeagnoidea (A. Juss.) Benth., Fl. Austral. 1: 383 1863. (Syn: Aglaia abbreviata C.Y. Wu; Aglaia canariifolia Koord.; Aglaia cupreo-lepidota Merr.; Aglaia elaeagnoidea var. formosana Hayata; Aglaia elaeagnoidea var. glabrescens Valeton; Aglaia elaeagnoidea var. pallens Merr.; Aglaia formosana (Hayata) Hayata; Aglaia grata Wall. ex Voigt; Aglaia hoanensis Pierre; Aglaia lepidota Miq.; Aglaia lepidota var. paupercula Miq.; Aglaia littoralis Talbot; Aglaia midnaporensis Carey ex Voigt; Aglaia odoratissima Benth.; Aglaia parvifolia Merr.; Aglaia poilanei Pellegr.; Aglaia poulocondorensis Pellegrin; Aglaia roxburghiana (Wight & Arn.) Miquel; Aglaia roxburghiana var. angustata Miq.; Aglaia roxburghiana var. balica Miq.; Aglaia roxburghiana var. paupercula Miq.; Aglaia spanoghei Bl. ex Miq.; Aglaia talbotii Sundara Raghavan; Aglaia wallichii Hiern; Amoora poulocondorensis (Pellegr.) Harms; Milnea roxburghiana Wight & Arn.; Nemedra elaeagnoidea A. Juss.; Walsura lanceolata Wall.) as per Catalogue of Life;
ah-GLAY-uh — named for one of the the three Graces; the goddess of fertility or charm … Dave’s Botanary
ell-ee-ag-NOY-dee-uh — Greek: elaia (olive) and agnos (the chaste-tree), oides (resembling), possibly resembling a willow, with fruit like olives … Some Magnetic Island Plants
commonly known as: coastal boodyarra, droopy leaf, Roxburgh’s five-leaved tree of beauty • Bengali: প্রিয়ঙ্গু priyangu • Hindi: प्रियंगु priyangu • Kannada: ಪ್ರಿಯಂಗು priyangu • Malayalam: ചെമ്പുളി cempuli, പുണ്യാവ punyava • Oriya: ବିଶ୍ବକ୍ସେନା biswak-sena, ମାନିନୀ manini, ପ୍ରିଯଙ୍ଗୂ priyangu, ସର୍ବଗା sarbaga, ଶ୍ଯାମା syama • Sanskrit: गुन्द्रफला gundraphala, फलिनी phalini, प्रियङ्गु priyangu • Tamil: சொக்கலை cokkalai, கன்னிக்கொம்பு kanni-k-kompu • Telugu: ఎర్ర అందుగ erra anduga, కొండ అందుగ konda anduga • Tulu: ಪುಚ್ಚೆ ಪಂರ್ದ್ pucche parandu
New Caledonia, Loyalty Isl., Vanuatu, Western Samoa, Australia (Western Australia: Walcott Inlet to Cape Bougainville, Queensland: Torres Strait S to NE of Miriam Vale), Java, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, China (Guangdong, Guangxi, Guizhou, Hainan, Yunnan), Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Laos, Sumatra, Bangka Isl., Belitung, Borneo, Philippines (Camiguin de Babuyanes, Bancalan, Balabac, Malamaui, Mindanao, Basilan, Jolo), Palawan, Sulawesi, Bali, Moluccas, New Guinea, peninsular Malaysia (once from Kaki Bukit, Perlis), Andamans, India (Bihar, Orissa, Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu), Nepal (as per Catalogue of Life);
It looks like Aglaia eleagnoidea
Thanks, … It does looks like it.
Tree For ID : Lalbagh,Bangalore : 011213 : AK-1 : Attachments (3). 3 posts by 2 authors.
Link Aglaia elaeagnoidea (A.Juss.) Benth. <=> Priyangu Tree
Bangalore-Ooty November 2013 :: Requesting ID of this tree at Lalbagh, Bangalore :: 22122013 :: ARK-33 : Attachments (2). 4 posts by 3 authors.
Requesting to please ID this tree captured in Lalbagh, Bangalore in November 2013.
