Psychotria dalzellii Hook.f., Fl. Brit. India 3: 163 1880. (Syn: Psychotria bracteata Wight & Arn. [Illegitimate]; Uragoga dalzellii (Hook.f.) Kuntze);
S. India as per WCSP;
sy-KO-tree-uh — life, referring to medicinal qualities of some species
¿ del-ZEL-ee-eye ? — named for N. A. Dalzell, collaborator with Gibson, of Bombay Flora
commonly known as: Dalzell’s psychotria
Endemic to: central Western Ghats
Rubiaceae Week :: Psychotria dalzellii in Mollem National Park:
Oct 16, 2011 … Mollem National Park, South Goa
Yes …, nice one.
Nice set of pictures!
Psychotria dalzelli Hook, Fam: Rubiaceae,
a taller shrub when compare with the associated Psychotria species (P. flavida talb.), leaf blade more shining and dark green, peduncle white;
observed in the shady forest floor
Place : Dharmasthala (Karnataka)
a local person with us called it ghanera
which is the common name for nothapodytes nimmoniana
but it does not look like nothapodytes nimmoniana to me
also they flower at the end of monsoons
would very much appreciate an id
I think it is a species of Psychotria in Rubiaceae
It looks like Psychotria dalzellii.
This tree was seen in Mahabalaeswar at a height of about 1350 m or 4,500 ft in the second week of march.