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Tree for ID : Oman : 140213 : AK-1: Saw this large tree in one of the farms here on 25/1/2013.
It looked like the Neem tree from far, but leaves were slightly different.
No fruits or flowers seen. Tree was spreading out.

Kindly id.


Check for any species of Amoora of Meliaceae, prepferably, Amoora rohituka (Roxb.) Wight & Arn.

(as this species is often planted in gardens for their fragrant spikes and beautifull arillate fruits)


Thanks for a possible id. Amoora rohituka leaves are much different and larger. I have photographed it at Jijamata Udyan in Mumbai. These leaves were similar to Neem, but with slight variation. Could be from Meliaceae.


Check with Lannea grandis


Yes, possible as per images at Lannea coromandelica


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A small tree seen last month.

Probably a young one.
Kindly help in id.
Just a guess….Meliaceae?

Soymida febrifuga


Can this also be Lannea coromandelica as per images and details herein and as per discussions at Tree for ID : Oman : 140213 : AK-1


Thinking different from Lannea …, 

We can’t finalize with this information, need more…….,

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