Aglaia sp (Meliaceae)
Recently posted from me from the same location and identified by … as Aglaia elaeagnoidea, Priyangu Tree.
Thank you … for the ID… I was at Lalbagh on the 12th of November, 2013.
Tree ID Please : Attachments (8). 4 posts by 4 authors.
Please help me identify this tree.
Location : North Paravur , Ernakulam , Kerala.
Type : Wild , Sacred grove.
It seems to be Lepisanthes tetraphylla of Sapindaceae.
I feel that the flowering twig is a species of Aglaia and I think the fruits are of a different tree (leaves are simple!)
Flowering twigs are of Aglaia elaeagnoidea and the fruiting branches represent some Rubiaceae member
ANJAN26/26 Reinwardtiodendron sp. for identification : 8 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (8)
Reinwardtiodendron anamallayanum is reported (= Lansium anamallayanum), where the leaflets are alternate and are with a gland at the angles of nerves in adaxial side.
It is an Aglaia sp. Probably A. elaeagnoidea
Agumbe Ghat :: ¿ Reinwardtiodendron sp. / Aglaia elaeagnoidea ? :: DVJAN20 : 8 posts by 4 authors. 5 images.
Date: 28 DEC 2014 … Altitude: about 600 m asl at crest, about 250 m asl at foothill
I do not think the photos posted give any clue to ID.
The same plant is better illustrated in … post: ANJAN26/26 Reinwardtiodendron sp. for identification
¿ Reinwardtiodendron sp. / Aglaia elaeagnoidea ? (Blanco) Radlk. … (family: Meliaceae)
please ignore the author details … (Blanco) Radlk.
efi page on Aglaia elaeagnoidea
Many thanks … for resurfacing this post.
In another post (same plant by …) ANJAN26/26, … has given the ID as Aglaia elaeagnoidea.
It seems Aglaia lawii (Wight) C.J.Saldanha (= Amoora lawii), which has five leaflets.
In my post ANJAN26/26, DSC_0016 shows the twig bearing 7 leaflets.
Names of Plants in India :: Telugu names of Aglaia elaeagnoidea : 3 posts by 1 author.
Please help in compiling Telugu name(s) of Aglaia elaeagnoidea
Following are listed at ENVIS – FRLHT: erranduga, kondanduga, yarra aduga, yerra adugu
Could yerra adugu be యెర్ర అడుగు ? (just a naive attempt)
They are often called as ఎర్ర అందుగ , కొండ అందుగ, very few called them ఎర్ర అదుగు, యెర్ర అడుగు
Please help in compiling Kannada name(s) in native script, of Aglaia elaeagnoidea : 4 posts by 2 authors.
please help in compiling Kannada name(s) in native script, of Aglaia elaeagnoidea
Aglaia sp? : 6 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (3)
Frequently found shrub from Hebri area Udupi dt, Karnataka area
It looks like Aglaia talbotii,
Thanks, … The Flora of India Volume 4 was published in 1997 after that there are many changes. Pl. see the details at Aglaia
Aglaia talbotii is a syn. of Aglaia elaeagnoidea as per the following:
Catalogue of Life (released on 27.6.16)
The Plant List Ver. 1.1 (2013)
IPNI notes it to be A. littoralis Talb which is also a syn. of Aglaia elaeagnoidea
As there are so many synonyms under Aglaia elaeagnoidea along with very wide distribution, means there is lot of variability in the species.
I am aware that Agalia talbotii syn A. littoralis Talb. has been merged with Agalia elaeagnoidea in most publications and it’s quite true that there’s a huge amount of variation in the species. Some specimens of Aglaia elaeagnoidea seen in northern Karnataka are very large trees.
190717 BHAR1 : 19 posts by 6 authors. Attachments (3) – 1 Mb each
I found in Kolli Hills in Eastern ghats of southern India. Locally they called the fruit Kan muzhi or muli fruit (as it resembles eye with black seed covered with white transparent flesh)
Any Diospyros sps.
Thanks for your reply. Nice try.
I used to eat persimmon fruit in UK.
But it was not like a persimmon fruit.
It was like Litchi fruit with black seed covered with a transparent white flesh.
It resembled like a Human eye, so in Tamil it was Kan Muli fruit.
