Eugenia roxburghii DC., Prodr. 3: 271 1828. (Syn: Eugenia bracteata (Willd.) Raeusch. ex DC. [Illegitimate]; Eugenia bracteata var. fasciculata (Wall. ex Blume) Duthie; Eugenia bracteata var. roxburghii (DC.) Duthie; Eugenia fasciculata Wall. ex Blume; Eugenia heynei Rathakr. & N.C.Nair; Eugenia macrosepala Duthie; Eugenia rothii Panigrahi [Illegitimate]; Eugenia rothii var. fasciculata (Duthie) H.B.Naithani; Eugenia willdenowii Wight [Illegitimate]; Eugenia zeylanica Roxb. [Illegitimate]; Myrtus bracteata Willd.; Myrtus coromandelina J.König ex Roxb. [Invalid]; Myrtus heynei Spreng. [Illegitimate]; Myrtus latifolia B.Heyne ex Roth; Myrtus littoralis Roxb. ex Wight & Arn.; Myrtus quadripartita Royen ex Blume; Myrtus ruscifolia Willd.; Syzygium bracteatum (Willd.) Raizada; Syzygium latifolium Blanco [Illegitimate]; Syzygium ruscifolium (Willd.) Santapau & Wagh);
yoo-JEE-nee-uh — named for Prince Eugene of Savoy, Austrian general
commonly known as: Roxburgh’s cherry
India, Thailand, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Myanmar [Burma] (Ayeyarwady, Taninthayi),
Pakistan (introduced), Bangladesh as per Catalogue of Life;
30012013 BRS 448: 3 images.
Pl. find the attached file contain photos for id. confirmation.
Location: Alambarai Port
Date: 30.01.2013, Kangipuram Dist.,
Habitat: River Bank
Some species of Syzygium i guess
This looks more like a species of Capparis to me.
Could be a species of Eugenia (E.braziliensis ?).
Eugenia bracteata, I think.
I second …
Myrcia bracteata (Rich.) DC. is the accepted name, Eugenia bracteata Rich. is a Synonym. (Ref: ThePlantList)
I am confused with the correct name as Flora of Eastern Ghats: Hill Ranges of South East India – Volume 3 – Page 38 mentions only Eugenia bracteata (Willd.) Roxb. ex DC. Prodr. 3: 264. 1828; FBI 2: 50. 1879 …, which matches with only Eugenia bracteata (Willd.) Raeusch. ex DC. [Illegitimate] in publication details of Prodr. 3: 264. 1828 (which is considered as a syn. of Eugenia roxburghii DC.) as per the following names in the Plant List:
In view, the accepted name may pl. be clarified.
Crassulaceae, Combretaceae and Myrtaceae Fortnight:Eugenia bracteata BRS DEC 03 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (4).
Sharing the images of Eugenia bracteata from Chennai.
synonym of Syzygium bracteatum Raizada called java plummyrtaceae
Fwd: Your Eugenia reinwardtiana images. : 2 posts by 2 authors.
Pl find attached the images of Eugenia reinwardtiana as requested by you.
Thanks, …, The following does not show any distribution in India for Eugenia reinwardtiana:
To me your images look similar to those at Eugenia roxburghii & with distribution in India and observations in Tamilnadu.
Yes these images looks similar to E.roxburghii only; the fruit is similar to E. roxburghii; this plant is quiet common in shores around Chennai
The specimen of E roxburghii found in FOI do not match with my specimen. The young branch is ferruginous in my specimen and the fruits are reddish (not deep orange)
Does Eugenia reinwardtiana has any distribution in Tamilnadu floras?
You may check with images in efi site.
Based on these 2 variable characters (these characters can be affected by environmental factors) we can not judge ; E.reinwarditiana is a cultivated in some areas; if the specimen is collected from wild it is E.roxburghii only
Syzygium bracteatum : 7 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (4)- 1 Mb each.
Found in Auroville Botanical garden this summer (1.5.19).
great color. are they sweet? are you going to try and sprout them? if successful, can we see the seedlings ?
No, I can’t. It’s not working…
They’re sweet, sour, bitter.
They taste like S cumini even the leaves..
Oh! i wonder how do they sprout in nature. what birds or animals are known to eat it?sprouting may be helped by : may be abrasion? may be going thru the gut of birds or animals? or the micribiome of dung helps? just questions, i dont know answers. may be we have someone here who will know? …?
Eugenia/Syzygium sp. cultivated in Chennai : 7 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (7)
Found in a nursery. It tastes different from E roxburghii (E bracteata). Any other species than E roxburghii?
I have seen E roxburghii in plenty in East coast road near Pondicherry. I tasted both the leaves and fruits. The species
in nursery tastes different. Apart from that I know E roxburghii in Auroville Botanical Garden. Although it’s cultivated it tastes same as it’s natural habitat.
The shape of fruits also differs.
Looks like Eugenia roxburghii
Eugenia roxburghii : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (1)- 1 mb.
Eugenia roxburghii DC.(MYRTACEAE)
Photo from Edible Fruit Conservatory of JNTBGRI, Palode