Areca triandra Roxb. ex Buch.-Ham., Mem. Wern. Nat. Hist. Soc. 5: 310 1826. (Syn: Areca aliceae W.Hill ex F.Muell.; Areca borneensis Becc.; Areca laxa Buch.-Ham.; Areca nagensis Griff.; Areca polystachya (Miq.) H.Wendl.; Areca triandra var. bancana Scheff.; Areca triandra var. laxa (Buch.-Ham.) Becc.; Areca triandra var. nagensis (Griff.) Becc.; Nenga nagensis (Griff.) Scheff.; Ptychosperma polystachyum Miq.);
Assam to W. & C. Malesia as per WCSP;
Assam to W. & Central Malesia: Andaman Is., Assam, Bangladesh, Borneo, Cambodia, Laos, Malaya, Myanmar, Nicobar Is., Philippines, Sumatera, Thailand, Vietnam; Introduced into: China South-Central, China Southeast, Panamá, Trinidad-Tobago as per POWO;
Areca triandra Roxb. ex Buch.-Ham from Barapani, Meghalaya KD 08 Oct. : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (4).
Attached images are Areca triandra Roxb. ex Buch.-Ham from Experimental garden, Barapani, Meghalaya.
Also found in Assam.
Location: Experimental garden, Barapani, Meghalaya
Family : Arecaceae
Genus & species : Areca triandra Roxb. ex Buch.-Ham
Re: Palm from Kochi,Kerala : 3 posts by 2 authors. 3 images.
This palm is grown by my friend at Kochi, Kerala
Please help me to identify it
Thank you. I think it is Areca triandra.
Fl. Andaman_Areca triandra_RKC_03_07012013: No image is seen now.
Perhaps this is not clustered as I thought initially and in that case it seems to be Areca catechu L.
fruits seem to be supuri
Somehow I have a feeling that it doesn’t look the exact SUPURI I see around. At the same time it is also true that since SUPURI is very common I have never observed their features. I was thinking if it can be some other Areca.
Areca species in efi so far.
I think first picture is different.
First one a Dyspsis, other three Areca
It seems the first image is an ornamental palm, remaining all are Areca catechu
Yes, the first pic is different from the rest. I thank you all for ID help.
Barring the first picture (P1110355.jpg) this species is Areca macrocalyx Zipp. ex Blume.
A correction – fruiting pattern suggests it is Areca tetrandra Roxb. ex Buch.-Ham.