The flora of kolli hills (On Eastern Ghats) is endemic I believe and yet to to be added to Database.But local people have known their use and given it a name based on their structures.
If it was not added to the Binomial nomenclature let’s keep your name or mine to it.
Simarouba glauca ? please check
Looking at the description provided by you it could be Pouteria caimito; Sapotaceae.
No. Flowering season was over and fruiting started. I could not able to get any flowers.
Its a hill station and I visited as a tourist.
I will visit again and pass to you(not in the near future).
The seed was round and black. (But your Pouteria caimito had elongated seeds)
Size of seed is around Marble (Pouteria caimito – the size is 20 times bigger than the original fruit)
This appears to be an Aglaia sp. [Meliaceae]. The photographs, though far from clear, do betray the presence of compound leaves!
I had taken it inside a forest. (Eastern Ghats, Kolli hills)
But, It was in a good height although I collected the fruits and seeds to germinate at my local place it did not work.
I ever never thought it would have local name and surprised to have a name as Eye (Kan muli in Tamil).
Locals was eating the fruits. Even I tried it. Almost like Litchie.
I should have taken it by having the fruits in my palm.
But you are very smart to find from compound leaves itself.
How did you find it?
when I was searching Aglaia sp. [Meliaceae] I found it to be Lansium domesticum.
Thanks a lot.
Lansium domesticum– Confirmed
I suppose the exotic Lansium parasiticum (syn. L. domesticum) is found in South India only under cultivation. Please check with the native Aglaia elaeagnoidea (A. Juss.) Benth. which has been reported wild from the Eastern Ghats (including Kolli Hills). There are some good photographs from the fruiting phase of this tree in the Digital Flora of Karnataka and in the India Biodiversity Portal.
To me this is Dimocarpus longan (Sapindaceae)
Aglaia elaeagnoidea is quite matching.
My mistake – I confused with Lancium domesticum
What a research!!! Hats off. You had given much details. Thanks for your time.
Aglaia elaeagnoidea is quite matching.
…, Thanks for your information..
Your fruit Dimocarpus longan is similiar, but the flesh is bit more than Aglaia elaeagnoidea.
May be distant relative (Still both belong to different family).
Interestingly both the local people of India and China have given the name as eye fruit.
Human brain works similar.
(The longan (from Cantonese lùhng-ngáahn 龍眼, literally “dragon eye”), is so named because it resembles an eyeball when its fruit is shelled (the black seed shows through the translucent flesh like a pupil/iris). )
31082017BHAR1 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2) – 3 Mb or more.
Found in Yelagiri hills of Eastern Ghats.
28112017BHAR1 – Aglaia species : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)
Both the plants were told Aglaia elaeagnoidea.
1st image taken from Auroville where the tip of the leaves are not acuminate than that of second image.
2nd image was taken in Jawadhu hills of Eastern ghats.
Both produces yellow color fruits.
To me also appear close to images of Aglaia elaeagnoidea at Aglaia sp?
tree for id 120110MK2 – efloraofindia | Google Groups : Attachments (3)
Kindly id this tree found along the river bank. The mature fruits are orange in colour.
Place: Satyamangalan reserve forests
Date: 08 Jan 2010
Pl check it for Aglaia.
Are fruits having sticky sweet juice?
The leaf morphology was useful to me thanks to you for taking the photos of the leaf so minutely. The plant is Aglaia roxburghiana Miq. as the the leaves arranged pinnately, with 4-5 leaflets (rarely 7 or 3), pale green in colour. Reference Bengal Plant By David Prain Volume 1 Page 317.
Attaching more pictures of the tree. Fruits have rusty tomentose surface. Attachments (4)
is it Ghol or Goti in marathi. the fruits are like chikku. Ripe fruits are available in local market in rainy season
Could this be Aglaia elaeagnoidea (Juss.) Benth. of Meliaceae?
Fwd: Species collected from Manipur 3 : 5 posts by 1 author. Attachments (1) – 3 Mb.
I am sending herewith photographs of two species collected from Manipur for identity
To me appears close.
Aglaia elaeagnoidea : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (4)- around 600 kb each.
Found in Jawadhu hills of Eastern ghats.
Unripened green color fruits….
I am … working as an assistant professor
I want to enquire about the plant Aglaia Elaeagnoidea which I need for my PhD work.
if any availability of this plant please let me know
I have this species.
Out of three varieties I have two.
Please let me know what details you need from me….
We have also distribution in Andhra Pradesh,
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Aglaia elaeagnoidea seedlings : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)- 2 MB.
Found in Auroville Botanical Garden.
Sharing the images of Dimocarpus longan:
It looks different from images at Dimocarpus longan
Appears close to Aglaia elaeagnoidea as per images and details herein.
Names of Plants in India :: Aglaia elaeagnoidea (A.Juss.) Benth. : 2 posts by 2 authors.
commonly known as: coastal boodyarra, droopy leaf, Roxburgh’s five-leaved tree of beauty • Bengali: প্রিয়ঙ্গু priyangu • Hindi: प्रियंगु priyangu • Kannada: ಪ್ರಿಯಂಗು priyangu, ತೊಟ್ಟಿಲ ಕಾಯಿ thottila kayi • Malayalam: ചെമ്പുളി cempuli, പുണ്യാവ punyava • Oriya: ବିଶ୍ବକ୍ସେନା biswak-sena, ମାନିନୀ manini, ପ୍ରିଯଙ୍ଗୂ priyangu, ସର୍ବଗା sarbaga, ଶ୍ଯାମା syama • Sanskrit: गुन्द्रफला gundraphala, फलिनी phalini, प्रियङ्गु priyangu • Tamil: சொக்கலை cokkalai, கன்னிக்கொம்பு kanni-k-kompu • Telugu: ఎర్రఅందుగ erranduga, కొండందుగ kondanduga, ఎర్రఅడుగు yerradugu • Tulu: ಪುಚ್ಚೆ ಪಜ್ಜೆ pucche pajje, ಪುಚ್ಚೆ ಪಂರ್ದ್ pucche parandu
botanical names: Aglaia elaeagnoidea (A.Juss.) Benth. … synonyms: Aglaia roxburghiana (Wight & Arn.) Miq. • Aglaia talbotii Sundararagh. • Milnea roxburghiana Wight & Arn. • Nemedra elaeagnoidea A.Juss. … more status at The Plants List (2013). Version 1.1.
Roxburgh’s five-leaved tree of beauty
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ಪುಚ್ಚೆ ಪಜ್ಜೆ pucche pajje
ಪುಚ್ಚೆ ಪಂರ್ದ್ pucche parandu
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Names compiled / updated at https://dineshvalke.blogspot.com/2020/11/aglaia-elaeagnoidea-ajuss-benth.html
ID 08 KANNUR: 2 images.
looks like a member of meliaceae
Mostly Aglaia elaeagnoidea
Check for Aglaia elaeagnoidea
Looks close Aglaia elaeagnoidea (A.Juss.) Benth.
Aglaia elaeagnoidea: 1 high res. image.
Please post the pictures of vegetative characters and inflorescence.
Aglaia elaeagnoidea seedling: 1 high res. image.
Aglaia elaeagnoidea var. elaeagnoidea seedling.
Seed collected from Puthupat sacred grove, East coast road near Puducherry, TN. July.
Do the fruits belong to the same tree?
The flower and fruit specimens are of two trees of the same kind growing in two location, and the flowering tree haven’t bearing fruits at that time, but the land owner saw the fruit and seed images and confirmed it as same kind.
Then fruits are of some other species.
Yes, the flowers are very close to Aglaia, so one more visit to be needed,
Fruit and habit look like that of Rourea sp. The flowers look different.
I also think so that’s are of two kinds, leaves of fruiting tree also odd pinnate, but have some difference, it is at very height.
Thanks, I’ll check them out.
ID KZD 01/06/10/23: 2 images.
I earlier thought of
https://efloraofindia.com/2011/02/05/anacardiaceae/, but could not find any match.
Check with Aglalia eleagnoidea
Close but leaves look a bit different as per images at
The species has variable leaves. I know this plant as Aglaia littoralis Talbot syn. Aglaia elaeagnoidea